The Evolution of Graphic Arts in a Conservation Agency Magazine

This paper deals with the development of graphic design concepts as incorporated into a conservation agency magazine from 1966 to the present. This evolution will be presented relative to six different categories each with an individual set of typical graphics problems. They are: Logo (title block), covers, inside front cover, editorial page, interior (both print and illustration), and special graphic effects. The refinement of a coherent and meaningful graphics design in these areas typifies the evolution of the whole.

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