IBM, Federal Systems Division Brochure designed by Arthur Boden

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The Mid Century Graphic Design of IBM

Many designers played an important role in IBM’s graphic identity and implementation including Arthur Boden, Clarence Lee, Charles Keddie and Mary Beresford.

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