Supergraphics, 1968, Life Magazine
The whole idea of supergraphics is to knock down walls with paint. Giant designs heighten ceiling and stretch walls of Jay Vlock’s home outside New Haven. When a dwindling budget shrank the size of the bathhouse at Sea Ranch, a resort community north of San Francisco, the architects called in Graphics Designer Barbara Stauffacher to dress up their diminished interior. In only three days, Mrs. Stauffacher transformed the stark white walls with wrap-around supergraphics that delighted the builders and residents alike.
Scanned from Life Magazine, May 3, 1968.blog comments powered by Disqus