3 Responses to “U.N. logo designer celebrates 101th birthday”


  1. 1 j1350 August 5, 2008 at 3:35 pm

    I have one of the original lapel pins that was given out at the San Franscisco Conference. my stepfather was an honor guard at this event. i am interested in knowig how many pins were made and how many can still be located. i also have documents regarding the conference that went with the pin. i would appreciate any other info. anyone can give me regarding how these pins were handed out etc.

    Thank you

    jeanne menich

  2. 2 gstaadblog October 7, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    Check out our new publication on the history and design of the UN logo:


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