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Ryukyu Old Bingata by Kichiemon Okamura
The world of F.M. Neujus Masaru Katsumi
Art editing by Robert Delpire by Masaru Katsumi
Window Display by Kenji Ito
Collection of famous phrases by Herb Lubalin by Hiroshi Hara
San Francisco hippie poster by Dan Phillippai
Shock of White: A Collection of Excellent Newspaper Advertisements by Hideo Mukai
Tadanori Yokoo’s recent work Karajuro
Yoshio Hayakawa’s recent works by Yusaku Kamekura
Model for the Aesthetic series by Eckhart Neumann
Cigarette design by Masanori Okuda

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Graphic Design 29, 1967. Cover design by Tadanori Yokoo
Graphic Design 29, 1967. Cover design by Tadanori Yokoo
Graphic Design / グラフィックデザイン, delved into the world of graphic design and visual culture. The magazine featured a broad range of content, including coverage of cutting-edge Japanese design and its history, as well as international graphic design.
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A country is never dead so long as it has an art. Austria is a proof of this maxim. Its liveliness since the war is liveliness which has displayed itself in the arts to a remarkable extent : it deserves the world's admiration and respect.

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The Best Swiss Posters Award was an annual competition, judged by a Swiss Jury. They selected a range of posters, showcasing a range of poster styles from completely typographic designs such as the work of Robert Büchler, to the illustrated posters of Donald Brun.

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Volkswagen commissioned a fantastic range of graphic designers, including Wolf Zimmermann, Hans Looser and Michael Engelmann. The designers amplified the brand image of Volkswagen with strikingly modern designs.

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As part of an ongoing series showcasing Swiss poster designs from the 1950s and 1960s, this article features 1961 poster entries of Die besten Plakate des Jahres (The Best Posters of the Year) 1961. Originating in 1941, Die besten Plakate des Jahres initially served as a platform for the evaluation and showcase of Swiss posters.