New Types: Three Pioneers of Hebrew Graphic Design
by Wardi, Ada (ed.)
Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New in publisher's shrink wrap. Quarto. 315pp. Tan and red illustrated paper covered boards, with black & red lettering on front cover, and black lettering on spine. The publication is a catalog of the exhibition of the same name held at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Oct.2015 - June 2016. "Moshe Spitzer, Franzisca Baruch, and Henri Friedlaender studied and worked in pre-World War II Germany before immigrating to Israel, where they continued to be active for decades. Their works include the emblem of the City of Jerusalem, the Hadassah typeface, and books published by Tarshish. The exhibition explores the work processes of each one of these groundbreaking designers and presents a selection of their key works." Profusely illustrated throughout with high quality color photographic reproductions of the typefaces. (Inventory #: 41117)
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