Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway

As the 1930s progressed, cialis sale sales the South Manchuria Railway ((?? “Mantetsu”) was influenced by the then-current trends in graphic design and produced brochures (which I will cover) and posters that showcased some of the leading design trends in graphic design in Europe. At this point I know of now English language book or website on the artists behind these amazing brochures and booklets (If there is one in English or Japanese please let me know). But I will say they are among the most beautiful and well designed brochures issued by any travel organization during this period.

cialis sale <a href=” src=”http://travelbrochuregraphics.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Scan-140105-0003.jpg” alt=”Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Cover” width=”350″ height=”513″ /> Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Cover

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Back Cover ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Back Cover

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View One ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View One

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Two ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Two

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Three ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Three

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Four ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Four

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Five ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Five

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Six ??

Guide to Manchoukuo, 1934 from the South Manchuria Railway, Inside View Six

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