What style could be more à propos to grace the covers of these journals than the lavish designs of France in the 1920s and ‘30s? Bridging the gap between fine art and everyday objects, the Art Deco movement left behind the manifestos and politically charged notions of its early 20th century counterparts in favor of a purely decorative luxury. The cover reproduces a fine French binding of Christian Pitois’ 1932 volume Contes d’Hoffmann, the story of a protagonist being wooed by that subtle and irresistible muse, poetry.
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