ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989

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A collection of advertisements from various events and publicity campaigns held in Japan. Packed with eye-catching posters, flyers, direct mail pieces and dozens of other media announcements.

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ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989

 

ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989

 

ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989

 

ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989

 

ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989

 

ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
ESPRIT The Comprehensive Design Principle, Robundo, 1989
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