Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Lance Wyman

[USA] (b 1937)

"(..) Lance Wyman graduated from the Pratt Institute with a degree in industrial design in 1960. The subject of graphic design was just being introduced in American universities at the time; when Wyman met a student who studied logo design with Paul Rand at Yale, he wanted to design logos (..)In 1966, he participated in a design competition for the graphics for the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games. His "Mexico68" logotype was the winner, and launched his career. Wyman remained in Mexico for four and one-half years, following his Olympic work with development of graphic programs for the Mexico City Metro and the 1970 World Cup competition. (..) After returning to New York in 1971, Wyman formed a partnership with Bill Cannan (Wyman & Cannan). In 1979, he established his own firm, Lance Wyman Ltd. He has also taught corporate and wayfinding design at Parsons School of Design since 1973.."


Mexico 1967 "1968 Olympic Games (3rd Series)" (9,9,9) [Photo] Sc(981,...,985)(C328,...,C331) [ images credit of StampWorld ]

Mexico 1968 "1968 Olympic Games (4th Series)" (10) [Photo] Sc(990,...,995)(C335,...,C338) [ images credit of StampWorld ]

Mexico 1968 "Dr. Martin Luther King Commemorations" (1) [Photo] Sc(C339)

Mexico 1968 "Olympic Games, Mexico/ Inauguration Issue" (1) [Photo] Sc(996,...,1001)(C340,...,C344) [ images credit of StampWorld ]

Mexico 1969 "World cup Football Championships" (2,2,2) [Photo] Sc(C350,C351) [ images credit of StampWorld ]

Mexico 1969 "Inauguration of the Mexico City Subway" (1) [Photo] Sc(1005)

Mexico 1969 "First Man on the Moon" (1) [Photo] Sc(C353)

Mexico 1970 "World Cup Football Championship" (2,2,2) [Photo] Sc(C372,C373)

Mexico 1970 "25th Anniversary of the UN" (1) [Photo] Sc(C376)

Mexico 1970 "Total Eclipse of the Sun on 7 of March" (1) [Photo] Sc(1030)

USA 1972 "Olympic Games, Sapporo and Munich" (4,4,4) [Photo] Sc(1460,...,1462,C85)

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