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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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N/A, Printing Art Quarterly Vol. 67 No. 2, Chicago, Dartnell, 1937, first edition, folio (13.25" x 10"), SB, red plastic spiral binding w/ paper boards, VG- / none. Corner boards exposed, wear at head & tail of spine & where spirals meet boards.

154 pp. printed on a variety of paper stocks. An annual highlighting the achievements of Chicago's creative community in the printing arts - features hundreds of examples of graphic design and photography by Chicago-area designers in 1936. Of particular note, within this issue, is the bound-in facsimile catalog of The New School of Design (sometimes referred to as "the New Bauhaus"), designed by László Moholy-Nagy (b. Hungary, 1895-1946). Moholy-Nagy, formerly a teacher at the original Bauhaus, at the time, had just been appointed as the Director of the school, opened in the summer of 1937.

Contents: Frontispiece: Taft Museum, Cincinnatti; A New Instrument of Vision; Moholy-Nagy and the New Bauhaus; Catalog of the American School of Design ; What the Society of Typographic Arts Has Meant to Design; The 11th Annual Exhibition of Design in Printing; Index of the Exhibition; Autumn Designs for House Organs, Covers, Calendars, Blotters; Cartoons Ought to Be Funny; "Bridge Brochures", The Girl with the Corrugated Face; The Spelling Bugaboo; Photography Section.

See also: Printing Art Quarterly, Vol. 66, No.4.    [Book ID # 39]


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