Our work has won consistent international acclaim and is part of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s permanent collection, the Denver Art Museum and the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University. In its 50th Anniversary issue, Communication Arts cited Rigsby Hull as one of the most influential American design firms of the past half century. 

Articles & Profiles

AIGA Design Archives
AIGA Design archives is one of the richest online resources available to those who practice, study and appreciate great design.

It represents AIGA's annual juried exhibitions, which define American design from 1924 to the present. The collection is housed at the Denver Art Museum and in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University. 
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Graphis Profile, Issue No. 313
The International Journal of Art and Design profiles Lana Rigsby in an issue with painter Chuck Close, musician/artist David Byrne, and designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wallin Washington, D.C. Maya Lin.
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A Century of Design Milestones
New York Times' Steven Heller cites Rigsby's influential work for The Earth Technology Corporation in Graphic Design Timeline: A Century of Design Milestones.

401 Design Meditations: Wisdom, Insights and Intriguing Thoughts from 244 Leading Designers
Lana Rigsby gets Zen in the thoughtful in 401 Design Meditations: Wisdom, Insights and Intriguing Thoughts from 244 Leading Designers.

Step Profile
Step Magazine's Nancy Bernard juxtaposes two Rigsby Hull clients in unrelated industries.
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Step 100
Rigsby Hull's work for Diamond Offshore and Carol Piper Rugs is featured in Step Magazine's Top 100.
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Inside the Business of Graphic Design
In Inside the Business of Graphic Design 60 leaders share secrets of success to anyone contemplating... well, the business of graphic design.

Critique: My Best, My Worst
Critique, The Magazine of Design Thinking, asked Lana Rigsby to tell all in an article entitled "My Best, My Worst."
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Graphic Annual Report 7
Graphis interviews TR Reid about Dell Computer's collaborations with Rigsby Hull during the halcyon 1990s.
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Communication Arts Profile
Design's go-to professional magazine profiles Rigsby Design in its early years.
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Lana Rigsby
Founder & Creative Director

As president and creative director for Rigsby Hull, Lana Rigsby has been honored internationally for design that pairs verbal intelligence with restrained, elegant expression. An outspoken thinker and practitioner in the field of communications, Lana has authored publications, chaired conferences, and lectured for universities and institutions throughout the country. She has served as a judge for many international design competitions and exhibitions, is a founding member of the AIGA’ Texas Chapter and has served as National Director for the American Institute of Graphic Arts.

Thomas Hull

A passion for clear communication and sophisticated typography are hallmarks of Thomas’ work, which has been exhibited in such forums as Communication Arts, The American Institute of Graphic Arts Annual, ID Magazine and The Type Directors Club. Thomas is active in the design community and he teaches and lectures for organizations and universities around the country. He is a board member of the AIGA, Houston and The Printing Museum; he recently was part of the curatorial panel for the AIGA-sponsored retrospective of Texas design, The Texas Show.

Getting In Touch

Portfolio Reviews
We love to see new work. If you're a photographer, illustrator or paper rep we'd like to see what you have. It needs to be short. It's gotta be great. Give us a call and we'll work something out when we can. 

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New Business Inquiries
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Employment Opportunities
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