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Intro to Typography—Swiss Typography (aka the International Typographic Style)
 
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MVA Studio founder and MCAD adjunct faculty Joshua Hardisty shows the development and ideology of Swiss Typography and its evolution into the International Typographic Style with examples of work by Jan Tschichold, Max Bill, Emil Ruder, Josef Müller-Brockmann, Armin Hoffmann, Rosemarie Tissie, Wim Crouwel, and Massimo Vignelli (amongst others). Talk recorded in Joshua’s Typography Studio class at MCAD, Spring 2015. Follow Joshua: http://twitter.com/mvajoshua http://instagram.com/mvajoshua For more information about his teaching or design: http://the-mva.com
Photoshop Tutorial: How to Design & Create a Vintage, Swiss-style, International Typographic Poster
 
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Photoshop CC 2015 tutorial showing how to design and create a classic, 1950s Swiss-style, International Typographic poster. This style, also known as the Swiss Style, emerged in the 1920s and was made famous by designers in Switzerland during the 1950s. Hallmarks of the style are asymmetric layouts, use of a grid, sans-serif typefaces, and flush left, ragged right text. Berthold Akzisenz Grotesk Bold Font: http://goo.gl/qRPnCk Berthold Akzisenz Grotesk Regular Font: http://goo.gl/4Mv8k6 Royalty-Free Music provided by http://www.beatsuite.com High quality, copyright-free music for YouTube. Music track: "Plant the Seed" Become a Patron to Blue Lighting TV: https://www.patreon.com/bluelightningtv BLTV TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/bluelightningtv BLTV Website: http://www.bluelightningtv.com/ BLTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Blue-Lightning-TV-330761246941375/ BLTV Facebook “Subscriber Page”: https://www.facebook.com/BLTVsubscribers Tumblr: http://bluelightningtv.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bluelightningtv Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MartyGeller Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/bluelightningtv/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/martygeller
Talking About Swiss Style: Wim Crouwel
 
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Wim Crouwel is one of the most influential modernist graphic designers in the Netherlands. In the 1950s he personally made contact with exponents of Swiss graphic design. As part of his work as an independent designer and founding member of the internationally active firm Total Design, Crouwel developed a rational visual language inspired by Swiss Style. His imprint on the visual image of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam lasted for over 20 years.
The objectivity of Swiss Design
 
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history of design Module 4 - Graphic Design Radicalism - Swiss Design Design practice in the late 1950s to early 1970s was new, radical and divergent. To show you just how varied it was, we’ll look at the work of four key players/movements. To get certificate subscribe at: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/graphic-design ============================ history of design https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jykFOD1AWb7hNucP2fj491MQ594G3Rk ============================ Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/intrigano ============================ https://scsa.ge/en/online-courses/ https://www.facebook.com/cyberassociation/ Ideas from the History of Graphic Design About this course: This condensed survey course focuses on four key periods or themes from the history of design. Together we’ll trace the emergence of design as a recognized practice, why things look the way they do, and how designers approached specific design problems in their work. This is an essential course for emerging designers entering the field, or for students interested in learning more about visual culture and analysis. No previous experience is required.
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Design principles & the international style
 
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Looking at the VCE VCD study design selection of design principles with examples of posters in the Swiss International style.
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Talking about Swiss Style: Experimental Jetset
 
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Experimental Jetset/ Marieke Stolk, Erwin Brinkers, Danny van den Dungen, graphic designers talk to curator Karin Gimmi Experimental Jetset is a small, independent, Amsterdam-based graphic design studio, founded in 1997 by (and still consisting of) Marieke Stolk, Erwin Brinkers and Danny van den Dungen with a focus on printed matter and site-specific installations. Experimental Jetset are well-known for their preference for the Helvetica typeface and for work that stems from an intensive involvement with International Style. One of their most recent projects is the visual identity of the new Whitney Museum in New York which is to open in May this year.
Ch 18 The International Typographic Style
 
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Mini-lecture for Ch 18 The International Typographic Style, CDN 115 A History of Graphic Design based on the book "A History of Graphic Design" by Philip B. Meggs and Alston W. Purvis, 5th Edition
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Talking About Swiss Style: Norm
 
