Das Plakat, a German magazine, began in 1910 as an extension of Verein der Plakat Freunde (The Society for Friends of the Poster). Everything I know about Das Plakat I learned from an article by SVA's own Steven Heller that he wrote for designtaxi.com. Read it now, and become illuminated!
We only have one proper cover of Das Plakat (Plakat means poster), a striking gold-metallic number from May 1914. The issue was devoted to European poster stamps.
The other items we have are not magazine covers, rather they are interior pages from various issues 1913-1915 (though I have decided they should live in the Magazine Covers folder so users can consider them together). Examples follow:
The next two pages feature works by Austrian painter, draftsman, illustrator, commercial graphic artist, typographer and writer Julius Klinger:
Julius Klinger in our book stacks:
Visual Arts Library
NK1550 .K5513 1985
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Next is a poster advertising a Sch tzenfest (target shooting party) by Richard Schaupp:
And lastly the title page from the January 05, 1914 edition:
Apr 12 2011