The Printing Art was a trade journal that covered aesthetics as well as technics. And it did not shy away from a controversy either. In this 1932 issue, trouble was a-brewin’ in the fields of design and illustration.
Designers and illustrators, suggests the magazine, were at each others’ throats. Not like today, where everyone lives in creative harmony. But in the ’30s, the world was a different place.
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