Bauhaus Typography at 100

Bauhaus Typography at 100
Library Shelf Location 42.BAUH
Publication Date 2021

The Bauhaus looms large as one of the most influential legacies in 20th-century graphic design. Known for its bold sans-serif typefaces, crisp asymmetrical grids and clean use of negative space, the school emerged as the forebearer of a new look—one that seized the tools of mass production in the creation of a radical new art. Today, just over 100 years after the Bauhaus’s opening in 1919, the school’s visual hallmarks have come to define modernity as it appears on the printed page.

ISBN 9780998318097
Quantity 1
Pages 279
Authors Ellen Lupton, Rob Saunders
Format Hardback
Publisher Letterform Archive
Category Typography
Keywords Bauhaus, Typography, Modernism, Graphic Arts, 20th century design

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