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  • Allison W

    BRAUN logo designed by Will Münch in 1934 and re-worked by Wolfgang Schmittel in 1952 (often attributed to Dieter Rams who headed the design team); see a nice potted history http://www.iainclaridge.co.uk/blog/1473

  • YAMATO2199

    “Wolfgang Schmittel joined the Braun design department as a freelancer in August of 1952. Upon his arrival, he revised the Braun logo and also gave it a reduced, constructively comprehensible form.”

  • paige swanson

    Beautiful Braun logo by Dieter Rams repinned by Awake — http://designedbyawake.com Modular type: Braun uses a hidden grid to create nice letterforms that are based on squares. This helps w/ the clarity and simplicity of the word.

  • DESIGN/FEED

    Braun, Logo grid construction | typography / graphic design |

  • Wojciech Omiotek

    Braun / logo inspiration

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