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Werbung Prognosen Interviews
Th. Ellwein, Die Zukunft der Massenkommunikation
„,Der Verbraucher ist nahezu total manipuliert” sagen die Jusos
H. Lubalin: „Die zweidimensionalen Möglichkeiten der Gestaltung scheinen so gut wie erschöpft”
Analyse P. v. Kornatzki: X-TRA Gewinnen Sie den Elefanten
J. Schmidt: Mit allen Prestige – wassern . . . (Lehrlingswerbung)
Grafik-Design
l. Klöcker, Identität oder Identifikation? (Firmen-Image)
Produkt-Design
M. Sack, Münchener Spiele – storniertes Design
K.-D. Stoffers, Zwischen Kunst, Kommerz und Kitsch Olympia-werbung „Olympic Souvenir”
E. Pumpe-Krüger, Der Schlauch von Köln (Möbelmesse)
Institutionen – Das Design-Zentrum wird in Frage gestellt
form-Forum – ,,Industrial Design” – nur für Eingeweihte?
Markt – Produkte, gesehen und notiert

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Form, Internationale Revue 53, 1, 1971. Designed by Karl Heinz Krug
Form, Internationale Revue 53, 1, 1971. Designed by Karl Heinz Krug
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Simon Dixon is the co-founder of DixonBaxi and has been at the forefront of exceptional design from the start of his carreer. This year, DixonBaxi, celebrated twenty years in business, and their team of forty work with clients such as WWE, MAX, Premier League, Channel 4 and Netflix.
Last month (March 2022), I spoke to over fifty Graphic Design undergraduates about the archive and my passion for design history, after which the students had full access to items in the collection and participated in discourse amongst their peers and lecturers. As part of their critical studies unit, the students will be producing essays and content related to the impact, history and aesthetics of selected artefacts.

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Collected examples of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Cycling Safety and Proficiency design output, a landmark initiative aimed at enhancing cycling safety.

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Little is known about the designer Günther Heil. he established his graphic studio in Berlin and designed many advertisements for 8mm and 16mm film distributor Bruno Schmidt in the 1960s. These were created in the same era as the film distributor Atlas Films was sending films to art-house theatres and were hiring designers Hans Hillmann, Hans Michel, Günther Kieser, Wolfgang Schmidt and Karl Oskar Blase.