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  • Abram Games — (London, 1914 London, 1996), British graphic designer.Born Abraham Gamse, he was the son of immigrants: a Latvian photographer and a Russo Polish seamstress. He anglicized his name to Games at age 12 and was essentially an autodidactic designer,… …   Wikipedia

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