Project for a Revolution in New York (pt. 2)

July 28, 2011 § Leave a comment

…like it? I think of all the Calder books from this period that I’ve seen, it’s my favourite: the typography’s great (the red really striking against the image) and the design evokes to me that very early age of computer games (no matter how little this succeeds in representing what’s inside the cover at all…).

For part 2, and as a bonus, here’s the back cover, with Robbe-Grillet in customary-issue avant-garde-artist turtleneck/elbow-leaning-posture:

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