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Cover Haas'che Schriftgiessersi AG typeface pattern book designed by Müller-Brockmann 1962.

'After WWII, Swiss Haas Type Foundry commissioned Max Miedinger to refine their "Akzidenz Grotesk" fonts and market them as "Neue Haas Grotesk". {We now} know this as Helvetica.' From History Graphic Design 20

Swiss graphic designer Josef Muller-Brockman, was one of the great pioneers in the New Graphic Design movement, (also known as Swiss Graphic Design). This two-color poster, designed in 1960, was one of the revolutionary turning points in contemporary graphics.

Swiss graphic designer Josef Muller-Brockman, was one of the great pioneers in the New Graphic Design movement, (also known as Swiss Graphic Design). This two-color poster, designed in was one of the revolutionary turning points in contemporary graphics.

Font Bureau has created this wonderful mini-site all about the excellent typeface Neue Haas Grotesk. It explains the history of the face, along with a nice section on its features and what makes it different from Helvetica. An instant valuable resource.

Neue Haas Grotesk

Font Bureau has created this wonderful mini-site all about the excellent typeface Neue Haas Grotesk. It explains the history of the face, along with a nice section on its features and what makes it different from Helvetica. An instant valuable resource.

Raleigh Gothic Condensed by Depression Press, via Flickr

Morris Fuller Benton designed Raleigh Gothic Condensed for ATF in It is similar to his Agency Gothic of the same year. in Typo

Rolf Müller | 1968

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