Showing items from the Henry Wolf Collection
08 Jun 2015

Henry Wolf for Karastan carpets

An excellently memorable and surreal campaign photographed by Henry Wolf for Karastan carpets.


20 Sep 2013

Future games

“Man in Control?” at Expo 67.


06 Sep 2013

Famous faces

Henry Wolf’s portraiture.


14 Aug 2013

Emphasis on graphics

Henry Wolf’s photograph for a student architectural drawing competition.


07 May 2013

On your toes

Duane Michals photographed George Balanchine for Show magazine.


15 Mar 2013

Rich and splendid

Trahey/Wolf borrow some allure from TWA.


12 Oct 2012

Politics in print, by Henry Wolf

Henry Wolf took a variety of approaches to dramatizing the American political process in his magazine design.


03 May 2012

Quiz show

In the grand tradition of magazine quizzes comes “The Whatchamacallit Game” from Esquire.


20 Dec 2011

Saks Fifth Avenue’s Folio

Henry Wolf’s work for Saks hearkened back to his days at Harper’s Bazaar and Show.


06 Dec 2011

Illustrating ‘Seventeen’

Mid-century editorial illustration from the pages of Seventeen magazine.


30 Nov 2011

Smiling faces

An assortment of Seventeen magazine advertisements from the ’50s and ’60s.


04 Apr 2011

Henry Wolf for Olivetti

In the late-1960s Henry Wolf produced a number of advertisements for Olivetti, which touched on two of his favorite devices: the use of celebrity and the distortions of scale and context used to dreamlike effect.


01 Oct 2010

I can see right through you

Henry Wolf Collection Box 7 Folder 73: Course announcement for the School of Visual Arts, c. 1964.

Henry Wolf created this School of Visual Arts course announcement for his friend, photographer Melvin Sokolsky.


23 Mar 2010

Henry Wolf on typography

In 1958 Henry Wolf, newly appointed art director for Harper’s Bazaar, was tapped by the Advertising Typographers Association to write an essay on magazine typography for their bulletin.


11 Dec 2009

Paper for packaging

Ten years before the rise of the supermarket generic brand, Champion Papers produced these colorful generic packaging designs for a series of print advertisements.