Hans-Agne Jakobsen, wall lamps, 1965. Brass. Sweden. Via Wright
David Hodges, poster artwork for 1968 calendar. > pbagalleries
Yusaku Kamekura, poster artwork for Electoral Management, 1968. Japan. Via GuraFiku
Handbill Yippie!, 1968. Spree-Wowee-Arlo Guthrie-Color-Giggle.
The Youth International Party, or Yippies, was the brainchild of Abbie Hoffman & Jerry Rubin, two cultural revolutionaries. The Chicago Democratic Convention changed the political climate in the United States.
Karl Oskar Blase, cover artwork for german design magazine form N° 40, 1967. © Verlag form
Gio Ponti, ceiling lamp, 1955. Arredoluce. > Leclere
Yusaku Kamekura, Logos, Signets & Trademarks, 1963-66. Japan > aquavelvet.
Bookbinding for Christian Felix Weise, Lustspiele, 1783. Leipzig.
In the 18th century German publishers issued books in case bindings covered with paper. These bindings have proven to be very durable, and the paper coverings, either marbled or paste decorated, came in many colors and patterns. Princeton Library
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust, A tragedy, 1808. First Edition. Germany. Collection of the German Historical Museum, Berlin.
Judy Linn, cover artwork for the poetry book by Patti Smith, Seventh Heaven, signed, 1972. Telegraph Books. > pbagalleries
Herbert Bayer, Untitled 2, 1969. > RoGallery.
Eero Saarinen, armchair, 1970. For Knoll. Via Leclere
Hanswerner Klein, cover of the german design magazine form, 1968. Shown is the model of 1972 Munich Olympic Stadium by architect Frei Otto. © Verlag form GmbH & Co. KG
Wilhelm Wagenfeld. Daphne bracket, 1952-54. Glass. Made by Peill & Putzler, Düren, Germany.
G.B. Sowerby, The Palaeontographical Society, 1847 ff. A series of monographs designed to figure and describe British fossils. Via Dreweatts