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Graduate Graphic Design Department

  • 70
  • Fondo

The Graduate Graphic Design Department fonds is a top level archival unit that encompasses everything in the Archives created by the Graduate Graphic Design Department. Under the fonds-level are the following collections: records, photographs, videos, and the thesis collection.

Graduate Graphic Design Department

Morgan Sinclaire photographs

  • SPEC 67
  • Colección
  • 1934-1990

The Morgan Sinclaire photographs are images of Art Center Photography Department field trips and studio assignments shot by Sinclaire while he was a student. Also included are photographs he took later in life while traveling.

Sinclaire, Morgan

Joseph Weston papers

  • SPEC 73
  • Colección
  • 1956-1958

The Joseph Weston papers are original artwork and digital photographs of artwork made by Weston (GRPK 1958) when he was a student. Also included are Weston's memoirs of Art Center and his first job after graduation.

Weston, Joseph

Sherwin Tilton papers

  • SPEC 35
  • Colección
  • circa 2000

Alumni Identification Card issued to Sherwin Tilton for use as a library card. The card is actually a Student Identification Card with the word "Student" crossed off and "Alumni" handwritten above it.

Tilton, Sherwin

Gordon E. Smith papers

  • SPEC 4
  • Colección
  • 1948-1993

The Gordon E. Smith papers are mainly images taken by Smith while he was a student and as a professional food photographer. Also included is a packet from the Art Center School consisting of a cover letter, his grade transcript, and a Certificate of Completion.

Smith, Gordon E.

Michael Osborne stamps

  • SPEC 20
  • Colección
  • 2002, 2004

The Michael Osborne stamps are two Love stamps designed by Osborne for the U.S. Post Office. The book of 2002 stamps and two envelopes with the 2004 stamps are signed by Osborne.

Osborne, Michael

George Jergenson papers

  • SPEC 11
  • Colección
  • circa 1900-1989

The George Jergenson papers offer an overview of his life, especially his career in industrial design. Organized during his retirement years, this collection consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and artwork. One of the highlights is the General Motors Train of Tomorrow that he designed, a three-year labor of love for Jergenson. From concept sketches to spec sheets to a film of the finished cars, the collection documents the entire project. Another focus of this collection is his surface development teaching materials which he used while at General Motors to share his expertise with young designers and engineers.
Series 1 contains personal materials including biographical notes with ancestral origins, lists of events, financial papers, and detailed accounts of his departure from Art Center.
Series 2 consists of letters from Jergenson's employment at General Motors Styling and Art Center School, as head of Industrial Design. Occasional course outlines, meeting minutes, and expense reports can also be found.
Series 3 contains course outlines, lecture notes, annotated bibliographies, speeches, and reports compiled by Jergenson while teaching at Art Center and in later years. A 1959 re-accreditation report from Art Center reviews curriculum, student services, demographics, school events, and a professional directory.
Series 4 contains materials related to Jergenson's freelance work from 1944-1968 for American Motors Corporation (AMC), Outboard Marine Corporation, and Pan Am. Included are correspondence, contracts, design evaluations, market research reports, meeting notes, and technical drawings.
Series 5 consists of work Jergenson did while at General Motors Styling. The earlier files relate to his design work for the Train of Tomorrow. The later files showcase his expertise in surface development.
Series 6 contains materials related to several professional industrial design organizations including IDEA, IDI and IDSA. This series also includes materials from the Society of Art Center Alumni such as articles of incorporation, correspondence about scholarships and contributions, and meeting minutes.
Series 7 consists of an array of images from throughout Jergenson's life. Included here are family photographs and slides of his paintings. There are images from Art Center and a surface development slide show. Of interest are photos of his design sketches for the Train of Tomorrow. There are also slides of Eero Saarinen's iconic Styling Administration Building at the General Motors Technical Center.
Series 8 contains seven scrapbooks which offer an overview of Jergenson's life, especially his careers in industrial design and education. Compiled by Jergenson in the 1980s, they consist mostly of clippings, photographs, and correspondence with some handwritten exposition.
Series 9 has five 8mm movies shot by Jergenson. The films cover the General Motors Train of Tomorrow, Art Center trips to Paris, London, and Japan, and the Catalina Project, a Product Design student project.
Series 10 contains original paintings by Jergenson, as well as a few items from other artists. Also included is a list of titles, dates, and other details for slides of Jergenson's paintings.

Jergenson, George

Library

  • 14
  • Fondo

Graduate Communication and New Media Design Program

  • 61
  • Fondo
  • 1997-

The Graduate Communication and New Media Design Program fonds is a top level archival unit that encompasses everything in the Archives created by the Graduate Communication and New Media Design Department. Under the fonds-level are the following collections: Graduate Communication and New Media Design collection of documents, Photograph collection, and the Graduate student thesis collection.

Graduate Communication and New Media Design Program

David King Poster Collection

  • H_M_C_T_ DKP
  • Colección

King’s Poster collection is the first one in the United States. It includes primarily the political and cultural posters. King’s posters offer a visual history of the global political radicalization of the late 1960s and early 1970s, including the Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa and the Anti-Nazi League in Britain​.​

King, David

Selwyn Pullan photographs

  • SPEC 24
  • Colección
  • 1948-1949

The Selwyn Pullan photographs are images of Art Center Photography faculty and students taken by Pullan while he was a student.

Pullan, Selwyn

Warren Samuel photographs

  • SPEC 23
  • Colección
  • circa 1955

The Warren Samuel photographs are images of Art Center Photography faculty and students taken by Samuel while he was a student.

Samuel, Warren

Ronald Kwan photographs

  • SPEC 43
  • Colección
  • 1963-1965

The Ronald Kwan photographs are images of Art Center students and faculty looking at GM cars on the front lawn. Also included are images of a student project on display.

Kwan, Ronald

Randy Stokes photographs

  • SPEC 49
  • Colección
  • 1975

The Randy Stokes photographs are slides he took of early construction of the Art Center hillside campus building designed by Craig Ellwood Associates.

Stokes, Charles R.

Biba publication collection

  • SPEC 111
  • Colección
  • 1968-1973

The collection contains a complete set of six Biba mail-order catalogues (1968-1969) that showcases clothing from the Biba department store in London run by Barbara Hulanicki. The catalogues were designed by John McConnell and featured different models and photographers. Also included is the 1973 Biba newspaper, commemorating the opening of the new Biba department store in Kensington.

Biba (Firm)

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