daSalla presents Hauge Pinups 2|18|80

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SPEC 127-2021.20.3

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daSalla presents Hauge Pinups 2|18|80


  • 1980 (Creation)


1 poster, 18.75" x 24.5"

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(1936 October 28 - 2021 June 08)

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Paul Hauge was born in Chicago, Illinois. His family moved to South Pasadena, and he earned degrees from Pasadena City College and the Art Center School (ADVT 1959). A notable and respected graphic designer, his work is in the permanent graphic design collections of The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He taught at Art Center for over 20 years, including at the Art Center (Europe) campus. He was Co-Chair of Communications Design, 1984-1986 and Chair of Communication Design at AC(E), 1988-1990.

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Poster for Paul Hauge pinups artwork exhibit. The poster is a reprint of one of Hauge's drawings of a woman sitting on an elaborately decorated vague piece of furniture. Her face is partially drawn and she has no arms and is topless.

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Copyright held by Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, Calif.).

Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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Poster credits:
A daSalla/Hauge idea
Printed in the United States by Typecraft, Inc. Pasadena, California

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