Tom Kracauer is a graphic designer and fine art screenprinter in Los Angeles. He currently is on the Signage and Environmental Graphic Design team at Metro (Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority). Most recently, he was the Art Director at Clockshop, an arts not-for-profit that commissions artwork, writing, and performance for the Bowtie Project, a parcel of land along the LA River owned by California State Parks. He received a BA in Art History from Carleton College, and a MFA in Graphic Design from the California Institute of the Arts, where he was the Director of the Print Media Lab Winter/Spring 2015. He was formally the assistant printer at Cirrus Editions in Downtown Los Angeles.
Inquiries regarding design work, custom printing, or screenprinting workshops can be submitted in the form below.
826LAArchimuseBestor ArchitectureBeverly Willis Architecture FoundationCalifornia Institute of the ArtsCalifornia State ParksClockshopChristopher W. Mount GalleryCounterspaceEnvironmental CommunicationsErika VogtJack Jones Literary ArtsLittle Tokyo Service CenterLSD Studio (Louise Sandhaus Design Studio)The Los Angeles Fine Arts SquadLos Angeles Music CenterMachine ProjectMaiden LAMel Chin (for Current:LA)MetroShannon EbnerSussman/Prejza & Co.
Bijan BerahimiClockshopJonathan Chao
Fine Arts Conservation, LLCIshi Glinksy
Clay HicksonDavid Karwan
Karen Kimmel Studio
Los HopperKang Seung Lee
Claire Nereim, Plant PlanetMachine Project
Tyler Matthew Oyer
Cole MossNikeChris PattersonBrian Roettinger
Amanda Ross-HoWomen's Center for Creative WorkRosten Woo
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