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Graphic designer

David Arthur Robbins, American graphic designer. Recipient show ribbons, Copley Society of Boston, Cambridge Art Association, 1971-1977, Bicentenniel award, Daughters of the American Revolution, Northborough, Massachusetts, 1976, Idea Exchange award, Warren Paper Company, Boston, 1981, '82 '83; winner Poster Design Competition, Boston 200, City of Boston, 1973.


Robbins, David Arthur was born on October 25, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.


Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising Design, Boston University, 1967.


Mechanic artist, Bo Bernstein & Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1967-1968;hardlines illustrated, Zayre Corporation, Natick, Massachusetts, 1970-1972;art supervisor, Association Industries Massachusetts, Boston, 1972-1977;art director, Howard Advertising, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1977-1980;private practice, Northborough, Massachusetts, 1980-1987;art director, Commonwealth Press, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1984-1985;graphics supervisor planning division, Cobb County Cmty. Development Department, Marietta, Georgia, since 1987. Career-day speaker at local schools.


  • Other Work

    • Designer: Magazine Cover, Massachusetts Teachers Association, 1976 (Edpress award 1977), Cover and Logotype, 1978 (Design award 1979), Mag cover & Illustrated, 1979 (Design award 1980), Logotype Letterhead WAAF Radio, 1981 (Strathmore Paper Company award 1982).


Class agent School Fine Arts, Boston University, 1987-1992. Judge anti-drug poster contest Cobb County Middle Schools, 1989-1993. Member Cobb County District Attorney's Anti-Drug Task Force.

1st lieutenant United States Army, 1968-1970, lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserve, 1970-1994. Member National Eagle Scout Association (life), Toastmasters (administrative vice president 1989-1990, president Cobb County 1991, educational vice president 1992, vice president public relations and membership 1993-1994, graduate excel management program 1993, vice president excel alumni association 1993-1994, president 1994-1995, Competent Toastmaster award 1991, Outstanding Toastmaster award 1992), Rotary (secretary 1982-1983).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, public speaking.


S, Max and Selma Freda (Cheinstein) R. Married Marianne Nathan, June 18, 1967. 1 child, Julia Adele.

Marianne Nathan

Julia Adele Robbins