Gebrauchsgraphik, 11, 1958. Cover design by Günther Gluckert

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The Magic and Work of Günther Glückert

Little is known about the talented designer Günther Glückert. Born during the 1930s, a period that proved less than conducive to nurturing youthful artistic endeavours, did not halt Glückert’s path of becoming a talented designer.

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