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Swiss Typography Posters

Swiss Typography Posters or ‘Swiss style’ (also referred to by historians as International Typographic Style) posters are a minimalistic design style made popular by the likes of Josef Muller Brockmann, Max Bill and Herbert Matter in the 1950s. These posters were designed to be easily readable from a distance and usually featured simple geometric shapes, sans-serif fonts and limited color schemes. Despite their simplicity, Swiss style posters are incredibly effective and have remained popular to this day.

If you’re interested in creating your own Swiss style poster, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, your poster should be clean and clutter-free. Stick to a limited color scheme and use simple geometric shapes to add visual interest. And of course, don’t forget the sans-serif font! With these guidelines in mind, you’ll be on your way to creating a beautiful Swiss style poster of your own.

Swiss Typography Posters
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international typographic style posters
Swiss Typography Posters
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swiss graphic design posters
swiss graphic design posters