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twen issue 3 1962 / selected pages Newspaper Design Layout, Page Layout Design, Book Design, Editorial Design Layouts, Typography Layout, Graphic Design Typography, Lettering, Print Magazine, Magazine Design

Willy Fleckhaus

When Willy Fleckhaus died suddenly of a heart attack in September of 1983, the design world lost one of its most innovative and stimulating citizens. Born...

design-is-fine: “ Willy Fleckhaus, artwork for Twen magazine, editorial about John Coltrane, The seven sides of Mr. Selected pages via PastPrint ” Editorial Design Layouts, Magazine Layout Design, Magazine Layouts, Web Design, Graphic Design, Design Trends, Graphic Art, Grid, Design Theory

Design is fine. History is mine.

Willy Fleckhaus, artwork for Twen magazine, editorial about John Coltrane, 1962. The seven sides of Mr. “Trane”. Germany. Photos: Robert Freeman. Selected pages via PastPrint

willy_fleckhaus_twen_grid_graphic_design_its_nice_that. Grid Graphic Design, Typo Design, Layout Design, Design Art, Editorial Design Magazine, Magazine Cover Design, Editorial Layout, Magazine Front Cover, Love Magazine

Design, Revolt, Rainbow: the pioneering work of graphic designer Willy Fleckhaus

_Willy Fleckhaus (1925–1983) was one of the most innovative, creative and influential graphic designers in postwar Germany. He became internationally known for his ground-breaking work on the lifestyle magazine_ twen _, which attracted generations of readers with its generous layouts, modern typography and distinctive choice of house photographers such as Will McBride, Charlotte March, Guido Mangold, and Reinhart Wolf._

Publisher Hartmann Books has published a monograph on late German graphic designer Willy Fleckhaus. Print Layout, Layout Design, Print Design, Web Design, Modern Typography, Graphic Design Typography, Layout Inspiration, Graphic Design Inspiration, Editorial Design Layouts

Design, Revolt, Rainbow: the pioneering work of graphic designer Willy Fleckhaus

_Willy Fleckhaus (1925–1983) was one of the most innovative, creative and influential graphic designers in postwar Germany. He became internationally known for his ground-breaking work on the lifestyle magazine_ twen _, which attracted generations of readers with its generous layouts, modern typography and distinctive choice of house photographers such as Will McBride, Charlotte March, Guido Mangold, and Reinhart Wolf._

twen (selected pages) issue 4 / 1961 Fleckhaus Japanese Graphic Design, Graphic Design Layouts, Graphic Design Typography, Editorial Layout, Editorial Design, Magazine Layout Design, Magazine Layouts, Grid Layouts, Brand Book

twen (selected pages) issue 4 / 1961

Index to PAST PRINT 2011 is in the December 2011 Archive. Index for 2012 is in the December 2012 Archive. Index for 2013 is in the December 2013 Archive. Index for 2014 is in the December 2014 Archive. Index for 2015 is in the January 2015 Archive until December 31. USE THE 'SEARCH THIS BLOG OPTION'…

Twen Magazine: designers will be familiar with Twen magazine as much has been written about its pioneering design. I wanted to collect together a few of my favourite layouts. Twen was. Editorial Design Layouts, Magazine Layout Design, Layout Inspiration, Graphic Design Inspiration, Typography Letters, Lettering, Typographie Inspiration, Publication Design, Grid Design

twen (selected pages) issue 2 1961

Index to PAST PRINT 2011 is in the December 2011 Archive. Index for 2012 is in the December 2012 Archive. Index for 2013 is in the December 2013 Archive. Index for 2014 is in the December 2014 Archive. Index for 2015 is in the January 2015 Archive until December 31. USE THE 'SEARCH THIS BLOG OPTION'…

Design, Revolt, Rainbow: the pioneering work of graphic designer Willy Fleckhaus Type Design, Layout Design, Web Design, Logo Design, Graphic Design, Modern Typography, Typography Design, Popeye Magazine, Buch Design

Design, Revolt, Rainbow: the pioneering work of graphic designer Willy Fleckhaus

_Willy Fleckhaus (1925–1983) was one of the most innovative, creative and influential graphic designers in postwar Germany. He became internationally known for his ground-breaking work on the lifestyle magazine_ twen _, which attracted generations of readers with its generous layouts, modern typography and distinctive choice of house photographers such as Will McBride, Charlotte March, Guido Mangold, and Reinhart Wolf._