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A Paul Rand miscellany

Author: Paul Rand; Mildred S Friedman; Walker Art Center.
Publisher: Minneapolis : Walker Art Center, ©1984.
Series: Design quarterly, 123.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rand was both guest designer and editorial subject for DQ 123, a thoughtful pre-publication abridgement of Rand’s A Designer's Art from 1985, which was itself an updating of his 1947 Thoughts On Design.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Rand; Mildred S Friedman; Walker Art Center.
OCLC Number: 10508212
Description: 32 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Giorgio Vasari --
Art for art's sake --
Paul Cézanne --
Maurice Denis --
Typography --
Color --
The trademark --
Stripes --
Repetition --
The mask --
The rebus --
On teaching design.
Series Title: Design quarterly, 123.
Responsibility: editor, Mildred Friedman.

Abstract:

Rand was both guest designer and editorial subject for DQ 123, a thoughtful pre-publication abridgement of Rand’s A Designer's Art from 1985, which was itself an updating of his 1947 Thoughts On Design.

Design Quarterly began as Everyday Art Quarterly, published by theWalker Art Center in Minneapolis starting in 1946. The editorial focusaimed to bring modern design to the masses through thoughtful examinationof household objects and their designers. Everyday Art Quarterlywas a vocal proponent of the Good Design movement (as represented byMoMA and Chicago’s Merchandise Mart) and spotlighted the best inindustrial and handcrafted design. When the magazine became DesignQuarterly in 1958, the editors assumed a more international flair in theirselection of material to spotlight.

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