Born in 1957 in Miami Beach, Florida Currently lives in San Francisco, CaliforniaMartin Venezky first gained renown in 1995 for the design of Speakmagazine. With his design firm Appetite Engineers, Venezky continues his dedication to craft, process, and detail while colliding the handmade with the digital. In 1997, he was among I.D.magazine’s “ID40” list of influential designers. SFMOMA has honored Venezky with a solo exhibition, and his monograph, It Is Beautiful...Then Gone,was published by Princeton Architectural Press. Venezky has crafted illustrations for TheNew York Timesand WIRED, and created installations at the Facebook and Adobe campuses in Silicon Valley. Most recently, his book design for the wildly popular Wes Anderson Collectionhas earned him new fans. Since 1993, Venezky has taught at the California College of the Arts, where he is currently Professor in the Graduate Design Program. In 2015, he was inducted into the esteemed Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI).