Issue 112 - Digital Version


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ISSUE NO 112 1964
Cover Image by ‎Pablo Picasso, Paris

Issue 112 of Graphis magazine features articles on Prisunic-The Pack That Sells Itself, by William B. McDonald; Snip: A Parisian Advertising Agency, by Raymond Castans; Artists’ Christmas & New Year’s Cards, by Stanley A. Mason; The Colours of Iron, by Margit Staber; Ancient Iranian Art Treasures, by Roman Ghirshman; and Hungarian Cake-Forms of the 16th & 17th Centuries, by Piroska Weiner. Artist profiles are Picasso-Linocuts of the Last Three Years, by Dr. Willy Rotzler; Albert Hollenstein: Brasilia, by Emil Ruder; and K. S. Ringi, by Zeth Mober.

92 Dr. Willy Rotzler, Zürich: Picasso. Linocuts of the Last Three Years
102 William B. McDonald, London: Prisunic. The Pack That Sells Itself
110 Raymond Castans, Paris: Snip. A Parisian Advertising Agency
120 Zeth Mober, Göteborg: K. S.-Ringi
124 Emil Ruder, Basel: Albert Hollenstein: Brasilia
128 Stanley A. Mason, Zürich: Artists’ Christmas and New Year’s Cards
140 Margit Staber, Zürich: The Colours of Iron
146 Roman Ghirshman, Paris: Ancient Iranian Art Treasures
158 Piroska Weiner, Budapest: Hungarian Cake-Forms of the 16th and 17th Centuries
168 Book Review