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Collection of materials from designer Jerry Kelly, (1955-). Includes holiday cards, printing proofs, letterheads, type specimens, exhibition catalogs, book designs, and book catalogs.
The collection consists of examples and photographs of Lustig's design work, writings by and about him, and portrait photographs of him.
The Louis Danziger Collection at RIT consists of representative examples of his commericial works from 1949 -1989, including proofs, tear-sheets, posters, exhibition catalogs and various other printed materials. A limited number of bibliographic and biographical documents are also included in the collection.
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.
Collection of materials from graphic designer George Giusti. Includes extensive client project files and documentation (sketches, mechanicals, printed samples, photographs, and artwork in relief and 3-dimensional form).
The Rudolph de Harak collection is organized into six series:
I. Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1952-1997.
II. Photographs, 1950-2000.
III. Writings, 1948-2001.
IV. Design Projects, 1936-1994.
V. Fine Art, 1963-2001.
VI. Reference Material.
Correspondence and writings collected by James and Ruth McCrea regarding American calligrapher, educator, and author Paul Standard (1896-1991).
The Spiral Press Collection contains ephemera printed by the Spiral Press for various clients, both personal and corporate. Collection is organized by client, and then by genre. Objects include stationery, publications, book jackets, advertising materials, exhibition catalogs, and Christmas cards.
Hermann Zapf was a German type designer, typographer, calligrapher, author, and professor. He influenced type design and modern typography, winning many awards and honors for his work. Of note is Zapf’s work with August Rosenberger, a prominent punchcutter who cut many of Zapf’s designs.
The Gudrun Zapf von Hesse papers document von Hesse’s professional career as a bookbinder, calligrapher, and typographer in the 20th and 21st centuries.