Sagi Haviv is a graphic designer and partner at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv. Among his numerous projects for the firm are the logo designs and identity systems for the Library of Congress, the National Parks of New York Harbor, Radio Free Europe, Conservation International, and the fashion brand Armani Exchange.
Haviv designed the award-winning animation “Logomotion,” a ten-minute tribute to the firm’s famous trademarks that was not only the first animated trademark sequence of such scope, but also introduced a new approach to showcasing a firm’s portfolio. He also created the animation for the centerpiece performance at Alicia Keys’s Black Ball, 2009. Haviv’s work for television includes the title sequences for the 2008 Emmy Award-winning PBS documentary series Carrier and the 2010 PBS documentary series Circus.
Haviv joined Chermayeff & Geismar in 2003 after graduating from The Cooper Union School of Art in New York City. He teaches Visual Identity Design at The School of Visual Arts.
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