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KA. Kellen Design Archives Collections

 Record Group
Identifier: KA

Found in 165 Collections and/or Records:

Andrée Golbin papers

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0019-01
Summary

After graduating from Parsons School of Design in 1943, Andrée Golbin (1923-2006) led a long career as a painter, graphic artist and illustrator. Serving as art director for Mademoiselle magazine in the early 1950s, Golbin also created artwork for a diverse list of clients, including several modern dance companies, Henri Bendel, and American Cyanamid. This collection contains examples of Golbin's drawings and completed projects.

Dates: 1947 - 1996

Anson Seeno collection of political posters

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0165-01
Abstract

This collection, compiled by artist and activist Anson Seeno, consists of posters, fliers, and other graphic materials representing activist movements in Nicaragua and El Salvador, against gentrification and combatting homelessness in New York City, the politics of AIDS and U.S. governmental politics. Many of the posters date from the 1980s.

Dates: circa 1960s-2017; Majority of material found within 1980-1992

Anthony Pellino student work

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0104-01
Scope and Content of Collection

The collection consists of examples of Anthony Pellino's student art and design work, the bulk of which was completed in 1983, in his first year at Parsons. The notes that appear throughout the collection guide were compiled from notes made by Pellino at the time that he donated his work to the New School Archives.

Dates: 1982 - 1986

Arthur Segal woodcuts

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0074-01
Summary

The collection consists of 68 prints out of a set of 70 from woodcuts created by Romanian-born painter Arthur Segal (1875-1944) between 1912 and 1919. The prints, from Segal's original blocks, were made on handmade paper by William Carter, and published by Richard Nathanson.

Dates: Woodcuts created 1912-1919; Printed 1972

Barry Parnell collection of Quentin Blake ephemera, illustrations and books

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0159-01
Abstract

This collection contains holiday cards, illustrations and children’s books sent to Barry Parnell by illustrator Quentin Blake and author John Yeoman over the span of nearly fifty years, testament to their lifelong friendship. 

Dates: circa 1969-circa 2016

Bea Feitler papers

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0014-01
Abstract Bea Feitler (1938-1982) graduated from Parsons School of Design in 1959 with a degree in Graphic Arts and Advertising. She went on to a noted career as a designer of books, magazines, posters and more. Feitler served as art director for Harper's Bazaar and Ms. magazines; consulting art director for Condé Nast; and designer for Rolling Stone magazine. Professional work in this collection...
Dates: 1920 - 1981; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1980

Bernard Design International renderings

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0003-01
Summary

In 1960, Bess Bernard established her own company, Bernard Design International, Ltd., specializing in interior design projects for commercial and residential spaces. The collection (1960s-1980s) consists of forty-two watercolor and pencil renderings produced by various artists for Bernard Design International.

Dates: 1960s-1980s

Bob Hiemstra fashion and concept illustrations

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0132-01
Summary

The collection consists of approximately 500 professional illustrations by Parsons School of Design alumnus Bob Hiemstra, from the beginning of the 1980s into the early 1990s, when he produced fashion and spot illustrations for a wide range of magazines, newspapers, cosmetic companies and department stores.

Dates: circa 1975-1994

Bonnie Cashin, Philip Sills & Company publicity photographs

 Collection — Binder 1
Identifier: KA-0059-01
Abstract

American fashion designer Bonnie Cashin (1908-2000) had a longstanding partnership with manufacturer Philip Sills and Co., spanning 1953 into the mid-1970s. This collection represents 65 fashion photographs, some with accompanying press releases, from 1967-1968.

Dates: circa 1967-1968

Bruce Buttfield renderings and photographs

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0007-01
Summary

Interior decorator Bruce Buttfield (1897-1969) made his mark in the 1930s by creating distinctive furniture and rooms. In 1931, he designed the interior of the original Whitney Museum building on Eighth Street in New York City. The collection includes photographs and color renderings of Buttfield interiors.

Dates: circa 1930s - 1950s