Josef Müller-Brockmann 1956 An example of the use of the Multiply effect which is used by a lot of Swiss designers. by marsha
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marsha Josef Müller-Brockmann 1956 An example of the use of the Multiply effect which is used by a lot of Swiss designers.
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Josef Müller-Brockmann "swiss style" by marsha
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marsha Josef Müller-Brockmann "swiss style"
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Designed by Josef Müller–Brockmann by SpicySugar
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SpicySugar Designed by Josef Müller–Brockmann
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Designed by Josef Müller-Brockmann In this poster, Brockmann uses perspective of the squares to give a 3D feel to the page. by marsha
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marsha Designed by Josef Müller-Brockmann In this poster, Brockmann uses perspective of the squares to give a 3D feel to the page.
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josef müller-brockmann by marsha
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Josef Müller-Brockmann by marsha
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marsha Josef Müller-Brockmann
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josef müller-brockmann by marsha
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Josef Müller-Brockmann by DeAngelis
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DeAngelis Josef Müller-Brockmann
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josef müller brockmann. by marsha
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Josef Müller-Brockmann by marsha
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marsha Josef Müller-Brockmann
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josef müller–brockmann, juni festkonzert, 1957 Brockmann was very fond of the typeface Akzidenz-Grotesk. A typeface that is under the lineal vox classification and the grotesque sub-category. He uses this typeface is almost all his work. by phoebe
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phoebe josef müller–brockmann, juni festkonzert, 1957 Brockmann was very fond of the typeface Akzidenz-Grotesk. A typeface that is under the lineal vox classification and the grotesque sub-category. He uses this typeface is almost all his work.
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Flickr Photo Download: Josef Müller-Brockmann by deirdre
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deirdre Flickr Photo Download: Josef Müller-Brockmann
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Josef Müller-Brockmann | logo & poster | created for a German elevator company  Brockmann uses the negative space to create the arrow forms in this poster. by marsha
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marsha Josef Müller-Brockmann | logo & poster | created for a German elevator company Brockmann uses the negative space to create the arrow forms in this poster.
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Josef Müller–Brockmann / Beethoven [1955] — #Poster by marsha
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marsha Josef Müller–Brockmann / Beethoven [1955] — #Poster
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Josef Müller-Brockmann was a Swiss graphic designer and teacher.    He studied architecture, design and history of art at both the University and Kunstgewerbeschule in Zurich. In 1936 he opened his Zurich studio specialising in graphic design, exhibition design and photography. by merle
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merle Josef Müller-Brockmann was a Swiss graphic designer and teacher. He studied architecture, design and history of art at both the University and Kunstgewerbeschule in Zurich. In 1936 he opened his Zurich studio specialising in graphic design, exhibition design and photography.
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Josef Müller-Brockmann Another of Brockmann's works that use a circular grid. This grid appears to have more modules than some of the others. by lea
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lea Josef Müller-Brockmann Another of Brockmann's works that use a circular grid. This grid appears to have more modules than some of the others.
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♥ Josef Müller-Brockmann | logo & poster | created for a German elevator company by marsha
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marsha ♥ Josef Müller-Brockmann | logo & poster | created for a German elevator company
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Most of the time "affect" is a verb and "effect" is a noun, but there are exceptions. We have an example, a memory trick, and a cartoon to help you remember when to use "affect" or "effect." #GrammarGirl by manuela
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manuela Most of the time "affect" is a verb and "effect" is a noun, but there are exceptions. We have an example, a memory trick, and a cartoon to help you remember when to use "affect" or "effect." #GrammarGirl
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100 Days with Josef Müller-Brockmann - Jessica Svendsen by mona
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mona 100 Days with Josef Müller-Brockmann - Jessica Svendsen
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100 Days with Josef Müller-Brockmann - Jessica Svendsen. by mona
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mona 100 Days with Josef Müller-Brockmann - Jessica Svendsen.
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Gus* Modern | The Wireframe End Table is a functional accent piece which evokes the 3D wireframe models used by designers and animators. It features a walnutfinished, exposed ply top and bottom surface, and black, powder-coated steel grid framework. An opening in the side allows for attractive storage of cushions, blankets, books, or clutter. by SAburns
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SAburns Gus* Modern | The Wireframe End Table is a functional accent piece which evokes the 3D wireframe models used by designers and animators. It features a walnutfinished, exposed ply top and bottom surface, and black, powder-coated steel grid framework. An opening in the side allows for attractive storage of cushions, blankets, books, or clutter.
