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Fritz Pauli, Etchings 1921-1943 (Kurt Sponagel)
Book Illumination at St. Gall (Dr. Jos. Muller)
Hans Fischer (Manuel Gasser)
Devotional Miniatures (Hans Kasser)
Chinese Stone Engravings (Prof. O. Fischer)
The World on Strings (W. Zimmermann)
Swiss Ex-Libris (H.K.)
Gyger’s Map of Zurich (Prof. Ed. Imhof)
Louis Barbedor, a French Master of Penmanship
British War Posters (C.F.O. Clarke)

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Graphis 03-04, 1944. Cover design by E. Haefelfinger
Graphis 03-04, 1944. Cover design by E. Haefelfinger
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The best poster designs from Die besten Plakate des Jahres 1957 with a translated foreword by Walter Kern. Featuring the work of J. Müller-Brockmann, Gottlieb Soland, Mary Vieira and Celestino Piatti.

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Bäumer gave the company a unique brand image amplifying its graphical image after a time of post-war economic recovery. This style of advertising composition can be seen across many 1960s campaigns, especially from other German designers such as Anton Stankowski.
A new interpretation of the work of Bramante, suggesting an agenda for contemporary architectural practice.
An advertising programme is fully integrated only when its effect is powerful enough to play a major part in determining a corporate image. Geigy advertising is an example of this successful integration.