Graphic design (Typography)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of articles and examples of Imre Reiner’s designs and a small amount of correspondence collected by graphic designer William Drenttel.
Collection of projects completed by graduate students in classes of the Yale School of Art Graphic Design Program. Items include projects produced for classes taught by Bradbury Thompson, Paul Rand, and Alvin Eisenman.
Majority of the papers consist of corporate brand identity manuals alongside design projects directed and or designed by Kenneth D. Love while employed at four design firms. Also included is a small collection of articles, correspondence, professional files, and photographs.
The Paul Rand papers consist of sketches and drawings, artwork, proofs, mechanical art, paste-ups, professional and personal papers, published books, newspaper clippings, source material, realia, photographs and negatives, textiles, posters, research files, and correspondence documenting graphic designer Paul Rand. Also included are book jackets, magazine covers, and children's books illustrated by Rand.
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.