POST 10: STACY 1940s

Posted: May 14, 2012 by stacypollard in Uncategorized

1940

 

leather jackets, workwear, the new look – christian dior, the chinese revolution,penguin book covers, jan tschichold, abram games, raymond loewry, edward mcknight kauffer, ww11 continues, war posters, ericofon, leica camera, first automatic computer developed in usa in 1944, atomic bomb used, the transitor developed by bell labs, ‘saturday evening post’, norman rockwell, ‘picture post’, ‘kill the fascist reptile’ poster, budapest gasworks posters, konecsni, 7 up posters, rene gruau, wolfgang weingart, swiss style, herbert matter, niklaus stoecklin, armin hofmann, max bill, garamond revival, us enters ww2, italy and france give women the right to vote, siam changes to thailand, bebop jazz, swing era continues, the andrew sisters, bob hope, first electronic computer, xerography invented, cherry red lipsticks 1925/pink 196/ yellow127olive 455/khaki 4515 navy539/blacktangerine 123/yellow 120/vibrant teal 3265/fuschia 2385/purple2582/true blue 2727 turquoise 306/ gray 422/ dark gray 436 yellow458/orange 472/ mauve 500/ navy 534/ green 5555/fonts monotype lydian, monotype lydian cursive, bernhard modern, park avenue, bernhard tango, beton, cairo, stymie, karnak, cartoon light, , mehemed fehmy agha, cipe pineles burtin herbert bayer lászló moholy-nagy

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Comments
  1. kaybeebaby1 says:

    kay – abram games

  2. jakecheeseman says:

    Jake – Wolfgang weingart, thanks

  3. mypalmick says:

    Naoki; put me in “workwear” please.

  4. Odin says:

    niklaus stoecklin

  5. crystalspencer30 says:

    Penguin Book Covers for me

  6. moniquemwilson says:

    Saturday Evening Post

  7. kinnit says:

    armin hoffman

  8. jakecheeseman says:

    I’ve changed my mind considering ‘Wolfgang Weingart’ was born in 1941, I’m doing Norman Rockwell now.

  9. christineslabb says:

    Christine- The Andrew Sisters

  10. natkiryk says:

    graphic design in China

  11. natkiryk says:

    changed to Jan Tschichold

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