02 mei 2013

Henris Walk To Paris
























































Henri’s Walk To Paris (1920-1996) created by the renowned Saul Bass also known as one of the greatest graphic designers of all time. Bass was the creator of some of the most timeless logos and most memorable film title sequences of the twentieth century. In the early 60′s Bass collaborated with former librarian Leonore Klein on his only children’s book, which spent decades as a prized out-of-print collector’s item. Fifty years later, Rizzoli reprinted Henri’s Walk To Paris — graphically simple, bold with color, minimalist and incredibly rich, this book tells a sweet story of a boy living in rural france and his dream to go to Paris. You will fall in love with the images…. and possibly Henri’s dream ♥


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