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Habima הבימה

Photo(s) by “Philipp Messner”. Imported from Flickr on Jan 16, 2019. Artwork published in
circa 1948
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    Habima הבימה 1
    Source: https://www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Philipp Messner and tagged with “dekoraschmuck”. License: CC BY-NC.

    The name of the Tel Aviv theatre on a flyer from the 1940s. It is constructed from decorative typographic elements, distributed under the name Dekora by the foundry Schriftguss AG vorm. Brüder Butter in Dresden. The print shows the by iconic building from 1945 by the architect Oskar Kaufmann.

    Dekora specimen, Schriftguss AG, Dresden, 1931.
    Source: https://www.flickr.com Philipp Messner. License: CC BY-NC.

    Dekora specimen, Schriftguss AG, Dresden, 1931.

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    1 Comment on “Habima הבימה”

    1. Jan 17th, 2019  10:37 am

      A wonderful find, and our first documented use for Dekora! Thanks, Philipp.

      Oskar Kaufmann also designed the Volksbühne in Berlin (1913–1914), among several other theater buildings.

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