Herbert Leupin: Plakate 1939-1969, Basel School of Arts and Crafts, Nr.8, 1970

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No.8 in a series of 10 booklets produced from 1965-1971, published by the Gewerbemuseum Basel, which profiles the posters designed by Herbert Leupin 1939-1969.

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Herbert Leupin: Plakate 1939-1969, Basel School of Arts and Crafts, Nr.8, 1970
Herbert Leupin: Plakate 1939-1969, Basel School of Arts and Crafts, Nr.8, 1970
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