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The Man Who Died, 1947

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The Man Who Died, 1947
The Man Who Died, 1947
The Man Who Died, 1947
The Man Who Died, 1947

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Good; chipping, particularly at the spine
0.5" L x 4.75" W x 7.25" H

Why We Love This

The Man Who Died, by D. H. Lawrence. New Directions, 1947. Second printing, 1950. 103 pages. Cover design by Alvin Lustig, one of the most important modernist book cover designers of the mid-20th century. His starkly surreal style was reliant on hand-cut paper shapes and sparse photographic fragments laid out with a strong sense of the grid. Price-clipped, with edge wear and chipping especially at the spine. Pencil notations on the front free end paper, but otherwise a clean interior.
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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.