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Publications on the history of modern typography, trademarks & logotypes, packaging, posters, advertising, signage, commercial art, book design, letterheads, etc., including notable designers and their works in these fields.

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Herdeg, Walter (ed.), Graphis Annual 1966/67, Zurich, Walter Herdeg, Graphis Press, 1966, first edition, sm folio (12" x 9.5"), HB in dj, black-and-white-woven cloth boards w/ gilt titles in white dj w/ color illus & black titles, VG / VG+. DJ rubbed, edgeworn, a bit yellowed.

249 pp. 1014 illustrations; 54 pp printed in full color and 195 pp in b/w. Introduction, "Reflections on Graphic Design," by Will Burtin. Caption credits for each specimen. Text in English, German & French.

Includes the best of the year's graphic design examples of: advertisements, annual reports, book jackets, booklets, calendars, Christmas cards, film advertising, house organs, indexes, letterheads, magazine covers, packaging, posters, record covers, television, trade marks.

Work by Saul Bass, R. O. Blechman, Jan Bons, Seymour Chwast, Paul Davis, Lou Dorfsman, Marcel Duchamp, Tom Eckersley, Hans Erni, Milton Glaser, Franco Grignani, George Giusti, Hans Hillman, Rene Gruau, Jan Lenica, Riccardo Manzi, Jerome Martin, Celestino Piatti, Paul Rand, Reynold Ruffins, Raymond Savignac, Max Schmid, Edward Sorel, Brian Stones, Sims Taback, Walter Tafelmaier, Hiroshi Tanaka, Fred Troller, Celestino Piatti, Push Pin Studios, Tomi Ungerer, Hans Uster, among many more.

"Communication design has a key function in this transition from the junk yards and confusions of technological manipulation to a world-wide renewal of human values and human hope."

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