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Cipe Pineles: Zoo - Parsons’ Design for Environment Competition poster
Graphic designer and art director Cipe Pineles—of Seventeen, Charm, and Mademoiselle magazines—was the first independent female American graphic designer.
Seventeen - Cipe Pineles - July 1949 "what appears to be a mirror image was carefully nuanced to create a more interesting trompe l'oeil.
Cipe Pineles- ‘Parsons Bread’, book cover sketch, 1973 http://stbride.org/public/friends/conference/twentiethcenturygraphiccommunication/CipePineles.html
Marjorie Hillis, New York Fair or No Fair A Guide For The Woman Vacationist. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, Jacket illustration by Cipe Pineles.
Charm cover January 1954 (art directed by Cipe Pineles) - shows contrast in b&w and running text as backdrop = new and experimental ideas at time.
Cipe Pineles - Look at the composition of the elements in her layouts. She used scale and proportion to create a sense of depth and movement in the page.
Corned Beef and Caviar (For the Live-Aloner) cover by Cipe Pineles.
Design History Mashup: Cipe Pineles
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“Potato instructions ("taters, spuds, murphies") by Cipe Pineles 1948