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Franz H. Wills: Adolf Prazsky, Publicity Campaign of the ČSA
Franz H. Wills: E. R. Vogenauer
Urs Lang-Kurz: Lichtmontagen Photomontages with a Difference
Werner Suhr: Günther T. Schulz, Illustrations
E. Hölscher: Portugal advertises Tourist Travel
Theo Ortner: Sgraffito, Mural Graphic
Anton Sailer: Munich’s Carnival Posters 1950
Lindau Picture Sheets
E. Hölscher: BFrom the Advertisement to the Money-Box
Model and Copy
Max Körner: Kiel’s Publicity Symbol
Gerd F. G. Setzke: Bemerkungen zum Kieler Wettbewerb
Plagiat oder nicht? Eine Erwiderung
Mitteilungen de Bundes Deutscher Gebrauchsgraphiker

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Gebrauchsgraphik, 04, 1950
Gebrauchsgraphik, 04, 1950

 

Adolf Prazsky, Publicity Campaign of the ČSA Feature
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Adolf Prazsky, Publicity Campaign of the ČSA Feature
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Japan's first foreign film venue, Shochikuza Theatre (1923) is an icon of Modernism. Its Art Deco-influenced advertising, showcased in the 1925 Shochikuza News magazine, offers a glimpse into Japans influences from the West.