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New Directions 10, 1948

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New Directions 10, 1948
New Directions 10, 1948
New Directions 10, 1948
New Directions 10, 1948

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; edge chipping and tears
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
1.5" L x 6.25" W x 9.5" H
Color/Finish:
n/a

Why We Love This

New Directions 10, edited by James Laughlin. New Directions, 1948. First Edition. 512 pages. An annual exhibition gallery of new and divergent trends in literature, with contributions from Paul Eluard, Rene Char, Tennessee Williams, James Agee, Paul Bowles and others. Cover design by Lee Mullican, the important West Coast painter and influential member of the Dynaton Movement. Mullican was a member of the UCLA art faculty from 1962 to 1990. Unclipped, with edge wear and chipping.
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About New Documents

Scott Lindberg opened New Documents as a natural progression of his collection of mid-20th century graphic design. Featuring work by seminal designers including Seymour Chwast, Alvin Lustig, Paul Rand and Milton Glaser, New Documents offers the highest quality design that will continue to endure the test of time. New Documents has been featured in newspapers, magazines, books, and online. Scott has supplied materials to several museum exhibitions exploring mid-twentieth century graphics.