Hungarian Graphic Design 1931 XII. 1-2.
A4 (cca. 21 x 29 cm)
Fine, light wear.
Magyar Grafika (Hungarian Graphic Design) was a leading art magazine in the 1920s and 1930s. This was the official journal of the Association of Printing, Book- and Advertising Art.
This is the first and the second issue together in the 12th annual (1931).
The journal was focusing on questions of printmaking, from design to final printing. It was a basic proffessional forum for all of those who worked in the field of graphic design. The articles were about the newest posters on the streets, new tendencies of book illustration, new trends in typograpy or the technical details of printing.
The magazine illustrated. This issue contains several advertisments in great moderinst style. It also has insets of the best advertisement designs.
The cover design was created by a great modern master of the age, Albert Kner (son of the famous Kner printer family, who owned a printing house in Gyoma).