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Print; America’s Graphic Design Magazine, Jan/Feb 1976 XXX:I

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Editor: Martin Fox
Publisher: Robert Cadel
Publication: 1976, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound
Pages: 116
Size: 225 x 305
Text: English


  • The Limits of Design - The new Village Voice raises the issue of what exactly "good design" is
  • The Artist as Eavesdropper - "Stan Mack's Real Life Funnies" holds a mirror up to - us
  • The Caribbean: A Designer's-Eye View - A report on the state of design in six Caribbean islands
  • Like Minds, Strong Design - Roger Cook and Don Shanosky reflect their own quiet assurance in their work
  • Word Ligatures - Toward the design of new reading systems
  • On the Moonlight Express, a Book is Only Paper Sewn Together - Tyler School of Art students design, illustrate and bind their own books
  • Seeing Things - A potpourri of current graphic events
  • Top Packages of the Year: 1976 Edition - The first of a series of special PRINT bonus supplements


Condition: Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Ex-libris, with ink stamp to cover. Rubbing and slight staining to cover. Tanning to outer edges of pages. Please contact me for further information on condition.

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