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Bonnie Siegler

October 19, Copley Square
Bonnie Siegler is a New York–based graphic designer and founder of the award-winning studio Eight and a Half, which has clients including HBO, Saturday Night Live, and Late Night with Seth Meyers. Before that, she co-founded the design studio Number Seventeen, which created the titles for Will & Grace. Graphic Design USA declared Siegler as one of the fifty most influential designers today, and she was the creative director of the Trump parody memoir, You Can’t Spell America Without Me, in collaboration with Alec Baldwin and Kurt Anderson. Moreover, she is the author of Dear Client, a guidebook on working with creatives. Her most recent release, Signs of Resistance, is a visual history of American protest from the eighteenth century until present day, which the Newark Star-Ledger calls a “crash course in how quintessentially American it is to protest.”