Martin J. Weber
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- "Martin J. Weber, 102, Dies; Innovator in Graphic Techniques". New York Times. June 16, 2007.
Martin J. Weber, a graphic artist, typographer and art director who invented a widely adopted technique that gave two-dimensional images the illusion of appearing in three dimensions, died last Saturday at his home in Manhattan. He was 102. His death was announced by his son, Dr. Carl Weber, a surgeon in White Plains.
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