Arts & Architecture cover, March 1947

"This was the penultimate cover Ray Eames conceived for Arts & Architecture; in total, she designed 26, some during the magazine’s early incarnation as California Arts & Architecture. It departs from her earlier covers, which featured more drawn or painted imagery, collage, biomorphic shapes, and/or combinations of these approaches, sometimes with the inclusion of hastily hand-drawn type. This one also marks the end of Ray’s solo graphic design work, before she turned her exclusive focus toward collaborations with Charles." –Louise Sandhaus, Earthquakes, Mudslides, Fires & Riots: California and Graphic Design 1936-1986