Publisher, Size (h x w)
Ralph Eckerstrom for Unimark International and Finch, Pruyn & Company, USA, 12 x 9", 48 pp., English
Published quarterly in New York, NY from 1966–68 in a total of 5 issues, Dot Zero was the important experimental quarterly for professionals in the fields of visual communication and design.
Masterfully designed by Massimo Vignelli, Dot Zero 1 includes: Editorial Statement, Finding Dot Zero (Herbert Bayer), Decline of the Visual (Marshall McLuhan), Computer Graphics (Maurice Constant), Variations on the Face (Bruno Munari), Psychology of the Visual (Martin Krampen), Printing as an Art Form (Eugene Feldman), Questions of Legibility (Bror Zachrisson), Alternatives to Architecture (Arthur Drexler), Greetings with examples from Crosby, Fletcher, Forbes and Gill, Josef Albers, Max Bill, etc. and Book Review: Vasarely.
A near fine original journal with light wear and soiling to the front/back white wrappers. The subscription card has been removed from the back.
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