2011 UCDA Member Print


2011 UCDA Member Print
2011 UCDA Member Print taken by Julius Friedman All Rights Reserved.
Julius Friedman is a graphic designer, photo- grapher, artist and owner of the design rm Images, specializing in cultural, nonpro t, and corporate design. He co-owns Chapman Friedman Gallery, which represents contemporary regional, national, and international artists.

His work has been featured in the following nearly every design and photography periodicals and publications including Communication Art; Print; HOW; Graphis; Photo Design; Kodak’s International Photography Magazine; Nikon World; American Photography; and B&W Photo Magazine. Public Works, a book of posters by Julius Friedman and Nathan Felde, was published in 1980 by Hawley Cooke and Orr. Images and Ideas: Julius Friedman, a 256-page book, was published in 2008 by Butler Books.

Friedman was selected by the Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan to create work for inclusion in an exhibition of 100 posters advocating peace. Charles Michael Helmken of the Washington DC Shoshin Society chose Friedman as one of 100 American and Korean artists to create a poster for the book Images for Survival to further the understanding and prevention of AIDS. Friedman’s works are included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art; the National Gallery of Art; the National Museum of Poster Art; the Dansk Plakamuseum; the Brown-Forman Corporation; 21C museum, and the Marriott Hotel Corporation. They also are held in the Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library at the University of Louisville. In 2004 he was the recipient of the Kentucky Governor’s Award in the Arts for Business.