Chermayeff & Geismar

August 2011
Creative Review;Aug2011 Monograph, Issue 48, p4
An image is presented of a letter from Tom Geismas, part of the design studio Cherfmayeff & Geismar Studio, as part of the Hand.Written.Letter.Project compiling letters from designers.


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