Well, for one thing, I was making toys for my kids. You can see more at https://giambarba.com/toys.html
I did this logo for the Boston-Kyoto Sister City Committee. It uses a black or a white background. You can see more of this kind of thing at https://giambarba.com/bizimage.html
I also did a corporate identity program for Tonka Corporation and a product identity as well for Tonka Toys. There's more at https://giambarba.com/bizimage.html
Poster for a regatta commissioned by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in 1972. I took a six-month contract to do print and production for H.H. Aga Khan's hotels and consortiums on Sardinia while Polaroid was developing SX-70. Click on image to enlarge.
A quick watercolor sketch of my wife, Ruth, for a personal greeting card, 1957.
A proposed book cover for a second edition of my book "Lighthouses," originally published in 1969.
A small watercolor of New York Harbor. Click on image to enlarge.
A portion of a watercolor of Newport, Rhode Island, 1958. Click on image to enlarge.
An original silk screen print made and printed in its entirety by the artist (me), 1971. You can see more silk screen prints that I did in these years at https://giambarba.com/prints.html
A portion of an original silk screen print that I first ran in 1962 but resurrected as a poster for peace in 2002. Click image to enlarge. I'll get back to Polaroid stuff after Labor Day. Consider this a brief interlude or a way of understanding my thought processes as I tried to solve the design challenges I had to deal with every time Polaroid came up with a new product or family of products. This print is the result of the same thinking as the design solution for the first Polaroid sunglass product identity, also 1962.