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If you’re a designer in the 21st century, chances are you’ve studied the International Typographic Style (more commonly known as ‘Swiss Style’). Let’s take a moment to honor some of modern design’s…
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above: Hooper House by Marcel Breuer featured in Dwell INTERNATIONAL STYLE The world was shocked by the simple, industrial style that came out of the Bauhaus design school in the 1930s. Coming fresh off the heals of the arts and crafts movement where simplicity and craftsmanship were key, designers in the modern German design school believed…
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Series of posters by Anthony Neil Dart which takes some meaningful phrases by Massimo Vignelli and turns them into wonderful tribute posters. It's called Vignelli Forever. There is one poster summing up all five phrases, then a further five posters each with one phrase displayed. Massimo Vignelli is a Milan, Italy-born designer who started one of the largest design firms in the world, Unimark International, which has since closed but had designed the corporate identity of major brands like…
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100 Magical Examples of Swiss Graphic Design | Vintage graphic design, Graphic design typography, Gr
The Swiss Style has taken over the design world, creeping into our daily lives without warning. Some people actually call it International Style, and once you find out where the Swiss Style comes f…
Poster designed by Brian Leuck, Kayo Takasugi, design firm of Grady, Campbell, Inc. for Novum Structures. Image from Graphis Poster Annual 2007, creative director, B. Martin Pederson, published by Graphis Inc.
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When the people at Dorothy aren’t celebrating the Barbican, they are producing other wonderfully quirky art. Like this new post-punk stamp album print. As
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Also known as International Style, the **Swiss Style** does not simply describe a style of graphic design made in Switzerland. It became famous through the art of very talented Swiss graphic designers, but it emerged in Russia, Germany and Netherlands in the 1920’s. This style in art, architecture and culture became an ‘international’ style after 1950’s and it was produced by artists all around the globe. Despite that, people still refer to it as the Swiss Style or the Swiss Legacy.
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Konstruktive Grafik (1958) — Hans Neuburg This exhibits the 'international Swiss style' Similar to the work of Hoffman, and designed in the 50s period (in which this new style flourished). The design is quite modern for its time and very simple and stripped back of embellishment (functionality).
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