Images via Monoskop

If you enjoyed Adobe’s revivals of unfinished Bauhaus fonts, be prepared to stick your nose into these treats for design, typography and architecture lovers.

Monoskop, a wiki for the study of arts and media, has compiled a selection of “hard-to-get” design books and journals from the Bauhaus era, the period when functionality first intertwined with aesthetics.

Preview the collection and check out the high-res material, which is free-to-download, over at Monoskop.


Screenshot via Monoskop


Screenshot via Monoskop

[via Open Culture, images via Monoskop]

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