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Roy Kuhlman, book cover design for Selected Poems by Bertolt Brecht, 1959. Grove Press, NY. Evergreen Books, London. Via Crossett Library Bennington College

design-is-fine:

Dieter Rams, Radio T41, 1961-63. Record player P1, 1959. For Braun AG, Germany.
In the early 60s his role as head of design required international contacts, so Rams had to improve his English. This was an important motive to develop the portable record player, combined with the transistor radio T41. He could take it on trips and play the language courses that were offered on 45-single records at that time. Source design-is-fine:

Dieter Rams, Radio T41, 1961-63. Record player P1, 1959. For Braun AG, Germany.
In the early 60s his role as head of design required international contacts, so Rams had to improve his English. This was an important motive to develop the portable record player, combined with the transistor radio T41. He could take it on trips and play the language courses that were offered on 45-single records at that time. Source design-is-fine:

Dieter Rams, Radio T41, 1961-63. Record player P1, 1959. For Braun AG, Germany.
In the early 60s his role as head of design required international contacts, so Rams had to improve his English. This was an important motive to develop the portable record player, combined with the transistor radio T41. He could take it on trips and play the language courses that were offered on 45-single records at that time. Source

design-is-fine:

Dieter Rams, Radio T41, 1961-63. Record player P1, 1959. For Braun AG, Germany.

In the early 60s his role as head of design required international contacts, so Rams had to improve his English. This was an important motive to develop the portable record player, combined with the transistor radio T41. He could take it on trips and play the language courses that were offered on 45-single records at that time. Source

design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source design-is-fine:

Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source

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Erwin Poell, cover design for n+m, Naturwissenschaft + Medizin, Science + Medicine, 1964-71. Editor Hoimar von Ditfurth, Germany. Source


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Sixten Sason, Saab Sonett I (94), launched 1955. Source

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Rodolfo Bonetto, prototype of a three-wheeled small taxi, 1964. HfG design school Ulm, Germany.  Students: Manfred Herrmann, Dieter Lassmann and Eberhard Wahl. HfG Archiv Ulm

Italian Bonetto was guest lecturer at the HfG between 1962 and 1965, specialised in transportation. He did set the task of developing a small taxi and a van, based on the chassis and the engine of the Lambro 200 by italian company Innocenti. 

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Tyler Stout, movie poster Blade Runner from the Sci-Fi Series at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema 2008. Austin, USA. Via Christie’s