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Shizuko Muller-Yoshikawa, Zurich: The World Exhibition in Osaka
Shizuko Muller-Yoshikawa, Zurich: A Designer’s View of Expo ’70, Osaka
Ernst Hiestand, Zurich: The Swiss Pavilion
Thomas H. Geismar, New York: The U.S. Pavilion
Shizuko Muller-Yoshikawa, Zurich: The Japanese Pavilions
Dr. Manfred Sack, Hamburg: Art at Expo ‘70
Masaru Katzumie, Tokyo: Aspects of the Official Graphic Design Programme of Expo ‘70
Shizuko Muller-Yoshikawa, Zurich: Audio-visual Presentation

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Graphis 150, 1970. Cover design by Takeji Iwamiya.
Graphis 150, 1970. Cover design by Takeji Iwamiya.
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