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Designer: Seymour Chwast

"The Basic Handyman's Book"
by George Daniels.
Harper & Row, 1966.
5.75" x 8.5"
179 pages.

"A guide for the unhandy handyman: how to cope with a leaky faucet, a stuck door, hanging a picture and dozens of other simple home improvements."

An nice example of Chwast's work, using a typical illustrative "Chwast-ism": the human figure with a non-human head. A nice unclipped example, illustrated in black & white by the author. Some edge wear and a small tear to the top edge of the jacket. Very clean interior.

About Seymour Chwast:
Seymour Chwast (1931- ) co-founded the seminal postmodern design shop Pushpin Studios in 1954 alongside Milton Glaser, Edward Sorel, and Reynold Ruffins. His award-winning design and illustrative style is known for referencing culture, and was inspired early on by the work of Ben Shahn, Georg Grosz, Georges Rouault and Honoré Daumier. Chwast's work has been collected by The Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and other leading institutions around the world.

SEYMOUR CHWAST book cover design, 1966. "The Basic Handyman's Book" by George Daniels.

Overview

  • Materials: graphic design, paper, ink, offset printing
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 131 reviews
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