Raymond Loewy

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    1. 1. Retrieved fromhttp://industrial.design.iastate.edu
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    4. 4. Retrieved from Retrieved from http://www.examiner.com http://industrial.design.iastate.edu StreamliningRetrieved fromhttp://www.timbouckley.com
    5. 5. “Simplify products, make them more economical, easier to maintain and fail-safeso as not to burden further the consumers already hectic life; avoid unnecessarycostly annoyances and irritations; do not indulge in „yearly model‟ changesunless they are justified by sound functional and/or economical costadvantages”, (Loewy, 1975)“Good appearance was a salable commodity, that it often cuts costs,enhanced a products prestige, raised corporate profits, benefited thecustomer, and increased employment” (Loewy, 1979)"Loewy keeps one eye on the imagination and one eye on the cash register.”(Luckman, n.d.)
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    7. 7. Retrieved from http://www.lamborghini.co.nz/ Retrieved from http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com
    8. 8. Winchip, S.M. (2010). Visual Culture in the built Environment –A Global Perspective.USA: Fairchils Books.Jodard, P (1992). Raymond Loewy. New York: Tapfinger. .Eisen, J. (1986). The Washington Post: 1974-Current File. Washington, D.C.Kulik, O. (2003). Raymond Loewy: Designs for a Consumer Culture; at the HagleyMuseum and Library. Technology and Culture, 44(3), 566-573. Retrieved fromHttp://www.jstor.org//Loewy, R. (2000). Industrial Design. London: Laurence King Publishing.Loewy, R. (1951). Never leave well enough alone. New York: Simon and Schuster.Raymond Loewy. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.modip.ac.uk
    9. 9. (In alphabetical order)Jessica Akavi Birth, death, education and careerJosie Boakes Rays influences and how he influenced usDavid Pasanen PowerPoint designNeal Redward -Lily West How Ray became famous, what’s interesting and APASamantha Whitmore What we find interesting about him

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