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A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
A Preview of the design for the 1984 Olympic Games designed by Deborah Sussman and Paul Prejza
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Albrecht Ade's students produced some great typographic compositions and print work in his typography class, here's a selection of the work and information about Albrecht Ade.
In minor printed matter we constantly meet the new typography, but it is relatively rare to find posters designed on the new lines. And yet poster-designing is a field where new typographical methods might be employed with great effect.
When Fritz Gottschalk and Stuart Ash joined forces in Montreal, it was a partnership ideally suited to the city's hybrid environment. Gottschalk's training in graphic design in Switzerland, Paris and London was rigid, his background European; Ash, Canadian born and educated, was trained in the North American fashion, though he was influenced by his work with European designers
IBM puts a premium on functional design, forms and colours which make it far easier for the potential customer to gain an insight. In this respect the IBM methods are exemplary. The IBM already opened studios of artistic and graphic design for its German and Italian offices and a few years ago another such studio was established in Paris. Frank René Testemale was entrusted with its organisation and was appointed its business and art director.