Taschen presents Fritz Kahn, a comprehensive volume celebrating the 125th anniversary of the revered illustrator, doctor, educator and writer. Kahn was chased out of Nazi Germany, whereafter most of his work were banned, burned, and thus, forgotten. Most consider Kahn’s greatest achievement to be his ability to illustrate extremely complex medical and biological systems in easily understandable graphics. This monograph features over 350 illustrations along with original texts by Kahn, and a foreword by Steven Heller. This is a must for anyone interested in the process of graphic visualization, or has any interest in a true artistic pioneer. Available now for $44 from Amazon.
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