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Bea Feitler & Ruth Ansel, cover design for Harper’s Bazaar, Photo: Alberto Rizzo. Editorial pages, Photo: Hiro.

From the likes of Paul Rand and Bob Gill, here are the vintage graphic design ads from Print magazine, circa 1960s. #VintageAds

34 Brilliant Graphic Design and Paper Ads From the '60s

From the likes of Paul Rand and Bob Gill, here are the vintage graphic design ads from Print magazine, circa

what-floats-my-boat:    “This handsome publication calls itself the Official Booklet of ‘The First Electric Home in Greater Boston April 14 to May 5 1923.’  It stood on Commonwealth Avenue in West Newton, being sponsored by the Electric League of Boston.  The stated objective was ‘To show by actual demonstration how electricity can make a house a home.’ “via Ephemera Studies               (via TumbleOn)

This handsome publication calls itself the Official Booklet of “The First Electric Home in Greater Boston April 14 to May 5 It stood on Commonwealth Avenue in West Newton, being sponsored by the Electric League of Boston.

©Mathilde Aubier, design, vintage,  found image, collage, colour, illustration

(©Mathilde Aubier) Collage: different shapes, abstract art is still art, you can be as creative and as strange as you like!

34 Brilliant Graphic Design and Paper Ads From the ’60s

34 Brilliant Graphic Design and Paper Ads From the '60s

vintage graphic design ads 1960s

34 Brilliant Graphic Design and Paper Ads From the '60s

From the likes of Paul Rand and Bob Gill, here are the vintage graphic design ads from Print magazine, circa

Foundation Course exercise  Student: John Lottes  Instructor: Anthony Frøshaug  1958-59 Courtesy HfG-Archiv/Ulmer Museum

The Ulm Model: a school and its pursuit of a critical design practice

THE GIRL WHO WAS FRIGHTENED OF COWS — EXTREME UNCTION.  The Catholic Truth Society of Ireland was founded in 1899, its mission to expunge the “scourge of foreign influence, in the form of British and American books, films, magazines and newspapers.”

Get Your Irish Up

The Catholic Truth Society of Ireland was founded in and Heller interviews asked Naill McCormack to tell us more about CTS and its design legacy.

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