Fred Troller Collection
Fred Troller (1930-2002) was an influential designer who emigrated to the United States from Switzerland. He worked as design director for the Geigy Chemical Corporation in New York in the 1960s; in 1968 he opened his own studio, Troller Associates, in Rye, New York. Troller taught at SVA in the late 1960s; from 1988 to 2000 he was the chairman of the division of design at Alfred University. He was also a painter and sculptor and exhibited his work at Grace Borgenicht Gallery in New York.
General Physical Description
Scope and Contents
The Fred Troller Collection consists of 12 posters and 8 brochures.
This collection is open for research.
Fred Troller Collection, [series. item]. Milton Glaser Design Study Center and Archives, Visual Arts Foundation, New York.
The Fred Troller Collection was acquired as a gift from Beatrice Troller.
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Fred Troller Collection > Series 1. Posters
|IBM. Security is... Need to Know|
|IBM. Security is... Full-time Awareness|
|IBM. Security is... Protecting Your Password|
|IBM. Security is... Selective Protection|
|IBM. Security is... Classifying Information Properly|
|IBM Benefits... There When You Need Them... Hospitalization|
|IBM Benefits... There When You Need Them... Medical|
|United Way: People Helping People|
|United States Savings Bond Campaign. Start Now: Join the Payroll Savings Plan|
|United States Savings Bond Campaign. Look Ahead: Buy U.S. Savings Bonds|
|Fred Troller: Recent Sculpture (Borgenicht Gallery, October 26 - November 13, 1965) variation 1|
|Fred Troller: Recent Sculpture (Borgenicht Gallery, October 26 - November 13, 1965) variation 2|
|Troller Associates promotional brochure|
|IBM. Data Processor, May 1976||May 1976|
|IBM. Viewpoint, July/August 1976||May-August 1976|
|Memorial Sloan Kettering. Symbol of Hope promotional booklet|
|United Nations. 25 UN promotional booklet cover|
|IBM. Direct Access Storage Devices promotional booklet|
|Cross Siclare New York at Work for Print New York promotional booklet|
|Lippincott and Margulies. Sense 66: Marketing Quicksand: the 70s|