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Image from U&lc May 1987, a set on FlickR  The International Typeface Corporation  U&lc: Influencing Design and Typography

U&Lc May 1987 (U&lc, Herb Lubalin and the International Typeface Corporation, 1970 -

Herb Lubalin (designer) and tom carnase (letterer), proposed Magazine logo, 1967. The ampersand enfolds and protects the child in a visual metaphor for motherly love.

Herb Lubalin “Mother & Child” was a magazine that has never been published. It was designed by Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase in 1965

Eros |  Ralph Ginzburg |  Eros was a beautifully designed subscription-only erotic magazine created by Ralph Ginzburg in 1962. It was the first American magazine to feature intimacy between a black man and a white woman. In 1963, Ginzburg was charged with obscenity and sentenced to five years in prison (serving eight months)

Magazine cover design – in pictures

Fly free

This logotype illustrates freedom literally by having the op half of the M fly off like a bird. The logotype uses the comparison of birds and freedom as a message. This logotype is effective in communicating meaning.

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Herb Lubalin Biography - Herb Lubalin was a celebrated twentieth century American graphic designer. He is recognized for his collaboration with Ralph Ginzburg on three of Ginzburg'

Politically charged anti-war poster. Lubalin both designed the poster and wrote the text for an AIGA exhibition called ‘Survival’. According to Ed Benguiat, the cockroaches were frozen in order to get the shot. Here shown in recreated poster format. Date: 1972.

Herb Lubalin: This politically charged anti war poster was designed (and written) by Herb Lubalin done in 1972 for an AIGA exhibition called in Graphic Design


Andrei Pasternak / Project: Logo Design Study / Client: School Project / Role: Design *via Krop… FYI: pinning an image from Krop does NOT bring the Creative’s name with it (from the difficult-to-search Pluck’t, or even from a Portfolio). Not Kool.