Swiss Poster Collection: 1971 to the present

March 15th, 2010

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Cargegie Mellon University is the home to a very large Swiss Poster Collection. There are more than 300 works ranging from 1970 to present time. This collection was established by Swiss graphic designer Ruedi Ruegg and Professor Daniel Boyarski.

The Collection contains work by designers such as Max Bill, Paul Bruhwiler, Ruedi Kulling, Herbert Leupin, Josef Muller-Brockmann, Roger Pfund, Ruedi Ruegg, Niklaus Troxler, Wolfgang Weingart, Kurt Wirth, R. Schraivogel, Cornel Windlin, and many others.

Check out more posters and information on the Swiss Collections website.

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Posted by on 03/15/10 in Posters, Swiss Design

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  1. Ian Houghton says:

    Loving everything except the Einfach Complex poster. It’s such a weird departure from the rest of them, do you know what it’s for?

  2. The ‘Einfach’ poster was actually done more recently. I included it because of its grid system. I believe it would have had a far more powerful impact if it were in black and white versus color.

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  5. Crownfolio says:

    These are great – I didn’t even know the archive existed, and will wander over there for a good wallow in due course…

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  8. Christopher Lirely says:

    Am attempting to locate Paul Bruhwiler, graphic designer with whom I worked at Saul Bass & Associates in the 1960’s in Los Angeles. Could you put me in touch with him???

    Chris Lirely

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