Issue 15 - Digital Version


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May / June 1946
Cover Image by Paul Sollberger

Graphis magazine Issue 15 focuses largely on the people who work in the graphic arts. Featured profiles include Andre Beaurepaire, written by Jean Cocteau; Peynet, by Colette Vasselon; Vertes, by W.H. Allner; Erwin Blumenfeld, by W.H. Allner; Edward Cocker: The Calligraphic Figures, by Hans Kasser; Ch. Berard: Set Designer, by C.J. Delbo; Feliks Topolski: War and Peace, by C.F.O. Clarke; and R.A. Brandt, by John Keir Cross. Further stories include The Times – A Revolution in Newspaper Printing, by C.F.O. Clarke; PKZ – From a Competition, by Hans Kasser; Art of the table – Printed Plates; Notes on the Present State of British Typography; and I.C.I. – A New Departure in Advertising.

286 Andre Beaurepaire (Jean Cocteau)
294 Peynet or “Love of One’s Neighbour” (Colette Vasselon)
308 Vertes on Fragrance (W.H. Allner)
316 Erwin Blumenfeld (W.H. Allner)
328 Edward Cocker. The Calligraphic Figures (Hans Kasser)
336 Ch. Berard, Set Designer (C.J. Delbo)
347 Feliks Topolski, War and Peace (C.F.O. Clarke)
356 Art of the table – Printed Plates
362 The Times – A Revolution in Newspaper Printing (C.F.O. Clarke)
366 Notes on the Present State of British Typography
374 R.A. Brandt (John Keir Cross)
380 I.C.I. – A New Departure in Advertising
386 PKZ – From a Competition (Hans Kasser)
397 Book Review
398 Bucherchronik