CA, THE JOURNAL OF THE COMMUNICATION ARTS.
A huge run of this important magazine. 124 issues. Includes the following:
Volume X, No.1-6. (1968)
Volume XI, No.1-6. (1969)
Title changes to Communications Arts Magazine with volume XI, No.2.
Volume XII, No.1-6. (1970)
Volume XIII, No.1-6. (1971)
Volume XIV, No.1-6. (1972)
Volume XVI, No.3,4,5. (1974)
Volume XVII, No.2-6. (1975)
Volume XVIII, No.1-6. (1976)
Volume XIX, No.1-6. (1977)
Now switches to whole number issues. Volume XIX, No.6 (whole issue 129).
130-155, 165, 167-170, 172-175, 177, 179--188, 190-192, 194, 195, 200, 203, 205, 206, 214, 215, 220, 223-226, 228, 236, 256-259, 261, 263-266, 268 (1996).
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> Rand, Paul, PAUL RAND: A DESIGNER'S ART
GLI ADORNATORI DEL LIBRO IN ITALIA
by Ratta, Cesare
Text in Italian. Limited to an edition of 500. Forty-two page section devoted to the works of Adolfo de Carolis. This is followed by 237 pages of examples from many different artists. The book is very worn, most of the pages are loose, wrapper edges tattered. It is protected by a portfolio that is interesting in its own right as the backstrip is holographic.