Cipe Pineles

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Cipe Pineles

Cipe Pineles

Seventeen , March 1948  by Cipe Pineles - First female Art Director

Seventeen , March 1948 by Cipe Pineles - First female Art Director

Seventeen , March 1948  by Cipe Pineles - First female Art Director

Seventeen , March 1948 by Cipe Pineles - First female Art Director

Cipe Pineles by Charlotte Retief

Cipe Pineles by Charlotte Retief

Cipe Pineles spread from Charm magazine, 1954

Cipe Pineles spread from Charm magazine, 1954

The graphic design career of Cipe Pineles began when she was installed by Condé Nast himself in the office of M.F. Agha, art director for Condé Nast publications Vogue, Vanity Fair, and House and Garden. Through the 30s and early 40s, Pineles learned editorial art direction from one of the masters of the era, and became (at Glamour) the first autonomous woman art director of a mass-market American publication. ... From a great biography of Pineles at The American Institute of Graphic Arts

The graphic design career of Cipe Pineles began when she was installed by Condé Nast himself in the office of M.F. Agha, art director for Condé Nast publications Vogue, Vanity Fair, and House and Garden. Through the 30s and early 40s, Pineles learned editorial art direction from one of the masters of the era, and became (at Glamour) the first autonomous woman art director of a mass-market American publication. ... From a great biography of Pineles at The American Institute of Graphic Arts

cipe pineles

cipe pineles

Cipe Pineles

Cipe Pineles

More negative space was used. Purely decorative elements disappeared.

More negative space was used. Purely decorative elements disappeared.

Cipe Pineles (1939); Dirk Fowler (2004) by b_caruthers, via Flickr

Cipe Pineles (1939); Dirk Fowler (2004) by b_caruthers, via Flickr


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