Google Doodle Celebrates Life And Work Of Raymond Loewy

Raymond Loewy ‘Father Of Industrial Design’

The Google Doodle for today celebrates the life and work of Raymond Loewy, often remembered as the 'father of industrial design'.
By Neil Hendry

This beautifully drawn sketch captures the essence of the period of design when a pencil and piece of paper were the design tools of choice.

Raymond Loewy (November 5, 1893 – July 14, 1986) was an industrial designer who achieved fame for the magnitude of his design efforts across a variety of industries.

He was recognized for this by Time magazine and featured on its cover on October 31, 1949. Born in France to a Jewish family, he spent most of his professional career in the United States. Among his designs were the Shell, Exxon,TWA and the former BP logos, the Greyhound Scenicruiser bus, Coca-Cola vending machines, the Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 and S-1locomotives, the Lucky Strike package, Coldspot refrigerators, the Studebaker Avanti and Champion, and the Air Force One livery. His career spanned seven decades.



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