Content includes:
The World Masters: 16 Shigeo Fukuda Pierre Bernard
XV Biennial of Graphic Design Brno 1992, International Exhibition of Illustration and Editorial Art
The Mysterious World of Mark Kostabi Masayuki Okabe
Anthon Beeke’s Theater Posters Shigeru Watano/Yachiyo Matsuzaki
The 1st International Poster Triennial MOSCOW ’92 Shigeo Fukuda
Tom McNeely, Illustrator
Hiromi Inayoshi’s Graphic Art = New Impressionism
Misawa Homes’ Bauhaus Collection ÖB Chaos of Confrontations and Provocations, Dessau to Berlin 1930-1933 Kunio Kobayashi
Chuck Shotwell, Commercial Photographer
Energetic Artist, Ushio Shinohara Akiko Hyuga
Adam Niklewicz, Successful Illustrator in N.Y. Marshall Arisman
Package Design by Kazuki Maeda Takeo Yao
N.Y. Type Directors Club 38th Annual Exhibition and 1992 Japan Typography Annual Shu Kataoka
Typographic Design in Holland Shigeru Watano/Yachiyo Matsuzaki


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Idea 235, 1992
Idea 235, 1992. Cover design by Shigeo Fukuda
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The best poster designs from Die besten Plakate des Jahres 1956 with a translated foreword by Jakob Rudolf Welti. Featuring the work of Herbert Leupin, Carl B. Graf, Carlo Vivarelli and Emil Ruder.

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As part of an ongoing series showcasing Swiss poster designs from the 1950s and 1960s, this article features 1961 poster entries of Die besten Plakate des Jahres (The Best Posters of the Year) 1961. Originating in 1941, Die besten Plakate des Jahres initially served as a platform for the evaluation and showcase of Swiss posters.
The first American university to accept graphic designers as members of the faculty was the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, called M. I. T, for short. The work created by the design group reflects the high level of instruction, the realistic setting of the training and the progressive philosophy of this institute.

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A short essay and scanned advertising from Swiss Industrial Graphic Design. A rare book focused on effective industrial promotion authored by Hans Neuburg. The design of the book is credited to Hans Neuburg and Walter Bangerter.