Herb Lubalin

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the front cover of an american car are death traps magazine, with black and white lettering
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Most people recognize the name Herb Lubalin in association with the typeface Avant Garde yet his career spanned a much wider scope than that. The creative force behind the forward thinking magazines Avant-Garde, Eros and Fact, Lubalin was a constant boundary breaker on both a visual and social level. “Part of the founding team of the International Typeface Corporation (ITC) and the principal of Herb Lubalin Inc, it was hard to...
the front cover of fact magazine
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Herb Lubalin, fact:, 1964
Poster designed by Herb Lubalin - 1966 used typeface Wolf Antiqua by Hans-Furg. Quoted By Denis Masharov. Illustrators, Graphic Design Posters, Typography Poster, Typographic Poster, Graphic Design Typography
Poster designed by Herb Lubalin - 1966 used typeface Wolf Antiqua by Hans-Furg. Quoted By Denis Masharov.
an old book with the words fact written in black and white on it's cover
‘Flat File — Fact Magazine’ from ‘Issue N°1 — Fact Magazine’
In 1964 something really interesting happened. Ralph Ginzburg who less then a year ago had been convicted, and sentenced to 5 years in prison for publishing transgressions, refused to be silenced. His reaction to the conviction, besides the logical legal appeal, was to create another controversial magazine. He called it Fact, and reenlisted Herb Lubalin, with whom he created Eros magazine, to be its Art Director.
the front cover of fact magazine
‘Flat File — Fact Magazine’ from ‘Issue N°1 — Fact Magazine’
In 1964 something really interesting happened. Ralph Ginzburg who less then a year ago had been convicted, and sentenced to 5 years in prison for publishing transgressions, refused to be silenced. His reaction to the conviction, besides the logical legal appeal, was to create another controversial magazine. He called it Fact, and reenlisted Herb Lubalin, with whom he created Eros magazine, to be its Art Director.
the front cover of an american car are death traps magazine, with black and white lettering
‘Flat File — Fact Magazine’ from ‘Issue N°1 — Fact Magazine’
In 1964 something really interesting happened. Ralph Ginzburg who less then a year ago had been convicted, and sentenced to 5 years in prison for publishing transgressions, refused to be silenced. His reaction to the conviction, besides the logical legal appeal, was to create another controversial magazine. He called it Fact, and reenlisted Herb Lubalin, with whom he created Eros magazine, to be its Art Director.
the back side of an envelope with numbers and letters in red, white, and blue
Graphic Design: Monotype and Pentagram show celebrates 100 years of type in design
1966 tdc annual competition herb-lubalin + john-pistilli
an open book with the words the diving tree written in green and red on it
Herb Lubalin's Saturday Evening Post
The Saturday Evening POST, 1961. Design by Herb Lubalin. - Magazine inspiration
an open book with black and white artwork on it's cover, titled the trumpet
Georgia’s always on my mind
graphic from the USIA’s graphic arts exhibition that toured the USSR by Herb Lubalin (1962)
an ad for land rover showing the front end of a car
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an open book with black and white writing on the front cover is shown in full color
Creator: Herb Lubalin, Part 7
Herb Lubalin
a piece of paper with the words yes written in blue on it and an image of a
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an advertisement for the new bros jewelry line featuring marilyn monroe in many different styles
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Eros, art director: Herb Lubalin
an old magazine cover with a woman's face and the words fact on it
Creator: Herb Lubalin, Part 3
Herb Lubalin I'm really feelin' the way the semicolon fits in the nook of the 't'
an old fashioned alphabet with letters and numbers
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Creative typography by Herb Lubalin