Issue 329 of Graphis magazine features the following articles: Loeffler, Ketchum, Mountjoy: Advertising from the Heart; Ruedi Külling: An Adman Turned Watchmaker, by Michael Ganz; Dan Jonsson: Breaking Boundaries, by Ingrid Sommar; Color, Form and Function: Dan Reisinger’s New Residence, by Maurice Tszorf; Cleo Sullivan: Cleo’s World, by Michael Kaplan; Expo 2000 Hanover: Creativity in Small Packages, by Michael Webb; and Laurie Anderson: The Song of the Whale, by Hugh Aldersey-Williams.
12 X-Ray vs The Sixties Reviewed by Ken Coupland
12 American Modern 1925-1940 Reviewed by Jamie Reynolds
14 Ghost in the Shell Reviewed by Lyle Rexer
14 Seeing Fashion Reviewed by Catherine Noonan
16 Excerpt from a forthcoming book Unspecial Effects By Bob Gill
18 Consumer Products By Yanitza Tavarez
24 Loeffler, Ketchum, Mountjoy: Advertising from the Heart
Delivering world-class ads for lesser known clients, LKM goes the distance with great ideas and a lot of hard work
42 Ruedi Külling: An Adman Turned Watchmaker By Michael Ganz
At age 60, Külling abandoned a successful career in advertising and went after his dreams.
48 Dan Jonsson: Breaking Boundaries By Ingrid Sommar
Combining his talent for illustration and typography, Jonsson blurs the boundaries between both disciplines in search of good design.
66 Color, Form and Function: Dan Reisinger's New Residence By Maurice Tszorf
Nestled in ancient Caesarea, Reisinger's Bauhaus abode rises up from the desert in a collaboration between father and son.
76 Cleo Sullivan: Cleo's World By Michael Kaplan
Her surreal fashion photos conjure up an off worldly ideal and a style all of its own.
92 Expo 2000 Hanover: Creativity in Small Packages By Michael Webb
98 Laurie Anderson: The Song of the Whale By Hugh Aldersey-Williams
105 German By Heinke Jenssen
125 French By Caroline Droz, Solange Schnall, Thérèse Forbes- Jaeger
146 Polly Becker Illustrator/Assemblages
150 Ali Tayar Furniture Designer
154 Emily Timberlake Painter
156 Markko Taina Graphic Designer