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Walter Herdeg, Zürich: The World Exhibition in Montreal from a Designer’s Viewpoint
Donald F. Theall, Montreal: Expo – A Unique Art Form
Dorothy Todd Hénaut, Montreal: Environmental Aspects of Expo 67
Dorothy Todd Hénaut, Montreal: The Czechoslovak Pavilion at Expo 67
Gustave Maeder, Genéve: The Pavilion of the Province of Quebec
Margit Staber, Zürich: The United States Pavilion
Paul Arthur, Toronto: Official Graphics at Expo 67
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Graphis 132, 1967. Cover design by Walter Herdeg.
Graphis 132, 1967. Cover design by Walter Herdeg.
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Jean Carlos Distefano is an Argentinian artist, designer and teacher. He designed a range of posters, programmes brochures and book covers alongside Juan Andralis, Humberto Rivas and Roberto Alvarado for the Instituto di Tella, Buenos Aires.
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Advertisements from post-World War II Britain for British Aluminium Company. Designs by Abram Games, Tom Eckersley, FHK Henrion, Pat Keely, and James Hart, who collectively crafted over 100 four-color and 300 black-and-white advertisements.
In the late 1960s, IBM was one of the world’s pre-eminent corporations, employing over 250,000 people in 100 countries. While Paul Rand’s creative genius has been well documented, the work of the IBM staff designers who executed his intent outlined in the IBM Design Guide has often gone unnoticed.