The Graphic Artist and his Design Problems [Creative Problems of the graphic Designer, Design and Training in Commercial Art] by Josef Müller-Brockmann, 3rd ed., 1968. Verlag Arthur Niggli Ltd., Teufen, Switzerland. 10.375 x 9, pp. 186 with German, English and French text. Layout and jacket designed by Josef Müller-Brockmann.
A practical manual offering valuable guidance demonstrating the basic problems of graphic design. Heavily illustrated with 710 black and white and some color mostly featuring mostly objective and constructivist methods. Dealing with themes related to: the illustrative to objective graphic art, the significance of the elements of design and a training system for the graphic designers with much advice and rules illustrated with examples chosen by the author.
A nearly fine hardcover with a previous owners name/date/note in black marker on front free endpaper corner. A nearly fine dust jacket with only the slightest hint of wear to the corners and a small tape repair to the front bottom. Wonderful copy!