Acknowledged as one of the most brilliant and colorful figures of 20th Century American Design, Raymond Loewy dominated the pre-and post-war landscape of industrial design. As we move into the 21st Century, Loewy's impact becomes even more evident.

In 1978, at the age of 84, Loewy prepared nine high quality prints commemorating some of his landmark designs from his six decade career. Done in editions of 300, each handpulled print was initialed in pencil by Loewy. Now Rediscovered Paper is making available for acquisition the remaining prints from this historical run.

The lithographs were pulled at The American Atelier in New York City. The serigraph was screened at the Chicago Serigraph Workshop. Published by Circle Fine Art Corp.

The prints are housed in a portfolio case designed by Loewy. Prints can be purchased individually.

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