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Abstract Collage – Bodil Jane

Abstract Collage – Bodil Jane

I love the shapes and thin and thick typography as well as it being in French // COLOR / Abstract Collage - Bodil Jane

Sister Corita

When humans become monsters that behead people and teach young children that hate and murder are good things hate and murder should be rewarded they are no longer humans!

Corita Kent

Convent Typography: The Art & Activism of Sister Mary Corita

Sister Corita Kent posters from the 1968 Pilgrim Press book from modernsquirrel.ca

As I mentioned in the previous post, I went to the Victoria College annual book sale in Toronto yesterday evening and found a treasure!

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April Greiman Biography - April Greiman is an influential contemporary American graphic designer. Her innovative ideas and transmedia projects have taken the world by storm.

Corita Kent (1918-1986), For the Oaks, The press of my foot to the earth springs a hundred affections, #WaltWhitman #LeavesOfGrass Corita Art Center.

Corita Kent For the Oaks, The press of my foot to the earth springs a hundred affections, Corita Art Center.

Artist/ Author: H.N. Werkman Title : HN Werkman Publisher: Groninger Museum voor stad en lande, 1964 Text / Language: dutch Measurements: 10.3 x 5,2 inches. Condition: NM+ extra information on this it

Groninger Museum , dutch typography# H.N. WERKMAN # Wim Crouwel design,1964, NM+

Artist/ Author: H. Werkman Title : HN Werkman Publisher: Groninger Museum voor stad en lande, 1964 Text / Language: dutch Measurements: x inches. Condition: NM+ extra information on this it

A box set of Sister Corita Kent. Oh, wow. Will someone lend me 195 pounds, ASAP?!

Art publisher has produced a beautiful new collection of the work of the acclaimed American screenprinting nun Sister Corita Kent.

Corita Kent (Sister Mary Corita)  (A Little) More Careful, 1967

A Creative Storm: Californian Graphic Design

Corita Kent (Sister Mary Corita) (A Little) More Careful, 1967

"Keep Right STOP,” a screenprint by Corita Kent,1967, 30-by-36-inches.

The exhibition “Corita,” featuring screenprints and ephemera by American artist Corita Kent has opened in the Jundt Galleries of the Jundt Art Museum at Gonzaga University and runs through Dec.

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