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This paper presents a series of graphic design experiments using an experimental colour graphic display system. Design principles and capabilities of the system are discussed from a graphic designer's point of view. The system allows a designer to choose freely among 128 different colours, various form modes, and collage capabilities, including image mixing. The designer need be neither a programmer nor one who understands the technical aspects of the system to use it creatively. Experimental results are shown visually here, some of which have been used as cover designs for IBM publications.