Commercial Art and Industry 102, December 1934


Content includes:
Walter Johnson Designer with pen and scraper-board. By Kurt Zog
Look at Types with Eyes that See. By G. F. Wilson
Art and Industry. Famous Artists Design Cups and Saucers
The Aims of Young Designers. 7. George Plante
The Kind of Advertising I Detest. By Walter Goetz
Hands in Commercial Photography
Candid Comments By Loraine Conran
Imre Reiner ; Designer and Typographer. By Dr. E. Holscher
Luggage Label Publicity. By W. G. Raffé
The World of Print By the Road-Mender
Poster Design by George Plante
Poster for the Southern Railway by Austin Cooper


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