Commercial Art

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This British magazine devoted to all aspects of graphic design and display was launched at a time when ‘commercial artists’ were striving hard to be recognized as design professionals. Taken over by the Studio in 1926, the fragility of their status was reflected in the frequent subsequent changes in title: Commercial Art and Industry (1932), Art and Industry (1937), and, eventually, Design for Industry (1959).

Subjects: Industrial and Commercial Art.

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