Quentin Fiore, the graphic designer whose work helped magnify and popularize Marshall McLuhan’s maxim that “the medium is the message,” died on April 13 at a care facility in North Canaan, Conn. He was 99.
While he was best known for his book collaborations in the 1960s with McLuhan, the communications theorist, he also did notable work with the antiwar activist Jerry Rubin and the inventor and visionary Buckminster Fuller.
His obituary is available here
Article on Fiore and McLuhan collaboration is here