- web site: http://www.kazustudio.com
- contact: David Goldman
- phone: 212.807.6627
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kazushige Nitta graduated from Dokkyo University with a B.A. in economics in 1987 before
coming to the United States and enrolling at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
In the same year,
he won two prestigious awards presented by The New York Society of Illustrators Scholarship Competition,
and The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. In 1992 he was honored with
both the New York Society of Illustrators International Competition Advertising Award and Book Award.
Within months after graduating SVA, Kazu landed his first of several children's book assignments at Simon & Schuster.
A short time later he was called upon to illustrate Dr. Theodore Geisel's first posthumous book
at Random House called "My Many Colored Days".
Along with his work on numerous children's and text books, Kazu also focused on developing conceptual imagery
for clients including:Amdahl, Bank of America, Consumer Reports, Coopers & Lybrand, Crain's N.Y.,
EMI, Kempner, Newsweek, Northwest Airlines, PC World, IBM, Swiss Bank,The Wall St. Journal,
Parsons School of Design, and Columbus Symphony Orchestra.
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