Arts et Metiers Graphiques, 61, 1938

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Content includes:
The Letter B [evolution chart]
Business men! Your minutes are precious!
A Precursor to the Teaching of Perspective: Jean Pèlerin
Drawing by Man Ray, from “The Empty Hands”
Trompe-l’oeil
Cover by Ben Sussan for a Nouvelle Revue Française book
Nathalie Parain’s illustration for a Nouvvelle Revue Française children’s book
The Fabrication Technique for Wallpaper
Lead-alloy printing specimen
Photograph by Marie and Borel [nude woman in rocky landscape]
Concerning the New Concept of Mural Advertising, Lucien Mazenod
Illustration from Volume V of the “French Encyclopedia” [sea urchins]
Advertising for the London Underground Transport Company
The Eleventh Dream
recto, verso: Brochures published by the Swiss Train Service
Advertising brochure published by Otto Kösler, Stuttgart
Jean de Brunhoff
Frenzel
The Film: “The Letter”
Specimen of alfa grass paper
Vaugirard Printery Is the Typographic Press of Arts et Métiers Graphiques
Jules Breton and Co. Evette Germain and Co. Successors
The Plastic Sense of Tintoretto Drawings

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Arts et Metiers Graphiques, 61, 1938
Arts et Metiers Graphiques, 61, 1938

Arts et Métiers Graphiques, (AMG), was a prominent French graphic arts magazine that published 68 issues from 1927 to 1939.

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