This might just be the best little book about the Streamline era of the 1930s that we’ve ever come across. Every picture is good and interesting. No duds. And it that makes sense as it was edited by Steve Heller and designed by Seymour Chwast. Every spread packs a punch and pulls us in. We didn’t know we could be interested in this style until we laid our peepers on this one.
- Editor: Steven Heller
- Size: 10.125 × 12 inches
- Pages: 28 + extra fold-outs and stuff
- Binding: Softcover
- Condition: Appears to be a slight coffee stain along the bottom and top edges of a few pages. Not cool. But not the end of the world. Otherwise a nice copy of a nice thing.
- Publisher: The Pushpin Group and Mohawk Paper Mills, 1987