TOM DOLLE is one of the country’s top visual communications, branding and marketing specialists.
A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Tom ran a NYC design firm for 35 years before moving to Palm Springs, California. He was also an Adjunct Professor in Pratt Institute's Graduate Communications Design department for two decades, where his sought-after classes were the core of the visual language curriculum.
Having worked with a full range of large corporate clients, Tom steered his company’s focus to branding, events marketing, communications and product design. He is currently the Creative Director for Palm Springs-based Destination PSP, a consumer products company with a presence in dozens of museum gift stores and multiple retail locations, and maintains a roster of branding and communications clients across the country. Tom is active in the Palm Springs community, and has contributed his graphic skill to numerous organizations and events, including the Palm Springs International Film Festival, DAP Health, Palm Springs Unified School District, Palm Springs Arts Commission, and Modernism Week. He is an advocate for supporting local designers and community-focused design.
Over the years Tom Dolle Design has received every major design award and Dolle has been quoted on design issues in media outlets such as The New York Times, Crain’s New York Business, Communication Arts, Palm Springs Life and CBS News. Dolle is a critic, guest lecturer and spokesperson for design issues in national and international forums. His book Pulp for the Pandemic was published in 2021, and Glamour Road, with co-author Jeff Stork, was released to wide acclaim in 2022.
With a new incubator/design studio in Palm Springs, Tom Dolle Design is strategically positioned to handle a broad range of creative assignments.