Diagram of Nuclear Reaction, German Stamp, 1964

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Diagram of Nuclear Reaction, German Stamp, 1964. Designed by Karl Oskar Blase
Diagram of Nuclear Reaction, German Stamp, 1964. Designed by Karl Oskar Blase
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Advertisements from post-World War II Britain for British Aluminium Company. Designs by Abram Games, Tom Eckersley, FHK Henrion, Pat Keely, and James Hart, who collectively crafted over 100 four-color and 300 black-and-white advertisements.
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Bäumer gave the company a unique brand image amplifying its graphical image after a time of post-war economic recovery. This style of advertising composition can be seen across many 1960s campaigns, especially from other German designers such as Anton Stankowski.