AIGA. John Massey [Designer], Will Burtin [editorial comment]: AIGA VARIATIONS ON A THEME. 50 YEARS OF GRAPHIC DESIGN IN AMERICA. 1966. (Duplicate)

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John Massey [Designer], Will Burtin [editorial comment]

John Massey [Designer], Will Burtin [editorial comment]: AIGA VARIATIONS ON A THEME. 50 YEARS OF GRAPHIC DESIGN IN AMERICA. 1966. First edition. Square quarto. Thick printed wrappers. Printed endpapers. Unpaginated. 63 color plates. Publishers slipcase. Spine lightly rubbed and yellowed. Small split to slipcase. Out-of-print and increasingly uncommon. A nearly fine copy in a very good example of the black publishers slipcase.

9 x 9 book with 63 full-page color plates produced for this volume. Gorgeous interior color reproduction courtesy of the 10 point Kromekote paper!

Includes full-page color artwork created for this book by the following artists: James Alcorn, Tom Allen, Samuel Antupit, Saul Bass, Lester Beall, Betty Binns, R. O. Blechman, Aaron Burns, Will Burtin, Bill Charmatz, Ivan Chermayeff, Seymour Chwast, Elaine Lustig Cohen, Louis Danziger, Rudolph de Harak, Ed De Martin, A.R. DeNatale, Bob Farber, Gene Federico, Carl Fischer, Richard Gangel, Thomas H. Geismar, George Giusti, Milton Glaser, Louis R. Glessman, Morton Goldsholl, Irving Harper, Allen F. Hurlburt, George Klauber, Jerome Kuhl, Herb Lubalin, Jay Maisel, Noel Martin, John Massey, James McMullan, Carlos Ramirez, Paul Rand, Ellen Raskin, Martin Rosenzweig, Arnold Saks, Louis Silverstein , Jerome Snyder, Bill Sokol, Otto Storch, Ladislav Sutnar, Bradbury Thompson, Fred Troller, George Tscherny, Tom Ungerer, James Ward, Robert Weaver, Henry Wolf and Carl F. Zahn.

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