Advertising and Book Illustrations
This chapter is a chronological study of Vassos’s most productive period as an illustrator and artist. It focuses on three major works: Salome (1927 and 1930), his first and most popular book; Contempo (1929), a book of social criticism authored by his wife Ruth; and Phobia (1930), which gave him expertise in psychology that he later applied to his designs in the radio and television field.
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