Iwan der Schreckliche. Die Kleine Filmkunstreihe 51

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Iwan der Schreckliche. Die Kleine Filmkunstreihe 51 designed by Isolde Baumgart
Iwan der Schreckliche. Die Kleine Filmkunstreihe 51 designed by Isolde Baumgart
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Among the young graphic artists of Berlin, who set to work after the war, Hans Adolf Albitz and Ruth Albitz-Geiß can claim special attention. In a short time, at a period when economic conditions were pretty unfavourable, they worked themselves so to the fore that their names came to mean something in Berlin publicity, and in western Germany their posters are known and appreciated, too.
This book shows, for the first time, all of Hans Hillmann’s film posters. Unpublished sketches and drafts from his estate along with commentary from conversations and interviews provide an insight into the creative process of the award-winning designer.

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