Graziela Preiser

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Graziela Preiser is a pattern and textile designer who is well known in Germany for her 1970s designs.

Born in Germany she was educated at the Werkkunstschule Hannover, now called Akademie der bildenden Künste

For the majority of her career she worked as a creative director, graphic designer and illustrator. Alongside her work for several lifestyle magazines she is best known for her print and textile designs of the 1970s. She gained an international audience through exposure in the magazine Brigitte.

By 1973, the name Graziela had become synonymous with her style. Typical of her creations are cheerful colours[1] and a clear, timeless graphic design which was hugely popular in the 1970s.[2]

In 2008 she founded the company byGraziela to relaunch her 1970s designs.[3]


  1. ^ "Examples of Graziela's designs".
  2. ^ "Blogger".
  3. ^ Zeitung, Badische. "IST JA 'N DING - Ist ja ein Ding - Badische Zeitung".

External links

  • Graziela Preisers Website
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