Advertisements for Bol spirits designed by Atelier Engelmann and Klaus Oberer in late 50s : early 60s Cover

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Bols. Advertising Matter from 1958 to 1961 by Engelmann, Mendell and Oberer

In the late 1950s, Hans W. Brose agency, with designers Pierre Mendell, Michael Engelmann, and Klaus Oberer, crafted a compelling, colourless campaign for Bols.


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