"Aynsley does a fine job piecing together a fact-packed narrative drawn from primary and secondary sources, examining a design lineage that culminates in this survey with National Socialist propaganda. Aynsley's book is a model history. His sources are sound, his writing, though a tad academic, is clear. For those already familiar with German design, he does not break an abundance of new ground, but his quotes from period publications and pundits are fresh and enlightening. . . A valuable chronicle of the greatest highs and deepest lows in design history."--"Print magazine
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Buchbeschreibung Berkeley : University of California Press , 2000. Orig. cloth binding. Dustjacket. 240 pp. Ills. 29 cm. Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "Print, power and persuasion: graphic design in Germany 1890-1945", presented at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, 27 September 2000-29 April 2001. Condition : very good. ISBN 0520227964[KEYWORDS: ART, *, graphic design. Artikel-Nr. 181504