Written by Connie Zeigler

Leslie Ayres was a genius architectural renderer and architect in Indianapolis in the 1920s-1950s. The drawings he did for himself and other prestigious firms of the time sold civic leaders on what would become some of the city’s most important buildings. More than a hired hand for the ideas of others, Ayres brought his own modern sensibilities to the people of Indiana — who he believed deserved glamour as much as anyone else. Illustrated with many never before seen drawings, this fifth issue of Commercial Article is not to be missed!

32 pages. Printed four color throughout with a vellum cover printed in silver.