Publimondial 75, 1956. Cover design by Guy Georget

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The Illustrative Covers of French Journal, Publimondial

Publimondial was founded André Roulleaux in 1942 and remained in circulation until 1960. The French journal was published by Art et Publications and was subtitled ‘The Magazine of Graphic Arts and Advertising Technique’.

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