Barbara Bestor Archive

Celebrating A Life in Color: Deborah Sussman

By: Rose Apodaca

Fearless strokes of vermilion, turquoise, fuchsia and ochre flushed the visual identities of everything Deborah Sussman realized during her 60-plus years of creative output—from fashion brands to the 1984 Olympics—and both the entities she defined with her joyful strain of supergraphics and those of us who experienced it were transformed for the better for it. […]

You’re Invited! Deborah Sussman Opening

By: Rose Apodaca

Mark your calendar and get ready to clean your palette of all the holiday tinsel: the landmark Deborah Sussman retrospective at Woodbury University’s WuHo Gallery finally opens this Thursday, December 12 at 6 p.m. See you there. Follow the installation and updates here.

Help Us Love Deborah Sussman Love L.A.

By: Rose Apodaca

A splash of green is needed, and fast, to paint a full picture of one of the most influential American graphic artists, Deborah Sussman. Called the queen of color, Deborah’s joyfully vibrant supergraphics and visual vocabulary (a standout is the program she designed for the 1984 Olympics), have created a graphic lexicon that continues to […]