Commercial art -- United States -- 20th century
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Materials pertaining to exhibits that were produced for the general public. These materials include correspondence, schematics of exhibits, brochures, tour guides, news stories and previews of the exhibits.
Included in these exhibits are "The Brain" and "The Cell" which were famous exhibits done by Will Burtin that toured the country's museums. Also included are files concerning the old fashioned Upjohn Drug Store at Disneyland.
Pamphlets, guides, serials, samples, packets, and catalogs collected by Upjohn Company graphic designer Hugh J. Moser (1925-2009) relating to the field of graphic design / commercial art from the mid to late twentieth century. Materials on budgeting, estimating, creative process, layout, design, illustration, photography, typography, platemaking, paper, ink, printing processes, die cutting, embossing, binding, finishing and specialty printing.
The material in this series consists of the two volumes of the Medical Tribune newspaper, paintings and illustrations of equipment, vinyl records from the Dewolf Music Library used for background music for film, television, and radio, drug leaflets and portfolios, a ledger and the N. B. Keeney and Sons Bean record, labels and sample books, painted transparencies, other miscellaneous oversized materials such as posters and signs, and the Uriah Upjohn medical journal.