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Like Bijlsma, Terenja Van Dijk, Filip Geerts, Editorial, Architecture and the Tourist Lanscape
Tom Avermaete, Travelling Notions of Public and Private, The French Mass Tourism Projects of Candilis-Josic-Woods
Marie Wozniak, Snow Ships, French Alps, 1960-2000
Lisa De Visscher, The Modern and The Everyday, Leisure-Culture during Les Trentes Glorieuses
Helen Tomasm, Lanzarote, Wonderground
Bruno Vayssière, Production of Tourism and Territory, The Other Grands Ensembles
Salomon Fraustom, Between the Tourist Strip and the Grand Hotel, A Documentary Interpretation of Legorreta’s Camino Real Hotel at Ixtapa
Jos Bosman, Leisure as a Programma, Pure Nature as a Location, Free Form as an Architectural Motif

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OASE 64, 2004. Designed by Karel Martens, Radim Pesko, Werkplaats Typografie
OASE 64, 2004. Designed by Karel Martens, Radim Pesko, Werkplaats Typografie
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Among the young graphic artists of Berlin, who set to work after the war, Hans Adolf Albitz and Ruth Albitz-Geiß can claim special attention. In a short time, at a period when economic conditions were pretty unfavourable, they worked themselves so to the fore that their names came to mean something in Berlin publicity, and in western Germany their posters are known and appreciated, too.

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The 1960 awards presented 420 poster entries from Swiss designers. Notable winners included Robert Büchler's typographic poster for the Museum of Applied Arts Basel and J. Müller-Brockmann’s Der Film poster for the Museum of Applied Arts and Gerstner + Kutter's asymmetric typographic poster for National-Zeitung SA Basel.
The transformation of Radio Free Berlin's publicity from dark and provincial to striking and imaginative. Cultural announcements and radio programs designed by Hans Förtsch, Sigrid von Baumgarten, and Reinhart Braun

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Advances in production and 1950s chewing gum marketing. From Wrigley's iconic "Spearman" ads to Hiroshi Ohchi's designs for Harris Chewing Gum.