Series DC 087/3 - Graphic design work

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DC 087/3

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Graphic design work

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  • c1963-1968 (Creation)

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30 files

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Works completed during Winning's time in the Graphics department, including a book design; advertisement and illustration designs; logo and symbol designs; sketches and drawings. Includes "A Histo-Pathology of Fatal Diseases," one of Winning's degree show works. Also includes a white dress made by Winning and worn on a model in a photograph that accompanies an advertisement design, as well as an award-winning logo design for Mavor and Coulson.

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(1946-)

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Lindsay Wadey (1946- ) was a student at The Glasgow School of Art from 1963-1967. During her time at GSA, she studied in the General Course and the Graphics department, and was part of Section 5 under Ted Odling. She also studied under Edward Powell and Gordon Huntly, among others. Her work includes advertisement and product design, one of which won first prize for a logo project for Mavor and Coulson.

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Dimensions: 765 x 782 mm (largest)

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GB 1694 DC 087/3

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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