This graphic standards manual was created posthumously for Hedy Lamarr, the beautiful Hollywood silver screen actress who also led a lesser-known life as an inventor. She and George Antheil co-designed a spread-spectrum radio wave synchronization device that ended up being the precursor to today's wireless communication technology.
In this manual I present an in-depth study of Hedy Lamarr, the meaning behind the mark I created for her, how it is to be used, mechanicals of the various components of the logos, paper choice, color usage and font selection.
The entire graphic standards manual is presented in a metal attache case with a false bottom containing paraphernalia from WWII and items that would be found atop the drafting table of an inventor. Snapshots of the very patriotic Hedy Lamarr decorate the folder that holds examples of the business cards, letterhead and envelopes that were also designed.The manual itself is printed front and back on individual cards that have been placed into a black flapped folder with a string closure.