… But when Cipe Pineles was looking for her first design job, prospective employers were interested in her portfolio—until they learned that the unusual first name belonged to a woman. Jahrhunderts nach und nach mehr soziale Gleichstellung erreichten, blieb die Designindustrie für viele Jahrzehnte eine von Männern dominierte Welt. She served in that capacity at Glamour, Seventeen, and Charm. She was known for her trailblazing as the first female art director of many major magazines, as well as being credited as the first person to bring fine art into mainstream mass-produced media. A graduate of Pratt Institute in 1929, Austrian born Cipe Pineles (1908-1991) was hired by Mr. Condé Nast himself in the early ’30s and worked as a designer at Vogue with art director Dr. M.F. Cipe Pineles: A Life of Design (Norton Books for Architects & Designers) by Cipe Pineles Golden (1999-03-17) Peripheral Nerve Disorders: Chapter 17. Cipe was art director at Conde Nast in the 1930s-60s, heading up design for numerous major publications. Es scheint heute seltsam, dass es vor allem Männer waren, die Werbung und Produkte für Marken entwarfen, die für Frauen gedacht waren. Pineles was posthumously awarded the lifetime achievement medal from the American … Cipe Pineles was an Austrian-born graphic designer and art director who made her career in New York at such magazines as Seventeen, Charm, Glamour, House & Garden, Vanity Fair and Vogue. “Fashion spread from Charm, 1957. Cipe Pineles, die Pionierin im Editorial Design. Now her vibrant legacy comes to light in the new book Leave Me Alone With the Recipes : The Life, Art & Cookbook of Cipe Pineles (Bloomsbury, 2017) featuring dozens of unpublished paintings, recipes, and stories of her remarkable life and work. Throughout her career, Pineles consistently broke the glass ceiling and paved ways for the next generation of women in the graphic design field, which had remained as an all-male industry for a … Pineles was a great illustrator who had a strong yet feminine side within her designs, which is exactly what I wanted to ex… Cipe Pineles: A Life of Design (Norton Book for Architects and Designers (Hardcover)) Today, women make up around half of the graphic design profession. Until her death in 1991, her design career had spanned for almost sixty years. Cipe Pineles was an established designer at Condé Nast when she met William Golden in the late 1930s and helped him get a job with Agha. Cipe Pineles (1908–1991) was one of the most prominent designers of the twentieth century and one of the first female art directors to work at a major magazine. She is credited with blending fine art and lively, colorful illustrations (especially of food, her passi Agha at Condé Nast in 1932, working on Vogue and Vanity Fair … A pioneering mid-century designer did just that. Golden went on to direct the corporate identity for CBS and to become a standard bearer for high quality and ethical corporate design. They learned it was the work of one of the most influential yet unsung graphic designers of the twentieth century, Cipe (pronounced “C. Cipe Pineles joined the faculty of Parsons School of Art and Design in 1963 and also worked as the school’s director of publication design. From 1962 until 1987, she taught editorial design at Parsons School of Design, and directed the design of the school’s publications. P.”) Pineles, a name you may have heard, although too few people have. She died in 1991. She is often credited with having been the first art director to commission fine artists for … Cipe Pineles at Condé Nast. She married two prominent … Following high school, she attended Pratt Institute and spent a year after graduation—supported by a scholarship—painting still lifes and trying to break into the design world. The Life, Art & Cookbook of a Legendary Designer Cipe Pineles was one of the most influential yet unsung art directors of the 20th century.