Content includes:
Letters to the Editors
Russian Unofficial Art: ‘A Fairy Tale about a
Firm Road’, by Stuart Lawrence
Autumn Sequence, poems by David Chaloner
Totality through Light – The Work of
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy by Istvan Kovacs
Black Mountain College (3)
The Total Approach by John Evarts
Black Mountain College: A Diary by Jean Charlot
Great Little Magazines, No. 6: De Stijl
Author Index Part 1, to Theo van Doesburg


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Form, No.6, December 1967
Form, No.6, December 1967
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The advertising agency played a crucial role in shaping consumer culture by acting as a bridge between businesses and the media and was stated to have started in the mid-19th century.

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Advances in production and 1950s chewing gum marketing. From Wrigley's iconic "Spearman" ads to Hiroshi Ohchi's designs for Harris Chewing Gum.
I have always loved the design work created for Olivetti. The colourful midcentury designs by Italian designer Giovanni Pintori, the minimal typographic poster by Swiss designer Walter Ballmer and my personal favourite the 1959 poster for Olivetti designed by Herbert Bayer. I recently found out Triest Verlag released a new book, Visual identity and branding at Olivetti which contains further work by Xanti Schawinsky, Renato Zveteremich, Ettore Sottsass, Hans von Klier, Egidio Bonfante and Walter Ballmer.

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In 1964, Sugiura was commissioned by the magazine Design to design each of their twelve monthly cover designs. Creating a series of systems which set the foundations for the design.