Alan Lidji's career in communications design has spanned more than thirty years as a creative director, designer, writer and teacher. He is a past president of the Dallas Society of Visual Communications and the 2012 recipient of the Golden Egg, the DSVC's highest honor for lifetime achievement in visual communications. His work has been recognized internationally by Communications Arts, Graphis Packaging, The New York Art Directors Club, The Art Directors Club of LA, The Dallas Society of Visual Communications, The Houston Art Directors Club, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Adweek’s “King of the Road“, Print Casebooks and Design in Texas, A Retrospective. His posters are included in the permanent collection of the United States Library of Congress and the Hiroshima Museum of Art. Lidji studied graphic design with acclaimed poster designers John Sorbie and Philip Risbeck at Colorado State University and with Milton Glaser at School of Visual Arts in New York. Lidji has served a
Areas of Expertise
Visual communications planning and design for fashion, jewelry, architecture, restaurants, and professional services.