An enduringly popular style of the '20s and '30s, Art Deco combines bold images and geometric patterns in elegant, decorative, and sophisticated designs. This eclectic CD-ROM set features over 100 illustrations and a variety of Art Deco alphabets inspired by architecture, jewelry, stained glass, and ... read more
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An enduringly popular style of the '20s and '30s, Art Deco combines bold images and geometric patterns in elegant, decorative, and sophisticated designs. This eclectic CD-ROM set features over 100 illustrations and a variety of Art Deco alphabets inspired by architecture, jewelry, stained glass, and other geometric forms from the period. This book and CD-ROM set is part of the Dover Digital Design Source series. Collected from Dover's famous Pictorial Archive library, the images can be used in a variety of print and web projects.
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