RN. A Fresh Approach
Ray Nash Papers. MS-1076, Box 25, folder 14. Rauner Special Collections
‘Graphic Art…takes in the considerable sweep of human activity devoted to the making and manifolding of visual symbols based on drawing and writing.’ So wrote Ray Nash in 1940. This piece was reprinted by Roderick Stinehour in RN. A Fresh Approach, a festschrift celebrating Nash’s 50th birthday on 25th February 1955. Grinnell also contributed, proving that Nash was right about his potential. The reverse image on the left is by the New York-based Stanley Rice, another of Nash’s students, who was a pioneer in computer typeset design.
Roderick Stinehour, et al., “RN. A Fresh Approach,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed August 15, 2018, http://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/10133.
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