31 May 2007
Mise en Page. The Theory and Practice of Lay-Out. London: The Studio, 1931. Quarto (265 x 210mm). Numerous plates and illustrations printed on a variety of materials. (Occasional light marginal spotting.) Original illustrated paper-covered boards, cloth spine, original decorative paper-covered slipcase (light wear, slipcase with light wear and short splits to the joints at the opening).
FIRST EDITION IN THE ORIGINAL SLIPCASE of this influential primer on modern graphic design, with lavishly realized illustrations, deftly balancing photography and typography with a variety of printing techniques and materials.
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