Titel: Hitweek weekblad. 2e jaargang, nr. 13 (30 ...
Einband: Soft cover
Amst., 1966. 2 loose numbers as issued ,  pp. Orig. paper covers. - Both with centre fold.*Two rare numbers of the Dutch weekly underground magazine Hitweek, one of the most curious designs from the history of Dutch typography. The typographic design of these two magazines is carried out by Hendricus Theodorus Wijdeveld (Hague, October 4, 1885 - Nijmegen, February 20, 1987), an important Dutch architect and graphic designer. Wijdeveld is best known as editor of the famous Dutch magazine Wendingen, Maandblad voor Bouwen en Sieren, which was issued from 1918 to 1931. Wijdeveld was the editor of this magazine in the period 1918-1925. For extra information see: http://www.kunstbus.nl/architectuur/h.th.+wijdeveld.html. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 258226
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