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twen, Nr.3 March 1965 (Willy Fleckhaus)

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Publisher: Kindler & Schiermeyer Verlag.
Publication: 1965, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound
Pages: 96
Size: 270 x 340
Text: German
Design: Willy Fleckhaus

Twen : Zeitschrift für Literatur, Politik und Fotografie / Magazine for Literature, Politics and Photography.

'Willy Fleckhaus (1925–1983) was one of the most innovative, creative and influential graphic designers in postwar Germany. He became internationally known for his ground-breaking work on the lifestyle magazine twen , which attracted generations of readers with its generous layouts, modern typography and distinctive choice of house photographers such as Will McBride, Charlotte March, Guido Mangold, and Reinhart Wolf. He invented the position of the “art director”, when this job description did not yet exist in Germany and earned himself the nickname of “Germany’s most expensive pencil”.' (Source)

Condition: Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Slight rubbing and creasing to covers. Please contact me for further information on condition.

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