Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Digital file Graphic Design Archives Server, Digital file: cc20041017_LustigCohen_01.tif
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Elaine Lustig Cohen Collection contains two series: Clients and Personal. The Clients series encompasses most of the collection and focuses on Cohen's work as a graphic designer from the mid 1950s to the late 1960s, with much of the documentation consisting of letterheads, book covers, and catalogs. Her book cover designs for Meridan Books are well represented. Cohen counted cultural groups and galleries as her main clients, with these chiefly represented by Kootz Gallery, Jewish Museum,...
Collection — Box 1-8
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
File — Box-folder 9.4-9.6, Box-Folder: 23.1+, Map case: 6.6
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,...
Dates: 1971 - 1993
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The Troller collection was donated by Beatrice Troller in 2005 and includes material ranging from sketches, mock-ups and proofs along with final printed projects including book jackets, promotional materials, packaging and posters.
Dates: circa 1960-1990
Overview Hermann Zapf was a German type designer, typographer, calligrapher, author, and professor. He influenced type design and modern typography, winning many awards and honors for his work. Of note is Zapf’s work with August Rosenberger, a prominent punchcutter who cut many of Zapf’s designs.
Dates: 1918 - 2019; Majority of material found within 1940 - 2007
Collection — Multiple Containers
Other book publishers; David R. Godine; Harcourt, Brace, and Company, Crossroad Publishing, Pantheon Books, unknown Russian publisher, books jackets, 1955 - 1991
File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Content From the Series: Includes work created with Alvin Lustig, Richard Meier and Elaine Lustig-Cohen Associates, and Lustig and Reich. Most contain letterhead, publications, or other promotional material. Some files contain photocopies of client work, and are noted as such.
Dates: 1955 - 1991
File — Box-folder 3.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains writings and designs by Rand, including books, articles, posters, presentation booklets, and annual reports, from clients including IBM, Cummins and UCLA. The collection is separated by donor in order to preserve the source of the works, and then organized in two series: I. Client Correspondence, Project and Document Files; and II. Bibliographic Files.