Bauhaus. Drucksachen, Typografie, Reklame by Gerd Fleischmann. First published in 1984 by Edition Marzona, Düsseldorf; this is the revised ed., 1995. Oktagon, Stuttgart, Germany. 9.25 x 11, pp. 360 with German text. Set in Futura and designed by Gerd Fleischmann.
An extensive collection with more than (450) black and white and some red, orange and blue spot color throughout featuring many uncommon works: books, typography, catalogs, stationary, postcards, posters and more published during three Bauhaus periods: Weimar 1919–25, Dessau 1925–32 and Berlin 1932–33. Additionally there are ten sections devoted to the works of individual designers: Josef Albers, Alfred Arndt, Herbert Bayer, Max Bill, Erich Comeriner, László Moholy-Nagy, Xanti Schawinsky, Oscar Schlemmer, Joost Schmidt and Studio Z with some examples published beyond the years listed above.
The book also features original seminal texts written by: Kurt Schwitters, Iwan Tschichold, Natan Altmann, Mart Stam and El Lissitzky, Max Burchartz, Johannes Molzahn, Willy Baumeister, Walter Dexel, Theo van Doesburg, Franz Roh, Heinz and Bodo Rasch, and others.
A fine hardcover book and dust jacket with only the slightest hint of wear. Enclosed in the publishers plain cardboard slipcase. A superb copy and excellent reference!