(1893 - 1986)
Raymond Loewy was active/lived in New York / France. Raymond Loewy is known for illustrator-fashion, designer.
Biography Raymond Loewy
Raymond Loewy, created a vast array of designs ranging from the Studebaker to space stations, stamps and the Shell logo. During an astonishingly varied and productive life, Loewy designed airplanes, helicopters, trains, buses, cars and speedboats, along with space stations, satellites and other conceptual works for NASA. His logos for Exxon, Shell, Lucky Strike cigarettes and Carling Black Label beer are recognized around the world.
Born, raised and educated in France, Loewy moved to New York in 1919. His unique career began in the retail fashion industry as a fashion illustrator and window-dresser, as well as a graphic and theatrical designer.
His innovative re-styling of the Gestetner duplicating machine earned him
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