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Graphic designers -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

Mary Faulconer papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CSC-0093
Overview

The Mary Faulconer collection consists of client files, scrapbooks, publications, and photographs from American designer Mary Faulconer. Mrs. Faulconer is most known for her design of the Love stamp for the United States Postal Service as well as her work in various magazines in the mid-twentieth century.

Dates: 1931-2000

Paul Rand collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CSC-0105
Overview

Collection of materials from graphic designer Paul Rand. It includes extensive client publications: advertisements, posters, letterhead, brochures, and reports from clients such as International Business Machines and Westinghouse.

Dates: 1939-1996

R. Roger Remington screen prints

 Collection — Box 2 (AOC)
Identifier: RITArt-0034
Overview

Six screen prints created by RIT professor R. Roger Remington.

Dates: circa 1959-1965

Rob Roy Kelly collection

 Collection
Identifier: CSC-0098
Overview

The Rob Roy Kelly collection contains the personal papers, wood type specimens, awards and certificates belonging to the graphic designer.

Dates: 1925-2004

Saul Bass collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CSC-0086
Overview

The Saul Bass collection consists of ninety posters designed by Mr. Bass and several VHS tapes containing movie title sequences created by the designer. He created much of the work inconjunction with his business partner Herb Yaeger.

Dates: 1954-1996

Tomoko Miho collection

 Collection — Box 1-25
Identifier: CSC-0102
Overview

This collection contains posters, client files, work samples, and personal papers belonging to graphic designer Tomoko Miho.

Dates: 1931-2002

Walter Allner collection

 Collection — Drawer 3.3
Identifier: CSC-0083
Overview

The Walter Allner collection contains poster and magazine covers designed by Allner as well as articles detailing his design process. He is best known for his work at Fortune magazine and he is recognized as the designer of the first computer-generated cover of a national magazine.

Dates: 1951-1988