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    AZTDR (TDR A to Z of The Designers Republic) by Ian Anderson. London: Unit Editions, 2019. Large very big and heavy 4to hardcover with dustjacket. 512 pages. Richly illustrated. Fine clean copy. 1. edition

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    Recommended close study of Jan Tschichold’s work as perhaps the first typographic modernist. Includes historical details, several reproductions of his work, letters, and a foreword by Robin Kinross

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    HOFMANN, Armin. – WEINGART, Wolfgang:. Design Quarterly 130: Typography, Walker Art Center, 1985 Special Issue: Swiss Typography Armin Hofmann & Wolfgang Weingart Armin Hofmann: Thoughts on the Study and Making of Visual Signs, Basle School of Design / Yale School of Art, 1947 to 1985 and My Typography Instruction to…

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    Edited by Manubu Koseki. IDEA VS THE DESIGNERS REPUBLIC (Idea Mag Preview “BUY ME!”). Seibundo Shinkosha, 2001. Oversized folio magazine format in the original stapled wraps. (36) pages including covers. Somewhat worn copy but acceptable as reading copy First edition thus

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    The classic finely printed, richly illustrated monograph on the Danish graphic design pioneer Knud Valdemar Engelhardt (1882–1931) “Denmark’s first industrial designer. Influenced by the architect Thorvald Bindesbøll, Engelhardt understood that successful production depended on both an industrial and a graphical approach. The font he developed for Gentofte’s road signs is sensitive and personal but also eminently readable. From 1908 to 1910, he designed electric trams for Copenhagen with intricate detail. The vehicles were functional and cleanable in all weathers, and were well manufactured. Although Engelhardt was an architect, he also exerted a considerable influence on the development of Danish billboards and graphic design traditions. More than anyone else, Engelhardt paved the way for a Danish approach to design and industrial production

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    Throughout his long career Lance Wyman kept a daily record of his creative processes: working drawings for logos; detailed specifications for urban way-finding systems; sketches for typefaces; notes to himself; records of conversations; colour swatches; Polaroids; and other forms of printed ephemera. This is the first publication of these.

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    “The City: Compiled by Paul Ferris” (Jackdaw. no. 134). London: Jackdaw Publications Ltd, 1974. Oblong 4to original folder complete with 9 sheets as issued, hereof one very large poster. The cover is a bit worn (see photo) all the items inside clean and well preserved and looks unread and unused…

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    Swiss graphic design and typography magazine, subtitled “Zeitschrift für Schriftsatz, Gestaltung, Sprache, Druck und Weiterverarbeitung – Revue pour la composition, la conception graphique, la langue, l’impression et l’apprêt”. Herausgegeben von der Gewerkschaft Druck und Papier zur Förderung der Berufsbildung – Editée par le Syndicat du livre et du papier pour l’éducation professionnelle. The Typografische Monatsblätter was one of the most important journals to successfully disseminate the phenomenon of Swiss typography to an international audience, as well as spread the burgeoning ideas of the New Wave style. In existence for almost eighty years, the journal was a vital forum for concepts and discussion. Throughout these years, the Swiss typographic journal witnessed significant moments in the history of typography and graphic design

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    Swiss graphic design and typography magazine, subtitled “Zeitschrift für Schriftsatz, Gestaltung, Sprache, Druck und Weiterverarbeitung – Revue pour la composition, la conception graphique, la langue, l’impression et l’apprêt”. Herausgegeben von der Gewerkschaft Druck und Papier zur Förderung der Berufsbildung – Editée par le Syndicat du livre et du papier pour l’éducation professionnelle. The Typografische Monatsblätter was one of the most important journals to successfully disseminate the phenomenon of Swiss typography to an international audience, as well as spread the burgeoning ideas of the New Wave style. In existence for almost eighty years, the journal was a vital forum for concepts and discussion. Throughout these years, the Swiss typographic journal witnessed significant moments in the history of typography and graphic design