So elegant, controlled; and yet a graphic language with which he could create endlessly.
I agree. Bruce has done a herculean benefit to the design community in forwarding this man's reputation. Dwiggins rightfully holds a seminal, if not widely recognized, position as a renaissance man in the last millenia, leaving much to be an inspiration in a myriad of creative disciplines. It's time his great contributions to the literary and artistic world were reprinted as well. I anxiously await Bruce's contribution to the Dwiggins legacy.
After Will Bradley, Dwiggins must come first.