Stefan G. Bucher
is an American writer, graphic designer and illustrator.
He is the man behind the award-winning California design studio 344 Design and the popular dailymonster.com drawing project. He is the author of seven books, including the best-selling "344 Questions—The Creative Person’s Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival & Artistic Fulfillment.” He is an ADC Young Gun and won a D&AD Yellow Pencil for book design. He designed the titles for the films "The Fall," “Immortals” and “Mirror, Mirror” by director Tarsem, and gave life to the Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti. His art appears on “The Electric Company" on PBS. He designed the Blue Man Theater in Las Vegas, gave life to the Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti, and turned singer/songwriter Wesley Stace into an animated character. For his new book “Stefan G. Bucher’s LetterHeads: An Eccentric Alphabet” he brings his character design into the third dimension.