Content includes:
Margit Staber, Zürich: Swiss Posters 1966
Pierre Descargues, Paris: Compagnie de l’Esthétique Industrielle (CEI), Raymond Loewy, Paris
Jerome Snyder, New York: The Eighth Annual Exhibition of American Illustration
Jerome Snyder, New York: Etienne Delessert
Dr. Erika Billeter, Zürich: Aghthamar. Christian Images in Armenian Anatolia
Manuel Gasser, Zürich: Letters to Lisa
Jerzy Wasniewsky, Warszawa: Polish Circus Posters
Angéle Baumeister, Zürich: HAP Grieshaber. The Dance of Death at Basle
Jean Duvoisin, Paris: Le Déserteur. A French refugee becomes a Swiss peasant painter
Stanley Mason, Zurich: Scanadart. Scandinavian Advertising and Editorial Art
Dr. Maria Netter, Basle: René Auberjonois


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Graphis 128, 1967. Cover design by Etienne Delessert.
Graphis 128, 1967. Cover design by Etienne Delessert.
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