Graphis Magazine No 21
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Issue 21 of Graphis magazine features articles on The Book of the Marvels of the World: An Iranian Illuminated Manuscript of the XIII Century, written by Henri Masse; Le Theatre de la Mode, by Colette Vasselon; Ballet ? Last Refuge of the Unrealistic Theatre, by George Amberg; Popular Graphic Art in Old Brittany, by P.L. Duchartre; Zuka: Exhibition ? Visual Information, by G. Oeri; Graphic Art in the Atom World, by Max Bill; and The Art Directors Club of New York: 26th Annual National Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art (1947). Artist profiles include William Blake: The Visionary in Book-Craft, by F. Stahly; Jean-Denis Malcles ? and his enchanted world, by C. Vasselon; and Frank Pick ? and his Influence on Design in England, by Ch. Barman.
2 William Blake. The Visionary in Book-Craft (F.Stahly)
14 The Book of the Marvels of the World. An Iranian Illuminated Manuscript of the XIII.Cent. (Henri Masse)
22 The Art Directors Club of New York: 26th Annual National Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art (1947)
34 Le Theatre de la Mode (Colette Vasselon)
42 Ballet ? Last Refuge of the Unrealistic Theatre (George Amberg)
50 Jean-Denis Malcles ? and his enchanted world. (C. Vasselon)
58 Popular Graphic Art in Old Brittany (P.L. Duchartre)
70 Frank Pick ? and his Influence on Design in England (Ch. Barman)
74 Zuka. Exhibition ? Visual Information (G. Oeri)
80 Graphic Art in the Atom World (Max Bill)
97 Book Review
96 Bucherchronik, Verschiedenes
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