Gerard Huerta’s life as a designer has been incredible. After graduating he began his career at CBS Records, creating artwork and logos for numerous well-known musicians including Boston, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and many, many more.
He then went on to work for himself, where he’s designed the lettering for AC/DC’s High Voltage, and logos for Swiss Army Brands, HBO, Calvin Klein’s Eternity, Pepsi, People, Adweek… the list goes on and on (see more here). On top of this he’s also worked on magazine covers, movie posters, watch dials, fonts and more.
In this episode Ian Paget interviews Gerard Huerta to learn from his experience by discovering his design process when at CBS (which was pre-computers), his approach today, how he’s been able to work with big brands through his career, and more inspiring insights and advice.
Show notes and full transcription can be found here: https://logogeek.uk/podcast/gerard-huerta/
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