Getty Research Institute
Examples of Ladislav Sutnar's graphic design work in the United States form this collection. Graphic design for commercial clients, either through Sweet's or Sutnar's independent firm, comprises the bulk of the material, primarily in the form of industrial catalogs, but also including promotional brochures, advertisements, posters and corporate identity work. Other graphic designs in this archive were created in conjunction with Sutnar's product design or exhibition design ventures: prints for the marketing of his unrealized children's building block set, Build the Town, and material related to the Visual Design in Action exhibition
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
A collection of 67 artists' books created under the direction of Thomas (Tom) Coleman, professor emeritus at Indiana University School of Fine Arts. Several of the books were created in homage to Bradbury Thompson, who for many years was a visiting critic and visiting professor at the Yale University School of Art and Architecture and was a teacher of Tom Coleman
Rochester Institute of Technology - Wallace Memorial Library
The collection consists of twenty-six letterform studies, poems, and designs for book title pages, spine titles, and a dust jacket rendered in pencil and ink on paper by German calligrapher Hermann Zapf. Also present are two early sketches for his typefaces Melior and Optima, and seven printed sheets of alphabets. Zapf mounted each example on paper sheets measuring 29 x 20 cm. before presenting them to his friend Robert L. Leslie; the collection is accompanied by a presentation slip signed by Zapf
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence between printmaker Lynton Kistler and artist Jean Charlot, 1933-1979, and letters between Kistler and Charlot's family after his death in 1979. Also included is a file on the Kistler and Charlot collaborative project for a series of color lithographs entitled PICTURE BOOK, printed in 1933 and 1973, and correspondence, 1953-1982, between Kistler and clients for his and Charlots' work
Art Institute of Chicago - Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
TEXTUAL RECORDS: two (2) exhibition file folders, one (1) folder contains an annotated exhibition catalogue; (title and dates of exhibition mentioned in the Prints and Drawings checklist); one (1) archival copy of the exhibition catalogue entitled Canadian Society of Graphic Art travelling exhibition, 1941. [NGC, 1941] 8 p.
University of California, Davis - Shields Library
The Daniel Shapiro Papers reflect the life and work of printmaker, painter, and teacher Daniel Shapiro (1920-1982). The papers span the dates 1940 through 1983, though the bulk of the material reflects Shapiro's time as a member of the UC Davis art faculty, 1959-1982. The collection includes: correspondence and notes; sketchbooks; prints; photographs of his work; personal photographs; teaching materials; and exhibit files and announcements
Chicago History Museum
Correspondence, minutes, financial records, membership surveys and directories, event information, sound recordings, and other records of the American Center for Design, founded as the Society of Typographic Arts in 1927, to promote high standards of design, the education of designers, and public awareness of the role of good design, and to sponsor exhibitions, including an annual Design in Chicago Printing Exhibition, and a printing workshop at the Newberry Library in Chicago. Also present are ACD/STA material collected by Susan Jackson Keig, first woman president of the STA in 1955-1956, when she was Susan Karstrom, including typed reminiscences (from 1989) in which Keig describes STA meetings/field trips in the 1950s-1960s, including one to visit Frank Lloyd Wright in 1957, a 1955 STA news release announcing Susan Karstrom's election as president, seven reel-to-reel audio tapes of STA conferences and discussions (1962-1963), and ACD membership mailings from 1991-1992
Getty Research Institute
Examples of Ladislav Sutnar's graphic design work in the United States, especially printed ephemera and small publications, form this collection, with the bulk of the material being work for commercial clients. Much of this takes the form of industrial catalogs, advertising and corporate identity work. However, this collection also includes a number of specialized small publications such as Transport or Design and paper. Paper and printing companies produced these booklets as promotional materials to showcase their products and services and distributed them to printers, art directors and others in the industry. Other graphic designs in this collection were created in conjunction with Sutnar's product design or exhibition design ventures. These include prints for the marketing of his unrealized children's building block set, Build the Town, as well as the Sutnar-designed invitation to the 1969 exhibition of his paintings, Joy-Art
Getty Research Institute
A broad range of professional and personal materials comprise this collection. All areas of Sutnar's design projects are represented here, as well as his paintings and artwork. Beyond these creative works, a small quantity of miscellaneous professional papers and personal papers, such as visa applications and obituaries, helps elucidate Sutnar's career. The design projects include elements from the three main areas of Sutnar's production: graphic design, product design and exhibition design. Of particular interest among the design projects are the prototypes for the "Build the Town" childrens' block set and the extensive documentation of the Czechoslovakian pavilion at the New York World's Fair. The bulk of this collection relates to the painting and artwork to which Sutnar returned later in his life. Beginning in the early 1960s, as his design commissions faded, Sutnar focused on the creation of female nudes, executed in a roughly pop art style, which he called "joy-art." In addition ... Read More
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Collection consists mostly of printed cards that showcase Artemio's work, invitations to exhibits he participated in, and print catalogues, posters, and other pieces produced by or otherwise related to La Mano Press, which was established in 2002 by Artemio and Silvia Capistran. Many of the exhibits represented by the materials deal with Latino heritage either through artists' biographical associations or thematic content, such as publicity pieces for Day of the Dead celebrations, or exhibits spearheaded by Chicano artists; they also cover a wide range of events and venues, though most are based around Los Angeles/southern California. The collection contains all original materials produced by or related to La Mano Press and materials related to Artemio Rodriguez, including brochure introducing the press and its workshops, catalogs (May 2004) of fine arts prints, invitations to release parties, sales, presentations, and exhibits (many of which Artemio Rodriguez participated in as ... Read More

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