Editor: Herbert Spencer Publisher: Lund Humphries Publication: 1961, First Edition Binding: Softcover, section sewn Pages: 74 Size: 210 x 275 Text: English Design: Herbert Spencer
'Typographica is considered one of the most important and influential post-war visual arts magazines of its time. The magazines were profusely illustrated throughout, with colour and b/w plates, and commonly included different paper stocks and coloured inks, various inserts, advertisements, tipped-in sheets and fold-outs. This issue contains: Typophoto Ken Garland. New Swiss work samples by Karl Gerstner, Marcel Wyss, Siegfried Odermatt, and Armin Hofmann. The Books of Dieter Rot by Richard Hamilton (ephemera). National Zeitung (ephemera). The Drawings of Alcopley by Herbert Spencer. From Painting to Photography: Experiments of the 1920's by Camilla Gray.
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