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Illustrations by Bohumil Štěpán for Crazy Fairy Tales

Illustration by Bohumil Štěpán for Praštěné pohádky (Crazy Fairy Tales), published by SNDK, Prague, 1965. From the essay: http://designobserver.com/article.php?id=38683

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Illustrations by Bohumil Štěpán for Crazy Fairy Tales

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Drawings of Russian criminal tattoos by Danzig Baldaev. Collection: Fuel, London. From the essay: Danzig Baldaev's Prison House of Flesh

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Richard Fremund, Reality, poster for a Polish film, Czechoslovakia, 1961. From the essay: In Praise of the East European Film Poster

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In Praise of the East European Film Poster

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Page from The Metallization of a Dream, showing Eduardo Paolozzi’s Automobile Head screen print, 1954. From the essay: On My Shelf: The Metallization of a Dream

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Purgatory: Canto XIX — The Covetous, 2010, from A Typographic Dante, a piece of typewriter art by Barrie Tullett. From the essay: Rediscovering the Lost Art of the Typewriter. http://observatory.designobserver.com/rickpoynor/feature/rediscovering-the-lost-art-of-the-typewriter/38478/

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Cover design by Martin Sharp, Ure Smith, 1968. From the essay: Martin Sharp: People, Politics and Pop

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Peter Klasen, Les Bruits de la Ville (The Noises of the City), acryllic on canvas, 1966. From the essay: What Does J.G. Ballard Look Like? Part 2

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Cover of A History of the Machine by Robert Soulard, Leisure Arts Publishers (third British edition), first published 1962. Designed by Erik Nitsche. From the essay: On My Shelf: A History of the Machine

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Playpower illustrated and designed by Martin Sharp, Jonathan Cape, 1970. From the essay: On My Shelf: Richard Neville's Playpower

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On My Shelf: Richard Neville’s Playpower

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Illustration by Phoebe Gloeckner for The Atrocity Exhibition, Re/Search, 1990. From the essay: What Does J.G. Ballard Look Like?

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What Does J.G. Ballard Look Like?

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