Die FlÃ¤che (The surface) designs for art, posters, books and print products, 1903/4. Published by Felician Baron Myrbach, Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser and Alfred Roller. Vienna. Via plakatkontor
Die FlÃ¤cheÂ (The Surface) was a Viennese graphic arts periodical published in two volumes Â featuring theÂ work of artists associated with the Wiener WerkstÃ¤tte- Bertold LÃ¶ffler, Moriz Jung, Franz Karl Delavilla, Urban Janke, Wenzel Oswald, Gustav Marisch, Karl Schwetz, and others. The first volume was publishedÂ in 1903/1904 by Felician Baron Myrbach and the second in 1910 by Bertold LÃ¶ffler in association with Anton Scholl & Co.They contained a total of 124 pages of contemporary applications of graphic design with examples of poster art, books, wallpaper, textiles, stained glass, inlay, embroidery, monograms, business cards, and costume jewelry. (Source)
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