Another design by Joseph Low. I couldn’t skip this one again. The photo does not do it justice. Like the Haydn Society records I have, this book is best viewed in person. The quality of the printing, the mix of overprinting colors, etc. made this 3 color book scream to me from the shelve.
Other pieces of his work posted: Master Pieces of Music, Bach/ Finn Videro, Bach / Finn Videro 2, Bach, Buxtehiude and Haydn.
Design: Joseph Low | Year: 1953 | Photos: Javier García
Interesting character / Logo done for Antonelly by Castellano Studio from Italy around 1957. I’m guessing it was for optics?
Here are some amazing posters designed by Harry Rogers that I’ve been meaning to post but I’ve been procrastinating to scan them. Luckily I just found them online through this site »
They were commissioned by Qantas as an advertising campaign promoting overseas destinations to Australian travelers between the 1950-1970’s. The illustrations and colors are amazing and inspiring.
They are being sold through Airways Art as giclée prints signed by the artist. I’m not a big fan of giclée prints but I would have bought one if they were screen printed.
Design: Harry Rogers | Year: 1950-1970 | Photos: Found Here »
I scanned some very cool two color Illustrations from by Leonard Weisgard from the book The Raccoon and Mrs. McGinnis by Patricia Miles Martin. Printed in 1961.
Design: Leonard Weisgard | Year: 1961 | Photos: Scanned