IDEA Extra Issue – Graphic Design in Canada, 1975

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Featuring the work of:
Theo Dimson, Chris Yaneff Limited, Design Collaborative, Jean Norin and Associes, Leslie Sam Smart, Cart Brett, Perception Design, Design Workshop, Burns and Cooper Ltd, Newton and Frank, Stewart and Morrison Limited, Beaupre + Arcand Graphistes, Gottschalk + Ash Limited, Jacques Charette, Burton Kramer Associates, Laroche pelletier Graphistes: by Burton Kramer

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IDEA Extra Issue - Graphic Design in Canada, 1975. Cover design by Shigeo Fukuda
IDEA Extra Issue – Graphic Design in Canada, 1975. Cover design by Shigeo Fukuda

 

IDEA Extra Issue - Graphic Design in Canada, 1975 - Chris Yaneff
IDEA Extra Issue – Graphic Design in Canada, 1975 – Chris Yaneff

 

IDEA Extra Issue - Graphic Design in Canada, 1975 - Carl Brett
IDEA Extra Issue – Graphic Design in Canada, 1975 – Carl Brett
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