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(L-R): Chuck Jordan, George Jergenson, Bill Mitchell, and Strother MacMinn with a model of an automobile. Other transportation models are visible in the background.
(L-R): Chuck Jordan, George Jergenson, Bill Mitchell, and Strother MacMinn with a model of an automobile. Other transportation models are visible in the background.
(L-R): Eugene Fleury, Strother MacMinn, Harley Earl Jr., Joseph Thompson, General Motors Bill Mitchell, and George Jergenson looking at a clay model of an automobile.
(L-R): Eugene Fleury, Strother MacMinn, Harley Earl Jr., Joseph Thompson, General Motors Bill Mitchell, and George Jergenson looking at a clay model of an automobile.
(L-R): Gary Carbonell (PROD 1996), Todd Masilko (PROD 1996), and Joakim Ahlstrom (PROD 1996) holding what look to be trophy models labelled "Tread Lightly".
(L-R): Gary Carbonell (PROD 1996), Todd Masilko (PROD 1996), and Joakim Ahlstrom (PROD 1996) holding what look to be trophy models labelled "Tread Lightly".
(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the campus patio.
(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the campus patio.
(L-R): Unidentified man (United Productions of America co-founder?), Herb Rosenthal, Frederick Mackay, unidentified woman, unidentified man, William Brewer and George Jergenson. The group is standing in a doorway behind a floor mat with the initials UPA.
(L-R): Unidentified man (United Productions of America co-founder?), Herb Rosenthal, Frederick Mackay, unidentified woman, unidentified man, William Brewer and George Jergenson. The group is standing in a doorway behind a floor mat with the initials UPA.
(L-R): unidentified students, John Coleman, unidentified student, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): unidentified students, John Coleman, unidentified student, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.
(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.
3-Dimensional Design. A California Highway Patrol officer talks with Harry Bradley with a model of a three-wheel vehicle parked next to his motorcycle.
3-Dimensional Design. A California Highway Patrol officer talks with Harry Bradley with a model of a three-wheel vehicle parked next to his motorcycle.
3-Dimensional Design. Andrew Ogden (TRAN 1983) and Brad Markin (TRAN 1983) (L-R) finish sanding foam core joints and clean up detail seams prior to skinning their model with a self adhesive skin.
3-Dimensional Design. Andrew Ogden (TRAN 1983) and Brad Markin (TRAN 1983) (L-R) finish sanding foam core joints and clean up detail seams prior to skinning their model with a self adhesive skin.
3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984), Rob McCann (TRAN 1983) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) use tape to add details prior to adding decal material to simulate window graphics.
3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984), Rob McCann (TRAN 1983) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) use tape to add details prior to adding decal material to simulate window graphics.
3-Dimensional Design. During the critique, the cars were positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact.
3-Dimensional Design. During the critique, the cars were positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact.
3-Dimensional Design. During the critique, the cars were positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact.
3-Dimensional Design. During the critique, the cars were positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact.
3-Dimensional Design. Full-scale models parked in front of the Hillside Campus.
3-Dimensional Design. Full-scale models parked in front of the Hillside Campus.
3-Dimensional Design. Harry Bradley critiquing the models of cars as they are positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact. The students from the class are standing listening to the critique.
3-Dimensional Design. Harry Bradley critiquing the models of cars as they are positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact. The students from the class are standing listening to the critique.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Mark Commentz (Group III) mixes spackle and uses this common household material to smooth out imperfections prior to final painting of the car.
3-Dimensional Design. Mark Commentz (Group III) mixes spackle and uses this common household material to smooth out imperfections prior to final painting of the car.
3-Dimensional Design. Near the Pasadena (110) freeway and Dodger Stadium, a California Highway Patrol officer checks out a car model designed by a student.
3-Dimensional Design. Near the Pasadena (110) freeway and Dodger Stadium, a California Highway Patrol officer checks out a car model designed by a student.
A Sketching for Illustration class working from a female model and props.  Jack Potter was the instructor.
A Sketching for Illustration class working from a female model and props. Jack Potter was the instructor.
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