ADC 32. The Art Directors Club of New York: THE 32ND ANNUAL OF ADVERTISING AND EDITORIAL ART. New York: Farrar Strauss and Young, 1953.

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THE 32ND ANNUAL OF ADVERTISING AND EDITORIAL ART

The Art Directors Club of New York

The Art Directors Club of New York: THE 32ND ANNUAL OF ADVERTISING AND EDITORIAL ART.  New York: Farrar Strauss and Young, 1953.  First edition. Quarto. Embossed white cloth decorated in black. Printed dust jacket. Photo illustrataed endpapers.  360 pp.  368 black and white and color illustrations. Graphic design throughout by Martin Stevens. Cloth lightly soiled and worn. Jacket with edgewear and a couple of closed tears. A very good or better copy in a good dust jacket.

8.5 x 11  book with 360 pages with 368 examples of advertising excellence from 1952.

  • ads
  • direct mail
  • posters
  • point of sale
  • editorial
  • house organs
  • magazine ads
  • newspaper art
  • directmail art
  • point of sale art
  • editorial art
  • television commercials

Includes work from the following graphic artists: Paul Bacon, Saul Bass, Will Burtin, Louis Danziger, Louis Dorfsman, Neil Fujita, William Golden, Irving Harper, Art Kane, Ray Komai, Roy kuhlman, Alexander Lieberman, Herb Lubalin, Herbert Matter, George Nelson, Cipe Pineles, Paul Rand, George Tscherny, Andy Warhol and many others.

From the ADC: "Louis Pedlar founded ADC in 1920 to ensure that advertising was judged by the same stringent standards as fine art. More than 90 years later, ADC remains committed to championing the importance of artistry and craftsmanship in advertising and design. A nonprofit membership organization boasting one of the most concentrated groups of creative talent in the world, ADC’s mission is to connect creative professionals around the globe, while simultaneously provoking and elevating world-changing ideas through its programming. From its Manhattan gallery to its international membership base, ADC provides a neutral forum for creatives of all levels to network, learn and grow."

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