Bob Aufuldish

Bob Aufuldish founded Aufuldish & Warinner with Kathy Warinner in 1990 and has taught at the college since 1991.

With A&W, Bob has designed diverse projects for clients such as Adobe Systems, Advent Software, American Institute of Architects, Center for Creative Photography, Chronicle Books, Denver Art Museum, Emigre, the Logan Collection Vail, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the State Compensation Insurance Fund.

His digital type foundry, fontBoy, was launched in 1995 to manufacture and distribute his fonts.

He has participated in a number of exhibitions, including Icons: Magnets of Meaning at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and has lectured across the United States.

His work has been included in competitions and publications sponsored by the American Association of Museums, the American Center for Design, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Communication Arts, Critique, DesignNet (Korea), dpi (Taiwan), Graphis, How, I.D., Idea, the New York Type Directors' Club, and Print, among others.

Professor, Graphic Design

BFA, MFA, Kent State University