Hermann Eidenbenz : not the complete oeuvre

Klein, Sarah (ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, HES-SO // University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland)

Hermann Eidenbenz (1902-1993) was one of the first persons in Switzerland to describe himself as a graphic designer. From the first half of the 20th century into the 1950s, he was involved in graphic design education in Zurich, Magdeburg, Basel and Brunswick, first as a student and later as a teacher. The didactic material from Eidenbenz's time as a teacher of graphic design published here throws light on this discipline at a time before graphic design in Switzerland had achieved international recognition.


Keywords:
Faculty:
Design et Arts visuels
Branch:
Communication visuelle
School:
ECAL
Institute:
Unité Ra&D de l'ECAL
Subject(s):
Design
Publisher:
Zürich, Triest Verlag
Date:
2018-11
Zürich
Triest Verlag
Renens
ECAL
Pagination:
pp. 26–28
Published in:
Hermann Eidenbenz teaching graphic design : documents 1926-1955
Series Statement:
Visual archive series, 1
Author of the book:
Klein, Sarah ; ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, HES-SO // University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
ISBN:
978-3-03863-036-4
External resources:
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