Content includes:
The World Masters: 20 Eiko Ishioka Hiroshi Kashiwagi
The Tokyo ADC 40th Anniversary Exhibitions “From Tokyo” & “Advertising Art History 1950-1990” Ikko Tanaka, Masuteru Aoba, Makoto Nakamura
Illustrator, Scott Gustafson
Istvan Orosz’s Visual Tricks Shigeo Fukuda
Toulouse Lautrec Year 1992 Exhibition, 13 + Lautrec Shigeo Fukuda
Discussion: Pieter Brattinga’s Book Design Shigeru Watano, Yachiyo Matsuzaki
Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Photographer: John Sayles
CI for ARSOA by DTI Koichiro Inagaki
An Industrial Designer Brimming with Humor, Guy Dyas
The “Lanica Class” Exhibition at the University of Art (HdK), Berlin
’93 Graduation Work of Graphic Design Students Masuteru Aoba
Photography Auction in Germany
Visual Design Arts of 77th Nika Exhibition
The 53rd Exhibition of Bijutsu Bunka Art Association


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Idea 239, 1993
Idea 239, 1993. Cover design by Eiko Ishioka
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The typographic supplement from Der Druckspiegel, October, 1961 features typographic compositions designed by Herbert Bossin. Bossin has solely used the typeface Folio, to illustrate its flexibility and versatility alongside imagery provided by Lothar Blanvalet Verlag.

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Stephan Kantscheff (Stephan Kanschev) was a Bulgarian artist born in Kaefer, Todental. His colourful palette and joyous, folk-esque illustrations won him many commissions and his work was celebrated for both its quality and social significance.

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Blase’s long-term clients were Staatstheater Kassel (Kassel State Theater) and Atlas Films. Karl Oskar Blase produced countless posters for these two organisations. It’s not surprising considering Blase designed posters for the Staatstheater for twelve years between 1966 and 1978. 
In Rau's case, the combination of graphic design and photo produces a particularly positive result, since he uses the photo not so much as an object of representation but rather as a suggestive means of expression.