Jessica Helfand is an American designer and author and has been Senior Critic at Yale School of Art since 1994.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of scrapbooks collected by Jessica Helfand as research for her book Scrapbooks: an American History (Yale University Press, 2008). Also includes examples of volvelles.
Jessica Helfand, a graduate of the Yale School of Art Graphic Design Program (MFA ‘89) and a respected critic of visual culture, collected hundreds of examples of the volvelle format. In December of 2004, Helfand donated the collection to the Arts Library.
The collection contains a variety of corporate publications, including annual reports and other promotional materials.
The collection contains a variety of design-related printed ephemera collected by William Drenttel and Jessica Helfand in the course of their work as principals of Winterhouse Design and later Winterhouse Institute.
The collection contains published as well as archival materials relating to the life and works of Ezra Winter (1886-1949). The collection reflects research undertaken by Jessica Helfand for the “Ezra Winter Project,” a visual biography of Ezra Winter published online in 12 parts with Design Observer, the leading international graphic design blog of which Helfand is a founding editor.
The collection consists of a variety of pamphlets, booklets, and other ephemera designed by Pentagram.
The collection comprises type specimens collected by William Drenttel and Jessica Helfand in the course of their work as principals of Winterhouse Design and later Winterhouse Institute.
The collection consists of first issues of journals ranging from small press and literary to popular culture.