Founder & Creative Director, Eight and a Half
Talks: Signs of Resistance & Dear Client – In Conversation with Bonnie Siegler
Voted one of the 50 most influential designers working today by GDUSA, Bonnie’s career spans a wide range of influential clients and innovative projects. Most recently, she was the creative director of the Trump parody autobiography You Can’t Spell America Without Me by Alec Baldwin and Kurt Andersen. Other recent clients include The New Yorker, Participant Media, Late Night with Seth Meyers, HBO, Brooklyn Public Library, The Criterion Collection, Random House and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Before Eight and a Half, Bonnie co-founded design studio Number 17 with partner Emily Oberman, during which time she also served as Creative Director of Newsweek after overseeing its complete redesign. Bonnie has taught in the graduate programs at Yale University and the School of Visual Arts, has been a visiting artist and guest lecturer at RISD, and was the 2014 Koopman Distinguished Chair in the Visual Arts at the University of Hartford.