Issue 78

Issue 78


Muriel Cooper

Muriel Cooper was a pioneering graphic designer who helped bring the International Typographic Style to the United States. She was the first art director of MIT's Office of Publications in the 1950s, and then in 1967, she became the first design director of the MIT Press, where she created the iconic MIT Press logo.

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