In various different places, particularly in the USA, when writing the history of graphic design, Ernst Keller is referred to as the father of Swiss Style, later International Typographic Style. This is down to the large number of Keller students, who later shaped this Swiss Style and made it famous. Keller’s achievement is shown purely using his oeuvre, primarily his poster designs and his work on lettering and graphic design in architecture.
No Style. Ernst Keller (1891–1968) – Teacher and Pioneer of the Swiss Style
Kein Stil. Ernst Keller (1891–1968) – Lehrer und Pionier des Swiss Style
254 pages, 20 × 24,5 cm
527 images, softcover with flaps
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