Content includes:
The World Masters 24: Andre Francois
New Wave Typographic Design, Robert Nakata Shigeru Watano / Yachiyo Matsuzaki
A Contemporary Wonderland, Rodney A. Greenblat Takahisa Iwayoshi
Lucid Messages, Rhythmical Design, Niklaus Troxler’s Posters
The 6th Tokyo TDC Exhibition Katsumi Asaba
Painting the Worlds Within, Greg Spalenka
Design Office on “rue Mouffetard,” Paris, Tout pour plaire
The Faces of Time: 200 Original Designs
European Sense and American Style, James Victore
Ancient Mysterious Liqueur, Five Modern Designers, “Benedictine” Posters
Yasuhiko Kida, The Man and His Work Ikko Tanaka
Ambassador of Poster Art, Homage to Ernst Muller Paul Peter Piech
Poster Auction in Holland, Van Sabben Poster Auction Robert J. van Papen
Airport Ambient Art, Chicago’s O’Hare and Boston’s Logan Airports Shoichiro Higuchi
“Hungarian Constructivism 1918-1936” Exhibition Etsuko Watari
Visual Design Art of the 78th NIKA Exhibition
Mr. Takeo Yao Passes Away Shinichiro Tora


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Idea 244, 1994-5. Cover design by Andre Francois
Idea 244, 1994-5. Cover design by Andre Francois
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Helmut Schmid Typography explores the typographer’s oeuvre in its entirety. The book’s generous design allows each image to breathe, and the accompanying texts narrate Schmid’s life and career in an informative and pleasant manner.
The Utah State University (USU) houses a vast collection of Outdoor Recreation Catalogues and magazines, You can browse and search records of more than 8,000 catalogues and magazines from over 500 companies, including manufacturers like Lowe Alpine and Sierra Designs to retailers like Eastern Mountain Sports and REI.

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He designed stamps from around 1955 and in the book Karl Oskar Blase, Briefmarken-Design, Verlag für Philatelistische Literatur, 1981, he was described as one of the most influential stamp designers in Germany.

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