The year of the graphic design was a year of many highs and lows.
There were some really great masters, but others that we’re looking back on and wonder what it was like for them.
How did they do it?
What did they learn?
How do they do this all over again?
The answer to that question is to look at their mastery of their respective areas of expertise.
Here are ten of the best graphic design professionals of 2016.1.
Terence CorcoranTerence CorCoran’s graphic design career has been a long one.
His work on the new Pixar movie Finding Nemo was a major hit with fans of the cartoon and made him a fan favorite among the creative community.
His graphic design work is now in the hands of the Walt Disney Company and it looks like he’s done well for himself.
He’s done a lot of different things for Pixar and he’s definitely making a name for himself as a graphic designer.
In fact, Corcorans career with Pixar has included a number of major animated feature films, but the biggest name among the group is probably his work on Finding Nemoe.2.
James CameronTravis Koman’s first work for Disney was on the 2012 film Avatar.
He then went on to direct the sequel, Avatar 2, which was released in 2015.
His first major work at Disney was for The Muppets, which came out in 2009 and featured his work.
His other projects have included the upcoming animated feature film Thor: Ragnarok and a short film called The Higgs Boson.
He also directed the short film, The Day the Earth Stood Still, which is set to come out later this year.3.
Alex RossRoss is a graphic design expert.
He was a graphic artist on the popular children’s television show The Powerpuff Girls and his graphic design portfolio includes work on various episodes of The Simpsons, Teen Titans Go!, and Family Guy.
Ross has worked on numerous films including the upcoming Avengers film, Iron Man 3, Deadpool, and Justice League.4.
Mark McMullenMark McMullon’s work as a professional graphic designer includes graphic design for Pixar films like Toy Story 4, Monsters University, and Monsters University 2.
He is also a frequent contributor to publications like The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and Vice.5.
John StottJohn Stott is one of the leading designers of the contemporary graphic design.
He has worked as a designer at major companies including Microsoft, Google, and Adobe.
Stott also worked on Disney’s animated feature, Monsters Inc. He and his company, The Stott Group, produced the short story collection, The Unfinished Swan.6.
Tom FordTom Ford is another well-known designer.
His works have appeared in major publications including Time, Newsweek, and Forbes.
He works for Nike, Apple, and even created the iconic logo for his company.7.
Johnathan BroughtonJohn Broughson has worked at major brands such as Nike, Microsoft, and Apple.
His design work has appeared in publications including Vanity Fair, The New York Times, Forbes, and The Wall St Journal.8.
Andrew McArthurAndrew McArthur is one artist whose work has been on many major animated features including Toy Story 3, Finding Nemoo, The Muppet Movie, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
His illustration work has also been featured in a number books.9.
Paul EggertPaul Eggert’s career as a visual effects artist has been the stuff of legends.
His graphics have appeared on many animated features such as Finding Nemueroos Toy Story, Finding Dory, Finding Teddy Bear, The SpongeBob Movie, The Lego Movie, Star Wars Rebels, and the animated series Super Mario Bros. The graphic design he created for Finding Nemoye was the basis for the character, Nemo.10.
Tim LeeTim Lee is a professional artist who has worked in film, television, and game design.
His credits include such projects as The Simpsons Animated Series, Transformers Animated Series and the critically acclaimed television series, Battlestar Galactica.11.
Rob LaughlinRob Laughlin is a veteran of the industry.
He spent five years as a senior producer on the hit ABC series Hawaii Five-O, a show which he said was “like the first big thing in the world.”
He’s worked on several Disney productions including the forthcoming Disney/Pixar feature film Finding Dora.12.
Peter SegalPeter Segal’s career in graphic design began in 2004 when he started working as a junior graphics editor on the first season of The Walking Dead.
He went on in 2005 to create the first full-color, animated feature in television history, The Walking Bird.
Segal continued his graphic work on The Walking Ghost in 2008 and The Walking Tall in 2009.
He began his work as an animator at Disney in 2010.13.
Mark McConaugheyMark McConaughhey is a well-respected graphic