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Fassbender, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1961. Design by Willem Sandberg
Fassbender, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1961. Design by Willem Sandberg
Fassbender, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1961. Design by Willem Sandberg
Fassbender, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1961. Design by Willem Sandberg
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Both the And So To Embroider & And So to Sew bulletins were published by the Needlework Development Scheme. Established in 1934 and operating until 1961, the scheme was a partnership between educational establishments (Scottish art schools, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow) and industry.

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The Best Swiss Posters Award was an annual competition, judged by a Swiss Jury. They selected a range of posters, showcasing a range of poster styles from completely typographic designs such as the work of Robert Büchler, to the illustrated posters of Donald Brun.

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Before ascending to fame within the contemporary art scene, Warhol enjoyed a thriving career as a commercial artist. His illustration work was commissioned by various magazines, including The New Yorker, Vogue, and Harper's Bazaar.
The graphic designer had to create a series of ads whose new publicity effects were to confirm or accentuate the already existing • image • of the paper. In this case, the planning was not based on a would-be psychological analysis of the reading public.