National Diploma, Basel School of Design, Switzerland.
Druckrey received her state diploma in Graphic Design from the Kunstgewerbeschule
Basel, Switzerland in 1965. Her education included studies in art history and
languages at the University of Basel. From 1965 1966 she was a designer
at the Studio Halpern in Zuerich, Switzerland.
She has held teaching appointments at Yale University, the Rhode Island School
of Design, the Philadelphia College of Art, the Kunstgewerbeschule Krefeld,
Germany, and the Kansas City Art Institute.
In addition to teaching full time since 1966, Ms. Druckrey has done free-lance
work for both European and American clients including Scholastic Inc., the
Institute, IBM, New Jersey Transit, the University of Hartford, the Council
on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Pennsylvania,
Yale University, and the Porcelain Manufactory Fuerstenberg, Germany.
Her work has been published in numerous publications including: Graphis,
Industrial Design, Design Quarterly, The 20th Century Poster, The Thames and
of Graphic Design and Designers, Graphic Design-World Views (Icograda), and
is included in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, and the
Museum of Modern Art.
Inge Druckrey's current teaching focuses in the area of letterform design, typedesign,
design fundamentals, and advising for senior degree projects.