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William P. Brockmeier, New York: Art Directors Club of New York. 50th Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art
Edward Booth-Clibborn, London: Design & Art Direction ’71, London.The Ninth Exhibition of British Advertising and Editorial Art
Dr. Willy Rotzler, Zurich: A Design Contest for New Swiss Bank Notes
Dr. Willy Rotzler, Zurich: Hap Grieshaber
Jerome Snyder, New York: Edward Sorel
Jerome Snyder, New York: Vin Giuliani
Edward M. Gottschall, New York: Survival


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Graphis 154, 1971
Graphis 154, 1971. Cover design by Vin Giuliani
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The versatility of the arrow sign knows no bounds – from thin lines exuding delicacy to thick, heavy-set lines conveying stability and weight. Depending on its construction, the arrow sign can speak with individuality, even possessing psychological and emotional expression.
Ken was born in 1929, in Southampton and grew up in a small market town in North Devon. He was a principled man, with strong values and views against the hyper-consumerism we live with today. Ken studied at the London Central School of Arts and Crafts in the 1950s and was taught by Herbert Spencer, Anthony Froshaug and Jesse Collins. Whilst at the School he studied alongside designers Ken Briggs, Alan Fletcher and Colin Forbes.
Mark Bloom has designs for globally recognised brands, produces some of the finest, most accessible modern typefaces and heads up Mash Creative and CoType Foundry. His type foundry has always been a port of call for our studio's brand projects and he continues to develop these, each with a fantastic print specimen.

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Ezio Bonini's work for "Società del Linoleum" in Milan, showcasing advertisements designed for various Italian newspapers aimed at expanding the linoleum market