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Marilyn Hoffner, New York: Typomundus 20. International Exhibition of 20th Century Typography
Hans Neuburg, Zürich: Art Directors Club of New York 44th Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art
William B. McDonald, Zürich: Geigy Chemical Corporation, USA. An Example of Intergrated Advertising
Nino Weinstock, Basel: Sixth International Cartoon Film Festival, 1965
Alan L. Wilkinson, Montreal: Graphica ’65 First National Exhibition of Graphic Design in Canada
Pierre Quiniou, Quimper: Carved Ornament on Breton Furniture
Margit Staber, Zürich: Vision 65

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Graphis 121, 1965. Cover design by Eberhard Rensch.
Graphis 121, 1965. Cover design by Eberhard Rensch.

 

Graphis 121, 1965 - Geigy Chemical Corporation, USA Feature
Graphis 121, 1965 – Geigy Chemical Corporation, USA Feature

 

Graphis 121, 1965 - Geigy Chemical Corporation, USA Feature
Graphis 121, 1965 – Geigy Chemical Corporation, USA Feature
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Crouwel was the successor to Willem Sandberg who used an avant-garde approach in his work, utilising torn-paper montage, mixing of sans serif and old Egyptian typefaces and often off-center positioning. Crouwel steered away from this artistic approach and implemented a cohesive design system and a strong identity that emulated the corporate identity boom of the 1950s and 60s.

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The 1960s was an era characterised by political, social, and cultural shifts. The counterculture movement emerged as a response to the perceived failures of the mainstream establishment, sparking a wave of activism and alternative ideologies. And with these an array of printed matter. Counterculture publications, often referred to as the "underground press," became powerful platforms for dissent, expression, and the exploration of new ideas.
A review of the memorial exhibition of Edward McKnight Kauffer at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1955 by F.H.K. Hernion
Parallel Public is a new publication by Sara Blaylock, published by MIT Press. The book documents the East German artists pioneering work that made their country’s experimental art scene a form of (counter) public life.