Graphic Design International, ABC-Verlag, 1977

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By Igildo G. Biesele
“In this book, schools are presented which, under the direction of well-known experts, are concerned with the training of graphic designers in special classes for this purpose.” Artists, designers and architects include Katharine and Michael McCoy, Jacques Monnier-Raball, Pino Tovaglia, Heinz Waibl, Walter Ballmer, Bruno Munari, Jean-Pierre Alric, Roman Cieslewicz, Jacques Nathan Garamond, Herbert W. Kapitzki, Walter Schiller, Eugen Weidlich, Walter Jungkind and Peter Bartl among others.’

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Graphic Design International, ABC-Verlag, 1977
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Graphic Design International, ABC-Verlag, 1977
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