Graphik – Werbung + Formgebung, 3, 1959


Content includes:
Well-packed means half-sold
G. HoTor, Book jackets
KAISER BORAX, then and now
The development of MAGGI packages
Folding boxes in offset printing Collapsible cartons in offset printing
DEINHARD sparkling wine gift packages
J.S. STADTLER publicity
Packed in glass, a series of advertisements
Our opinion of one poster contest
Advertising Practice Publicity Practice
Our congratulatory cards and calendar survey
Matrix publishers
GRAPHIK Special News
Advertising picture atlas


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