25 years of Swiss poster art, 1941 to 1965

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25 years of Swiss poster art, 1941 to 1965

“Der Druckspiegel” typographic supplement May 5, 1967, was focused on a selection of the winning entries from Die besten Plakate des Jahres featuring over fifty winning entries.

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