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Swiss design

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Swiss design. Get inspired and try out new things.

Siri Bachmann Graphic Design. Lucerne University of Arts, Ludovic Balland Typography Cabinet, Aalto University.

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Came across these interesting variations of the great Josef Muller Brockmann’s Beethoven poster and was pleased to see the alternate use of negative space. These variations were created durin…

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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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Swiss Style, or International Typographic Style, is often characterized by highly structured layouts and sans-serif typefaces that attempt to achieve a clear, legible, and harmonious design. A big part of typesetting in the Swiss Style is the use of grids. Check out this article: “What is Swiss Style Typography?”. The International Typographic Style, also known as the Swiss Style, is a graphic design style that emerged in Russia, the Netherlands and Germany in the 1920s, and was made famous…

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Weather App - Swiss Style: This is a experiment I made for fun. I really love swiss posters and typography of the 80s and I tried to replicate these principles in a weather app.

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Since 2009 Swiss graphic designer Felix Pfäffli has worked slavishly to create an international reputation as one of the world’s most respected poster designers, using a combination of pared-back illustration and experimental typography. Until early 2016 he did all of this alone, but last year Pfäff

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“32 years ago today. The Smiths' legendary performance at The Venue reimagined by the brilliant @MikeJoyceNYC.”

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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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