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Design for a Sugar Bowl

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Cylindrical sugar bowl drawn in plan and elevation decorated with thick vertical bands cinched at the middle around the base of the body, the rounded lid surmounted by a circular similarly decorated finial with alternative drawing of a taller arched finial. Elongated scroll handle connecting to the short cylindrical base.

Design for a Coffeepot

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Round coffeepot with flared sides and bulbous lower body drawn in elevation, the lid surmounted by a cylindrical finial indicated in brown ink bound by three applied horizontal bands indicated in yellow color pencil. Circular handle indicated in brown ink and bound at the side by three applied horizontal bands indicated in yellow color pencil. Underdrawing in graphite of coffeepot in golden section.

Design for a Monogram: O.M.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Circular monogram comprised of an "O" drawn in thick black outline with a small black circle in center over which a narrow "M" is superimposed in green.

Design for a Monogram: D. P.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Monogram comprised of a "D" the curved element in outline, the vertical element formed by three blue bands superimposed upon a smaller solid red "P", the rounded element forming the center of the "D".

Ceiling border

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Wallpaper roll.

Blue daisy-like flowers with green leaves printed on metallic copper background with gold and brown framework.

Border

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Wallpaper roll.

Printed six across, stylized acanthus leaves above a single row of strung beads. Printed in brown, tan and orange on brown ground.

April Greimanski

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
White envelope bearing address and 3-dimensional image of a geometric shape in green and white. Shape at center of envelope and text crossing two-thirds of left side that reads: aprilgreiman 620MoultonAvenue #211LosAngeles California USA 90031. Below image: GREIMANSKI.

April Greimanski

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
White sheet of paper with address and telephone numbers at upper margin in black ink, divided by graph lines, as though typed in: Greimanski / Apriliska; 620 Moulton Ave #211; Los Angeles / California 90031 USA; (213) 227 1222. Left side, about a third from the upper margin, a logo of an orange flame with its shadow in gray pixels, between this a 3D lined box all on a foreshortened yellow circle. Below this in gray: greimanski@aol.com.

Your Turn, My Turn, International Contract Furniture Design Symposium, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CA

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster for symposium for International Contract Furniture Design Symposium. Images and text integrated throughout. Upper center text, Your Turn / My Turn / 1983 in blue and red; set on a rising diagonal. In upper left corner are letters PDC2 in separate colored squares. Additional text describing event (i.e. sponsors, featured designers) found in lower left and lower right. Sideway "P" shpae against black triangle slanting toward lower right corner. Imprinted inside section shaped like "P" in blue The International/ Contract Furniture/ Design Symposium/ during WestWeek (in pink)/ Your Turn/ My Turn '83/ A PDC 2 Invitional Event/ Friday, March 18 and / Saturady, March 19/ Pacific Design Center/ Los Angeles (in pink). Images of globes (upper and center left), celestial bodies (lower left and center), and abstract shapes (lower right) layered with text.

Electrokinetics

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Day Without Art

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster depicts photograph of paintbrushes and sneakers; above, in red and white: DAY WITHOUT ART / An International Day of Action and Mourning in Response to the AIDS Crisis. Below: GET THE FACTS EDUCATE OTHERS SHOW YOU CARE / CONTRIBUTE FINANCIALLY SPEAK OUT FIGHT PREJUDICE / PROTECT YOURSELF RESPECT OTHERS REMEMBER / DECEMBER 1 1991.

Menage a trois

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
On white ground, a turquoise, a yellow, and a red wrapped condom. Text in black: Menage a trois. For more information about HIV and AIDS, call the AIDS Action Committee Hotline at 1-800-235-2331.

Document case with lid

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Flat rectangular box with loop at one end, through which long copper chain passes. Box has lid that slides on and is inscribed on one side "N A D."

25th Anniversary of New York City Center, New York, NY, from Seven Serigraphs by Seven Artists

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vertical rectangle. Pink background with printed silver text aligned at left. Text features statements by designers Richard Anuszkiewicz, Jim Dine, Robert Indiana, Gerald Laing, Lowell Nesbitt, George Segal, Jack Youngerman each explaining their relationship to or thoughts on the opera and a description of the poster they were commissioned to create for the New York City Center's 25th anniversary.

Say that I was a drum maj

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

New York State Award

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Modus

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Modus

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

An Exhibition of Young People's Art

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster announcement printed in black, for exhibition at Detroit Focus Gallery, designed to be mailed.

Recto: Across upper half of sheet, abstract shapes of flower and feather. Across lower half of sheet, lined paper, one piece on top of the other, text giving exhibition title, location, dates, times, contact and additional information.

Verso: Across lower half of sheet, lined paper, text giving sponsors and mailing information.

From Artists' Studios/Current Work

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster announcement printed in black ink for Detroit Focus Gallery exhibition, designed to be mailed. Loose "constructivist" style. Text in a variety of sizes, styles throughout.

Recto: Upper left corner, arrow, circle, half with graduated lines coming out. Diagonally across upper left corner to right edge, center, abstract line design resembling rocket and text giving reception information. Diagonally across center, text giving participating artists, curators, location, dates, and additional informaion. Across lower edge, exhibition title, abstract design. Lower left quadrant, column of text (sideways) and pattern.

Verso: Upper third of sheet, abstract design with text giving artists names over it. Across center, text giving title, location, contact information and lines form abstract rocket. Lower third of sheet, text giving sponsors and mailing information, sorrounded by line design of rocket.

In honor of Robert H. Goddard, "A method of Reaching Extreme Altitudes"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster in black and red ink on cream cardstock. In center is an image of Robert Goddard (inventor of first high altitute rocket) in light gray jacket, dark gray pants. His skin and tie are red. He stands in front of a geometrical form resembling a partial rectangular box, formed by a black parallelogram receding right and a white parallelogram receding left. At the top right corner of the black parallelogram is a white circle and crescent, which are repeated in an open box at the bottom left corner of the parallelogram. Title and additional text imprinted diagonally in red paralleling the receding black parallelogram.

Art in the Nineties

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster/ announcement printed in green ink for exhibition at Detroit Focus Gallery, designed to be mailed.

Recto: Text in variety of sizes. Across upper edge, exhibition title. Down center, column of text giving names of participating artists. Across center, divided by text column, text giving reception information. Lower half of sheet, divided by column, sideways, location, dates, contact and additional information.

Verso: Upper half of sheet, center, two columns of text giving artists names. Lower half of sheet, two blocks of text giving mailing information.

The Modern Vogue in Wallpapers

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Contains thirty-eight samples of machine printed wallpaper, with some patterns shown in multiple colorways. Ceiling papers are included at the front of the book. Also designs for kitchen, bathroom, and children or nursery. Many modernist patterns.

The Vertical House

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Design for narrow vertical house sited on steep slope; door at top of house leads to roof patio; walkway leads from middle of house to road; small square windows; small L-shaped out building to right of house. Matted with 1995-46-1.
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