Monografieën over filmkunst 01 – Het linnen venster by C. J. Graadt van Roggen Designed by Piet Zwart.

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Piet Zwart and the series Film, 1931 – 1933

1930s periodical ‘Monografieën over filmkunst’ designed by dutch designer Piet Zwart remains a pinnacle of Dutch avant-garde design.

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