Nata Lee

Nata Lee

New York / Architect + Designer + Curator-in-Training + Masters Student [History + Theory of Design] @ Parsons, NYC
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Gallery & Co. packaging design by Foreign Policy Design Group - http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2018/01/gallery-co.html

Gallery & Co. packaging design by Foreign Policy Design Group - http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2018/01/gallery-co.html

Paul Rand | 1938 | DIRECTION Vol 1, #9: November-December | Paul Rand's first Direction cover & first published experiment with abstraction in his design. The three-dimensional clipped map of Czechoslovakia was bisected with red lines to suggest a pair of scissors dividing the country after the Sudetenland was relegated to Germany in October of 1938. | Direction was the laboratory where Rand tested many of this developing theories of modern design and typography. Because he worked without

Paul Rand | 1938 | DIRECTION Vol 1, #9: November-December | Paul Rand's first Direction cover & first published experiment with abstraction in his design. The three-dimensional clipped map of Czechoslovakia was bisected with red lines to suggest a pair of scissors dividing the country after the Sudetenland was relegated to Germany in October of 1938. | Direction was the laboratory where Rand tested many of this developing theories of modern design and typography. Because he worked without

Herbert Bayer | 1924 | Design for a Cigarette Pavilion | Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, photo: Hermann Kiessling  © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn

Herbert Bayer | 1924 | Design for a Cigarette Pavilion | Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, photo: Hermann Kiessling © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn

Lucian Bernhard | 194? | U.S. Amoco Gas AD | Bernhard's american approaches "increased attention to copyline." |

Lucian Bernhard | 194? | U.S. Amoco Gas AD | Bernhard's american approaches "increased attention to copyline." |

Peter Behrens | ~1908 | AEG Ad for Tachometer | As Artist Advisor to AEG, Behrens oversaw graphic and product design; the former included external publications, advertisements, symbols and trademarks. | the design of factory design, transport depots, model housing estates, were also designed/oversaw by Behrens

Peter Behrens oversaw graphic and product design for A. Advertisement designed by Peter Behrens

Henry van de Velde | 1897 | Tropon 'house style' | the first Jugenstil commercial commission for an everyday product |

Henry Van de Velde - His Art Nouveau designs, always bent with dynamic curves, are some of the most typical of the period. They often turn to abstraction like the placard for the Tropon firm.

Charlotte Perriand | 1927 | Bars sous le toit | shown at Salon d’Automne and highly praised. | Originally designed for her own apartment, was created shortly after reading Vers une architecture and L’art Decoratif D’aujourd’hui, she met Corbusier shortly thereafter and was hired on as furniture designer at his firm.

Bar sous le Toît (Bar under the Roof) created for the Salon d’Automne exhibition in Paris by Charlotte Perriand