Will Bradley (1868–1962) was among the first American artists to realize the immense possibilities creative design held for the business world. This full-color volume contains more than 100 examples of Bradley's finest work, revealing his skills as an artist, illustrator, type designer, advertiser, and printer. This edition includes Bradley's extremely readable "Notes Toward an Autobiography," tracing the artist's life from his work as a printer's devil in Michigan through his career as an art supervisor for the vast Hearst printing empire.
Edited by Clarence Hornung. Published by Dover Publications in 2017. Paperback, measures 8 x 10 inches, 144 pages. ISBN 9780486811291