Steve Bowden is a veteran design professional with over 15 years experience in design, printing, publishing, typography, woodworking, and sculpture. He maintains a studio practice that produces design, printing, publishing, typography, woodworking, sculpture, installation, branding, packaging, interaction design, and anything that involves the reading of words and images. His clients have included IDEO, MoMA, Miramax, Pennebaker Hegedus Films, WGBH, Cranbrook Art Museum, Phish, Timberland,They Might Be Giants, McGraw‐Hill, Alleged Press, and Medeski, Martin & Wood. He has received various design awards, been featured in numerous publications, and exhibited internationally. After earning his BFA from MECA in 1997, Steve co‐founded the New Media department of Fabrica, Benetton’s research center on communication in 1998 and received his masters degree at Cranbrook Academy in 2005.
● 2013 research residency at the Jan Van Eyck Academy
● Work included in research collection at Werkplatz Typografie
● Work exhibited at SPACE Gallery, Portland Center for Book Arts, Laconia Gallery, and Felissimo Gallery
Steve is the publisher of Broadsheet, a publication that explored designed surroundings and the impact they have on individuals, the public, and the world we live in, while serving as a meeting point for artists, designers, photographers, writers, theorists, and illustrators and their reflections upon and observations of these objects.