Modern Publicity Vol 31, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962

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Modern Publicity Vol 29, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962
Modern Publicity Vol 31, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962

 

Modern Publicity Vol 29, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962
Modern Publicity Vol 31, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962

 

Modern Publicity Vol 29, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962
Modern Publicity Vol 31, 1961-62, Studio Publications, 1962
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In the late 1960s, IBM was one of the world’s pre-eminent corporations, employing over 250,000 people in 100 countries. While Paul Rand’s creative genius has been well documented, the work of the IBM staff designers who executed his intent outlined in the IBM Design Guide has often gone unnoticed.
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The 1960s was an era characterised by political, social, and cultural shifts. The counterculture movement emerged as a response to the perceived failures of the mainstream establishment, sparking a wave of activism and alternative ideologies. And with these an array of printed matter. Counterculture publications, often referred to as the "underground press," became powerful platforms for dissent, expression, and the exploration of new ideas.

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I first came across Kens work in the Unit Edition’s superb monograph, Structure and Substance, published in 2012. Although I had owned a few of the British industrial design magazines, Design, for a few years before, in which Ken had designed numerous covers for.