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Dr. Willy Rotzler, Zürich: IBM. Portrait of an International Company
Dr. Walter Staehelin, Basel: Frtiz Bühler†
Pierre Gascar, Paris: 2 x André François
Hans Looser, Zürich: International Car Advertising
Raymond Gid, Paris: Saul Bass
Renato Giani, Roma: Renzo Vespignani

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Graphis 106, 1963. Cover design by André François
Graphis 106, 1963. Cover design by André François

 

Graphis 106, 1963 Inner
Graphis 106, 1963 Inner

 

Graphis 106, 1963 Inner
Graphis 106, 1963 Inner

 

Graphis 106, 1963 Inner
Graphis 106, 1963 Inner

 

Graphis 106, 1963 Inner
Graphis 106, 1963 Inner
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