Issue 124 - Digital Version


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ISSUE NO 124 1966
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 by Toshihiro Katayama

Issue 124 of Graphis magazine includes articles on The World of the Icon, written by Heinz Skrobucha; Traditional Japanese Packaging, by Yusaku Kamekura; The Walter Paepcke Design Award Program, by John Massey; Saint Gobain 1665-1965, by Jean Duvoisin; Campus Advertising in the USA, by Silas H. Rhodes; The Self-Portrait: An Experimental Art Student Project, by William B. McDonald; and Modern Record Cover Designs, by Marvin Schwartz. Artists profiled include HAP Grieshaber-Woodcut Artist and Printer, written by Dr. Willy Rotzler; and Toshihiro Katayama & his Coloured Constellations, by Eugen Gomringer.

102 Dr. Willy Rotzler, Zürich: HAP Grieshaber – Woodcut Artist and Printer
118 Heinz Skrobucha, Recklinghausen: The World of the Icon
128 Yusaku Kamekura, Tokyo: Traditional Japanese Packaging
138 John Massey, Chicago: The Walter Paepcke Design Award Program
144 Jean Duvoisin, Paris: Saint Gobain 1665 – 1965
148 Silas H. Rhodes, New York: Campus Advertising in the USA
168 William B. McDonald, London: The Self-Portrait: An Experimental Art Student Project
170 Eugen Gomringer, Zürich: Toshihiro Katayama and his Coloured Constellations
174 Marvin Schwartz, New York: Modern Record Cover Designs