Brett Yasko

Brett Yasko is a graphic designer. He devotes the majority of his time to work with cultural-, community- and arts-related commissions with an emphasis on exhibit and publication design. Clients include Carnegie Museum of Art, Princeton Architectural Press, Vintage Books, Soft Skull Press, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Wood Street Galleries, The Heinz Architectural Center and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. His work has been featured in the exhibits “AIGA 365” and “50 Books, 50 Covers” (both in New York City) and publications and websites including Communication Arts, Print, How, Dwell, The Nation, Metropolis, the New York Times and Design Observer. His self-initiated books are part of the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of Art and the Denver Art Museum as well as the Rare Book and Manuscript Collection at Columbia University.

Yasko is also interested in creating personal, “art-like” projects using the tools and language of graphic design. This work has been shown locally at SPACE, TRAF Gallery, Artist Image Resource and the Mattress Factory. Yasko is part of the adjunct faculty at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design. He holds a B.A. in Communications and Visual Media from The American University in Washington, D.C., and graduated from Portfolio Center in Atlanta, GA, with a concentration in Art Direction.

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