Content includes:
The World Masters: 18 Siegfried Odermatt & Rosmarie Tissi
Illustrator, Tim Bower
French 100 Posters in Saint Petersbourg Christophe Zagrodzki
Jan Sawka’s Banner Art
Slovak Graphic Designer, Dusan Junek Jan Rajlich
Neon Sign Design by Susumu Endo
Art Director, Designer, Marciso (Pena) Carvalho
Art Directors’ ÅõŢņ Exhibition 2, Masuteru Aoba / Katsumi Asaba / Keisuke Nagatomo Nobumitsu Ohseko
The Performances “Tanaka, Mason, Kostabi” Seiichi Tanaka
Photographer, Torkil Gudnason
Poster Auction in Holland
Design Studio, Integral Concept “design: Ruedi Baur, Pippo Lionni” Show Aristide Signolet
Kobe International Fashion Photo Festival ’92, New Expression of Feelings in Fashion Photography Shuhei Takahashi
Contemporary Western Tattoos Hisaka Kojima
Illustrations by Nobuaki Watase Takeo Yao
’92 The Art Directors Club, Hall of Fame Mary Edwards, Shinichiro Tora
Billy Copley, who Alchemizes Cartoons into Art Shoichiro Higuchi


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Idea 237, 1993
Idea 237, 1993. Cover design by Rosmarie Tissi
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Theo Crosby was born in South Africa in 1925 and moved to Britain in the late 1940s. He was a highly skilled designer, architect and sculptor. He became the technical editor of Architectural Design magazine in 1953 and remained in the post for almost a decade. The large format magazines feature an array of content including information on buildings, materials and architectural plans.

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Paul Rand, one of the most acclaimed American designers is known for his iconic corporate identities, playful illustration and commercial art. Paul wrote the preface for Yusaku Kamakura's book, Trademarks of the World, 1958. He states his influence of Japanese art and design, trademarks as a universal language and his struggles with English grammar.
I came across two sample books containing printed examples of the work executed by the students in the Composing and Machine Departments of the Polytechnic School of Printing, between 1907 and 1910. I couldn't resist adding these to the archive.

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Giovanni began his work with Olivetti in March 1938, and his work was showcased in various exhibitions and had a clear distinctive style that amplified the Olivetti brand image. His design defined the company’s visual image, and the iconic geometric designs are still as powerful and engaging today as they were in the 1950s.