Egmont Arens (born in 1888 with Cleveland, and died in 1966 with New York) is a former sports correspondent with the daily newspaper Platform-Citizen of Albuquerque (New Mexico). In 1917, it founds a printing works of press, Flying Stag Press, and publishes the reviews Creative Art and Playboy (which is then a review devoted to the modern art). He becomes later the editor association of the Vanity Fair review. Arens will also work in the advertizing agency of Earnest Elmo Calkins, where it begins a career of industrial designer by creating a department of stylism. As much of its fellow-members who illustrated themselves during the Années 1930. Arens draws objects that manufacturing it wishes to make more attractive. It creates, amongst other things a range of conditioning for food products of chain A&P. Among its many creations with the aerodynamic lines, quote a spun aluminum battery, which incarnate an attempt to draw the exit of the Great Depression for the Americans. One also owes him the slicer n°410 Streamliner, for Hobart Manufacturing Company.
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