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Hans Baumeister – Clendars, An international jury evaluated advertising calendars
Alexandre Alexandre – Sawka, Aleksiun, Czerniawski. The \”New Wave\” of the Polish Poster
Hans J. Barschel – Novum Education, Rochester Institute of Technology
Roger Law – Caricatures of Contemporaries
Wolgang Zeitvogel – Unitype, Setting new standards for Layout Composition
Wolfgang Baume – Novum Pharma, Rastorfer & Partner

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Novum Gebrauchsgraphik, 2, 1976. Cover design by Gebhardt + Lorenz
Novum Gebrauchsgraphik, 2, 1976. Cover design by Gebhardt + Lorenz
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