Editor(s): Hans Neuburg, Richard P. Lohse, Max Bill, et al. Publisher: Verlag Otto Walter, Olten, Switzerland. Publication: 1959, First Edition Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound Pages: 64 Size: 255 x 280 Text: English, French, German Design: Carlo L Vivarelli
Published quarterly in Zürich, Switzerland from 1958-1965, Neue Grafik was arguably the most important journal responsible for disseminating contemporary and historical Swiss functional design ideas and philosophies referred to as the “International Typographic Style”, “Swiss New Typography” or “Objective-Functional Typography”. Edited by like-minded Zurich designers LMNV – Richard Lohse (1902–1988), Josef Müller-Brockmann (1919–1996), Hans Neuburg (1904–1983) and Carlo Vivarelli (1919–1986).
Italian Pioneers of Graphic Design, 1905-1937
30 Years of Constructive Graphic Design
Basic Training at the Zurich School of Industrial Design: The Preliminary Course
The Basic Workshop
The Graphic Designer and his Training
The Control of Blank Space in Graphic Design
On the Sociological Position of the Graphic Designer
Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing, tanning and light soiling to covers. Small bump to top edge of first few interior pages. Interior clean, binding tight. Please contact me for further information on condition.
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