The Essential Cars Of Raymond Loewy, Today's Google Doodle

Today, as you hopped onto Google to find out what those pills you took were, you may have noticed the doodle was of a sepia-toned streamliner locomotive. That locomotive is referencing the work of Raymond Loewy (it's his 120th birthday), who, among his many other achievements, designed some remarkable cars. » 11/05/13 4:35pm 11/05/13 4:35pm

Buy the personal Studebaker Avanti of the man who designed it

Raymond Loewy must be the most prolific industrial designer who’s ever lived. After the Coke bottle, the Greyhound Scenicruiser and the interior of Howard Hughes’s Boeing 307, he designed the coolest American sports coupé. Loewy’s Avanti is a 1963 model and here is how it’s described by Los Angeles Modern Auctions: » 12/07/11 3:30pm 12/07/11 3:30pm

Raymond Loewy Designed 1959 Cadillac Eldorado For Sale

Raymond Loewy is one of those industrial design legends who has no problem maintaining a spot in the pantheon of automotive history. The design lead for Studebaker during the post war years, Loewy and Virgil Exner, another luminary, were responsible for some of the most forward thinking and trend setting designs of… » 5/29/08 12:45pm 5/29/08 12:45pm

Raymond Loewy: Designer of All Trades

One can't help but back Raymond Loewy. Being bloggers, we're generally polarized types this good, that bad, ad infinitum and/or end of story. And while Loewy deserves a more serious critique than we can offer here, the man designed things that inspire us to this day. From cola bottles to the Studes that dominated the… » 12/06/05 9:08pm 12/06/05 9:08pm