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Dingen van Arie, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1969 designed by Wim Crouwel and Jolijn van de Wouw (Total Design)
Dingen van Arie, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1969 designed by Wim Crouwel and Jolijn van de Wouw (Total Design)
Dingen van Arie, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1969 designed by Wim Crouwel and Jolijn van de Wouw (Total Design)
Dingen van Arie, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1969 designed by Wim Crouwel and Jolijn van de Wouw (Total Design)
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Oldřich Hlavsa worked primarily in publication design and typography and played a major part in Czech graphic design history. He designed over 2000 book covers and published a series of his own books related to typography.

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Gregory Vines' design and process behind the Typographische Monatsblätter 1978 covers. From the initial inspiration drawn from Bellinzona's gate to the process of film montage, resulting in six stunning cover masterpieces.

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I have known Rob for over a decade and I have been a huge admirer of his work. He specialises in reverse gilded glass sign making, typographic murals and traditional sign-writing.