Coca-Cola bottle, Shell logo, Lucky Strike cigarette package and locomotives for the Pennsylvania Railroad — what do all these items have in common? They were all designed by the same man, Raymond Loewy, one of the most influential industrial 

Visit Google's homepage today and you won't see the typical Google logo. Instead, the logo is cleverly hidden inside what looks to be a very fast and futuristic-looking train. That's because Google is celebrating the 120th 

Coca-Cola bottle, Shell logo, Lucky Strike cigarette package and locomotives for the Pennsylvania Railroad — what do all these items have in common? They were all designed by the same man, Raymond Loewy, one of the most influential industrial 

Today's Google Doodle honors what would have been the 120th birthday of French industrial designer Raymond Loewy (1893-1986). The Doodle, a pencil sketch, was inspired by the Pennsylvania Railroad's S1 steam 

Today, Google celebrates what would have been the 120th birthday of Raymond Loewy, who was known as the father of industrial design. He was responsible for brand logos from Exxon Mobil, Shell Oil, Lucky Strikes white package and Schick electric razors 


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