Principal, Carin Goldberg Design
Carin Goldberg was
born in New York City and studied at the Cooper Union School
of Art. She began her
career as a staff designer at CBS Television, CBS Records and Atlantic
Records before establishing her own firm, Carin Goldberg Design,
Over the following two decades Carin designed hundreds of book jackets for all
the major American publishing houses, including Simon & Schuster, Random
House, Alfred A. Knopf, Farrar Straus & Giroux, Harper Collins, Doubleday
and Hyperion, and dozens of album covers for record labels such as Warner Bros.,
Motown, Nonesuch, Interscope and EMI. The breadth of her work covers artists
as Kurt Vonnegut and Susan Sontag, Dvorák and Madonna. Her
book jacket for
the 1986 reissue of James Joyce’s "Ulysses" has
icon of postmodern design.
In recent years her image making has expanded to publication design and brand
consulting for clients including AR and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
2003 to 2004 she was Creative Director at Time Inc. Custom Publishing,
she designed and consulted on publications for the New York Stock
Citigroup and Gallup. Her recent projects include design
of the book "Last Letters
Home: Voices of Americans from the Battlefields of
Iraq" (Life Books, 2005) based
on the HBO documentary.