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Content includes:
The World Masters: 14 Waldemar Swierzy
Art Deco Posters by Five Masters from Exhibition: Modern Art in Paris -1910s to 1930s A New Age of Visual Media Tomoko Ohyagi
Onofrio Paccione, transforming into an artist Shinichiro Tora
Art of Michael Parkes
Pentagram in the 90th: The Next Generation Paula Scher with Sarah Haun
VI Plan in Nature, The Albertvill Winter Olumpic Games Christophe Peres
Franco Balan, Graphic Designer in Italy U. G. Sato
Latvian Artist, Juris Dimiters
From The Exhibition “Graphic Age”; Cultural Posters by 13 Designers from the Central Part of Japan Shigeo Okamoto
Ohchi Design Office, Packaging Design
Suntory Granville Collection: 3 1925-1940, Establishment of Modern Poster Art Makoto Nakamura
Tokyo Illustrators Society: The 3rd Exhibition Nisuke Shimotani, Construction: Ryuji Fujieda
Mark Seliger, Editorial Photographer
125 Artists and their Baseball Cards Shinichiro Tora
Biman Mullich; “Cleanair” Posters Paul Peter Piech
Peterson & Blyth Associates Inc.
Series 30: Art in New York Today, Carrie McGee: Washing off the Scale of Culture, Two Sides of Susan Silas’s Imagination Shoichiro Higuchi

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Idea 232, 1992
Idea 232, 1992. Cover design by Waldemar Swierzy
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Graphis is one of the industries most long-standing magazines. It was first published in 1944 and founded by Walter Herdeg and Walter Amstutz in Zurich, Switzerland. It was released bimonthly and was trilingual, with articles in English, French and German.

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These one-colour forms have a playful but structured aesthetic through their geometric forms, they remind me of the abstract line drawings of Picasso blended with Jan Tschichold and the New Typography.

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1930s periodical 'Monografieën over filmkunst' designed by dutch designer Piet Zwart remains a pinnacle of Dutch avant-garde design.

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Working alongside André Gürtler and Bruno Pfäffli, Adrian Frutiger designed many logo designs. Here is a selection of the designs which were featured in Der Druckspiegel, December 1961. I have also translated and rewritten the descriptions to provide more depth.