The free exhibition at the University of Brighton's Theatre Gallery, Grand Parade campus, runs from 3 March to 9 April.
Romek Marber, 88, will be attending a private view to launch the exhibition at the gallery on 7 March, 5.30pm to 8pm.
The exhibition will feature his Penguin Books designs along with his work for the Economist, Observer, New Society, Town and Queen magazines, Nicholson's London Guides, BBC TV, Columbia Pictures, London Planetarium and others.
Romek Marber, an honorary graduate (Doctor of Letters) of University of Brighton, was born in Poland in 1925. As a teenager he was deported in 1939 from his home town in Western Poland to Bochnia. The rest of the war he spent in Bochnia Ghetto and various concentration camps until liberated by US Forces on 28 April 1945.
In 1946 he came to England. He studied at St. Martin's School of Art and the Royal College of Art, and throughout his career developed a modernist design which has had a profound impact on British design and design education.
Romek Marber's work is permanently conserved in the Design Archive of the Victoria and Albert Museum. He retired in 1989 as a Professor Emeritus from Middlesex University. His memoirs of his experiences during World War II, entitled No Return were published in 2010.