Sigurd Schultz [editor]: NYT TIDSSKRIFT FOR KUNSTINDUSTRI. Copenhagen: Danish Society of Arts and Crafts, 1928 [Aargang 1 | Januar 1928 | Hefte NR. 1]. Original edition. Text in Danish. Slim quarto. Thick printed and stapled wrappers. 32 pp. 14 black-and-white illustrations and 7 pages of advertisements. Interior unmarked and very clean. Out-of-print. Age toning and minor staining and a a 2" split along the magazine's lower spine. A good or better copy. Rare.
8.5 x 11.75 vintage magazine with 32 pages and 14 black-and-white illustrations and 7 pages of advertisements. In 1928, The Danish Society of Arts and Crafts introduced "Nyt Tidsskrift for Kunstindustri" to promote their interests (in 1948, the magazine became "Dansk Kunsthåndværk"). Members included independent handicraft designers and workshops as well as manufacturers in the areas of furniture, ceramics, textiles, glass, and silver. During the 1950s The Danish Society of Arts and Crafts successfully ignited an interest in Danish Design both at home and abroad.
Includes work by August Jerndorff, Fredericia, F. Spanjaard, Max Erenst Häfeli, Fritz Hansens Eft., Flemming Teisen, Edv. Heiberg, and Bruno Taut.
Dansk Kunsthåndværk [Danish Crafts] was the house organ for the National Association of Danish Crafts in Copenhagen published beginning in 1927. According to their website, the aim of The Danish Arts and Crafts Association is to work for the development of Danish arts and crafts; to care for members interest in all matter concerning trade, continued development and education; to propagate for knowledge of and use of artist and crafts-people and their works in all parts of the society; and to strengthen and coordinate the area of arts and crafts with special reference to create knowledge and recognition for arts and crafts as a cultural factor.