Record sleeve design by the typography class headed by Albrecht Ade, 1961

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Work of the Werkkunstschule Wuppertal typography class 1960-1961, headed by Albrecht Ade

Albrecht Ade’s students produced some great typographic compositions and print work in his typography class, here’s a selection of the work and information about Albrecht Ade.

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