World Graphics was published by Kimberly-Clark. It was designed and printed by Sequoia Press, Michigan. The art director and editor: William R. Stone.
‘This issue of WORLD GRAPHICS shows what is happening in some of the major schools of undergraduate higher education in the field of graphic design. As in most fields of learning, there are differences of approach to the subjects.
The work from the six schools shown is indicative of some of these points of view. The general concepts of design education of each school are discussed in each section.
It is exciting to see what these young people are devising as design solutions. Naturally, they have an opportunity for a good deal of experimental activity. Some indication of the depth of their basic training can be success of the experiments and the element seen in the element of discipline that runs through the work, as a whole.’