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About Us


PETER GOOD, a graphic designer and artist, is

known for the powerful images he has created for countless corporations, museums & institutions. 


His work has consistently

received awards from all the major graphic design organizations in the United States, and is published in design 

periodicals globally. 


Peter’s work is included
in the collections of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, NY; 
the Library of Congress, Washington, DC; The 
Museum fur 
Kunst und Gerwerbe, Hamburg; 

Neue Sammlung MuseumMunich; and the Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan.


Peter received a CT Commission on the Arts, 
Lifetime Achievement Award in 1992, A CT Art Directors Hall of Fame award in 1995; The University Medal, UConn, in 1997; and he became a fellow of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, in 2009.

Cummings & Good design expression is a duality, encompassing two spheres of passion; the print world of images and typography and the sensual world of fabrics and textures, a literal "upstairs" and "downstairs" endeavor housed now in our 100-year old home on a hill.  


Upstairs, in our graphic design office/print shop, we respond to various communication needs of several beloved non-profits and community organizations, as well as our own personal expressions of philosophical and political obsessions. Downstairs, in our studio/sewing room, we draw upon the resources of decades of materials and tools to fabricate new creations: appliqué prints, wiro-bound personal journals, hats, caps, cat toys, and most recently, masks.


The slightly polarized interests that have occupied our musings for the past 55 years originated in the early stages of our design evolution. Having met in art school in the 60’s, we both loved drawing and painting. Jan designed clothing and hats. Peter took the fabric and made appliqués and quilts. Together we fabricated dolls and toys, and as the pendulum swung, posters, packages, illustrations, identities and logo We were enthralled with the richness of woven and printed fabrics, as well as the visceral power of words and images.

Our design and art continue to evolve responding to the dynamic changes in technology, media, and popular culture that affect the way people respond to words, images, style and objects. Although the classic mechanical skills of painting, drawing, and sewing are still essential tools of our creative expressions, they have been augmented exponentially by the extraordinary means of the digital realm.


Throughout the years, our design priorities evolved, from a multi-disciplined design practice serving a variety of corporate and institutional clients, to a more personal and focused pursuit. Although we still accept selected commissions, our primary interest now is in creating graphics and products that are evocative, compelling and speak to our belief in the common good.


We bring our years of design concept and production experience to all our endeavors in a desire to inspire, inform and humanize the human condition.


is a designer, illustrator,

painter and printmaker.

Originally from Chicago,

she received a BFA in

painting from the

University of CT, and

later on studied intaglio printmaking at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts.


Jan’s drawings, paintings and prints have been featured in solo exhibits and group invitationals for decades, and her work is published in numerous editions of "The Art of Seeing" by Paul Zelanski and Mary Pat Fisher, published by Prentice Hall.


In 1995, Peter and Jan were awarded the University Medal by the University of CT. And in 2009 they were honored as “Design Legends” by the Connecticut AIGA and the CT Art Directors Club.


More recently, Jan's extensive body of work became the subject of a major retrospective at the Cooley Gallery in Old Lyme, CT in 2012.

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