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Utopia or Oblivion: the Prospects for Humanity by R. Buckminster Fuller

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Apr 24th, 2013. Artwork published in .
    Utopia or Oblivion: the Prospects for Humanity by R. Buckminster Fuller
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    3 Comments on “Utopia or Oblivion: the Prospects for Humanity by R. Buckminster Fuller”

    1. ITC Bauhaus it correct for the main headline, but the subtitle is Harry Thin.

    2. Thanks, Mark. Funny to see these two used together.

    3. The date (1972) as well as details like the e with horizontal bar, the “lazy s” or the spurless r suggest that this is not ITC Bauhaus (1975), but its precursor, PLINC’s Bauhaus Geometric. ITC’s version had these glyphs as alternates, but its s as well as the k are slightly different.

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