Roger Huyssen

Roger Huyssen was born in Los Angeles and graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara and did graduate work at Art Center College of Design. During his twenty-five year career as an artist in New York, Huyssen's work has appeared in all forms of visual communication. His unique style and expressive concepts have been seen on movie posters, national advertising campaigns, and magazines, including over twenty Time magazine covers, several of which are now part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. Commercial clients include most major corporations such as IBM, AT&T, Kodak, Coca-Cola and all major TV networks and movie studios. Some of the movie poster work was created for Jim Henson's Muppet movies, several of Clint Eastwood's films and the original Star Trek movie. He has done creative character development and package designs for M&M / Mars, General Foods and the consumer software industry. Published entertainment and sports posters include Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Breeder's Cup, Society of Illustrators Golden Anniversary, Universal Studio's Island of Adventure, as well as the theme art for Super Bowl XXVII, and XXVIII for the NFL. Roger Huyssen currently works digitally and sometimes collaborates with lettering designer Gerard Huerta as 2H Studio in Southport, Connecticut.