Loewy's work was also found on Coca-Cola, Lucky Strike cigarettes, Air France Concorde airplanes, Exxon, Nabisco, Sealtest, TWA, United Airlines, Standard Oil, Canada Dry, Armour, Farmall tractors, Filben Jukeboxes, Frigidaire refrigerators, Greyhound buses, Hallicrafter's shortwave radios, IBM key punch machines, NASA's Skylab space station, Leisurama homes, the 5-cent Kennedy stamp in 1964, the Shell oil logo, Sears Coldspot refrigerators and International Harvester tractors.
Raymond Loewy is described as a man who positioned and promoted himself as adeptly as he did his client's products. His image as a trendy jetsetter, with luxurious yachts, glamourous homes and offices around the world, contributed to winning the confidence of large corporate clients.
In 1975 the Smithsonian Institution presented a retrospective of Loewy's designs, and in 1979 he published Industrial Design. The Loewy's retired to France and Monaco.