Alexey Cheslavovich Brodovitch father of modern Graphic Design, was a Russian-born photographer, designer and instructor who is most famous for his art direction of fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar from 1938 to
Alexey Brodovitch. He was an artist, graphic designer, art director, photographer, and teacher, but above all, he was a pervasive aesthetic presence whose lasting influence was felt throughout the entire visual arts. Inducted in the Art Directors Hall of Fame in 1972. - Harper's Bazaar, August 1947
Cipe Pineles, Seventeen Magazine cover, July She became the first woman admitted to membership in the New York Art Director’s Club, breaking the barrier to the male-dominated professional design societies.