Modern Publicity: 1939-40: F.A. Mercer,. W. Gaunt; Editors Modern Publicity: 1939-40: F.A. Mercer,. W. Gaunt; Editors Modern Publicity: 1939-40: F.A. Mercer,. W. Gaunt; Editors

Modern Publicity: 1939-40

F.A. Mercer,. W. Gaunt; Editors

Published by London: Blackmore Press/The Studio, LTD; New York: The Studio Publications, Inc., 1940
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Title: Modern Publicity: 1939-40

Publisher: London: Blackmore Press/The Studio, LTD; New York: The Studio Publications, Inc.

Publication Date: 1940

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition


VINTAGE, OUT OF PRINT COMMERCIAL ART ANNUAL, FROM "THE STUDIO" PUBLICATIONS!!! B/W, COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS OF VINTAGE ADVERTISING!!!! Hardcover book, 8.25 x 11.5"; 144 pages with 287 illustrations, 19 in color. Includes index of featured American and European advertisers, Pgs. 141-44. Original dust jacket not included. Book is clean and tight, unmarked. Some pages creased in lower left quadrant, some are slightly rubbed and were stuck to other pages. Slight foxing following long term storage to front end pages. Contents include committee selected posters, press advertisements, booklets, packaging and display work from both European and American commercial designers. Book features advertising/commercial artwork by Eckersley-Lombers, Alois Carigiet, Milner Gray, Imre Reiner, Richard Lindner, Nathan, Felix Topolski, Hans Schleger [Zero], Jean Picart le Doux, Ashley, James Fitton, Man Ray, Charles Loupot, A. M. Cassandre, E. McKnight Kauffer, Erni, Norman Parkinson, Libis, George Ayers, Peter Moller, Levitt-Him, Draeger Freres, Edward Bawden, Curwen Press, Karl Bertsch, Beverly H. Pick, Joseph Binder, Lester Beall and Herbert Matter among others. Bookseller Inventory # JL-59

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