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Will Burtin: The Display of Visual Knowledge
Will Burtin: The Display of Visual Knowledge
Will Burtin: The Display of Visual Knowledge
Will Burtin: The Display of Visual Knowledge

The Graphic Design Archives Chapbook Series celebrates the achievements of key design pioneers whose work is collected in the Special Collections department of RIT Libraries.


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No Room for Democracy, Hardcover

Dick Rosenbaum, born to a Jewish immigrant family in 1930s upstate New York, first met with discrimination as a young boy. Intensifying his personal struggle was the onset of alopecia hair loss at age 8. Through his new autobiography we learn that Dick Rosenbaum not only beat the odds but actually turned his hair condition into a major asset which he used to enhance his career throughout his remarkable life.


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No Room for Democracy, Softcover

Dick Rosenbaum, born to a Jewish immigrant family in 1930s upstate New York, first met with discrimination as a young boy. Intensifying his personal struggle was the onset of alopecia hair loss at age 8. Through his new autobiography we learn that Dick Rosenbaum not only beat the odds but actually turned his hair condition into a major asset which he used to enhance his career throughout his remarkable life.


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Alphabet Stories
Alphabet Stories
Alphabet Stories
Alphabet Stories
Alphabet Stories

After a complete sell-out of the American edition, RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press is releasing a second edition of Alphabet Stories: A Chronicle of Technical Developmentsby famed German calligrapher and typographer, Hermann Zapf. This new edition is enhanced by the addition of a letterpress-printed broadside designed by Zapf.


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Moments of Truth, Hardcover

Withstanding childhood poverty in a migrant farming family and an illness in 1943 at age 11 that left him profoundly deaf, Robert R. Davila persevered to become one of the first deaf persons in history to earn a doctorate. He did so at a time when interpreting in higher education had not yet become a professional support service. Davila worked unfailingly to achieve positions of stature as vice president of Gallaudet University, the president of three major deaf education organizations, and the seeming culmination of his career as the highest appointed deaf official ever in the U.S.


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Cipe Pineles, Two Remembrances
Cipe Pineles, Two Remembrances
Cipe Pineles, Two Remembrances
Cipe Pineles, Two Remembrances
Cipe Pineles, Two Remembrances

"The format and size of this new series of books, dedicated to the graphic designers in the RIT Graphic Design Special Collections, expresses the intention of reaching a wide audience of scholars and students, as well as design professionals."
—Massimo Vignelli


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The Work of Ismar David
The Work of Ismar David
The Work of Ismar David
Edited By David Pankow

Ismar David made his career over a broad spectrum of applied art. His work is exciting, not merely because of its technical excellence, but because it resonates with clarity and color of a distinct and distinctive artistic voice.


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The Uncommon Denominator
The Uncommon Denominator
The Uncommon Denominator
The Uncommon Denominator
The Uncommon Denominator
The Uncommon Denominator

The Uncommon Denominator: A Tribute to Richard Hirsch presents a spectrum of aesthetic eloquence and technical mastery in the ceramic arts. The traveling exhibition and accompanying catalog celebrate the career of Richard Hirsch through the work of a selection of his alumni. Hirsch has achieved professional recognition both as a ceramic artist and teacher.


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Lester Beall: Space, Time & Content
Lester Beall: Space, Time & Content
Lester Beall: Space, Time & Content
Lester Beall: Space, Time & Content
Lester Beall: Space, Time & Content

Lester Beall: Space, Time & Content explores the work of Lester Beall through reproductions of RIT's comprehensive holdings. Beall (1903-1969) gained prominence through his ads, posters and identity projects commissioned from such high-profile clients as the Chicago Tribune, Collier's and Time magazines, the Rural Electrification Administration and International Paper Company. Throughout his career, Beall's award-winning design and high principles made him a favored lecturer in professional and educational circles.


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Melbert B. Cary, Jr. and the Press of the Woolly Whale
Melbert B. Cary, Jr. and the Press of the Woolly Whale
Melbert B. Cary, Jr. and the Press of the Woolly Whale

Sepia frontispiece of Cary, 14 reproductions, some in color; 4 tip-ins. typography by Jerry Kelly. Printed on Zerkall in letterpress and offset. Bound by Judi Conant with black cloth spine, foil-stamped title. An edition of 120 copies.


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