Brown Guy - Paul Rand. Use flowers replace fight,just like after the Paris crisis, the father told his son...

1955 he was asked by Du Pont (“Better Things for Better Living. through Chemistry”) to help publicize Mohawk‘s Construction Paper line of colored papers. Grabbed info from STEVEN HELLER’s The Daily Heller post.

Design Here, There and Everywhere...: Don't try to be original, try to be good. (Paul Rand)

In one of our lectures, Jonathan Baldwing mentioned a graphic designer called Paul Rand which I hadn't heard of and thought I'd look him up.

Sparkle and Spin: A 1957 Children's Book About Words by Iconic Designer Paul Rand

Sparkle and Spin: A Clever 1957 Children’s Book About Words Illustrated by Iconic Designer Paul Rand

Paul Rand (artist) and Anne Rand, (not Ayn Rand) Sparkle and Spin Originally published in 1957 -- cutting-edge, mid-century modern book about language and imagery, a true classic by two masters of the era.

Paul Rand ~ Minute Man National Historical Park, 1975. Courtesy of the Paul Rand Estate

Paul Rand ~ Minute Man National Historical Park, Courtesy of the Paul Rand Estate

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Eric Gill Design Advice Paris 2014 Map Place Franz Liszt Paris 2014 Paul Rand Design Advice Paris 2014 Multiplicity (All Japan Fashion.

Paul Rand / Eye Bee M Poster for IBM, 1970. Love the rebus!

Eye-Bee-M-Poster. Paul Rand Eye-Bee-M logo for IBM, Used in-house for a conference/event.

Paul Rand (born Peretz Rosenbaum, (August 15, 1914 — November 26, 1996) was an American graphic designer, best known for his corporate logo designs, including the logos for IBM, UPS, Enron, Westinghouse, ABC, and Steve Jobs’ NeXT. He was one of the originators of the Swiss Style of graphic design.

Paul Rand - graphic designer, best known for his corporate logo designs

Paul Rand c. 1955 awwww! i printing this out for dad for a christmas card!!

Poster, "El Producto Cigars, For Dad.With Love and Kisses," Designed by Paul Rand; Offset lithograph on thin cream paper jpg Graphic Design Poster

Washington Post article by Greg Sargent. Newsflash: Founders favored "government run health care."

Washington Post article by Greg Sargent. Newsflash: Founders favored "government run health care.

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