Publisher: Pentagram Design Limited Publication: 2013, First Edition Binding: Softcover, section sewn Pages: 80 Size: 148 x 210 Text: English Design: Pentagram Design
Pentagram Papers have been produced exclusively for clients and colleagues since 1975, and were published to provide "examples of curious, entertaining, stimulating, provocative, and occasionally controversial points of view that have come to the attention of, or in some cases, are actually originated by, Pentagram."
'During a visit to her parents’ house in Yonkers, New York, Pentagram’s Emily Oberman made an unusual discovery: a cache of extraordinary pen-and-ink drawings made by her mother, the artist and illustrator Arline Simon, that depict the Army-McCarthy hearings of 1954. Drawn directly from the hearings as they aired on live television, the portraits brilliantly capture the likenesses of the key players in the proceedings, as well as the immediacy and impact of a watershed event that captivated the nation. The full series of 33 drawings are collected in Pentagram Papers 43: Drawing McCarthy, designed by Oberman and published in advance of the 60th anniversary of the hearings in 2014.' (Source) www.pentagram.com
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