Finch, Pruyn & Company, Inc. & Unimark International, 1966. Softcover with flaps.
Very good. Toning and soiling to covers. Unobtrusive writing in pen and pencil front cover top left. Small closed tear at spine back cover bottom right. Scarce landmark design magazine.
This copy is complete as the magazine contains the subscription card that often was removed to be mailed. The debut issue of the short lived New York magazine concerned with visual communication edited by Robert Malone and designed by Massimo Vignelli.
Finding Dot Zero by Herbert Bayer, Decline of the Visual by Marshall McLuhan, Computer Graphics by Maurice Constant, Variations on the Face by Bruno Munari, Psychology of the Visual by Martin Krampen, Printing as an Art Form by Eugene Feldman, Questions of Legibility by Bror Zackrissen, Alternatives to Architecture by Arthur Drexler, etc.
The 1960s were a time for the expansion of artistic ideas and this magazine was created to be a vehicle for the best minds in the arts, architecture, design, and communications. It contains many essays concerned with mid century modern design.