The archive contains circa 3000 drawings, with accompanying sketches, presentation panels -- many of them reproductions mounted
on boards and hand-painted -- and printed graphics and ephemera designed by Diniz Associates for the clients. Record photography
in the form of 35 mm color transparencies document the work of the studio. Transparencies were used for slide presentations
to clients, some accompanied by audio recordings. Notebooks record the jobs that came into the office and ledgers document
the labor and hours billed. Material dates from circa 1957-circa 2000; the bulk of the archive dates from 1960 to 1993.
Carlos Diniz was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1928 to an American mother and a Brazilian father. The family moved to Los Angeles
when Diniz's father became an attache to the Brazilian consulate there. Diniz attended Beverly Hills High School, where his
drawing skills attracted attention by the time he was 14 years old.
100.0 Linear feet
(313 flat artworks, 10 record storage boxes, 19 roll boxes, 63 half record storage boxes, 2 flat boxes, 10 rolls, flat file
Partially processed collection; open for use by qualified researchers.