The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts 08, Spring 1988

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Content includes:
Documentary and Propaganda: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration – Michael L. Carlebach
Painting and Place: Frederic C. Knight in Scranton – Karal Ann Marling
Louis Lozowick: From “Machine Ornaments” to Applied Design, 1923-1930 – Virginia Hagelstein Marquardt
Wilhelmina Geddes, Harry Clarke, and Their Part in the Arts and Crafts Movement in Ireland – Nicola Gordon Bowe
An Outpost of the Arts and Crafts Movement – Isabelle Anscombe
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Modern Design: 1917-1929 – Christine Wallace Laidlaw
Interview: Timothy F. Rub on the Work of Joseph Urban – Beth Dunlop and Timothy F. Rub
London Letter – Peyton Skipwith
Correction: Furniture, Painting, and Applied Designs: Alvar Aalto’s Search for Architectural Form

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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.

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Joseph Binder established his studio, Wiener Graphik, in Vienna. One of the first clients was the City of Vienna’s Music and Theater Festival, followed by many other posters and logos for clients in Austria and beyond.

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I have a real passion for collecting Cinderella stamps and other ephemera and love the artistic and historical value of these items. The scarcity of some Cinderella stamps, especially those associated with significant historical events or rare advertising campaigns, makes them highly sought after in the philatelic world.

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He designed stamps from around 1955 and in the book Karl Oskar Blase, Briefmarken-Design, Verlag für Philatelistische Literatur, 1981, he was described as one of the most influential stamp designers in Germany.