Ralph Schraivogel (born 1960 in Zurich) is one of Switzerland's best-known contemporary poster designers. He made a name for himself very quickly in the early 90s with experimental posters combining classical manual work with computer-assisted design methods. Complex structural patterns and his use of photography make his work visually unmistakable. Interpretative force and reduction to essential content are particular features of his posters. His work has been exhibited in Tokyo, Paris, New York and Warsaw, and has won numerous prizes. This Poster Collection monograph is the first about his work. The book will contain all his posters and provide detailed information about his working methods.
With an essay by Robert Massin.