There's a bit about Alan Buchsbaum who helped start the Supergraphic movement in this Houzz article:
7 Game-Changing LGBT Architects and Design Pros You Should Know
Check out a few shots of MidCenturyArt.com Supergraphics! (we also have some listings on Houzz)
"Alan Buchsbaum’s bold colors and modern lines injected New York’s houses, businesses and lofts with new life in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. The Georgia native made a name for himself as one of the creators of the High Tech architecture style, a genre known for its playful shapes, funky materials like plastic and vinyl, and industrial influences. Buchsbaum also helped introduce the oversize images called supergraphics to American tastes."
Michael Cahn loves Mid-Century Modern Design.