Cipe Pineles, 1996 AIGA Medalist, was the first autonomous woman art director of a mass-market American publication (Glamour) and the first woman asked to join the all-male New York Art Directors Club and later its Hall of Fame. She is also credited with the innovation of using fine artists to illustrate mass-market publications.
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It’s all in the process: Mexico City’s Archivo celebrates design and production
July 19, 2016
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