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Fabio Mataloni: « The sudden disappearance of Gustavo Montanaro »
Dino Villani: « Modern graphics are Milanese and forty years old »
Lica Steiner: «Point and line in graphics »
A.G.: « Cancellations and propaganda »
G.M.: « Willem Sandberg in Paris »
Luisa Rollier: « Design in games »
Antonin Dufek: « The VI Brno Biennial »
E.R.: « The image of Finsider in 1974 »
Enzo Rava: « Taxes and semantics »
Mauro Manciotti: « Red iron, green earth »
Salvatore Maugeri: « Art monographs »
Attilio Giovannini: « Cinema for everyone »
A.F.C. Montgomery: « The crisis must promote self-criticism »
Josef Pfister – C.O. Mertin: « Reading machines or perforators
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A.G.: « Images taken »
G.V.: « Images of your choice »
Carlo Munari: « The arts »
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Linea grafica, 06, November/December, 1974. Cover design by Armando Milani
Linea grafica, 06, November/December, 1974. Cover design by Armando Milani
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Crouwel was the successor to Willem Sandberg who used an avant-garde approach in his work, utilising torn-paper montage, mixing of sans serif and old Egyptian typefaces and often off-center positioning. Crouwel steered away from this artistic approach and implemented a cohesive design system and a strong identity that emulated the corporate identity boom of the 1950s and 60s.
The book "Modern Man In The Making" (1939), is a fantastic example of Neurath's work. The book uses Isotype's principles with text to illustrate complex societal issues like globalisation and war's impact on economies, prioritising visual recognition through symbols to aid in memorability—a philosophy that remains paramount in design today.

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In 1964, Sugiura was commissioned by the magazine Design to design each of their twelve monthly cover designs. Creating a series of systems which set the foundations for the design.
Direction of Travel is a project by Christian Nolle, a half Danish/half German London based artist and map collector. He has spent decades creating work, often in photographic form, that looks at the interplay between aviation, politics and the cities we live in. Christian is also the Founder and Head of Good Caesar, a design and technology studio.