Jan Tschichold: contrast in theory

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Title: Jan Tschichold: contrast in theory
Author: Hannigan, Thérèse
Abstract: Jan Tschichold was a brilliant typographer who dramatically influenced graphic design and printing with his contrasting theories of design. He began as a proponent of the so-called "new typography" and then pursued the revival of more traditional styles. Because Tschichold's diametrically opposed theories about typography continue to appeal to a large audience, this exhibit of his evolution as a typographer is useful and important. This exhibit is an overview of his writings and typography concentrating on his dramatic stylistic changes. The exhibit is accompanied by a poster, annotated catalog, and descriptive labels.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/11155
Date: 1992-12-07

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