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Exhibition posters by Picasso and Mare Chagall Exhibition
Eberhard Hölscher: Bin Kinderbilderbuch
A picture book for the young Un live d’images pour enfants
Hans Kuh: Otto Treumann, Amsterdam. Posters and magazine covers
Eberhard Hölsther: French theater posters by Marcel Jacno
Theatre displays made in France by Marcel Jacno
Paul Pechter: Gerbard Ulrich. Book covers and illustrations
Book covers and illustrations Lives and illustrations Couvertures
Ludwig Ebenhoh: Ole Eksell. Swedish advertising graphics
Eberhard Hölscher: Walter Brudi. Signatures and writings
Carl Heussner: Only for veterinarians. A sequence of advertisements by Heinz Kurth
Ludwig Ebenhoh: Hans Haderek. Advertising art
Franz Hermann Wills: Day of the Open Door
Anton Sailer: Sales promotion and the character of the fence enclosing a building ground
Advertising value and particular character of the palisade
‹Duo», a sample of the foundry Gebr. Klingspor, Offenbach a. M.
Plagiatecke Plagiarism • The coin of plagiarism

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Gebrauchsgraphik, 1, 1955
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Gebrauchsgraphik, 1, 1955 Inner
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House style can give identity to the diverse products or activities of a firm. It stimulates loyalty, helps to reduce costs, and has advertising value.

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Forward and a selection of poster designs entered to the Die besten Plakate des Jahres 1963. Featuring the work of Hans Hartmann, Jörg Hamburger, Jost Hochuli, and Armin Hofmann.

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One of Otl Aicher's lesser-known works was the identity and publicity for the Gastein Valley. Gastein valley was a resort for the elderly, an Austrian Alpine village in the Austrian state of Salzburg
Graphic design continues to be documented and an increase in individualised documentation and curated social media accounts are furthering our knowledge of design from a worldwide historic standpoint. I would not feel complete without the collected design that spans the shelves of my archive. It’s my identity, my passion and my hobby.