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Content includes:
Hasso Bruse – The Best Swiss Posters of 1971
Hans Kuh – Jesús Emilio Franco, Venezuela
Erich Pfeiffer-Belli – The 4th Posters Series of the EDITION OLYMPIA 1972
Peter Kothé – \”The Vultures and the Future\” A Wood-Cut Abc by Esteban Fekete
J. J. de Lucio-Meyer – An International Approach, The Design Group Stewart Morrison Harrison, PACKAGING – London and Toronto
Charles Rohonyi – Pierre Cordier and his Chimigrammes
Hinner Gehring – The \”Integrated Graphic System\” by Hinner Gehring, Original Graphics as an Element of Interior Design
Ludwig Rase – Two- and Three-Dimensional Computer Design

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Novum Gebrauchsgraphik, 8, 1972. Cover design by H. Gehring
Novum Gebrauchsgraphik, 8, 1972. Cover design by H. Gehring
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The versatility of the arrow sign knows no bounds – from thin lines exuding delicacy to thick, heavy-set lines conveying stability and weight. Depending on its construction, the arrow sign can speak with individuality, even possessing psychological and emotional expression.
Every year the 20 best posters are selected in Germany and once more brought to the attention of the public. We do not publish all the twenty posters today; instead we add some which failed to be distinguished and which nevertheless are distinguished.
House style can give identity to the diverse products or activities of a firm. It stimulates loyalty, helps to reduce costs, and has advertising value.

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A short essay and scanned advertising from Swiss Industrial Graphic Design. A rare book focused on effective industrial promotion authored by Hans Neuburg. The design of the book is credited to Hans Neuburg and Walter Bangerter.