Stefan G. Bucher

Stefan G. Bucher

Stefan G. Bucher

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Stefan G. Bucher has created album artwork for Capitol Records, DreamWorks Records, Interscope/Geffen/A&M, Warner Bros Records and Maverick Recording Co., as well as for independent labels including Quango, TVT Records, Burst Records, Electric Monkey Records, CyberOctave, and Gramercy Nightingale Music. He spent five years designing the graphics for KCRW DJ Jason Bentley’s club night, bossa:nova.

His design credit appears on albums for Sting, Whitney Houston, and the soundtracks for “The Matrix” and “Minority Report.” He designed the titles for the films “The Fall,” “Immortals” and “Mirror Mirror” by director Tarsem.

He is the author of seven books, including the best-selling “344 Questions—The Creative Person’s Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival, and Artistic Fulfillment.” He has created designs and illustrations for David Hockney, Judd Apatow, and The New York Times. He is an ADC Young Gun and has won a D&AD Yellow Pencil.

He designed the Blue Man Theater in Las Vegas, gave life to the Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti, and turned singer/songwriter Wesley Stace into an animated character. His new book “Stefan G. Bucher’s LETTERHEADS: An Eccentric Alphabet” will hit bookstores in November. You can see his work at


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