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The second issue of dot-dot-dot had an article about pioneering graphic
design monkeywrencher Ernst Bettler:

<http://www.dot-dot-dot.de/winter2001/issue2_content.htm>

Lines & Splines recently reported that Adbusters has also publicized
Bettler's 1958/1959 scheme that brought down the infamous pharmaceutical
company Pfäfferli+Huber:

<http://www.adbusters.org/magazine/37/interventions/1.html>

However both sources reproduced only the "A" poster out of the four-poster
series. The two posters together would spell "AA", not "NAZI." What's up
with that?

I also know that Bettler designed a book for I.O. Ferdinand Verlag. I.O.
stands for Ingo Offermanns, but who's Ferdinand?