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Tel Aviv, Israel, 1999. 77 pp., illustrations: 67 col., 75 b&w, 30 × 24 cm. Hebrew & English.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art (March 1999)
Highlights from the oeuvre of Gabriel and Maxim Shamir, whose ubiquitous graphic creations (including the Israeli State’s Emblem, the national Post Office symbol, stamps and currency notes) were among the most conspicuous and influential of the country’s early years. Three essays on Hebrew graphic design (Batia Donner), currency notes (Maoz Azaryahu) and the Shamir brother’s typographical styles (Yanek Iontef). Descriptive captions for illustrations. No itemized listing.