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Josef Muller-Brockmann

MULLER-BROCKMANN

MULLER-BROCKMANN

MULLER-BROCKMANN

MULLER-BROCKMANN

I love the work of Swiss graphic designer Josef Muller-Brockmann, whose work is synonymous with the International Typographic Style of the 1950s. Blanka, the online visual communication gallery, showcase a collection of Muller-Brockmann’s posters in all their asymmetric, typographic, geometric glory.

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[…] was prompted to post about it after reading this article about another great Swiss graphic designer, Josef Muller Brockmann, on Papercut Panic’s […]

Pingback by Max Huber « Notsonippy’s Weblog

Love the Swiss stuff. It’s kind of been sidelined as a style lately with all the crafty capers that have been really popular but no doubt it’ll be due for a comeback shortly. Anyway – thought this might interest you: http://thingstolookat.blogspot.com/2009/03/geigy.html

Comment by matt mcarthur

nice design…
i like it

Comment by k0j0j0j0




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