Raymond loewy design

Explore the iconic designs of Raymond Loewy, a trailblazing designer who revolutionized various industries. Discover how his innovative creations continue to inspire and influence modern culture today.
If It's Hip, It's Here (Archives): Visionary Raymond Loewy Honored In Google Doodle And A Look At Some Of His Greatest Designs. Industrial, Doodles, Doodle, Vintage Cars, Design, Raymond Loewy Design, Raymond Loewy, Raymond, Studebaker

Today’s Google Doodle honors what would have been the 120th birthday of French industrial designer Raymond Loewy (1893-1986). The Doodle, a pencil sketch, was inspired by the Pennsylvania Railroad's S1 steam locomotive he designed as you can clearly see the resemblance to Loewy's original sketch in the above image. So what did Raymond Loewy actually design? Believe it or not, pretty much everything. From the world's best known brand logos, pencil sharpeners, clocks, kitchen appliances, coke…

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The streamlined Art Deco styled shell of the locomotive was designed by Raymond Loewy. In 1937, Pennsylvania Railroad officials decided to build a new passenger locomotive to replace its aging K4s locomotive. Zug, Art Deco, Retro, Streamline Moderne, Design, Art Nouveau, Ulm, Vintage, Raymond Loewy

Streamlining the old steam locomotives was done for several reasons, as backups for the diesels that weren't trusted as much as the steam engines, and because it was cheaper to facelift old engines than by new diesels, and they felt the streamlined engines would be good for 2-10 % more weight load. The fact that they are beautiful helps too. In 1934 the New York Central went with the expertise of industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss, who had only worked in design since 1929. Dreyfuss designed…

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