Our legendary client Raymond Loewy designed this one pot cooker in 1958 and it has just been re-launched by Le Creuset.
Peter Sellers Images in Connection with Bulgari’s History Including New Book, Bulgari Monete Collection
Bulgari recently secured the use of photos of actor and comedian Peter Sellers to be used in conjunction with the brand’s story of their heritage and new book, Bulgari Monete Collection.
Peter Sellers was photographed taking photos before a Bulgari display window shop in Via dei Condotti, Rome in 1979.
The use of the photos of Sellers will be part of the brand’s historical timeline to be used on their website and in stores.
The above photo of Sellers can also be found in the third book, in the Bulgari Collection series to be officially released on April 22, 2014 with pre-ordering on Amazon available now.
The book, Bulgari Monete Collection by Marion Fasel, marks the jewelry brand’s 130th birthday and will be available for purchasing in Bulgari stores.
Chicago, Illinois – In honor of Women’s History Month, the Woodson Regional Library will host the one-woman show, Life of Bessie Coleman, on March 13, 2014 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the library’s auditorium.
Life of Bessie Coleman is a reenactment of the world’s first African-American female to become a licensed pilot in the 1920’s. Bessie Coleman is portrayed by Gigi Coleman, the great niece of the famous daredevil. This reenactment pays tribute to the aviator’s achievements and determination that will never be forgotten.
This program is FREE and open to the public. For more information, call 312-747-6921.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Star recently published an article about CMG’s new image featured on windows near the front entrance of the building located on 1500 Crosspoint Boulevard in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Since November, huge photo graphics of James Dean, Amelia Earhart, Bettie Page, and Jackie Robinson hanging from the building hinted at the focus of the business tucked away in Fishers. It was the first outward signs that CMG Worldwide which represents about 250 celebrities — and a hidden gem of a museum open to the public — is stepping up its visibility.
For most of the company’s existence, chairman and CEO Mark Roesler said in a telephone interview from Hong Kong, he deliberately kept CMG’s profile low, simply foregoing signage or other symbols that would alert passersby to the business.
But last year, he decided it was time — in the Internet age that allows instant transmission of images and because of the visual nature of much of his business — to, well, be visible.
Read the full Indy Star article about CMG and its new look here.
Local Indianapolis photographer Steve Kinnett took this amazing picture of part of our holiday light display featuring 30,000 Christmas lights at our CMG headquarters. This is the 16th year we adorned our trees with lights. Over 110,000 cars pass by CMG daily on I-69, just north of Indianapolis.
The iconic Coca-Cola glass bottle, the Greyhound Scenicruiser, the shell of Air Force One, the Shell logo, the Studebaker Avanti, a tear drop shaped streamlined pencil sharpener, and the Elna Lotus sewing machine were all designed by the same man – Raymond Loewy.
So, it’s only fitting Google would honor one of the most influential designers of all time, on what would be his 120th birthday, with a Google Doodle.
Today’s Doodle is inspired by the Pennsylvania Railroad’s S1 steam locomotive he designed. Check it out here:
Happy Birthday, Raymond Loewy!