Czech graphic design from the 20s and 30s was an amalgam of European modernism and Czech austerity. The printed artifacts shown here are reserved yet eye-catching. There is a soothing proficiency that underscores the Laissez–faire aesthetics of each piece. Regrettably, these are not signed, but the designers are virtuosos of simplicity.
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