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Norm is a three-man team of Zurich graphic designers founded 1999 by Dimitri Bruni and Manuel Krebs which expanded to include Ludovic Varone in 2005. Norm are well-known for their successful typeface designs (Normetica, Simple, Replica), for book design and visual identities (Swatch, Louvre Lens, F). Their work is distinguished by a straightforward, pragmatic approach which is guided by the tradition of Swiss graphic design.
International Typographic Style
 
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Video Software we use: https://amzn.to/2KpdCQF Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks :) 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 as it was developed by designers in Switzerland during the 1950s.The International Typographic Style has had profound influence on graphic design as a part of the modernist movement, impacting many design-related fields including architecture and art.It emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity.Hallmarks of the style are asymmetric layouts, use of a grid, sans-serif typefaces like Akzidenz Grotesk, and flush left, ragged right text. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): GearedBull at English Wikipedia License: Public domain Author(s): GearedBull ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Josef Muller-Brockmann homage
 
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A video I made for a design class. There aren't enough good Muller-Brockmann vids on youtube, so I thought I would add mine.
Views: 13597 Eric Gray
The International Typographic Style (Uluslararası Tipografik Stil) "GRA302"
 
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Swiss Design History & How to make Swiss Style to your Design.
 
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Hello! I am Damar, I am a graphic design student from Polytechnic State of Creative Media Jakarta! this is the first Vlog i ever made, I'm so excited. In this Vlog I am introducing Swiss Style history and how to make Swiss style to your design. Thanks for watching and hopefully this video can be useful to everyone. don't forget like and subscribe my channel. Thank you for my english lecturer Mrs. Sri Kusumaningsih who gave me a lot about tips and counsel. Visit My Blog: sudutvisual.blogspot.com
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Noel Leu. Lecture "The Power of Typography: How Text Controls Our Impressions"
 
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Noel Leu, a master of laconic, high quality Swiss design, will explain how we judge books by their covers and signs by their fonts. With the help of graphic design, you can not only add new meanings to a message, but also drastically change the impression the viewer gets, even just through the design of lettering. How does font selection change the perception of a message? Why is the surrounding context always important for typography? Noel Leu, a co-founder of the Swiss type foundry Grilli Type, will speak about the place of typography in visual communication and the search for inspiration on city streets, and will share some examples from his design practice. Noel Leu is a Swiss graphic designer and co-founder of the type foundry Grilli Type, as well as the independent publishing house Edition Grilli. Grilli Type is an independent Swiss type foundry that offers original retail and custom typefaces. They are famous for high quality products with a contemporary aesthetic in the Swiss tradition. This tradition is reflected in both the visual and technical standards of their fonts and service. Leu is a nominee and winner of numerous design awards, including the Swiss Federal Design Award, ADC Young Guns Award.
Helvetica - A Swiss typeface designed by Max Miedinger
 
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Music - Summertime by Sidney Bechet
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Grid lecture
 
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An introduction to the typographic grid, the modern designer's best friend
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Swiss Style Reboot: New Perspectives for Information Design
 
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What is Swiss Style and why is it useful for today's information designers? The Swiss Style Reboot exhibition, beginning on June 1st in Boston at Northeastern University's Gallery 360, presents the graphic design principles developed by the pioneers of Swiss Style, which is characterized by clear, functional and highly crafted visual communication. It explores their particular relevance for today's infographics, data visualizations and interactive interfaces. The exhibition is being organized by SwissInfographics in collaboration with swissnex Boston and the Department of Art+Design at Northeastern University.
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Swiss Graphic Design
 
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Swiss Graphic Design in Kiyv.
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Swiss Style - 20th Century Art Movement
 
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Swiss Style Art Movement. Background song: "High" by Lyfo https://soundcloud.com/lyfomusic/high
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History of Design: Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Constructivism, Bauhaus, Swiss, Modernism
 
