DAM 50 Art & Design / 01: Herman Dyal
Just prior to joining Page as co-leader of the firm's new Branding & Graphics consulting service, Herman Dyal was named as the most significant individual in the Austin art and design community. DAM (Downtown Austin Magazine) recently published the 50 most influential Austinites from various industries who have impacted the city's lifestyle and landscape, particularly in the downtown area.
Herman was lauded for leading a "creative explosion" in which newcomers and natives alike are solidifying the city's aesthetic with both regional and international styles. Almost a decade ago, he helped introduce Austin to Pecha Kucha Night, a Tokyo-based international program that regularly presents emerging and mature architects, designers, artists, musicians and others to a loyal following.
Since the local chapter’s founding, thousands of people have transcended traditional professional cliques to interact in a stimulating public discourse about design, creativity, and ideas. Virtually all of them have seen Herman's work for high-profile entities such as the University of Texas at Austin, the Blanton Museum of Art, Gibson Flats, the Harry Ransom Center, the headquarters for the Livestrong Foundation and many more projects.
To view the page about Herman and his accomplishments in the issue of DAM No 004, click here. Congratulations, Herman!
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