Per Beckman, Sweden

AGI member since 1952

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Per Beckman, was an artist, graphic designer and author. He was a teacher at Beckmans College of Design and was its director from 1967–80. He worked side by side with his brother Anders. Per was also a book illustrator in a style that made use of Swedish folklore and humour. As a designer and educator, his contribution to Swedish book and poster design was significant. Unfortunately we could not find any examples of his work.

Per Beckman – brother of Anders Beckman – was an artist, graphic designer and author. He was a teacher at Beckman College of Design and was its director from 1967–80. He worked side by side with his brother Anders and they were admitted to AGI in the same year. Per was also a book illustrator in a style that made use of Swedish folklore and humour. As a designer and educator, his contribution to Swedish book and poster design was significant. Unfortunately we could not find any examples of his work.

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    Per Beckman, Sweden (1952)

    Per Beckman – brother of Anders Beckman – was an artist, graphic designer and author. He was a teacher at Beckman College of Design and was its director from 1967–80. He worked side by si...

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    Per Beckman, Sweden (1952)

      Per Beckman, was an artist, graphic designer and author. He was a teacher at Beckmans College of Design and was its director from 1967–80. He worked side by side with his brother Anders. Per was also a book illustrator in a style that made use of Swedish folklore and humour. As a designer and educator, his contribution to Swedish book and poster design was significant. Unfortunately we could not find any examples of his work.

      Per Beckman – brother of Anders Beckman – was an artist, graphic designer and author. He was a teacher at Beckman College of Design and was its director from 1967–80. He worked side by side with his brother Anders and they were admitted to AGI in the same year. Per was also a book illustrator in a style that made use of Swedish folklore and humour. As a designer and educator, his contribution to Swedish book and poster design was significant. Unfortunately we could not find any examples of his work.