This is the fourth blog post in our series on graphic design in letterhead.
For this post, we will be showcasing examples of design found in letterhead of press releases closer to home, from the Society as a whole, as well as releases from the Bronx Zoo and the New York Aquarium. Continue reading
Here’s the third post in our series on graphic design in letterhead. This installment features stationery from zoos and aquaria in the U. S. Midwest, and includes multiple examples from a couple of zoos: Continue reading
Continuing our series on graphic design in letterhead, this installment features stationery from zoos and aquaria in the western United States during the mid 1950s – early 1970s. (Letterhead from the late 19th and early 20th centuries is the subject of another post!)
Which is your favorite? (You can right-click on the images to open them in new tabs and examine them more closely.)
In the 20th Century, before the internet became ubiquitous, an organization’s written correspondence was one of its primary points of contact with its partners, suppliers, and the public. Accordingly, stationery became an important medium for graphic design. The Wildlife Conservation Society Archives contains numerous pieces of correspondence with striking, beautiful, or amusing examples of letterhead design.