Katharine Kuh Gallery
A wonderful, rare keepsake that’s quite small.
An early exhibit in Japan.
An exhibit of work at the famous IBM Gallery.
Pratt Gallery presents Paul Rand.
Rand exhibited in Philadelphia.
Fifty years of typography and graphic design.
Held at the School of Visual Arts Museum, New York.
3 pictures of the invitation to the gallery opening at the University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT.
79th exhibition featuring Paul Rand, Japan.
Invitation to the gallery opening at the Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT.
Cooper Union celebrates Paul Rand, his life and work.
Paul Rand Retrospective at California State University, Chico
An exhibit showcasing the covers of UCLA's Extension program, from 1990-2007.
Exhibit showcasing Paul Rand's more prominent works.
This exhibition features trademarks, character-marks, print advertising, P.O.P, packaging and signage from 18 of Rand's brands.
A small exhibit in Edinburgh, Scotland.
An Atlanta exhibit based on Rand's writings and how he defined design.
Yale digs into their collection to showcase rare work.
Rand returns to New York City to an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York.
UMMA presents a small exhibit of posters, brochures and sketches.
Explores the projects of over 40 designers who advocated for playfulness and whimsy within their creations.
Announcement postcard for a Cooper Union Event
Poster for a lecture in Cincinnati.
Poster for a lecture in Minneapolis.
Poster for a lecture in Philadelphia.
2 pictures of the invitation to the gallery opening at the Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT.
Steven Heller talks to a crowd of students and educators about all things design.
Steven Heller’s speech to a sold-out crowd in conjunction with the MODA exhibit in Atlanta.
Kit Hinrichs talks about Rand and his contemporaries.
A 2-day event celebrating design.
Michael Skjei shares his personal collection of logo presentation books.
Wright Auction house in Chicago, IL. sells personal items from the Rand estate.
Steven Heller shares never-before-seen sketches.
Chris Pullman discusses clues to Rand's thought process.