Charts the pioneering design promotion activities of the Council of Industrial Design/Design Council from its founding in 1944.
Original artwork, photography, examples of packaging and client correspondence from one of the great names in graphic design.
2000 posters, library holdings and a significant body of documentation from the International Council of Graphic Design Organisations.
The International Council of Societies of Industrial Design has promoted the design profession at a global level since 1957.
A body of insightful papers into the worlds of fashion, clothing manufacturing, design promotion and women's professional practice.
This archive comprises designs for clients such as the Post Office and BOAC, and iconic posters for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.
A diverse range of Ministry of Information propaganda from 1939-1945, including over 80 magazines, pamphlets and other printed ephemera.
Photographs, curricula and other records documenting the activities of staff and students throughout the school's long history.
De Majo, the founder of ICOGRADA, played a significant role within the international design community in the second half of the 20th century.
Works on paper describing individual design projects, business correspondence and private papers, from Britain's most influential exhibition designer.
Clark established his reputation with designs that represent the emergence of British Pop culture.
Plans, drawings, advertisements and photographs alongside business correspondence and private papers from this under-recognised inter-war architect.
This collection of papers reflects all aspects of Mayall's work including his writing and design education projects.
A major figure in the history of typography, this archive reveals the complexities of Froshaug's concerns and enthusiasms.
A wide variety of photographs, documents, press cuttings, ledgers, plans and correspondence relating to this Brighton department store.
Display manager at Simpson (Piccadilly) Ltd. and production designer for the BBC, Kroll epitomised design excellence in a range of public contexts.
Photographs and various prototypes of the industrial designs Schottlander (1924-1999) produced during the 1950s.
Graphic designer, writer and broadcaster, Jones championed the popular arts and vernacular culture.
Extensive documentation of Crosby's influential practice across architecture, sculpture and writing.
Documents the range of Hollis' practice in graphic design.