Next time you see an image of Air Force One taking off, think Coca-Cola and Lucky Strikes. The look of today’s presidential plane, emblazoned with “United States of America” on the blue-and-white fuselage, originated with a quiet collaboration between President John F. Kennedy and Raymond Loewy, who was perhaps the most accomplished commercial image and design expert of the post-World War II era...Read More.
Raymond Loewy Limited Edition Le Creuset Cast Iron Coquelle Launches in South Korea
Le Creuset is thrilled to announce the limited edition re-launch of COQUELLE 2014 in South Korea. First launched in 1958, the Le Creuset COQUELLE was designed by Raymond Loewy also known as the “father of modern design.”
Loewy’s designs included the Coca-Cola bottle, the logos for Shell and Exxon, the Greyhound bus, the Lucky Strike cigarette pack, and the S1 Locomotive.
To learn more about Raymond Loewy and his designs, click here.
Limited Edition Raymond Loewy Le Creuset Cast Iron Coquelle
Today’s Google Doodle honors what would have been the 120th birthday of Raymond Loewy (1893-1986), often referred to as the “father of industrial design” who ”made products irresistible at a time when nobody really wanted to pay for anything,” as TIME once wrote.
A section written by Raymond Loewy’s daughter Laurence. Stories about her father and his impact on the world of design.
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The Official Web Site of Raymond Loewy has everything you want to know about the Father of Industrial Design. Read the biography of this legendary designer and learn some fast facts about him. Browse the photo gallery for some pictures of both Raymond Loewy and his designs! Click here for more!
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