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Editor: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Art Director: Hiroshi Ohchi

Content includes:
Communication Package Design by Creative Partners
Infinite patterns by Shigeo Fukuda
Visual Design of the XXth Olympic Games Munich 1972 by Hiroshi Ohchi
Noëlle Lavaire & her works
Feminine Letterings, works by Maki Higuchi by Hiromu Hara
Female Illustrator, Barbara Nessim by Shin’ichi Segi
David Wiseltier who lives up to “less is more” by Koichi Nakai
Allan W. Miller
Ryszard Horowitz
New York Art Directors Club’s 1972 Visual Communication Conference by Shin’ichiro Tora
Traditional Japanese Package Designs by Seymour Chwast

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Idea 116, 1973. Cover design by Barbara Nessim
Idea 116, 1973. Cover design by Barbara Nessim

 

Idea 116, 1973. 1972 Olympics Feature
Idea 116, 1973. 1972 Olympics Feature

 

Idea 116, 1973. 1972 Olympics Feature
Idea 116, 1973. 1972 Olympics Feature

 

Idea 116, 1973. 1972 Olympics Feature
Idea 116, 1973. 1972 Olympics Feature

 

Idea 116, 1973. Allan Miller Feature
Idea 116, 1973. Allan Miller Feature
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I have long been a fan of Counter-Print, as a student, I would order their newsprint publications, peruse their Flickr albums and now, over a decade later I still buy their latest releases and their site provides our staff with great giftse throughout the year. I interviewed one of the founders, Jon Dowling to find out more about setting up Counter-Print, their favourite books and which publishers inspire them.
The most comprehensive account of ghost signs ever published, focusing on London’s hand-painted relics of advertising past