About Phillip Collier Designs
Phillip Collier Designs Inc. is a New Orleans graphic design studio that was established by Phillip Collier in 1990. The firm specializes in advertising, branding and print projects for tourism, hotels, restaurants, museums, education and industry.
Local clients include Arthur Roger Gallery, The Hotel Monteleone, The Bienville House Hotel New Orleans, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Mignon Faget, The National World War II Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation, Harbor Docks Restaurant in Destin, FL, University of Mississippi Press, University of New Orleans and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. National clients have included the Palmer House Hotel (Chicago), Waldorf Astoria (New York), House of Blues, CBS Sports, and Sprint.
Phillip Collier earned a B.F.A. in visual design from Auburn University in 1971. Collier has won many local, regional and national design awards and was selected to create the official poster for the 1980 Jazz and Heritage Festival, which was chosen for the cover of the Library of Congress Quarterly magazine and was included in the Library of Congress’ 100-year Retrospective on the history of post- ers in Washington, D.C.
His book, Phillip Collier’s Missing New Orleans was at the printer in New Orleans when hurricane Katrina struck on August 29, 2005. The book, published by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, was still miraculously printed in the storm-ravaged city just three months after the hurricane. Phillip’s second book, Mixing New Orleans: Cocktails and Legends, was published in 2007.
Arts Council of New Orleans
Audubon Zoo, New Orleans
Aquarium of the Americas
New Orleans Bienville House Hotel
CBS Sports Radio
Contemporary Arts Center
New Orleans Delta Queen Stamboat Co.
New Orleans Entergy Corporation
Harbor Docks Restaurant, Destin
Florida Hibernia National Bank
New Orleans House of Blues
International Paper Company
LSU Medical Center
New Orleans Louisiana Children’s Museum
Mississippi Power Company
National World War II Museum
New Orleans Hilton
New Orleans Museum of Art
New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Corporation
New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Palmer House Hotel
Chicago Suntory Corporation
South Central Bell
University of New Orleans
Waldorf Astoria, New York
Whitney National Bank
New Orleans Windsor Court Hotel