A Colorful Life Gere Kavanaugh, Designer by Louise Sandhaus & Kat Catmur
In 1910, the real Miss Lily Todd became the first woman in the world to build and design an airplane. She did it even though the odds were against her every step of the way and then, she disappeared into history. This is our story for Lily, to celebrate her courage and determination, and to inspire all those who dare to dream. The book is based on the Student Academy® Award-winning short, animated feature Miss Todd.
Hardcover with jacket
10.75"H x 9.5"W
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The designer Gere Kavanaugh is an irrepressible force of nature who epitomized the craft and folk vibe of the '60s and '70s California design scene and remains a larger-than-life personality today. Kavanaugh put her unique stamp on textiles, furniture, toys, graphics, store and restaurant interiors, holiday decor, housewares, and public art—even designing and curating exhibitions. Kavanaugh was awarded the AIGA Medal in 2016, recognizing her "prodigious and polymathic approach to design."
- 7.75 x 1.25 x 10.5 inches
- 220 pages
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