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Black folder containing 24 black and white plates of Rand’s work. This exhibition ran from March 31-May 29, 1947. A truly rare piece.
Ten years ago I published the work of Paul Rand in PM Magazine. I felt then as I do now that he has brought to graphic design a fresh point of view. His work has always been daring. Making use of simple elements, he employs his imagination and is able to convey a picture which is not easily forgotten.
Designers who seek inspiration can always turn to the work of Paul Rand for stimulation and new ideas. Industrial design and art for commerce are enhanced by his fine work. A.D. Gallery is proud to present Paul Rand because we feel that he has a distinct message and he knows how to sell it.
Paul Rand: His Works from 1946-1958
Alfred A. Knopf, 1959
The book was produced in Japan, and the text is in both Japanese and English.View Now
Other Books worth exploring
Ginza Graphic Gallery
5.25 x 7.5 hardcover book with 64 pages and 54 full-page color reproductions of Rand’s designs, spanning his career from 1939 to 1988.
Paul Rand: Modernist Designer
Places Rand in the proper context within a century of innovative art, design, architecture and technology.
This meticulously researched and detailed survey marks the first complete retrospective of Rand’s powerful body of work.