Craig Butler

Craig Butler graduated from Art Center College of Design at age nineteen, the youngest graduate of the college at the time. After graduating he became an independent graphic designer, designing record company ad campaigns as well as album covers for such recording artists as The Beach Boys, The Byrds and Frank Zappa. He began in advertising with Doyle Dane Bernbach and later co-founded Snyder/Butler Advertising, once again specializing in music. In 1978 he formed Butler, Inc., using his design experience to cover all aspects of the print medium. For fifteen years his client roster included American Isuzu, Vidal Sassoon, Richard Simmons, General Cinema, Eastman Kodak, Max Factor, Century 21, Walt Disney Home Video and ABC Entertainment. Since its inception over twenty years ago, Butler has been the creative director of The Workbook, the largest national sourcebook for creative talent. He is active in the Art Directors Club of Los Angeles and is currently president of the Art Center Alumni.

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