Herman and Lees Associates: Design and Communications

You won’t learn much from a quick google of “Herman and Lees Associates.” We mean, you might. But it’ll involve some work. But this look book will fill you in. (Actually, they refer to it as a corporate resume.) These two meant business. There is so much good and notable work here, all made right down the street at 67 Winthrop Street in Cambridge, built in 1877 for James Manter Hilton and George H. Stearns and acquired by Harvard in 1986 (FYI). Anyway, in this book you’ll see work for Polaroid, Raytheon, and a host of others. We’re being lazy by not typing more, but we’re on vacation and this is really a book that speaks for itself. It’s really strong work from Boston that was used all over the world. Wicked scarce.
  • Size: 10.75 × 10.5 inches
  • Pages: 80
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Herman and Lees, n.d., but we’d guess early 1980s