Olympia Advertising, late 1950s - early 1960s. Desigend by A. E. Wuttke

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Advertising and Information. Design for Olympia-Werke AG

The collection of works I’ve gathered, designed for Olympia-Werke, showcases the height of mid-century German commercial artistry. The work was collated in a branded folder and contained forty brochures, advertisements and manuals.

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