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General Dynamics Posters, c. 1954  Among the most famous examples of contemporary poster design are the works made for General Dynamics by Erik Nitsche, a Swiss graphic designer.  His historic relationship with General Dynamics began in 1953 and continued through 1960; he ultimately designed three series of advertising posters, the company's corporate image, annual reports and a 420-page book of its corporate history entitled "Dynamic America."

General Dynamics Posters, c. 1954 Among the most famous examples of contemporary poster design are the works made for General Dynamics by Erik Nitsche, a Swiss graphic designer. His historic relationship with General Dynamics began in 1953 and continued through 1960; he ultimately designed three series of advertising posters, the company's corporate image, annual reports and a 420-page book of its corporate history entitled "Dynamic America."

Erik Nitsche on Flickr. Stephen Heller writes:  Eric Nitsche may not be as well known today as his contemporaries, Lester Beall, Paul Rand, or Saul Bass, but he is their equal. Almost 90 years old, this Swiss born graphic designer is arguably one of the last surviving Modern design pioneers. Although he never claimed to be either a progenitor or follower of any dogma, philosophy, or style other than his own intuition, the work that earned him induction last year into the New York Art…

Erik Nitsche on Flickr. Stephen Heller writes: Eric Nitsche may not be as well known today as his contemporaries, Lester Beall, Paul Rand, or Saul Bass, but he is their equal. Almost 90 years old, this Swiss born graphic designer is arguably one of the last surviving Modern design pioneers. Although he never claimed to be either a progenitor or follower of any dogma, philosophy, or style other than his own intuition, the work that earned him induction last year into the New York Art…

"atome im dienste des friedens" by Erik Nitsche "His historic relationship with General Dynamics began in 1953 and continued through 1960; he ultimately designed three series of advertising posters, the company's corporate image, annual reports and a 420-page book of its corporate history entitled "Dynamic America."

"atome im dienste des friedens" by Erik Nitsche "His historic relationship with General Dynamics began in 1953 and continued through 1960; he ultimately designed three series of advertising posters, the company's corporate image, annual reports and a 420-page book of its corporate history entitled "Dynamic America."

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