Paris: Arts Et Métiers Graphiques, 1933.
Softcover. Magazine. Folio. Perfectbound in illustrated wrappers. 71pp. Near fine with tear at the crown and a subtle tidemark to the bottom of a few pages. A copy of the influential French graphic arts magazine founded by Charles Peignot which ran from 1927-1939. This issue a features an eight page article Gus Bofa with two black and white plates, four pages on surrealist photographer Maurice Tabards, and a three-page look at Jean de Brunhoff with a color plate of the the cover of his book *Le Roi Babar*, along with numerous other articles and illustrations examining Daumier and contemporary advertising.