American Modernism: Graphic Design, 1920 to 1960 R. Roger Remington, Yale University Press, 2003, Fine, 4to, SC

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Remington, R. Roger. New Haven. Yale University Press. 2003.
English, First Edition, Fine, SC, 4to, 11" X 8 1/2", 192 pp.
ISBN: 0300098162

    Fine quarto, stiff paper pictorial gatefold covers featuring detail from the August 1942 cover of Fortune Magazine, designed by George Giusti and white and yellow titling to cover, white and yellow titling to spine, back cover features designs by Alexander Liberman, Alvin Lustig, and Henry Wolf.  Covers near-perfect with very minimal edgewear. Binding tight, sharp tips, and no markings throughout. Pages are pristine and intact. Replete with full-color reproductions, many full page. 192 pp. Text in English. Contents include 150 full-color and 90 black-and-white illustrations.  The first comprehensive survey of the Modernist style in America from 1920 -1960, this book contains exceptional illustrations of various media including advertising, design, magazine design, print, dimensional design, and posters, including covers of well known magazines like Vogue and Show. Remington displays the collection chronologically and reveals the impacts and reactions to the Modernist influence as graphic styles matured.

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