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history dutch graphic design designed by piet swart or paul schutema i .

Titel:	Postzegels, briefkaarten voor het kind Maker:	 opdrachtgever/adverteerder:  	 PTT (Nederland) ontwerper/artdirector:  	 Sjollema, Joop drukker:  	 Senefelder Trefwoord:	 ptt Verv.jaar:	1932-1934

Lot: Original advertising poster Art Deco Children Charity, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: AntikBar, Auction: Original Vintage Posters, Date: November 2014 UTC

Beschuitje - Breakfast rusks - staple breakfast in Holland...eat two usually...with butter, and top it with a slice of Gouda cheese or jam....yum!

Beschuitje - Breakfast rusks - staple breakfast in Holland.with butter, and top it with a slice of Gouda cheese or jam.

In most geometric design, one can see an element of photo-montage utilized in a way that enhances the composition or geometry of the design. In this ad, Paul Schuitema unifies the compositional geometry with the photographic image, destroying any notion that they are separate entities.

In this ad, Paul Schuitema unifies the compositional geometry with the photographic image, destroying any notion that they are separate entities.

The easy guide to design movements: Modernism | Graphic design | Creative Bloq

The easy guide to design movements: Modernism

Wij kregen er een in de kerk zodra de dominee ging preken. Je hoorde dan allemaal geritsel van rollen pepermunt en methos. Het werd ook doorgegeven aan mensen die naast je zaten.

Title: De natuur in met de natuurzuivere King pepermunt. Collection: 150 years of advertising in the Netherlands.

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Ikosaeder by Albert Exergian icosahedron, geometry, that distinct construction paper light blue, poster // exergian

Typography – 106 фотографий

Poster for concert of Gustav Holst's The Planets. The concept for the poster's graphic use of numbers evolved out of listening to the section Mars and the different movements over its six minutes._design by Daniel Ray Cole

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