Josef Müller-Brockmann (1914–1996) was a pioneer of the Swiss Style, which he was instrumental in shaping in the 1950s and ’60s. He left behind groundbreaking work as a designer and author, and his posters are world famous. His estate is part of the collections of the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich.
The museum and the Shizuko Yoshikawa and Josef Müller-Brockmann Foundation are making these rare masterpieces by the designer available in two limited editions. The posters are silkscreen prints produced by Serigraphie Uldry AG.
Edition II: Photo Posters
Weniger Lärm, 1960
Radfahrer – Achtung, Achtung – Radfahrer, 1958
Schützt das Kind!, 1953
Überholen …? Im Zweifel nie!, 1957
Das freundliche Handzeichen schützt vor Unfällen, 1955
Find here Edition I: Typo Posters.
Find here Edition I + II: Typo + Photo Posters.