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Still 20 m.p.h.
Lessons from the Decorations by Harold F. Hutchison
Glass Fibre Coachwork & its Future
Window on the Queens of England
Pair of Aces by James de Holden Stone
Promoting the Textile Industry in Holland
New Designs in Production & Project
The Designer & the Cartoon Film bBy Geoffrey Martin
Menus de Luxe

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Art and Industry 327, September 1953
Art and Industry 327, September 1953
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Max Huber worked across advertising, packaging, design and industrial design. He had a distinctive style that skillfully blended bright hues with photomontage.

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A collection of letterpresses German brochures from 1959/1960 designed by Hans Geipel for Süddeutsche Rundfunk (SDR), the South German Radio Network based in Stuttgart.

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The typographic designs produced for the National Theatre by Ken Briggs are not only iconic and depict the Swiss typographic style of the time, but remain a key example of the creation of a cohesive brand style.
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