Paul Sahre



Paul Sahre is a New York–based designer who has worked with everyone from Marvel to Google to The New York Times. He’s an expert cover designer. He’s designed album covers for bands like They Might be Giants, covers for New York magazine, and book covers for authors like Chuck Klosterman. In this episode, Paul talks about his new book, Two Dimensional Man, his love of making stuff, and the importance of once having had his design office, Office of Paul Sahre (OOPS), above a Dunkin’ Donuts in New York City.

Credits

First Things First is produced in partnership with the Association of Registered Graphic Designers. It is hosted by Paddy Harrington and edited by Max Cotter. Frontier’s sponsor music is an edited version of “sketch (rum-portrait)” by Jahzzar from the album Sketches.

This episode features an edited version of “Lick Stick ” by Blue Dot Sessions from the album Nursery; an edited version of “Everybody” by Podington Bear from the album Carefree; and an edited version of “In And Out ” by Podington Bear from the album Daydream.


Related Posts
Information designer Jessica Bellamy

Jessica Bellamy — June 10, 2019

We talk with information designer Jessica Bellamy about how design can be used as a tool to help fight for social justice and the problem with ”askholes.”

Listen
Laura Stein

Laura Stein — May 1, 2019

This episode of First Things First was recorded in October 2018 as part of our Live Magazine project at DesignThinkers in Toronto. The interview is with Sid Lee creative director Laura Stein and was conducted by Frontier Senior Designer Tristan Marantos.

Listen

Grace Hwang — April 18, 2019

Grace Hwang leads Design at Carrot, a technology company that helps people quit smoking. For twelve years, she lead healthcare-focused projects around the world in her role at IDEO, a global innovation consultancy.

Listen

Jessica Hische — March 15, 2019

Jessica Hische is an artist, lettering designer, and author whose clients include Wes Anderson, the US Postal Service, Wired, Starbucks, and others. Her first picture book, Tomorrow I’ll Be Brave, was a New York Times bestseller.

Listen