Content includes:
In Memory of Marcel Duchamp by Hans Richter
New books: De Stijl reprint
The Fourth Dimension in Neoplasticism by Joost Baljeu
Theo van Doesburg is of Today by Maurice Agis and Peter Jones
Notes on Theater at Black Mountain College (1948-1952) by Mark Hedden
Step by Step by Hans Richter
Total Theatre by H. H. Stuckenschmidt
Great Little Magazines, No.7: ‘Kulchur’
‘Kulchur’: a note by Lita Hornick
‘Kulchur’: a note by Beverley Cromwell


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Form, No.9, April 1969
Form, No.9, April 1969
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The advertising has a certain contrast of hand-drawn and mechanical. Produced entirely in black, it reminds us that the absence of colour can be highly effective. Hans Michel and Günther Kieser's illustrations bring a sense of both playfulness and a stylistic approach to a corporate client.
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Volkswagen commissioned a fantastic range of graphic designers, including Wolf Zimmermann, Hans Looser and Michael Engelmann. The designers amplified the brand image of Volkswagen with strikingly modern designs.
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