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GRAPHIC DESIGN STYLES THROUGHOUT HISTORY Design Style I: Art Nouveau Art Nouveau flourished between 1890 and 1910 and influenced all genres of art and design, from painting and illustration, to furniture and interior decoration, to architecture, fashion and jewelry. This style is characterized by: • stylized, curving forms and asymmetrical lines • floral, botanic and nature-based motifs • an emphasis on decoration and an abandonment of traditional clarity • the fusion of structure and ornament • a deliberate break from 19th century historicism Design Style II: Bauhaus The Bauhaus school operated in Germany between 1919 and 1933 and was founded by architect Walter Gropius. The school's philosophy emphasized the merger of arts with craftsmanship. Some characteristics of the movement are: • an emphasis on simple lines and shape • generous use of negative space and airy motifs • modern materials that often become a focus of the design • form is dictated by the function of the piece • reflection of modernity and the power of industrialism and mechanization Design Style III: Constructivism Russian Constructivism had its greatest influence between 1919 and 1934 and continued to influence Soviet art styles through the Soviet era. The style was avant-garde and attempted to "construct art" by applying abstraction to art and design and embodying Communist ideals. The movement spread from design and architecture across all art genres, including literature, music and film. Characteristics include: • a clear, formal order • emphasis on geometric shapes and clean lines and planes • bold, symbolic and impersonal colorings • simple, spare economic organization • a respect for folk traditions • social, economic or political messaging Constructivist examples from Soviet posters: Design Style IV: Art Deco Art Deco dominated style in the 1920s and 30s and is closely linked with the influence of jazz. As its name implies, Art Deco had its genesis in the decorative arts, but also included fine and performing arts and has had a lasting influence in architecture. Its defining characteristics include: • simple, clean shapes with a streamlined look and feel • geometric ornamentation and/or motifs drawing upon natural flora and fauna • modern, man-made materials in combination with natural materials • vibrant colors and use of light • a feeling of glamour and elegance Design Style V: International Typographic Style International Typographic Style (the Swiss School) developed in Switzerland in the decades following World War II. This style can be interpreted as an artistic reaction to the chaotic pre-war period by attempting to establish clarity, objectivity and order in the world. Defining characteristics include: • adherence to the grid structure • feeling of austerity and rigidity • emphasis on sans-serif typography • asymmetrical layouts and lines Examples of Swiss School graphic design: Design Style VI: Modernism: New York School The gathering of painters, sculptors, designers, musicians and writers in New York City in the 1940s, 50s and 60s put the city at the forefront of art worldwide. These artists were inspired by the avant-garde painting movements of the early 20th century, and abstract expressionism, minimalism and pop art were branches that developed out of the New York school in the 1950s. The graphic designers of this period were consciously responding to the Swiss Movement, by loosening up structure and exploring abstraction. Characteristics of this style include: • combining of photography and typography • creative and generous use of negative space • spontaneity in visual imagery and coloring • informal organization • integration of form with function Design Style VII: Post-Modernism Post-Modernism is the contemporary school of thought that we have moved past the "modern" and into something new. Post-Modernism has influenced every aspect of the contemporary world, from art to technology to culture, and whichever form it takes, grasps a particular philosophy as a way to inform the design. Post-Modernism is acutely aware of the past. Some characteristics include: • borrowing of styles, motifs and ideas from the past to combine them into new forms • use of irony and/or cynicism by highlighting convention and rejecting ideas of progress • use of typography as central idea, sacrificing readability for form • the melding of high and low culture • appropriation in all its forms, from referencing and homage to copying and collage
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Talking about Swiss Style: Lars Müller
 
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Lars Müller is a qualified graphic designer, has been a publisher since 1983 and is currently international president of the Alliance Graphique Internationale AGI. For over 20 years Müller has been closely involved in themes concerning modern architecture, design and graphic art. As a publisher with a true pioneer spirit, he set about reprinting numerous publications that have been long out of print, one recent example being the journal neue Grafik. *** Lars Müller ist ausgebildeter Grafiker, seit 1983 Verleger und aktuell internationaler Präsident der Alliance Graphique Internationale AGI. Seit über 20 Jahren gilt Lars Müllers Engagement Themen der modernen Architektur, des Designs und der Grafik. Mit Pioniergeist hat er als Verleger zahlreiche Reprints längst vergriffener Publikationen in Angriff genommen, so unlängst eine vollständige Ausgabe der Zeitschrift Die neue Grafik.
Swiss International Style
 
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Background Music: The Island Part I & II by Pendulum For History of Graphic Design, T. Laplaca
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International Typography 2
 
