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Hans Kuh – Art Calendars 1971
H.P. Willberg – German Book Jackets, results of the contest of 1969/70
Franz Hermann Wills – Numbers and Figures, three graphic artists collected \” Lettered Signs in Berlin\’s Streets\”
J.J. de Lucio-Meyer – Jules Chéret and the Artistic Poster
Theodor Hilten – Industrial Advertisements, design by Leo Pulina
Ulrich Riemerschmidt – Gerhard Oberländer, illustrates Don Quixote
Horst Meineke – The New Trade-Mark of the Olympia-Werke
Alexandre Alexandre – The \”Studio 606\” in Paris
Walter Plata – Leaves, Horns and Calabasses, a signet contest in East Africa

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Gebrauchsgraphik, 9, 1970
Gebrauchsgraphik, 9, 1970
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