IDEA magazine109

IDEA No.109
Published: 1971/11

Editor: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Art Director: Hiroshi Ohchi
Cover Design: Annegret Beier
Cover Photo: Hans Mauhi

Annegret Beier by Hiroshi Koojitani
Paul Jarvis and the Taron campaign
Epicurean Magazine and Les Mason’s Editorial Design
Visual communication for young graphic designers by W. Gregory Wolfe
Rob Roy Kelly and Graphic Design Department Kansas City Art Institute
Théodore Stamatakis by Hiroshi Ohchi
Francesc Guitart
Exhibition of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, MIT by Gyorgy Kepes
Howard York
“My Life on Madison Avenue” discussion by young Japanese artists in New York
Pieter Brattinga’s new experiments in printing “Quadrat-print”
Tomi Ungerer
Gad Ullman
Elements of Idea by Shigeo Fukuda

Annegret Beier
Born in Neisse, Germany, in 1940. Graduated from the State School of Arts and Crafts in Bremen and the State Academy of Art and Design in Düsseldorf. After that she worked as a free-lance designer for several publishing companies. In 1963 she moved to Paris, and in 1967 to U.S.A. But in 1971 she came back to Paris, and had their own studio, the Herb Lubalin-Paris Studio, with Robert Delpire.