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International Typography v.2 is an Adobe After Effects template inspired by the famous swiss design style. The template is very easy to customize with simple color controls and a well organized structure. The animation is very sylized with fast glitchy moves that contrast with the classic and minimal design. It works great as an opener, title sequence with photo placeholders or even a very interesting text presentation. It's build using standard after effects tools only, no 3rd party plugins or prerendered footage and it's optimized for a super fast render.
Views: 3954 sonora films
Swiss Typography Animation
 
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A project for university involving recreating and animated Swiss typographic posters. Created using Adobe Illustrator, After Effects and Premiere Pro. Artists featured: The Stones Roses by Mike Joyce. Bridging the Gap by Ross Gunter. International Year of Astronomy 09 by Simon Page.
Views: 249 Aidan Peat
The modern Russian design. Great documentary.
 
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Documentary Sergey Shanovich's movie "The Modern Russian Design" is devoted to the last 20 years of development of the industry of a design in Russia on examples of separate projects graphic, industrial, a fashion design and multimedia of a design.
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Motion graphic/ International Typographic style
 
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This is the short version, I'll upload the long ASAP. I don't own the music,music is retrieved from youtube.
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Trailer "Weingart Typography"
 
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Wolfgang Weingart is regarded as the "enfant terrible" of modern Swiss typography. At an early stage he broke with the established rules: He freed letters from the shackles of the design grid, spaced, underlined or reshaped them and reorganized type-setting. Later he mounted halftone films to form collages, anticipating the digital sampling of the post-modern "New Wave". As a typography teacher at the Basel School of Design Weingart shaped several generations of designers from 1968 onwards. They came from throughout the world and helped him achieve international recognition. Weingart's experimental design approach and the connection between analog and digital techniques that he called for are topical again today. His life's work is shown for the first time in Switzerland and juxtaposed with works produced through his teaching activity.
What Is Swiss Style?
 
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International style colors scheme palette. Swiss style now, a traveling exhibition opening on september 6 in the 41 cooper gallery, principles, typefaces & designers print swiss design is historywhat exactly design, anyway? 99designs blog. Often referred to as the international typographic style or style, of design that originated in switzerland 1940s and 50s was basis much development graphic during mid 20th century also known swiss is a emerged russia, netherlands, germany 1920s developed by designers 1950s we all associate with typefaces like helvetica, but what exactly does their which called at time, jul 17, 2009 not simply describe made. The swiss style wasn t limited to graphic design. Let s take a moment to honor some of modern design most influential principles, typefaces and artists who started this swiss. The swiss lathes are also aug 29, 2016 selections from the style now exhibition. Lessons from swiss style graphic design smashing magazine. Swiss (international) style of design the guiding vanseo designswiss international graphic typo posters. What is swiss style typography? 1stwebdesigner. The international typographic style how design. An inside look at 'swiss style now' from the curators. Swiss style the principles, typefaces & designers print printmag swiss principles url? Q webcache. Mar 1, 2017 a swiss lathe is type of whereby the holding mechanism or collet recessed behind guide bushing. Perhaps the most well known of swiss designers was josef mller brockmann who a designer style major force in graphic design 50s through 80s. The international typographic style, also known as the swiss is a graphic design style developed in switzerland 1950s that emphasizes cleanliness feb 6, 2011 this article covers basic characteristics of jul 22, 2013 got its start post world war ii switzerland, though historians prefer name. Amidst the visual opulence surrounding us today sep 15, 2014 you're likely already familiar with hallmarks of swiss graphic design namely a style then came to international forefront color schemes palette picker jul 31, 2016. It became famous oct 18, 2016 learn about the origins and history of swiss style typography, discover how you can use this popular design in your own projects may 7, 2015 international typographic graphic covers a 20 style, but it is formally known as dec 16, 2012. It still holds much power today, especially in corprorate communications swiss style international graphic designplain, functional design is highly topical. Swiss style the principles, typefaces & designers print swiss design is historywhat exactly design, anyway? 99designs blog. The international typographic style timeline smeared black ink. Photoshop tutorial how to design & create a vintage, swiss style what is lathe? Ksiswiss. A brief introduction to swiss style on vimeo. Sep 9, 2015 if you re a designer in the 21st century, chances are ve studied international typographic style (more commonly known as swiss ). Googleusercontent search. Swiss style graphic design mania. What is swiss style graphic design? Swiss color picker.
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Intro to Typography: Early Modernist typography and the European Avant-Garde
 
