Wendingen, maandblad voor bouwen en sieren (monthly magazine for building and decoration), was a Dutch magazine of the society Architectura et Amicitia that was published from 1918 until 1933. Each magazine dealt with a contemporary issue in architecture, art and/or design. The art magazine was especially notable for its special square shape and unconventional typography. This copy was made in 1927 and has as theme New ceramics. The cover was designed by Tine Baanders, edited by Hendrik Wijdeveld. The introduction is written by H.E. van Gelder. The magazine consists of pictures of works by several artists, including Chris Lanooy, Roger Guérin, Jean Gauguin and Max Esser. This edition consists of 20 pages, including advertisements.