Alvin Lustig & Frank Lloyd Wright

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Alvin Lustig & Frank Lloyd Wright

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The December 2017 issue of the Journal of Organic Architecture + Design explores iconic MCM designer Alvin Lustig's relationship with Frank Lloyd Wright and features a selection of the designer's early graphic work created during the first period of Lustig's short but distinguished career.

For three months at the end of 1935, Alvin Lustig studied at Taliesin near Spring Green, Wisconsin. Disillusioned by the atmosphere at Wright's "school" and unable to assimilate, Lustig soon left. However, he never lost his admiration for Wright and Lustig's career as a trailblazing modern graphic designer was very much influenced by his mentor. Sadly, Lustig died very young at the age of 45 in the mid-1950s.

Check out some preview images and order your copy (or subscribe to the journal) by following the link below:

http://www.oadarchives.com/product/journal-oa-d-5-3


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