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These episodes track Richard's earliest years on an Oklahoma
farm during The Great Depression – to his accomplishments
as a design professional in New York City and beyond. And his
family is along for the exhilarating ride. Here in 200 pages,
with 350 illustrations, are 22 adventures in a rewarding trek
from adversity to achievement.
Richard was elected President of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and later
was Founding President of AIGA/NY. Elected to Alliance Graphique Internationale
in 1974, he also served as President of AGI/USA for many years.
He has consulted with stellar clients such as: NASA, DuPont, Seagram, FIT,
Pratt & Whitney, AT&T, South Street Seaport Museum, Harvard Business School.
In 2011, AIGA honored Danne with an "Inspiration" Design Archive Collection
on their website. He and his firm have received many national and international
awards, including the “Award for Design Excellence” from President Reagan.
* About "Dust Bowl to Gotham", Ric Grefé, AIGA Executive Director comments:
"What a wonderful book. You seem to have captured the era so well.
Congratulations on this memoir and thank you for documenting the AIGA
experience. We are placing this in the archives here."