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Grafik-Design Werbung:
R. Stigulinszky, Vermutungen über die Werbung der 70er Jahre
Verbände:
J. Grimm, BDW-Kongreß Berlin ,,An den gesunden Menschenverstand”: Aktion Zeitschriftenanzeige
Wir sind Entwerfer und Planer – für wen? BDG – Seminar Kell
„,Kling’I dich frei”, Projektgruppe Plakatanalyse: Freiheit, die die meinen
Design-Wettbewerbe:
„Macht uns das Büro kaputt?” Olivetti-Wettbewerb
Schutz vor dem Umweltschutz-Signet-Wirrwarr: Bonn suchte ein Zeichen
Produkt-Design:
Bunte Maschinen, Flipper, Spiel-automaten und Spielobjekte B. H. D. Buchloh, Bemerkungen zum Trivial-Design
Musikautomat ,,M 2000″: ohne Filter? Ditterts Musikautomaten-Design aus zweierlei Sicht
Eine Schularbeit: Spielautomat
Techniken Hilfsmittel für die Praxis:
Unterhaltungs- und Spielobjekte: A. Ade, Animationsfilm,Anti-Baby-Pille”
St. Beckmann, Ein foto-optisches Gerät für die Formenfindung?
form-Forum
G. Braun, Aussagen zur Ausbildung
G. Krause, In Bayern lehren
Markt
Produkte, gesehen und notiert

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Form, Internationale Revue 58, 2, 1972
Form, Internationale Revue 58, 2, 1972
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More graphic design history articles
From time to time members of the Graphic Design History group and others have asked for a number of recommendations for books related to design history, theory and specific areas of graphic design. This is the first of a series of articles from educators, designers and archivists featuring book recommendations and resources.

Members Content

A short essay and scanned advertising from Swiss Industrial Graphic Design. A rare book focused on effective industrial promotion authored by Hans Neuburg. The design of the book is credited to Hans Neuburg and Walter Bangerter.
Emiliano Grignani is the grandson of Franco Grignani, one of the most versatile and influential Italian designers. Well-known for his advertising, painting and the way he could visualise motion in such a unique way. I interviewed Emiliano to find out more about Franco and his influence on graphic design and the great resource, https://www.francogrignani.info.
Unit Editions launches Fred Troller Design on Volume – the first comprehensive survey of the work of a pioneering designer who brought Swiss modernism to America in the 1960s, via influential projects for clients including IBM, American Airlines and Geigy.