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L. Fritz Gruber: London’ Coronation Decoration
Eberhard Hölscher: Italian prospectuses for films
Anton Sailer: Alice Bronsch, Berlin • Show-windows
Anton Sailer: Werner Rebhuhn. Hamburg. Book covers
Eberhard Hölscher: William P. Heiter, Venezuela
Hans Mollier: Physiognomy and apperception. Drawings by Henry Meyer-Brockmann, Munich
Eberhard Hölscher: Five years of Nowea-publicity
Ludwig Ebenhöh: Oleg Zinger, Paris
Eberhard Hölscher: Figurines for publicity
Anton Sailer: Nobel Prize documents
Max Körner: Kieler Woche / The Week at Kiel
«Clarendon», a type of the type foundry Haas, Münchenstein/Switzerland

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Gebrauchsgraphik, 3, 1953
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Paul Rand, one of the most acclaimed American designers is known for his iconic corporate identities, playful illustration and commercial art. Paul wrote the preface for Yusaku Kamakura's book, Trademarks of the World, 1958. He states his influence of Japanese art and design, trademarks as a universal language and his struggles with English grammar.
The most comprehensive account of ghost signs ever published, focusing on London’s hand-painted relics of advertising past

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Gebrauchsgraphik 06, 1956 features a selection of the posters entered into the 1956 awards. It is unknown how many entries were submitted to the 1956 awards but a total of 21 posters were awarded.
Elizabeth Resnick is a Professor Emerita, former chairperson of the Graphic Design Department, and current part-time faculty at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts, since 1977. She ran her own independent Boston design studio from 1973 to 1996, working with many high-profile clients and is a passionate design curator who has organized seven comprehensive design exhibitions. I interviewed Elizabeth about her journey in the field, her early influences and some of the many items in her collection.