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ERIK NITSCHE was a pioneer in the design of books, annual reports, and other printed material that relied on meticulous attention to the details of page composition, the elegance of simple type presentation, and the juxtaposition of elements on a page. His hallmarks were impeccably clear design, brilliant colors, smart typography, and an adherence to particular geometric foundations. Best known for his work with General Dynamics. After 1960, he concentrated on children's books.
Erik Nitsche Erik Nitsche was a Swiss-born graphic designer that then moved to United States best known for his works that are elegant and clear of brilliant colors and geometric designs.
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Undersea Frontiers poster for General Dynamics c. 1952-1960, by Erik Nitsche. See more at socks-studio.com/... and www.flickr.com/...
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