Eleanor GroschConnect Speaker Series
Eleanor Grosch (now Dalkner) is a contemporary modernist with a big ol' smile. She's known for her simplified, playful illustrations and bold, colorful design work.
Eleanor has always loved drawing animals. Her nature inspired artwork for band posters got her clients like Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Edwin McCain, Elefant, and Dave Matthews Band early on.
Soon after, Keds launched the Eleanor line. This fun line of animal print shoes became a huge success and launched Eleanor's career as a designer and illustrator.
Since then, Eleanor has worked with Alien Workshop, Microsoft, American Museum of Natural History, Giro, Land of Nod, Tinyprints, Apres Velo, The London Guardian, The Philadelphia Free Library, Target, and Starbucks among others.
Eleanor Grosch (now Dalkner) is a contemporary modernist with a big ol' smile. She's known for her simplified, playful illustrations and bold, colorful design work. Join Eleanor as she speaks about her work and career as part of this semester's "CONNECT: The Business of Design and Illustration Speaker Series."
Connect: The Business of Design and Illustration
Thursday, November 13, 2014
1pm to 2pm Skype session
Shields Center for Visual Arts
2300 Adams Avenue,
Scranton, PA 18509
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