Richard B. Doubleday
Richard B. Doubleday, MFA
Graphic Design in London
Richard B. Doubleday, Assistant Professor of Art in the Department of Graphic Design, Boston University College of Fine Arts, taught the Graphic Design in Britain class. His awards and honors include a Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship, three Boston University Grants for Undergraduate Teaching and Scholarship (GUTS), and a visiting fellowship at Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London. Richard has exhibited his poster designs at many international events and competitions, including the International Poster Triennial in Toyama, Japan; the Lahti International Poster Biennial and solo exhibitions at the Rafael Landivar University, Guatemala, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City and the School of Arts, Soochow University, China. Richard has lectured and led courses and workshops in London, Japan, Mexico, and China, including, recently, at the Nanjing Arts Institute.
Richard is principal of Richard Doubleday Design. He is a former graphic designer for Rothman Partners, Inc. Architects and Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Richard is a contributing author for Phaidon Archive of Graphic Design (Phaidon, London 2012), Typo-Graphics: Hideki Nakajima (Seibundo Shinkosha, Tokyo 2008), and the 4th and 5th editions of Meggs’ History of Graphic Design (John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey 2006, 2011). Has published articles in leading professional periodicals, including Baseline, IDEA, A! DISEÑO, Design & Packaging China, IdN, 2+3D, Print, NOVUM, Neshan, Shift Ezine, Revista abcDesign, Typo Prague, and Australian Creative. His work has been published in several publications, including The Poster: 1,000 Posters from Toulouse-Lautrec to Sagmeister (Abrams, New York 2010), and The Sourcebook of Contemporary Graphic Design (HarperCollins, New York 2009). Richard was a guest juror at the Tokyo Type Directors Club Annual Awards and a contributing writer for the Tokyo TDC Vol. 20: The Best in International Typography & Design (Transart, Tokyo 2009). He is a former board member, College of Fine Arts Alumni Association and is a member of the Society of Printers in Boston.