International Science and Technology 1962 February
International Science and Technology was a science magazine similar to Scientific American.
Cover illustrated by Edmond Casarella:
Edward Cassarella dealt with the problem of, as he puts it, "describing the feeling of a mechanical device in visual terms" by making a monoprint. This still unusual technique is becoming more popular because artists like the flexibility and spontaneity it permits. The artist constructs his picture in inks on glass or metal plate, then presses paper against the plate to transfer the image. Casarella is both printmaker and painter, has taught at Brooklyn Museum and at Yale Summer Art School, has received a Fullbright fellowship and Guggenheim and Tiffany awards.
Art direction by Gerald Ferguson. Will Burtin is listed as design consultant.