Cover Design: Gunter Rambow

Content includes:
The World Masters: 3 Gunter Rambow Heiner Muller
The 32nd Society of Illustrators Exhibition Shinichiro Tora
Kyosti Varis
Robert Giusti
The Sixth Colorado International Poster Exhibition Laura Sandell
Robert Qually / Qually & Company, Inc.
Chris Callis
ERTE Shinichiro Tora
The Trick Shigeo Fukuda
Shitro Tazumi
Swiss Style of Odermatt & Tissi Shigeru Watano, Yachiyo Matsuzaki
Series 19: Art in New York Today Ö@ Jeff Gompertz, ÖAMichael Zwack Shoichiro Higuchi
Special Feature: ’90 Graduation Works of Graphic Design Students Masuteru Aoba
1989 The Mainichi Design Awards
Visual Design Art of 74th NIKA Exhibition
The 50th Annual Exhibition of Art Culture Association
Overseas News, Domestic News, Addresses of Contributors, Book Review and Exhibition News


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Idea 221, 1990-7. Cover design by Gunter Rambow
Idea 221, 1990-7. Cover design by Gunter Rambow
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