Text: Universal solutions resonate timeless objective aesthetics.
This poster intends to achieve clarity and order using the gridded placement of Helvetica text, minimal color, and a balance between positive and negative space. It is inspired by Yves Zimmermann’s cover for Typographische Monatsblätter (TM), No. 2, February, 1960 and Josef Müller-Brockmann’s poster Der Film also from 1960.
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