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Many an artist in St. Louis is proficient in drawing shoes. At left, a spread from a brochure for the Brown Shoe Company's Roblee shoes. AD, Russell Grindon. Designer, Jim Cunningham. Artists, Bob Whitesitt, Bob Blair and Esquire art department. One color, on colored stock. Swatch is mounted. Below, a four-color magazine ad for the Roberts, Johnson and Rand Division of International Shoe Company. AD, Bill Quade. Art and photography by Bob Ruther & Associates and Shegata Wright. Agency, Krupnick and Associates. Drawings shown are from the many comprehensive dealer mat books produced by the art department of International Shoe.

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As bread is to butter, so artists are to calendars . Obviously, calendars go on walls-precisely where arti sts brag work would like to be. Here's a monthly reminder from a Houston group known as 4916 Kelvin. The cover, left, accurately indicates that it is for the last half of' 60. Harrison Allen did the flag . Fred DuBose is anything but ''September Morn'' in his bright autumnal vest. His, too, the cover design. Final page contains photographs of their elaborate new studio building. Also, an invitation to a Christmas party. December 22 at 6: 30 p. m., in case you're in the area. CA, August '60


Purpose: Stimulate travel on JAL jets. Problem: "Relate the actual materials used in the plane interiors back to their point of origin, e.g., carpets reminiscent of raked sand gardens.'' All patterns in the interiors have their reference point in objects that are almost Japanese national traditions- the chrysanthemum, pine tree, tatami mat, shoji screens, bamboo, etc. AD was Jerry Huff of Botsford Constantine and Gardner; Designer, Don McKee of Landphere Associates; artwork for cover and inside spread below, Earl Thollander, Sa.n Francisco free-lance artist. Printed in full color. The off-center fold makes five smaller pages. JAL's logo at right was originally designed by Huff. revised by Mia, a JAL associate AD in Tokyo, finished by Sashi Tani, San Francisco artist/designer. 43

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Layout, art and copy are tightly wed to make a forceful statement. These three pieces, 81f2x11, were used as direct mailers to announce and sell the varied services of a Connecticut testing laboratory. "Each piece symbolizes one aspect of the company's wide range of services in order to obtain maximum visual impact, '' says Designer Ted Trinkaus of Trinkaus, Aron & Wayman, South Norwalk graphic designers.

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12) Art Director: Dick Naugler Illustrator: Robert W. Addison Agency: N. W. Ayer Double page, color, newspaper 13) Art Director: Martin Stevens Illustrator: Al Munchen Agency: BBDO Magazine

UNITED EXPANDS JET FLEET

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United Air Lines now brings you Boeing's newest, fastest jet ...the 720 Jet Mainliner!

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16) Art Director: William House Illustrator: Joseph Kotula Agency: J. Walter Thompson Co. Double page, color, magazine 17) Art Director: Emil Gargana Agency: Campbell-Ewald Double page, newspaper and magazine

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5) Artist: Charles Coppock 6) Artist: Neil Boyle 7) Artist: Bob Poole Art Director: Joe Forrester Agency : Donahue & Coe , Inc. Client: Milani's 1890 Dressing 8) Artist: Bob Totten

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On this page are a few of the over three thousand alphabets created by Photolettering, Inc. Below is a portion of a hymn as it appeared in Life Magazine. The lettering is Photolettering's "Daisy Alcock Versal" and "Daisy Alcock Roman" designed by the well-known British calligrapher.

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"Interlock" alphabet recently designed by Ed Benquiat

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