Zurich, Switzerland: Amstutz & Herdeg, Graphis Press, 1962. First edition. Softcover. Text in English, German and French. This double thick issue celebrating the 100th issue of Graphis has the topic "The Sun." Cover art by Antonio Frasconi. Some of the articles include: Global Distribution of the Sun Cultures, Christian Sun Symbols, The Sun in Popular Art, At The Sign of the Sun, The Sun in Advertising and Applied Art, Child and Sun and much more. Includes work by: Antonio Frasconi, Piero Fornasetti, Jean Lurcat, Jean Cocteau, Celestino Piatti, Paul Klee, Max Ernst, Marc Chagall, Georges Braque, Joan Miro and much more. Several bound in items including a silkscreen by J. Krause, a mailing piece from Robert Sullivan, examples from Frasconi's book "A Book of Many Suns," a calligraphic interpretation by Sofu Teshigahara. A near fine copy with a slight curl to the front cover and minor wear to the edges and corners.
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