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Gebrauchsgraphik Oct 1929

H Leistikow, M Korner, W Metzig

  • Year: 1929
  • Country: Germany
  • Language: German, English
  • Movement: Other
  • Subject: Graphic Design
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.30cm Height: 31.00cm

Gebrauchsgraphik was the highly respected German publication that focused on advertising art and graphic design, which was very important in publicising the work of established and up-coming artists and designers. Edited by Prof. H. K. Frenzel, German designer, displays, writer, editor. This issue has an article about International Poster Exhibition that was taken part in Munich in 1929. Includes examples of works with commentary done in different countries, such as Germany, Austria, France, Hungary, Spain, Italy, Russia, Romania, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, Holland, China, Belgium, Greece and USA. Includes article and examples of work of such notable artists: Hans Leistikow, Max Korner, German graphic artist, painter and book artist; Wilhelm Metzig, German graphic designer, commercial artist and painter. He designed, among other things, valid today emblem of the city of Hannover. Published by Bauersche Giesserei. Most examples of work are done in black and white, but some are done in colour. Poor condition, tears and loss of material on the spine and on the margins, creases, dusting, staining. Frayed pages.

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