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April Greiman

Student of Weingart, collaborated with photographers a lot. New Wave Typography. Established studio in LA.

2

Charles Spencer Anderson

While career built on vernacular design. Opened his own firm. Sells digital version of historical images online.

3

Chip Kidd

Book jacket design, Ted talk, batman fan.

4

Colin Forbes

Established NYC Pentagram office. President of AIGA.

5

Dan Friedman

Basel school, moves to NYC. Teaches at Yale, new wave typography, student of Weingart.

6

Early Swiss Postmodern Design

Artists that broke from the Swiss style. Subtle changes like new typefaces and a less rigid style.

7

Experimental Jetset

Helvetica movie, swiss firm. Blends dutch modernism with post punk.

8

Gert Dunbar

Founded Dumbar studio. Advocated "design with a stylistic durability to survive beyond is time". Staged photography style.

9

Memphis & San Fran Schools

Came out of product designers and architect in Milan. This style is known for product design. Title inspired by Bob Dylan lyric. Anything but form follows function. Symmetry, bright colors. Led by Ettore Sotsass.

10

Michael Vanderbyl

Memphis style designer, lots of work for furniture firms, SF designer.

11

Neville Brody

Inspired by Rodchenko. Rock music covers, hand lettering. Reinvented editorial design.

12

New Wave Typography

Began is Basel with Wolfgang Weingart. Questions typography that is clean and orderly.

13

Pentagram

Started in London with 5 original owners. Structured differently than other firms, creative directors have a small team and are invited because of their previous career and reputation.

14

Postmodern Design

Four main directions: Early swiss, new wave typography, memphis, and retro/vernacular.

15

Retro & Vernacular Design

Solving contemporary design problems with historical design movements. Paula Scher, Louise Fili, Carin Goldberg. Vernacular- use of common place forms from another time for contemporary designs.

16

Rosemarie Tissi

Started Early Swiss with an ad for a printing company. Typeface designer later in life.

17

Stephan Sagmeister

Handlettering, cut letters in to himself. Said handwriting is timeless, unlike typefaces.

18

Studio Dumbar

Netherlands. PTT rebrand.

19

Supergraphics

Bold geometric shapes, giant bold Helvetica, and bright colors in interior design

20

Tadanori Yokoo

Pop-culture, mass media fascination. Western media influence.

21

Takenobu Igarashi

Blended Eastern and Western ideas. Japanese, went to grad school in LA. Opened his own firm, experimented with isometric alphabets.

22

Tibor Kalman

M&Co. Vernacular design. Flourent restaurant (24 hour diner Randall went to), Editor of Colors by Benetton.

23

Wim Couwel

Design and architecture, Swiss style grid. Emphasized designers as an objective problem solver who finds solutions through research and analysis.

24

Wolfgang Weingart

Takes over at Basel after Emil Ruder. Says swiss style is anemic. New wave typography.

25

Yusaku Kamekura

Apprenticed to an architect and then worked as an art director in Japan. Dispelled widely held belief in japan that visual communication must be hand drawn.