Content includes:
Graphic Designers in Brno
Jan Rajlich
Eva Grabmullerova
Milos Slezak
Miroslav Holek
Ivan Soukup
Jiri Hadlac
Lecture in Zurich, Spring 1967 by Leonard Sirowitz
Thoughts on Art, Illusion, Fashion and our Times by Cliff Condak
Photographer Ken Korsh
A book of marches by Crosby / Fletcher / Forbes
Robert Reitzfeld
The Sandman by Ken’ichi Matsunaga
Illustration Takashi Mizuno
Nippon and Design The 2nd Japanese heague of National Commercial Artists Exhibition


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Idea 91, 1968-11. Cover design by Takashi Mizuno
Idea 91, 1968-11. Cover design by Takashi Mizuno
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Why Graphic Culture Matters is a compilation of 46 thought-provoking essays by renowned design critic Rick Poynor, delving into the realms of art, design, and visual communication.
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I have always loved the design work created for Olivetti. The colourful midcentury designs by Italian designer Giovanni Pintori, the minimal typographic poster by Swiss designer Walter Ballmer and my personal favourite the 1959 poster for Olivetti designed by Herbert Bayer. I recently found out Triest Verlag released a new book, Visual identity and branding at Olivetti which contains further work by Xanti Schawinsky, Renato Zveteremich, Ettore Sottsass, Hans von Klier, Egidio Bonfante and Walter Ballmer.
Gabriel sent me a link to his amazing Uruguayan Graphic Design Archive when I launched Design Reviewed. The content was so amazing, I ended up spending a good hour looking through the content and it has definitely made it to my bookmarks.