1970: Textile designer Dorothy Liebes is named as the first recipient of CMG’s Forrest L. Dimmick Award, for revolutionary, dramatic, or exceptional contribution to the field of color marketing.
Liebes was renown for her vivid, modernist textile designs for E.I. DuPont’s home furnishing fabrics, and by the early 1960’s had become synonymous with the use of clashing colors, or as she put it, colors that “vibrate together.” She was also accredited to have said, “There are no bad colors… just bad color combinations.”
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