GDA001. Graphic Design Archive
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of materials from graphic designer Alex Steinweiss. It includes extensive client publications: advertisements, and posters mainly from his work for Columbia Records.
The collection contains correspondence, photographs and contact sheets for various clients, cassette tapes from classes Brodovitch taught, and exhibition materials from reowned art director Alexey Brodovitch.
The collection consists of examples and photographs of Lustig's design work, writings by and about him, and portrait photographs of him.
The Bob Cato papers document Cato’s role as a graphic designer, artist, and photographer. His work designing record album covers helped turn them into forms of contemporary art and won him two Grammys. He is also known for his creation of the “Charlie Girl” image for Revlon, and photographs of top recording artists of the 20th century.
The collection consists of bibliographic files, writings, exhibition records, posters and client files of graphic designer Bradbury Thompson.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Burton Kramer. Includes extensive client publications: advertisements, posters, letterhead, brochures, and reports, mainly from his firm Kramer Design Associates in Toronto, Canada.
The Ceil Thayer Smith collection consists of sketches, drawings, scrapbooks, and correspondence created by the New York based graphic designer. She worked primarily in women's fashion advertisement during the 1920s thru 1940s.
The collection contains client project files and posters created by the design firm Chermayeff and Geismar, as well as writings by the two designers, Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar.
Collection of materials on Cipe Pineles, a twentieth-century American graphic designer who worked predominately for women's magazines such as Seventeen, Charm, and Glamour.