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Benzin: Young Swiss Graphic Design

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Michel Fries and Thomas Bruggisser voyage through Switzerland in search of a new generation of young Swiss graphic designers. What they find is a Swiss design scene as "hip" as anything in London or Berlin. Influenced by the famous "Swiss School" of the 1950s and 60s, young Swiss designers today still hold concept and structure as functional beliefs, allowing artistic free ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by Lars Muller Publishers
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This book is very well put together. An easy and interesting read. The images and interviews are great. I would recommend it for anyone with a fascination in marketing, graphic design, typography, etc. The Swiss do it best.
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