NPR Airs Feature on JGZ Archive

Our local NPR station for the Monterey Bay Area, KAZU, takes listeners on a behind-the-scenes tour of the archive, highlighting some newly discovered photographs.

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“Living Cube” Fine Art Print

The John G. Zimmerman Archive is pleased to offer a limited edition print of Ken Isaacs’ Living Cube in conjunction with an exhibit of the designer’s work at the Cranbrook Art Museum (June 21-Oct 5, 2014).

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New York World’s Fair Turns 50

April 22 marks the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 World's Fair. Zimmerman spent 3 months photographing the Fair for the Saturday Evening Post. He made it a family affair, bringing his wife, Delores, and 3 children. He even invited his parents, who came from L.A. To celebrate, we've created a special gallery of JGZ's World's Fair photos.

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Christie Brinkley Cover Voted Fourth GOAT

Sports Illustrated recently named its 10 Greatest Swimsuit Covers of All Time to mark the 50th Anniversary of the swimsuit issue. Zimmerman's 1980 cover of Christie Brinkley ranked fourth GOAT.

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Candlestick on SI Cover–Again!

JGZ's aerial photo of Candlestick Park is back on Sports Illustrated's cover after 53 years! The photo first appeared on SI's cover July 18th 1960, when Candlestick was the brand new home of the Giants.

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50th Anniversary of SI Swimsuit Edition

SWIMSUIT is a gorgeous, new publication celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Edition. Zimmerman’s photos are well-represented throughout; he shot seven swimsuit issues (1968-1989) with super models Christie Brinkley, Elle, Kathy Ireland, Kim Alexis et al. in exotic locales ranging from Bora Bora to Kenya.

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Check out Jakob Schiller's article, "Beloved High Speed Camera Faces Extinction," in Wired Online. The article covers the history of the Hulcher camera and discusses how Zimmerman modified the Hulcher to make some of his most memorable sports photos.

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