(1886 - 1953)
Heyworth Campbell was active/lived in New York. Heyworth Campbell is known for publication art director, design, advertising art, typography.
Biography Heyworth Campbell
Heyworth Campbell once redesigned a newspaper. The result was so handsome and so original that Robert Benchley was impelled to “review” it in the New Yorker . The newspaper was The Morning Telegraph, and its new Campbell format, said Benchley, was “as beautiful as anything we have ever seen in a newspaper—we may just frame a copy and keep it to look at.”
That was Heyworth Campbell, fresh from seventeen years with Condé Nast, using in the Telegraph the prodigious talent that had been creating such distinctive styles for the pages of Vogue, Vanity Fair , and House and Garden.
Campbell, who was born in Philadelphia and attended art school there, came to New York in 1906. By 191
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