Raymond Loewy: Un Pionnier du Design American.
Extremely rare title about American designer Raymond Loewy published by the Parisian museum Centre Georges Pompidou.
Profusely illustrated monograph about one of the leading industrial designers of the 20th century.
The first time you drank a bottle of Coca-Cola his bottle shape became ingrained in your memory. From the prestigious
design work he completed on the John F. Kennedy's Air Force One to the design of the familiar Greyhound bus, Raymond Loewy's efforts showed no limitations.
Raymond Loewy has long been regarded as the most famous of American Industrial Designers, to a degree unequaled by the names of any of the other founding fathers of industrial design.
This collectible book offers an interesting glimpse into the wide selection of items Loewy designed.
Please note that text is in French only (no English). Copy is new in cellophane plastic cover but upper dust jacket shows shelf wear, where cellophane cover is slightly missing.
Publisher: Centre Georges Pompidou
Authors: Francois Burkhardt and Claude Eveno
Publication Date: 1992
Language: French (no English)
Illustrations: Profusely illustrated
Size: 9 inch x 12 inch
Condition: New with Cellophane Plastic Cover, Slight Wear to Upper Dust Jacket
Binding: Hardcover with Dust Jacket