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CLAUDE MONET

SEASONS & MOMENTS

LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM JUNE 14 THROUGH AUGUST 7· ADMISSION S{)c -25c

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A fascinating proj e ct at Martin - Denve r and o n e wh ich offers to the tru ly creative eng i neer o r scie n t ist a personal este e m and professional recogn ition unequal led in today 's opportun ities. Please do cons ider be i ng a part of t h is or othe r creative i nvolvements at Marti n- Denver and inquire of N. M. Pagan, D i rector of Techn ical and Scientific Staffing , (Dept. AA 9), The Martin Company, P . 0. Box 179, Denver 1, Co lorado.

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WESTERN ADVERTISING TROPHY FOR BEST CAMPAIGN Design of complete unit, magazine ad

Saul Bass, art director I designer Arthur Goodman, artist The Mirisch Company-Leon Roth, advertiser

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AWARDS OF DISTINCTIVE MERIT {1)

Advertising, newspaper

Arthur Shipman, art director Guy Deel, designer/artist Neiman-Marcus, advertiser (2)

Editorial art, full color

Walter Herdeg, art director Jason Hailey, designer/ artist Graphis (Switzerland), publication (3)

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Advertising art, trademarks

Keith Bright, art director/ artist The Hillside Press, client

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92 William H. Buckley, vice-president of]. Walter Thompson Company, is also art supervisor on Ford Falcon and RCA accounts. He was president of the New York Art Directors Club (1956-57), member of the Advisory Board, and Chairman of Annual Exhibition of 1955. His work has been consistently represented, with many awards, in annual exhibitions in New York and other major cities. Bill designed the present 7¢ airmail stamp, and recently received the Benjamin Franklin Award for "distinguished and outstanding public service" as a member of the Postmaster General's Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee. Referring to the Fulton award, Bill writes, "can we get credit for the copywriter, Gordon Bushell, without whose idea the poster would not have been conceived?"

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AWARDS OF DISTINCTIVE MERIT (1)

Booklet, direct mail, 3 or more colors

Leo Lionni, art director/ designer Ray Winship, copywriter Fortune Magazine, advertiser (2)

Booklet, direct mail, 3 or more colors

Herbert Lubalin, art director I designer Brownjohn, Chermayeff & Geismar, designers Lester Beall and Gene Federico, designers Percy Seitlen, copywriter The Composing Room, advertiser (3)

Sales presentations or promotion kits

Louis Dorfsman, art director I designer CBS Television Network, advertiser

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AWARDS OF DISTINCTIVE MERIT (1 )

Magazine cover, consumer magazine

Frank Zachary, art director George Giusti, artist Curtis Publishing Company, publisher Holiday, publication (2)

Editorial spread, 3 or more colors

Pasquale Del Vecchio, designerI art director Ken Heyman, photographer Esquire Inc.,publisher Esquire, publication (3)

Editorial section, 3 or more colors

Otto Storch and William Cadge, art directors Art Kane, photographer McCall Corporation, publisher McCall's, publication (4)

Company magazine, house organ

Milton Glaser, art directorI designerI artist The Push Pin Studios, publisher The Push Pin Monthly Graphic, publication

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ART DIRECTORS CLUB MEDAL Editorial section, 3 or more colors

Allen F. Hurlburt, art director/designer Kosti Ruohamaa, photographer (1, 2, 8) Hanson Carroll, photographer (3) Art Kane, photographer (4, 7) Erich Hartmann, photographer (5) Irving Lavine, photographer (6) Cowles Magazines Inc., publisher Look, publication

Its four seasons best reflect this region born of change, bred in austerity and grown to greatness. The flaming fall is freedom's cry. Winters are cruel. Spring and summer bloom and ripen suddenlyand fulfill again the promise of this land whose ancestral

NEW ENGLAND memories are all America's.

Allen F. Hurlburt, art director and a member of the Editorial Board of Look magazine since 1953, has been AD for the National Broadcasting Company, and Administrative AD of the William Weintraub Advertising Agency. He has been represented regularly in annual exhibitions of advertising and editorial art, and received gold medal awards in 1948, 1949 and 1955. His work has appeared in Graphis, Graphis Annual and the International Poster Annual. Allen was born in Bridgeport, Conn., graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, served with the 42nd Infantry Division in World War II, and now lives in New Canaan, Connecticut.

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