Dan Pecci is an award-winning artist, illustrator, graphic designer, writer, and theatermaker who lives and works in Boston on historic Beacon Hill.
A graduate of Harvard College and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Dan founded the Boston-based theater and fashion collective Street Corner Society and is the principal artist, designer, and illustrator for The Dan Pecci Company: purveyor of culturally appropriate gifts, boutique apparel, and unique décor as well as full-service graphic design studio. He has been described as “the Prince of prints” in addition to “the Hunter S. Thompson of domestic wares” not to mention “the rebel version of Versace” and frequently works with renowned universities, nonprofit institutions, entertainment production companies, and retail establishments on branding identities, advertising campaigns, custom merchandising, and artistic direction.
Dan’s art and design work has been enjoyed internationally in print, web, and on television by way of clients in Cambridge, New York, Los Angeles, and abroad; featured on WCVB’s Chronicle as part of its “Shop Local” episode; named “Best of Boston” in Style & Fashion by EDGE Media Network; seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon; showcased in Cloth Paper Scissors magazine; discussed on the brick and mortar podcast Keeping Shop during its “Retail as Performance” episode; selected for auction by ARTCetera to benefit AIDS Action Committee; recognized by The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA); and donned by celebrities, luminaries, and influencers in the worlds of television, theater, and film.
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