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Der Film was designed by Josef Müller-Brockmann for Kunstgewerbemuseum Zürich. The poster can be seen as a significant example of International Typographic Style. The overlapping words “The Film” are set in Akzidenz-Grotesk. The exhibition poster has a minimal color palette, and effectively uses a strict grid while referring to time, space, and cinematography through a reduced typographic solution.
DESIGNER: Ian Party
FOUNDRY: Swiss Typefaces
ABOUT: 6 collections, 55 styles. Latin, Cyrillic and Arabic alphabets.
DESIGNER: Matthieu Salvaggio
FOUNDRY: Blaze Type
ABOUT: 32 weights. Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.
DESIGNER: Alex Slobzheninov
FOUNDRY: Pangram Pangram
ABOUT: 7 Weights, 14 styles. Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.
YEAR: 1926 (original Bodoni was created in late 18th century)
DESIGNER: Heinrich Jost (originally Giambattista Bodoni)
FOUNDRY: The Bauer Type Foundry
ABOUT: 5 weights.
DESIGNER: Dominik Huber, Marc Kappeler
FOUNDRY: Grilli Type
ABOUT: 12 styles.
DESIGNER: Julien Fesquet, Romain Pedeboscq
FOUNDRY: Bureau Nuits
ABOUT: 12 weights.
DESIGNER: Jérémy Schneider
FOUNDRY: VJ Type
ABOUT: 2 weights (3 alternates for each).