Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The W. A. Dwiggins Collection contains examples of graphic design by William Addison Dwiggins, who worked from the early to mid-20th century. The materials range from original drawings to both business and personal designs.
This collection contains examples of graphic art, primarily before 1800. Many of these materials are not dated; an educated guess as to the age of the material was based on paper type and subject matter.
This collection contains examples of graphic art from 1800-1899. Many of these materials are not dated; an educated guess as to the age of the material was based on paper type and subject matter.
This collection contains examples of graphic art from 1900-1999. Many of these materials are not dated; an educated guess as to the age of the material was based on paper type and subject matter.
The collection showcases the wide variety of materials designed by Sam Kim, including annual reports, corporate stationery, greeting cards, bumper stickers, and T-shirts.
The collection consists of examples of graphic designs and art works created by John McCrillis, including painting and drawing, relief printing, lettering, and typography. Examples are drawn from his work at the Yale University Press as well as his freelance work and works produced at McCrillis’s Penny-Whistle Press.
The collection was created by Tom Morin in the process of writing the book Threads of Influence: The Visual History of a Life in Graphic Design.
The Paul Rand papers consist of sketches and drawings, artwork, proofs, mechanical art, paste-ups, source material, book jackets, realia, photographs and negatives, textiles, and posters documenting the career of graphic designer Paul Rand. It also contains material documenting Rand's artistic process and professional relationships, including correspondence, teaching materials, published books, newspaper clippings, and research files.
The Ladislav Sutnar Collection documents the post-war graphic design career of Ladislav Sutnar from 1945 to 1975 through examples of publications and ephemera he designed for specific clients. Sutnar worked for a variety of clients, including RCA, Knoll, the AIGA, and the Museum of Modern Art. The collection also includes letterhead and promotional materials he designed for himself.
The Bradbury Thompson Collection consists of examples of Thompson’s graphic design work including postage stamps, logos, and book, magazine, and corporate publication designs. The majority of the collection consists of Thompson designs that were a part of the Westvaco-sponsored exhibit, “Bradbury Thompson: Innovative Designer,” which was exhibited at Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library in 1992.
The Ken White Collection documents the graphic design career of Ken White from 1964 to 1985 through examples of publications and ephemera he designed for specific clients. White worked for a variety of clients, including IBM, Better Homes and Gardens, and the Phoenix Art Museum.