On the surface, the talent shortage seems like a simple fact of life.
In the US, there are just over 13.7 million computer science graduates, according to the College Board.
This number doesn’t include the thousands of students who have dropped out of school, or the hundreds of thousands who have simply given up altogether.
But when it comes to graphic design, it’s not so simple.
In fact, many of the designers who have gone on to achieve success have a lot in common.
Below are 15 of the most talented graphic design graduates we know about.1.
Robert Paine In 1973, Robert P, a graphic designer at the time, created the first logo for a clothing brand.
Paine would go on to create the iconic “Crazy Credits” for a variety of companies, including Nike, Coca-Cola, and McDonald’s.
Pane, who went on to work at the Walt Disney Company, is a designer and entrepreneur who now lives in New York City.
Pile, the company behind the infamous “Candy Crush” craze, is now one of the largest companies in the world.
Piles creative talents have shown in his work with the likes of Disney, and other corporations, including Pepsi, Apple, and Sony.
Pines most memorable design moment involved a shirt for a film called “Cars” that featured a robot named Bambi, played by Michael Caine.
In a recent interview with Business Insider, Paine said that he is still fascinated by cars.
“It’s such an exciting concept,” he said.
“We always thought that Bambie would be one of our own.
I think that the first time I ever saw a car I was like, Oh my god.
The first time they ever got a car that was really cool.
I was blown away by that.
The second time I saw it was in the movie, and it’s just like a dream.”
Paine has also worked with designers like the graphic designer and director Robyn Lefferts.
In 2012, Piles most memorable work was for the Disney film Frozen, which featured a design for a car.
Disney’s marketing team created a cartoon version of the car and featured it on the back of a shirt with the words “Carnival of the Frozen People.”
Piles design also inspired a book, “The Frozen Queen,” that was published in 2017.
In it, he describes a time when he had to work on a “frozen” theme park ride, which would become one of his signature projects.
He explained, “I started to think, What do I want to be when I’m older?
I want a Disney theme park.
I want an amazing experience.
I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or not, but I wanted that experience.
So I thought, I’ve gotta do it.”2.
Matt M. Smith Matt M. has a long list of accomplishments.
In 2010, he became the youngest person to work for a major fashion brand when he helped design the logo for Adidas.
M. also created the iconic logo for Pepsi.
After his stint with Adidas, M. worked on the Nike Air Force 1 and Nike Air Max 1.
His last work with Nike was in 2016, when the company partnered with a Brazilian sports agency.
M has also collaborated with Nike, and has done work for the brand.
M’s most recent projects include a line of underwear for Under Armour, and a line for Under Armor called “Unicorn.”3.
Daniel V. Schreiber Daniel V. has had a career in graphic design that spans the entire range of the graphic design field.
He has worked on several brands, including American Apparel, and the design of the Nike Zoom logo.
He’s worked on logos for companies including the Gap, Gap Kids, Gap, and Nike.
He currently designs for the company’s footwear line.
Schreed, a senior designer at Nike, has also been on the cover of Fortune, and was named the most influential person in America by Forbes magazine.
He recently created a design called “The Black Swan,” a logo for the airline Airline Shuttle.4. Ben Bixby Ben Bix by now is well known for his work in design.
He is a graphic design designer, illustrator, and artist who has worked for several major brands.
Bix has worked as a design consultant for Disney, Gap and Gap Kids.
His work includes the iconic Nike Zoom and Nike Hyperlite shoes.
He also helped design a logo and logo font for Nike’s brand.
His latest work, “Aerobee,” is the third-most-loved Nike design of all time.
His most memorable creative moment was the “Aerosmith” video.
In an interview with Fortune, Bix said that when he was designing the Nike Hyperlace, he was inspired by a classic song called “Blackbird.”
“That song is a great song, and