Mihajlo Arsovski: Beatles Fan Club

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Mihajlo Arsovski: dizajn za Beatles Fan Club
Zagreb, 1968/1969.
The Beatles single Christmas Time koji su dobivali isključivo članovi Beatles Fan Cluba. Uz single ide i pripadajući flyer. Zagreb, 1968.  This edition was a Christmas gift from Yugoslavian The Beatles Fan Club to their members and it could not be bought new in shops (including flyer)

Yellow Submarine, fanzin iz 1969. godine. 14x21cm 6pp folded

Fanzin Beatles Fan cluba Zagreb iz 1968. godine. LP The Beatles 14x21cm 4pp folded

Photo Lennon / McCartney 20x15cm Lp The Beatles. Na pozadini popis pjesama.

3x dizajnirane kuverte sa dopisima koje je utemeljitelj kluba Veljko Despot slao članovima

The Beatles Fan Club Zagreb was founded in 1968 and continued later as Jugoslavenski Beatles Fan Club/The Yugoslav Beatles Fan Club. It was authorized branch of The Official Beatles Fan Club from Liverpool, covering most of East European countries.

Mihajlo Arsovski: Croatian designer, born in 1937 in Skopje, Macedonia, to a family of left-wing photographers, who moved to Zagreb after World War II. Towards the middle of the 1960s he had already started creating his distinctive visual language by fusing collage, photomontage, typographic quotes, frequently underscoring precisely the pictorial and visual impact. He is one of the most authentic pioneers of 1960s graphic design, recognised for his bold visual solutions, whose innovativeness can be identified even in present-day Croatian designers. By compounding images of high and pop culture he is certainly the originator of postmodernism in graphic design. His oeuvre is typified by his explicit personal views, resistance to conventional rendition, and his brave critical distance from the fine arts scene of his day.