Art Direction, Magazine of Visual Communication, 353, July 1978. Cover design by April Greiman and Raul Vega

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Art Direction, The Magazine of Visual Communication, July 1978, Volume XXX, Number 4, Issue No. 353
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From the inside cover; Ready for a Heatwave: Photographer Raul Vega and Type & Design specialist April Greiman specialise in having a good time. Their combined philosophy — “You can’t have too much fun.” Their combined efforts — our Kool-Ray cool July cover celebration of Hot Fun.

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Art Direction, Magazine of Visual Communication, 353, July 1978. Cover design by April Greiman and Raul Vega
Art Direction, Magazine of Visual Communication, 353, July 1978. Cover design by April Greiman and Raul Vega
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