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The Potential of Women
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Rudolph de Harak (1924 – 2002) was a legendary American graphic designer who is well-known for his book cover designs for McGraw-Hill during the 50s and 60s. A modernist at heart, de Harak also designed record covers for Columbia and Westminster, as well as these lovely clocks.
Design: Rudolph de Harak. Midcentury book cover art.
Buamai - Aisleone - Graphic Design, Typography And Grid Systems
some more inspiration for a vintage book cover, i love the line in this one
Design: Rudolph deHarak
Design by Rudolph De Harek
Typographic cover design by Rudolph de Harak, circa 1969
An Introduction to Scientific Research | E. Bright Wilson, Jr.
Rudolph de Harak, cover for Cards of Identity by Nigel Dennis (Meridian Fiction, 1960 printing) | Book Cover Design
design by Rudolph de Harak for A Dynamic Theory of Personality: 1959
Designed by Rudolph DeHarak
Rudolph de Harak
magazine cover: Graphis Magazine cover
Love Against Hate cover by Paul Rand A Paul Rand paperback book cover design. Love Against Hate by Karl Menninger. Harvest Books, 1959. #book #art #graphicdesign via Scott Lindberg
Craft Horizons September/October 1953 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Flickr Photo Download: Chemtrail: I'm a sucker for airline related prints, but regardless this is a great design