Edited by Adi Englman and Dan Handel
Dan Reisinger is probably the most prolific Israeli designer of his generation, responsible for hundreds of logos, posters, and corporate identity projects from the 1950s onwards. This publication, accompanying a major retrospective exhibition at the Israel Museum, pays tribute to a talented designer whose graphic work has had a massive impact on the Israeli visual landscape.
Along with its lavish, vibrant illustrations, the book contains an enlightening interview with Reisinger and chapters on such topics as the designer’s posters, his visual branding for El Al Israel Airlines, and his iconic perpetual calendar for The Museum of Modern Art. The contributing writers of the articles include experts on marketing, communications, graphic design, and Supergraphics from Israel and abroad, who together have written a comprehensive volume that will intrigue and satisfy art enthusiasts, historians, students, and well as any who wish to expand their knowledge. The perfect addition to any library, this magnificent literary masterpiece is must read for those with curious minds!
2017 • Hebrew (English forthcoming) • 160 pages • hard cover •
32 x 24.5 cm