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A short introduction to early 20th Century Modernist design and the art movements they evolved from including De Stijl, Dada, Constructivism and Futurism with work by Jan Tschichold, Walter Dexel, Piet Zwart, Kurt Schwitters and more. Talk recorded in Joshua’s Typography Studio class at MCAD, Spring 2015. Follow Joshua: http://twitter.com/mvajoshua http://instagram.com/mvajoshua For more information about his teaching or design: http://the-mva.com
WEB EXPLORATION OF SWISS INTERNATIONAL TYPOGRAPHERS
 
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This website was designed as a educational tool to teach the viewer about famous swiss international design typographers. The horizontal parallaxing theme is designed in a minimal yet dynamic aesthetic to simulate a Bauhaus influenced theme. Web design and typographic site content created and curated by FOXTROT DESIGN (Laura Miller
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African Swiss Style
 
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Music Video made with Logic Pro X & iMovie! Listen the video with good speakers for the bass;-)
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International Typography (After Effects Template)
 
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http://videohive.net/item/international-typography/1925779?ref=usmanrafi International Typography is an Adobe After Effects template inspired by the famous swiss design style with its assymetrical layout and simple shapes. The template is very easy to customize with easy color controls and a well organized structure. The animation is very sylized with fast glitchy moves that contrast with the classic and minimal design. It works great as an opener, title sequence with photo placeholders or even a very interesting text presentation. It's build using standard after effects tools only, no 3rd party plugins or prerendered footage and it's optimized for a super fast render. The music track is not included but you can buy this amazing audio track by gelevanog here If you have any question about the customization send me a message trough my profile page and I'll be glad to help you out Main features No plugins needed Great design Easy customization Modular structure Dynamic animation HD resolution (1280×720) Great customer support
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Photoshop Tutorial: Part 1 - How to Design & Create a Vintage, Bauhaus Poster (Design #1)
 
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IMPORTANT: This tutorial is for educational purposes only. This design is copyrighted and is protected under the Intellectual Property Rights law. Photoshop CC 2015 tutorial in 2 parts showing how to design and create a vintage, Bauhaus-style poster (design #1) This poster is for sale at: http://goo.gl/fvcXlW Part 2: https://goo.gl/VKdyvD Paper texture: http://goo.gl/rXML9q SquareFont font: http://goo.gl/pVRC1i Movie Letters font: http://goo.gl/jwUjWz Royalty-Free Music provided by http://www.beatsuite.com High quality, copyright-free music for YouTube. Music track: "Spare a Thought" Become a Patron to Blue Lighting TV: https://www.patreon.com/bluelightningtv Blue Lightning TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/bluelightningtv My Website: http://www.bluelightningtv.com/ BLTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Blue-Lightni... BLTV Facebook “Subscriber Page”: https://www.facebook.com/BLTVsubscribers Tumblr: http://bluelightningtv.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bluelightningtv Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MartyGeller Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/bluelightni... LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/martygeller
SGV – ESSENCE 15 Best of Swiss Graphic Design
 
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Mit dem Graphic Design Award «Essence» bietet der führende Branchenverband SGV Schweizer Grafiker Verband den besten Gestalterinnen und Gestaltern in allen Landesteilen eine einzigartige Plattform, um sich miteinander zu messen. Gleichzeitig will er damit Graphic Designer in und aus der Schweiz dafür begeistern, selber Aussergewöhnliches zu schaffen und so dem Designstandort Schweiz neue Impulse verleihen. Ziel der Jurierung ist es, alle zwei Jahre die Essenz des zeitgenössischen Schweizer Grafikschaffens herauszukristallisieren, wegweisende Arbeiten und deren Macher auszuzeichnen. Der «Essence»-Award ist darum ein schweizweit anerkanntes Qualitätssiegel für herausragendes Design. Wer einen dieser begehrten Awards gewinnt, gehört definitiv zu den Besten seines Fachs. Zudem kann er sich und sein Werk an der glamourösen Preisverleihung sowie in der dazugehörigen Publikation einer breiten Öffentlichkeit präsentieren. www.essence.sgv.ch Artwork: Contexta
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Anatomy of a Style
 
