“Rebels With Cause” Article

"In the 1960s and ’70s, San Francisco-based magazines Ramparts and Scanlan’s raked muck and raised hell when it was most needed.... Scanlan’s, designed by San Francisco’s supergraphics pioneer Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, was decidedly more modern-minimalist in the International or Swiss style—which is just what Hinckle wanted.... Solomon’s Scanlan’s design was unique for counter-culture publications at the time. Although Swiss Modernism was a common corporate design language, it was foreign in this context. Solomon said she practiced 'Swiss graphics as I learned from Armin Hofmann in Basel.'" —https://www.printmag.com/post/rebels-with-cause-scanlans-ramparts-magazine