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Emil Preetorius – The Art of the small Format • Annual Report of the Artistic Advisory Board of the German Federal Postal Services for 1959
Hans Kuh – Petunia, the International Goose Illustrations from a Children’s Book by Roger Duvoisin
Erich Pfeiffer-Belli – Walter Bosshardt, Basel • Typography in Graphic Art
Remigius Netzer – Illustrations by Christoph Meckel for the Cycle «Moël»
Eberhard Hölscher – Gottlieb Ruth, Stuttgart • Book-Art and Commercial Graphic Art
Armin Eichholz – Jan Lenica, Warsaw • Political Caricatures
Eberhard Hölscher – Federal Horticultural Exhibition 1961 • Results of a Poster Contest

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Gebrauchsgraphik, 3, 1960
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