Craig Welsh // 01.11.18
Welsh has received recognition for his work from Fast Company, Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, One Show, Cannes Lions, Communication Arts, D&AD, etc. He has had work exhibited in more than fifteen countries and has been a featured speaker at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. His research and revival design of the Lustig Elements font was pantograph cut as wood type at Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum.
Educated as an architect while earning a BS Architecture degree from Penn State University, Welsh later earned his MA Advertising Design degree from Syracuse University and MFA Graphic Design degree from Marywood University. In addition to his studio work, he is currently an associate professor of communications at Penn State Harrisburg and a visiting instructor of design strategy at Marywood University.