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Koenig Printing Press, German Stamp, 1968. Designed by Karl Oskar Blase
Koenig Printing Press, German Stamp, 1968. Designed by Karl Oskar Blase
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Volkswagen commissioned a fantastic range of graphic designers, including Wolf Zimmermann, Hans Looser and Michael Engelmann. The designers amplified the brand image of Volkswagen with strikingly modern designs.