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Italian Art Deco

Graphic Design between the Wars

By Steven Heller,and Louise Fili

8-5/8 x 8 in; 132 pp;
Over 300 Full-Color and Black-and-White Illustrations
Paperback
August 1993
ISBN 9780811802871
ISBN10 0811802876

SKU# 9780811802871

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A sophisticated addition to Chronicle Books' popular design library, this lavishly illustrated volume offers a unique survey of Italian commercial graphic design during a period of both creative artistic vitality and extreme political turmoil. The first E...
Italian Art Deco


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Italian Art Deco

A sophisticated addition to Chronicle Books' popular design library, this lavishly illustrated volume offers a unique survey of Italian commercial graphic design during a period of both creative artistic vitality and extreme political turmoil. The first English-language book to showcase the bold typography and streamlined imagery of modern Italian design motifs on comercial products of the day, this fascinating and important resource for designers, history buffs, and collectors includes a discussion of the Futurist influence on the Italian Art Deco style and the success of such individualized expression despite a ruthless Fascist regime.

 

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8-5/8 x 8 in; 132 pp;
Over 300 Full-Color and Black-and-White Illustrations
Paperback
August 1993
ISBN 9780811802871
ISBN10 0811802876
Steven Heller is the art director of the New York Times Book Review. He is the author of over ninety books on graphic design, popular art, and satiric art. He lives in New York City.

Read an exclusive interview with Steven Heller.



Louise Fili is principal of Louise Fili Ltd., and the recipient of numerous design awards.She lives in New York City.

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