Chinese Graphic Design in the Twentieth Century

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From posters and advertisements to book covers and magazines, this volume presents a dazzling panoply of graphics, brilliantly uncovered by the authors from long-forgotten sources, mostly in China itself, after surviving innumerable upheavals: natural catastrophes, war and revolution. An astonishing collection of graphics, uncovered from long- forgotten sources, mostly in China itself.


Scott Minick and Jiao Ping
Publisher: Thames and Hudson
published 2010

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