René Herbst, Boutiques and Shops, examples from Paris, 1929. Edition Charles Moreau, Paris. Via NYPL
Decotypes for the Dynamic 70s, Art Deco Title Page, 1970. Photo-Lettering Inc, NYC. Via Lubalin Study Centre
Emile Jacques Ruhlmann, pair of table lamps, 1925. Silvered-bronze with glass beads. France. Via Christie’s. It was sold for half a million dollar.
René Kieffer, cover of binding on Blaise Cendrars, La fin du monde, 1927. Paris. Morgan A. Gunst Collection, Stanford University Library.
Ludwig Hohlwein, poster Illustration for Kaffee Hag, 1913. Germany. Via Swann Galleries.
Thomas Alva Edison Inc, Phonograph Edison, 1910-1920. Orange, NJ, USA. Via Technoseum.
Ludwig Grüner, Tesselated pavements from the earliest Christian churches at Rome, part of pavement from Sta. Maria in Trastevere 7th century. From Specimens of ornamental art by Emil Braun, 1850. Chromolithograph. Via NYPL
Josef Hoffmann, Klose-Hof, Volkswohnhaus, 1924-25. Vienna. Photo: Julius Scherb. Landesmuseum Oldenburg.
Franke & Hermann, poster for a gramophone record store, 1922. Arlett, Vienna. Grammophon-Platten in unerhörter Auswahl. Via Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich.
Dore Mönkemeyer-Corty, her poster design as a cover of Gebrauchsgraphik, 1931. Germany. Source
Ludwig Grüner, paintings of a groined ceiling in the Church of St. Francesco at Lodi. From Specimens of ornamental art Emil Braun, 1850. Chromolithograph. Via NYPL
Gio Ponti, vase, 1938. Ceramic. Made by Richard Ginori, Italy. Via Wolfsonian.
Gebrauchsgraphik, published 1924 - 44. Germany. See more covers: designers-books.
The monthly publication was one of the first-generation graphic design magazines in Europe. Following the poster movement and typographic reforms associated with German Jugendstil, it developed them in new directions. Soon the magazine was in german and english. 1950 the title was revitalised under the same name and later relaunched as Novum.
René Vincent, poster illustration Motocycles Cottereau, 1905. Motorized version of the Cottereau cycle. Source