Design is fine. History is mine.
Josef Müller-Brockmann, exhibition poster “der Film”. 1960. Kunstgewerbemuseum Zürich. More: posterconnection
Vijtig jaar Oostenrijkse kunst (Fifty Years of Austrian Art) silk-screened poster designed by Wim Crouwel 1956. Image from BIS Publisher's Wim Crouwel Alphabets written by Kees Broos with the forward by David Quay who also designed the book along with Rick Sellars.
Love these minimalist posters in the International style by Uwe Loesch. He was Born in 1943 in Dresden, and has been living in Düsseldorf since 1958, where he studied graphic design at the Peter Behrens Academy from 1964 to 1968. After finishing his studies he worked in his own studio for social and cultural institutions, publishing companies, museums and exhibitions. In 1984 several of his posters became part of the permanent exhibition of the Museum of Modern Art New York. Loesch is a…
New Graphic Design 27
Swiss graphic designer Josef Muller-Brockman, was one of the great pioneers in the New Graphic Design movement, (also known as Swiss Graphic Design). This two-color poster, designed in 1960, was one of the revolutionary turning points in contemporary graphics. And it was not just another transitory style, it defined contemporary graphic world wide.