DESIGN COORDINATION AND CORPORATE IMAGE by F. Henrion and Alan Parkin. 1967 First Edition in Laminated Aluminum Foil Dust jacket. 208 Pages with 27 Case Studies. Henrion and Alan Parkin: DESIGN COORDINATION AND CORPORATE IMAGE. New York and London: Reinhold Publishing/Studio Vista, 1967. Black cloth titled in metallic blue. Laminated aluminum foil dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with one-, two- and 4-color examples. Jacket lightly scratched with trace of edgewear and a small chip to spine crown. Interior unmarked and very clean. An exceptional copy of this rare volume: a nearly fine copy in a very good or better dust jacket. 9.75 x 10.5 hardcover book with 208 pages profusely illustrated with one-, two- and 4-color examples. Printed in Gouda Holland by NV Drukkerij Koch en Knuttel. Dust jacket printed in 4-colors by letterpress using the Dufex process. The material is wax-laminated aluminum foil and it should not be subjected to high temperature. As a British citizen after WWII, [Henrion] designed publications, exhibitions, household products, interiors and jewellery, and in the 1960s he became the founding father of modern corporate identity in Europe. A very desirable volume. His reputation was already established when he designed KLMs identity in 1961, but it didnt stop the Dutch airline questioning his design. Apparently, KLM accepted the design only after protracted deliberation, considering it too advanced. It is perhaps testament to KLMs vision and courage that the symbol entered service at all, but the fact that it is still in use today even following KLMs merger with Air France in 2004 (to form Air France-KLM) is testament to Henrions simple, bold and undeniably modern design. Contents include well illustrated case studies for. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Olympic Games, Tokyo 1964. Designers include Otl Aicher, Franco Albini, Alan Ball, Walter Ballmer, Saul Bass, Lester Beall, Derek Birdsall, Misha Black, Enzo Bonini, Pieter Brattinga, Marcel Breuer, Donald Brun, Erberto Carboni, Eugenio Carmi, Centro/Boggeri, Crosby Fletcher Forbes, Wim Crouwel, Design Research Unit, Charles Eames, Olle Eksell, Gerstner Gredinger And Kutter, Yusaka Kamekura, E. Mcknight Kauffer, Leo Lionni, Seymour Lipton, Fridolin Muller, Bruno Munari, George Nelson, Pierluigi Nervi, Constantino Nivola, Marcello Nizzoli, Eliot Noyes, Gio Ponti, Paul Rand, Dieter Rot, Eero Saarinen, Hans Schleger, Anton Stankowski, Otto Treumann, Massimo Vignelli, Carlo Vivarelli, Benno Wissingand many others. From the University of Plymouth press release on a Henrion exhibit: Frederic Henri Kay Henrion OBE (German / Englsih 1914 1990) was born in Nuremberg, Germany. Henrion studied at the École Paul Colin, Paris before emigrating to England in 1936, and adopted British nationality in 1946. Although possibly best remembered for his wartime posters, he was also responsible for introducing the concept of corporate identity to both Britain and indeed Europe. Beyond these areas, he worked as a highly influential exhibition designer and product designer, as well as in magazine and book design, jewelry design and painting. His firm Henrion Design Associates (1951), which became HDA International in 1972, did corporate identity projects for numerous leading international companies. He was the author/designer of AGI Annals (1990), and taught at the Royal College of Art and the London College of Printing. He was a president and frequently a board member of AGI, SIAD and Icograda. Henrion organized the annual Icograda Student Seminars in London (197490), an eagerly awaited event on the UK college calendar. For an excellent and ever-changing selection of rare and out-of-print design books and periodicals covering all aspects of 20th-century visual culture. Please contact me for details. The item “1967 F H K Henrion CORPORATE IMAGE DESIGN COORDINATION Aicher BASS Eames RAND” is in sale since Sunday, January 17, 2021. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “modernism101″ and is located in Shreveport, Louisiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.