Pap. Milano, 2007
Book ID: 73600
Milanese graphic designer Albe Steiner, who founded the studio graphica foto with his soon-to-be wife, Lica, in which they pioneered darkroom techniques many eras before digital manipulation, restricting their color use to red, yellow and blue. Alongside the rise of Fascism, and leading up to World War II, Steiner's graphic work became increasingly political. Following the war, Steiner and his wife moved to Mexico, where he designed furniture and worked with Hannes Meyer, the former head of the Bauhaus.
158 pp., 152 color, 56 B&W illus.