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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Corporate Diversity: Swiss Graphic Design by Geigy


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Released by Lars Müller Publishers and designed by Norm; Corporate Diversity: Swiss Graphic Design and Advertising by Geigy, 1940 – 1970 showcases the work of the in-house design studio at J.R. Geigy AG. With its clean, minimal approach to design Geigy’s work helped spread what came to be known as the International Typographic Style. Karl Gerstner, Jörg Hamburger, Stef Geissbühler, Toshihiro Katayama and Armin Hofmann are just a few notables who worked there.

via SwissLegacy:

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 5:00 am  

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