Content includes:
Russian Exhibitions, 1904 to 1922 by John Bowlt
‘An Attaché at the French Embassy’ short story by Thomas Bernhard
Black Mountain College
Spectodrama, ‘Play, Life, Illusion’ (1924-37) by Xanti Schawinsky
Pierre Albert-Birot
‘Grabinoulor retrouve ses pieds’
‘Grabinoulor decides to call Furibar ‘tu”
Poem, from ‘Aux Trente Deux Vents’
Great Little Magazines, No. 7: SIC
Pablo Picasso by Guillaume Apollinaire
Boxe by Tristan Tzara
Café by Phillipe Soupault
Payment by Jesse Dismoor
Quai aux Fleurs by Pierre Reverdy
Les Eclats by Pierre Albert-Birot
Pas de Corset! by Pierre Albert-Birot


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Form, No.8, September 1968
Form, No.8, September 1968
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Wolfgang Weingart's artistic design delved into the intricacies of Swiss typography, skillfully dissecting its elements while venturing into texture and type experimentation. His layered montages radiated dynamic kinetic energy, standing in stark contrast to the minimalist approach of his instructors, embracing a more maximalist aesthetic.

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Graphis is one of the industries most long-standing magazines. It was first published in 1944 and founded by Walter Herdeg and Walter Amstutz in Zurich, Switzerland. It was released bimonthly and was trilingual, with articles in English, French and German.
The Cuban film poster conveys the spirit and ideals of the Cuban revolution. A time of political change, an uprising that ended the brutal dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista. The Danish Film Institute have a collection of Cuban Film Posters from the past 50 years.

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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.