Content includes:
Power of the artist
The Dutuit Library
Plate from “The Seven Cardinal Sins”
Engravings by Antony Gross
It is really easier to take at times the good National Lottery ticket.
The French Shakespeare Illustrators
Wafer Irons
Plate from “Latin Writing from Roman Capital to the Miniscule Letter”
Drawings by Literary Men, Writjngs by Painters
Engraving and two ornaments at ends of chapters, from Ovid’s “Heroides”
Ornate Letters of a Cistercian Manuscript form the 12th Century
An Annotated Copy of “Sagesse” “Wisdom”
Menu composed by Hans Fischer, for the Waldeck Restaurant in Zurich
Illustrated Menus
Dignimont’s invitation for a display of the dressmaker Lucien Lelong’s “Edition” collection.
Insert for Hemostyl tonic, Dr. Roussel’s Laboratories
Across the Magazines
The New French Review, Monthly Magazine of Literature and Criticism
Ethnography and Folklore
Jules Breton and Co. Evette Germain and Co., Successors
Ch. Lorilleux et Co., Printing Inks, Roller Pastes
Photography and Works of Art
“Public Domain” Sound
“Sound History” Archives


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Arts et Metiers Graphiques, 67, 1939
Arts et Metiers Graphiques, 67, 1939
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Systematic Surface Design eliminating the hindrance of searching for strategies and starting points, allowing designers to quickly find optimal solutions.
A few years ago the publicity department of Siam di Tella found a collaborator who early in his studies of architecture was attracted by the problems of visual art. His name is Guillermo González Ruiz he was born in Chascomus (Province of Buenos Aires) in 1937. Between 1957 and 1960 he received 18 awards in poster competitions, some of which were of particular importance.
Gabriel sent me a link to his amazing Uruguayan Graphic Design Archive when I launched Design Reviewed. The content was so amazing, I ended up spending a good hour looking through the content and it has definitely made it to my bookmarks.

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Katayama worked in several art and design disciplines from graphic design and sculpture to environmental works and sculpture. His design work features rhythms and patterns and has a resemblance to modern jazz and the studies of Josef Albers.