I actually passed this by at first, thinking it was new. It looks so fresh and contemporary, it’s still hard to believe it was designed in 1966. By Robert P. Kentgen.
I’m gonna have to shoot the interior for Gridness at some point, too.
In case you’re still hungry after the first course.
Those are some funky-lookin’ particles. I like how one makes an appearance on the back.
Designed (interior, at least) by Jo Jones.
Damn. The type is over-the-top, but the layout is so simple. I wonder if there was a phototype font that had all these amazing ligatures, or if she did it manually. Either way—good stuff.
Designed by Sally Sullivan (the interior, at least.)
Helvetica. 45° angle. Overprinting. What’s not to love?
I also like how he nestled his design credit in on the back. “David Lawrence Design.”
Yikes—this situation looks pointy.
“Printed in India at The Ultimate Printing House.” The cover is printed well, but the inside looks pretty terrible…
Man, talk about lipstick on a pig. Pretty cool cover for what’s got to be a painfully boring book.
This edition is 1984, so it may have been designed earlier.