IDEA Special Issue: Graphic Design in West Germany, 1976

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Anton Stankowski: Graphic Design in Germany
Hans Jurgen Juporn, Anton Stankowski, Otl Aicher, Walter Breker, GGK (Golatner, Grödinger + Kutter), Rolf Müller, Mendel + Opera Design Office, Albrecht Ade, Kord von Manstein, Günter Gluckert, Walter Tafelmeyer, Bruno K. Wiese, Philip Luitl, Peter Steiner, Rainer E. Kunath, Reinhard Braun, Barbara Buchwald, Frieder Grindler, Rudolf J. Schmidt, Holger Matthijs, Klaus Venterhager, Friedrich Popl, Helmut Schmidt, Helmut M. Schmidt-Siegel, Horst Meister, Olaf Reuy, Fritz Hofrichter, J.W. Thompson & Company, Karl Oskar Blase, Wolf D. Zimmermann, Hennes Meyer, Group Idealism
Albrecht Ade: Graphic design education in the Federal Republic of Germany
Peter Brattinger: Germany through the eyes of European graphic designers
Shigeru Nishikino: About the special issue on graphic design in West Germany

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