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Graphic Design in Scandinavia – From Sides of History and Locality / VISUALOGUE – 2003 Icograda congress Nagoya / ERICandMARIE / Fedra – polyhistorical and syntethic quality in a type face: Peter Bil’ak, Andy Crewdson / Invisible Language Vol.11 by Paul Elliman / Typography Review vol. 2: Supervision by Jiro Katashio, Introduction and Design by Yoshihisa Shirai, Original texts and illustrations by Baumann & Baumann / When Pigs Design Vol.24 by Kyoichi Tsuzuki / PRINTE’M Posters by 42 Japanese young designers and illustrators / heiQuiti HARATA IDEA remix ver. 5.0.J “Lotus Manna Revolutions.” / Shinro Ohtake Original Serial Poster “2nd Impact” Part 5 “DEN-NAMA” / News + Information
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“They’ll never stand for that” and “It’s too modern” are, as George Plante aptly puts it, the restraintive thoughts which beset a commercial artist who tries to let himself go.

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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.
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