Collages (visual works)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Bob Cato papers document Cato’s role as a graphic designer, artist, and photographer. His work designing record album covers helped turn them into forms of contemporary art and won him two Grammys. He is also known for his creation of the “Charlie Girl” image for Revlon, and photographs of top recording artists of the 20th century.
Dates: 1900-2015; Majority of material found within 1962-1999
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The Gene & Helen Federico collection contains work and correspondence from both the husband and wife duo of graphic designers, active from the 1950s to the 1990s. While there are distinctions between work that Gene produced, namely under his advertising firm, and independent ventures by Helen, some material may be attributed to both designers. The bulk of the process work, sketches, print ads, illustrations, research and book mockups were created between circa 1950 and circa 2000. The...
Collection — Box 20
Overview The collage Repressive Means by Patti Durr consists of an 18" x 40" 10 pane white framed window. Each pane is decorated with various collage elements including painted red lips and print materials. The largest pane has an image of a deaf person with a chain affixed to its ear.
Collection — Painting 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Ken Hiebert collection is divided into four series. Series I. Biographical contains resume and CVs, correspondence, and his own education in the Basel School. Series II. Teaching Career contains syllabi and coursework from courses taught by Hiebert, comprising exercises done by his students at Carnegie Mellon, PCA/UArts, and others, many of which are in the form of design books. Series III. Design Work spans his career as a designer for independent clients. This includes his two books,...