Bauhaus, modernism and the illustrated book
Alan Bartram explores the influence of the Bauhaus and modernism on typography and book design by examining the work of such key figures as Max Bill and Paul Rand. All of the carefully chosen examples clearly demonstrate the modernist revolution that took place in graphic design from the early 1900s onwards.
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