Editor: Herbert Spencer Publisher: Lund Humphries Publication: 1965, 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: The Nymph and the Grot: the revival of the sans-serif letter by James Mosley. Fishing Figures by Barbara Jones. The Living Symbol by Aloisio Magalhaes. Art on the Assembly Line by Ann Gould. Diter Rot: Book Review with folding insert. Emphatic fist, informative arrow by Edward Wright. The Arrow in China by K. P. Mayer.
Condition: Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Rubbing, tanning/staining and chips to dust jacket. Interior clean other than slight age tanning to outer edges. Please contact me for further information on condition.
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