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The rules is simple. One name in answer, up to three links to design examples.

You can put one image in the answer. This image should be in public domain and must not exceed 335 pixels in any dimension.

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closed as off topic by DA01, Scott, Yisela, Farray Sep 12 '12 at 22:17

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Given that graphic design is very much commercial art, finding public domain images of work seems illogical. Either way, this sounds like homework help more than a GD question. – DA01 Sep 12 '12 at 21:25
Define a "dishonorable" graphic designer. – Scott Sep 12 '12 at 21:33
I think this site would benefit greatly from GD history and theory questions. I was commenting more on your specific requirements for answers. Seems like some professor's home work assignment. ;) – DA01 Sep 12 '12 at 21:43
As much as I love wiki-style questions, it's been discussed and agreed that they are not a good fit for a Q&A site. – Yisela Sep 12 '12 at 22:21
I think this question could bring some interesting answers, but unfortunately it's way outside the site's current criteria for acceptable questions. Please participate in the meta if you think this is the type of question that could help this site. – Farray Sep 12 '12 at 22:22

Gerd Arnzt (1900-1988) is the great sign maker. His sings are drawn with preciseness and a wonderful feeling for dimensions.

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