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Mitchell Mauk is Principal of Mauk Design, a San Francisco design firm that specializes in exhibit design and corporate communications, and puts special emphasis on the marketing integration of two- and three-dimensional images. Mitchell Mauk has won multiple gold and silver awards from the IDSA, SEGD and other competitions, and was named Exhibit Designer of the Year by Exhibitor Magazine in 1987. Mauk was the first American designer to have a light design manufactured by the prestigious Italian lighting firm Artemide. His work has been featured in Communication Arts, Interiors & Sources, VM+SD, AXIS, and Graphis, and is in the Permanent Collection of the Library of Congress. He has appeared on television in interviews for CNNfn's "Business Unusual" and San Jose's "Silicon Valley Business."
Mauk is a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. He began his career at Bass/Yeager Associates, followed by BMW Group DesignworksUSA, the southern California industrial design firm. He moved on to Mark Anderson Design in Palo Alto, where he was Senior Art Director and was involved in developing the graphic image of the early Apple computers, as well as corporate identity for Sun Microsystems, Wyse Technology and Herman Miller's Office Pavilion. Mauk founded Mauk Design in 1987.
Current projects include sign design for the New Doha International Airport in Doha Qatar, and exhibition design for McDonald's, NASA, AT&T, Acorda Therapeutics and O.C. Tanner.
Specialties: exhibit design, showroom design, branding and identity, lobby design, event design, signage program design,graphic design, architectural integration.
View more of Mitchell's work at Mauk Design.