avant garde

[n] - artists or writers whose ideas are ahead of their time
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Avant Garde

(from the article `graphic design`) ...dot of the exclamation point, uses ligatures (two or more letters combined into one form) and alternate characters to form a tightly compressed ...
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Avant Garde

(from the article `graphic design`) ...overlapped, or slanted. Lubalin`s ability to make powerful visual communications solely with type is seen in a 1968 announcement for an antiwar ...
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Avant Garde

[magazine] Avant Garde was a magazine notable for graphic and logogram design by Herb Lubalin. The magazine had 14 issues and was published from January 1968 to July 1971. The editor was Ralph Ginzburg. Avant Garde 3 published in May 1968 lists in the masthead `Peter Schjeldahl as Features Editor, Leslie M. Rockwell as Articles Editor, Lawr...
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Avant Garde

New or original and often unconventional techniques, concepts, products, etc, usually associated with the arts and creative areas
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