Art and Artifice
Vogue Magazine Cover May 15 1941
Free flowing design which creates a visual 'pun' of the beachball, but also renders the image both exciting (red) and fun (it is afterall a beach ball) and it is also a part of the logo, displayed loose and free without being caged in with the limitations of constant month-to-month branding... the image itself is the branding.
Cover to Vogue Magazine by George Plank 1912
Classical Painting Atelier: A Contemporary Guide to Traditional Studio Practice - AMAZON Published by Watson-Guptill, 256 pages
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