Editor: Herbert Spencer Publisher: Lund Humphries Publication: 1964, First Edition Binding: Hardcover, section sewn Pages: 300 Size: 220 x 305 Text: English
Co-operative research in the graphic arts industries by Dr V. G. W. Harrison, F.INST.P., F.R.P.S., F.I.B.S.
The rationalization of papers and inks by F. H. K. Henrion, M.B.E., R.D.I., F.S.I.A.
The responsibilities of the design profession by Herbert Spencer, F.S.I.A.
Mondadori by Alan Bartram
Books that never see a bookshop by Karl Dallas
The integrated book by Germano Facetti, M.S.I.A.
Communication through photography by John Hopkins
For new openings see local Press by Charles Fenby
The future of newspaper design by Allen Hutt
Innovation in American newspaper design by Jack Z. Sissors
Revolution in creative printmaking by James Burr
H. N. Werkman: printer, painter, poet by Jasia Reichardt
Look! No hands! by C. J. Duncan, M.A., F.R.P.S., F.R.M.S,
New worlds of map making introduced by G. Rattray Taylor, section editor
The early map printer and his problems by R. A. Skelton
Recent trends in map use and presentation by Derek Maling, pH.D.
Progress in surveying by A. Stephenson, O.B.E.
Designing thematic' maps by Dr E. C. Willatts, O.B.E.
How Britain's national maps are produced by Brigadier R. A. Gardiner, M.B.E.
Automatic cartography by David Bickmore Mapping the Moon and beyond by Dr Gilbert Fielder
Must the artist disappear from map making? by Ruari McLean, F.S.I.A.
Technical research in rotary photogravure by Professor Wolfram Eschenbach
Automation and design by S. Augustin and R. Schoonman
New methods of quality control by Dr J. W. Schouten
The GAT Print Quality Instrument by George W. Jorgensen
Gas chromatography by L. H. Adcock, F.R.I.C.
Paper distribution in Holland by J. Weidema
Handmade paper in India by Mini Boatwala and Wilfred Maciel
Graphics international by Michael Middleton The Penrose Survey
Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing to dust jacket plus slight deterioration to lamination on spine and cover. Light tanning to outer edges of interior pages.
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