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Satirical film title sequence about the International Typographic Style, done in a style inspired by Saul Bass's "Anatomy of a Murder." Created for Design History at Langara College, Winter 2010.
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Swiss graphic design examples (inspiratie)
 
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Swiss graphic design examples (inspiratie)
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SWISSTED - Mike Joyce
 
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The SWISSTED book launch party at The Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn, New York. SWISSTED is an ongoing project by graphic designer Mike Joyce, owner of Stereotype Design in New York City. Drawing from his love of punk rock and Swiss Modernism, two movements that have almost nothing to do with one another, Mike has redesigned vintage punk, hardcore, new wave, and indie rock show flyers into international typographic style posters. Visit swissted.com, or quirk books.com/swissted for more info. With Jimmy Napoli, Richard Dev Greene, Stuffy Shmitt, & Adam Wahler. Music by PALE MOON GANG.
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Swissted Holiday Party and Type Quiz
 
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2017 Holiday Party and Exhibition Opening at Type Directors Club — November 30, 2017 The Type Directors Club in New York kicked off the 2017 holidays with food, drinks, and music! The occasion is the opening of the first all-type Swissted poster exhibition with designer Mike Joyce giving a brief introduction to his poster series inspired by music and Swiss Modernism. Swissted is an ongoing project by graphic designer Mike Joyce. Drawing from his love of punk rock and Swiss Modernism. Mike redesigned vintage punk, hardcore, new wave, and indie rock show flyers into hundreds of International Typographic Style posters. Each design is set in lowercase Berthold Akzidenz-Grotesk medium. Every single one of these amazing shows actually happened. Following Mike’s remarks, the video shows highlights of the Type Quiz, a fun mixer and trivia game hosted by an entertaining duo, Matteo Bologna and Elizabeth Carey Smith. Which team won the quiz? Watch and find out! Party and exhibition sponsored by A to A Studio Solutions
swiss-style freestyle academy
 
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We went to Freestyle academy Laax! Music from Monstercat: Nitro Fun- New Game Have fun!
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Graphic Design History: The Bauhaus Movement
 
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Graphic Design History: The Bauhaus Movement
A Little Bit About Grids For Graphic Design and Typography
 
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We look at grids, how to see the grid through a layout, and how to choose a grid for your graphic design work. This is a sneak peek at the Grids Discussion Bonus in Type 1 found here: http://type-ed.teachable.com/courses/type-1 ======================== To learn more about TypeEd, visit our site: http://type-ed.com/ Enroll in our FREE course to learn how to Design for the Reader: http://bit.ly/designreader
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Josef Müller-Brockmann
 
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A tribute to Josef Müller-Brockmann, a swiss graphic designer (1914-1996
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Anyone Can Swiss - 2
 
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anyoneonecanswiss.com presents our second clip. Created by our visitors - Collected and presented by Anyone Can Swiss. "...A brilliantly simple commentary of International style." This stuff is just too funny to make up. Check out anyonecanswiss.com or visit our flickr page to see the thousands of daily posters created by our visitors. All free and always 100% guaranteed! - created by Dirk+Weiss (dirkweiss.com)
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Josef Muller Brockmann Remix
 
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Josef Muller Brockmann Remix - Computer Arts
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Emil Ruder
 
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history of design Module 4 - Graphic Design Radicalism - Swiss Design Design practice in the late 1950s to early 1970s was new, radical and divergent. To show you just how varied it was, we’ll look at the work of four key players/movements. To get certificate subscribe at: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/graphic-design ============================ history of design https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jykFOD1AWb7hNucP2fj491MQ594G3Rk ============================ Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/intrigano ============================ https://scsa.ge/en/online-courses/ https://www.facebook.com/cyberassociation/ Ideas from the History of Graphic Design About this course: This condensed survey course focuses on four key periods or themes from the history of design. Together we’ll trace the emergence of design as a recognized practice, why things look the way they do, and how designers approached specific design problems in their work. This is an essential course for emerging designers entering the field, or for students interested in learning more about visual culture and analysis. No previous experience is required.
Views: 250 intrigano

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