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04 OCTOBER 2013

Josef Muller-Brockmann: the grid system and the golden ratio

"Muller Brockmann published several books, including The Graphic Artist and His Problems and Grid Systems in Graphic Design. These books provide an in–depth analysis of his work practices and philosophies, and provide an excellent foundation for young graphic designers wishing to learn more about the profession."

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Bauhaus Schoolclear communicationconsistencyDe Stijldesign formalismdesign principlesgolden ratiographic designergrid systemInternational StyleJosef Muller-Brockmannposter design • quantities • Russian constructivismSuprematism • Swiss International Style • Swiss Style • typographic consistency • University and Kunstgewerbeschule • visual communication • visual consistency • visual designvisual hierarchyvisual simplicitywhitespace

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Simon Perkins
30 JUNE 2013

Display: a collection of rare mid 20th century graphic design books

"Display is a curated collection of important modern, mid 20th century graphic design books, periodicals, advertisements and ephemera. Documenting, preserving and providing public access to these original materials will raise the profile of Graphic Design as a source of educational, historical and scholarly analysis for teachers, students, designers and independent researchers. From the rational to the experimental to the playful–our collection is varied and represents a distinct point of view about mid–century graphic design, typography and beyond."

(Patricia Belen and Greg D'Onofrio)

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20th centuryadvertisement designadvertising designaestheticsAlan FletcherAlbe Steiner • Alberto Gennari • Aldo Calabresi • Alvin Lustig • Andreas His • Anthony Froshaug • Anton Stankowski • Antonio Boggeri • Atanasio Soldati • Attilio Rossi • Battista Pallavera • Ben Benn • Betoniere Magutt • Bob Noordabook cover designbook designBruno Munari • Carl Bernard Graf • Carlo Dradi • Carlo Pirovano • Carlo Vivarelli • Cinturato Pirelli • communication designcurated collectiondesign aestheticsdesign collectiondesign ephemeradesign for filmdesign formalism • Display (site) • Drei Mal Pro • Eckhard Jung • editorial design • Einladung • Elaine Lustig Cohen • Emil Ruder • Ennio Lucini • Enrico Bona • Enrico Kaneclin • Enzo Mari • Erik Nitsche • Eugenio Carmi • exhibition designformalist design aesthetics • Franco Grignani • Franco Maria Ricci • Fridolin Müller • Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart • Giancarlo Iliprandi • Giorgio Host-Ivessich • Giovanni Broggi • Giovanni Fraschini • Giovanni Frecchiami • Giovanni Pintori • Grafa International • graphic design • graphic design books • graphic design collectiongraphic design history • graphic design periodicals • Grete e Horacio Coppola • Gruetta Girevole • Guido Bergossi • Gyorgy Kepes • Hans Conrad • Hans Neuburg • Hardoy Chair • Heinz Waibl • Herbert Bayer • Herbert Kapitzki • Herbert Matter • Herman Miller Collection • Hermann Eidenbenz • HfG • Hiromu Hara • Hochschule fur Gestaltung • Horacio Coppola • Igildo Biesele • Ikko Tanaka • Ilio Negri • information design • Italo Zannier • Jan Tschichold • Jeder Dieser Drei • Josef Muller-Brockmann • Karl Gerstner • Ladislav Sutnar • layout design • Lester Beall • Lora Lamm • Luigi Minardi • Luigi Oriani • Luigi Veronesi • magazine artmagazine illustrationmagazine layout • Manfred Winter • Mario Perondi • Massimo Vignellimaterial cultureMax Bill • Max Huber • Michele Provinciali • mid 20th-century • Miglia di Monza • modern design • modern graphic design • modern graphic design collection • Morton Goldsholl • Nelly Rudin • Noel Martin • Otl Aicher • Pasquale Casonato • Paul Rand • Paul Renner • Paul Schuitema • Piero Gandolfi • Piet Zwart • Pino Tovaglia • Randolfo Asti • rare books • Raymond GFeller • Remo Muratore • Richard Paul Lohse • Robert Buchler • Roberto Sambonet • Roland Aeschlimann • Ryuichi Yamashiro • Schweizer Grafiker • Sepp Deimel • Siegfried Odermatt • Swiss Style • Tomas Gonda • Tonino Boschiroli • twentieth-century design • typographic art • typographyvisual communication • Walter Cyliax • Will Burtin • William Fleming • Wim CrouwelXanti Schawinsky • Yoshio Hayakawa • Yusaku Kamekura • Yves Zimmermann

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Simon Perkins
17 JUNE 2011

The Grid System: an online resource

"Made popular by the International Typographic Style movement and pioneered by legends like Josef Müller–Brockmann and Wim Crouwel, the grid is the foundation of any solid design. The Grid System is an ever–growing resource where graphic designers can learn about grid systems, the golden ratio and baseline grids."

(Antonio Carusone)

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Aisle One • Antonio Carusone • baseline grids • design formalismgolden ratiographic communicationgraphic devicesgridgrid systemInternational Typographic StyleJosef Muller-Brockmann • layout aesthetics • layout designlegibilitymental imageorderingstructure • the grid system • typographyvisual communicationWim Crouwel

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Simon Perkins
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