Title: Ulm 21 : Zeitschrift Der Hochschule Für ...
Publisher: Hochschule Für Gestaltung, Deutschland, Ulm
Publication Date: 1968
Book Condition: Good
55 pp. Profusely illustrated in b/w. Final issue of the Journal of the Ulm School for Design published prior to the closing of the institute in 1968. Contents include commentaries on the situation at HfG, resolutions of the members of HfG. Texts by Herbert Ohl - "Planning the Pattern of Living", Gui Bonsiepe - A Method of Quantifying Order in Typographical Design" & "Semantic Analyses". Student projects include advertisements for public transport, visualization of complex facts, corporate image for an automobile club, planning and design of an advertising campaign, introduction to visual sematics. Bilingual German/English text. Internally very good, clean and unmarked with sound binding. Faint age toning at the extremities. Black laminated wraps are shelf and edge worn with surface scratching and rubbing on both panels and soft creasing to the head edge of the back panel. Slight knock at the head corner affects all pages. Pressure creases along the spine edge of the front panel. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 007393
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