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uth Ansel was born in 1938 in upstate New York. With passion for art and design in her early education, Ruth was destined to become an artist. Throughout her childhood Ruth displayed early signs of her talents through her works. She was determined to make something of herself.

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“Designing a magazine is a little like designing a face. No two faces are alike.�-

Ruth Ansel


This Valentine’s Day ... Give the Gift of Peretti

Elsa Peretti's designs for Tiffany & Co. have seduced the world with their fluid lines and sensual forms.


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or Ruth Ansel, the answer is: more legendary work. In the 1970s, she was art director for The New York Times Magazine. In the 1980s, she was art director for House & Garden, Vanity Fair and Vogue. And those prestigious titles were only part of her creative output during those years. She also created film titles for Louis Malle’s cult film, My Dinner with Andre, and designed celebrated editions of Alice in Wonderland and Peter Beard’s The End of the Game. In the early 1990s, she formed her own design studio. She designed such notable books as Dark Odyssey by Phillip Jones Griffiths, The Sixties by Richard Avedon, Women and The White Oak Dance Project by Annie Leibovitz, and a master monograph for Taschen by Peter Beard. She continued to work closely with Richard Avedon and designed significant portfolios of his work for The New Yorker. Her studio has also designed ad campaigns for Versace, Club Monaco, and Karl Lagerfeld. Current projects include a book for photographer Jerry Schatzberg and an extensive monograph on the life and work of jewelry designer Elsa Peretti.

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“Always hire people smarter than you.”

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DONT LET THE SUN SET ON YOUR DESIGN EDUCATION

Robert Morris University Graduate School of Design


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