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Edited by H. K. Frenzel.
Includes an article by Bayer and contains the important Bayer-designed exhibition prospectus for “Deutschland Ausstellung 18 Juli bis 16 August 1936”.

Slected Contents: Herbert Bayer; Ungarische Buchumschläge • Hungarian Book Covers; Imre von Santho; Hochgebirgserfahrungen mit der Leica von Dr. Paul Wolff • Mountain Experiences with the Leica by Dr. Paul Wolff; Otto Schmalhausen
Selected artists: Herbert Bayer, Stefan Norblin, Imre v. Santho, Eduard Sauer, Otto Schmalhausen, Heinz Schmidt-Berg, Gustav v. Vegh, Hanns Wagula, Wilhelm Winterschlade, Paul Wolff

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Gebrauchsgraphik, 4, 1936. Cover design by Wilhelm Winterschlade
Gebrauchsgraphik, 4, 1936. Cover design by Wilhelm Winterschlade
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