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Uncommon catalogue consisting of archival images of motion in all its forms: animal, human, mechanical, and digital. Compiled by Experiments in Motion, whose website describes itself as a "research initiative conducted by the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in partnership with Audi of America to develop and test new paradigms in the relationship between motion, mobility and design."
Scarce book of design theory based on the broad concept of connections. Caplan, who was editor of INDUSTRIAL DESIGN magazine and teacher of design criticism at the School of Visual Arts in New York, was a consultant to the Herman Miller company and author of The Design of Herman Miller, published in 1976.
Vibrant archive of marketing, presentation, mailing, advertising, and sales materials for a wide assortment of (primarily) candy and other confections from McCormick's Limited and affiliated bakeries - consisting mainly of a colorful collection of 175 original photographs of various McCormick products.
Advertising portfolio for the introduction of the pull-tab aluminum can, the packaging features a churchkey motif with the tagline "Who needs it? Nobody needs it!" Likely distributed to potential buyers like beer and soda producers, the portfolio contains samples of ads placed by Alcoa in major publications like LIFE and TIME, with information on their promotional schedule.