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The International Poster Exhibition, Tel Aviv 1993 Dr. Michael Sgan-Cohen
Striking Harmony Between Beauty and Newness, Margo Chase Hisaka Kojima
Texturing Photo Illustration, Amy Guip Takahisa Iwayoshi
Refreshing Lyricism Keizo Matsui
“Sarajevo, Emergency” Poster Project
Revealing Realities, Christopher Zacharow Lee Epstein
The Japan Poster Exhibition at the National Museum in Poznan Shigeo Fukuda
A New Urban Environment, Phoenix Shoichiro Higuchi
Fashion Photo Exhibition, MODE -Vanites-
Shoichiro Higuchi’s “Giocco Mobile”
The Utopian World of Natalie D’arbeloff Paul Peter Piech
Special Feature: ’94 Graduation Works of Graphic Design Students in Japan Masuteru Aoba
The 54th Exhibition of Bijutsu Bunka Art Association


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Idea 245, 1994
Idea 245, 1994. Cover design by Margo Chase
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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.
Flexible Visual Systems is the design manual for contemporary visual identities. It teaches you a variety of approaches on how to design flexible systems, adjustable to any aesthetic or project in need of an identifiable visual language.

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Bäumer gave the company a unique brand image amplifying its graphical image after a time of post-war economic recovery. This style of advertising composition can be seen across many 1960s campaigns, especially from other German designers such as Anton Stankowski.

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The designer is unstated on these postcards, which were designed during the mid to late 1970s, but these playful illustrations alongside what looks to be Frankfurter Bold definitely fit the criteria of friendliness and efficiency