First published in 1965 by Wesleyan University Press, Anni Albers’s seminal text On Weaving remained in print for two decades. In her unique, luminous way, Albers created an elegant, lucid, and entertaining book which in a mere eighty pages of text (supported by more than one hundred images) quietly and authoritatively provides both the general reader and the informed expert with a meditation on weaving, its history, its tools and techniques, and its implication for twentieth-century design and designers. This paperback version from a 1979 printing features 112 black-and-white drawings, details, and full-page images.
Softcover: 204 pp
Publisher: Wesleyan (1979)
Dimensions: 10 x 7 3/4 in.
Illustrations: 112 b/w
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