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Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.

Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design.

Visual Presentation of Invisible Processes: How to illustrate invisible processes in graphic design by Anton Stankowski, 1965. Arthur Niggli AG, Teufen, Switzerland. 9.5 x 12, pp. 128 with German, English and French text. Design by Anton Stankowski.

An impressive book with more than 350 black and white and color examples (some full page) illustrating Stankowski’s experiments and approaches to both personal and commissioned (free and applied) work problems. Excellent introduction by friend and colleague, Hans Neuburg with commentary and captions throughout by Stankowski. A useful volume for those interested in functional, geometric, problem-solving design (and art). Highly recommended.

A fine white cloth hardcover in a near fine dust jacket with only a hint of wear, small chip to the back and tape repair to lower front. A superb copy.