Typografia, ročník 61, 01. Cover design by Oldřich Hlavsa.

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Oldřich Hlavsa and his design for Typografia magazine

Oldřich Hlavsa worked primarily in publication design and typography and played a major part in Czech graphic design history. He designed over 2000 book covers and published a series of his own books related to typography.


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