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90/491-1 Exhibition catalogue, 'Contemporary Art Society 25th Annual Interstate Exhibition', designed by Alistair Morrison, printed by Edwards & Shaw, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1963. Click to enlarge.

Contemporary Art Society catalogue designed by Alistair Morrison

Designed
The catalogue consists of a single page folded into three. On the outer facing side of the catalogue, the design features three circle graphics (one on each fold) with radiating spikes. Two of the circles feature spikes of text - 'Contemporary Art Society' separated by black dots; the alternate, spikes of black spotted stripes and a central black dot. On the interior side of the catalogue is a printed list of exhibitors.

Summary

Object No.

90/491-1

Object Statement

Exhibition catalogue, 'Contemporary Art Society 25th Annual Interstate Exhibition', designed by Alistair Morrison, printed by Edwards & Shaw, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1963

Physical Description

The catalogue consists of a single page folded into three. On the outer facing side of the catalogue, the design features three circle graphics (one on each fold) with radiating spikes. Two of the circles feature spikes of text - 'Contemporary Art Society' separated by black dots; the alternate, spikes of black spotted stripes and a central black dot. On the interior side of the catalogue is a printed list of exhibitors.

Marks

Marks present

Dimensions

Height

205 mm

Width

180 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Contemporary Art Society catalogue designed by Alistair Morrison 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 January 2022, <https://ma.as/107224>

Wikipedia

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