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And this, boys and girls, is a prime example of the Reedus effect xD by EHZ BIJOUX
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EHZ BIJOUX And this, boys and girls, is a prime example of the Reedus effect xD
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Africa | Matmata Shawl;  used as a head and upper body covering | 19th century, Tunisia | Woven from wool with supplementary cotton which supplies the decorative element || After shawl is woven, it is dyed red for a newly wed bride or blue or black for older women || This is an example of an indigo dyed piece. by carina8
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carina8 Africa | Matmata Shawl; used as a head and upper body covering | 19th century, Tunisia | Woven from wool with supplementary cotton which supplies the decorative element || After shawl is woven, it is dyed red for a newly wed bride or blue or black for older women || This is an example of an indigo dyed piece.
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Opernhaus Zurich — Josef Müller-Brockmann  These less flashy JMB pieces have always been my favorite. A little more brutalist than the stuff people usually hype up. Love the “gradient” background. by lea
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lea Opernhaus Zurich — Josef Müller-Brockmann These less flashy JMB pieces have always been my favorite. A little more brutalist than the stuff people usually hype up. Love the “gradient” background.
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In this learning activity, students will construct a soda-bottle thermometer, which is similar to the thermometer used by GLOBE schools. Both are based on the principle that most substances expand and contract as their temperature changes. This experiment also demonstrates the principle of heat transfer. The resource includes an activity and data sheet for student use. This resource is in the Atmosphere chapter of the GLOBE Teacher's Guide, and is supported by GLOBE atmosphere field protocols. by leslie
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leslie In this learning activity, students will construct a soda-bottle thermometer, which is similar to the thermometer used by GLOBE schools. Both are based on the principle that most substances expand and contract as their temperature changes. This experiment also demonstrates the principle of heat transfer. The resource includes an activity and data sheet for student use. This resource is in the Atmosphere chapter of the GLOBE Teacher's Guide, and is supported by GLOBE atmosphere field protocols.
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OEM clothing manufacturing is an example of such a new and effective system which help the manufacturers meet the market demand by Mike Barney
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Mike Barney OEM clothing manufacturing is an example of such a new and effective system which help the manufacturers meet the market demand
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Swiss chatelain from the 1760s. A chatelain (French: "lady of the castle") in its original form is a belt hook, worn by the lady of the castle, from which the keys of the castle were suspended. They were later used by women and men to hold a variety of objects. #AntiqueJewelry #Chatelains by nichole
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nichole Swiss chatelain from the 1760s. A chatelain (French: "lady of the castle") in its original form is a belt hook, worn by the lady of the castle, from which the keys of the castle were suspended. They were later used by women and men to hold a variety of objects. #AntiqueJewelry #Chatelains
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Students match the science tool to its name, describe how it is used, and show an example of the tool in use! Pictures and descriptions are included for differentiation of multiple levels! $ #teacherspayteacher #science #teaching #elementary #MagnifyingtheScienceClassroom #literacy by amandawest
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amandawest Students match the science tool to its name, describe how it is used, and show an example of the tool in use! Pictures and descriptions are included for differentiation of multiple levels! $ #teacherspayteacher #science #teaching #elementary #MagnifyingtheScienceClassroom #literacy
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Afternoon dress, 1885 The passementerie on this elegant dress is clearly influenced by the Arts and Crafts design aesthetic which was extremely popular 1880 and 1910. This is an excellent example of how a movement which is mostly based in architecture and interior design crept into clothing, showing the proponents’ desire to live the style in its entirety. by adele
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adele Afternoon dress, 1885 The passementerie on this elegant dress is clearly influenced by the Arts and Crafts design aesthetic which was extremely popular 1880 and 1910. This is an excellent example of how a movement which is mostly based in architecture and interior design crept into clothing, showing the proponents’ desire to live the style in its entirety.
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The United States itself is an example of Domestic tranquility because it is originally a symble of a nation that works together which makes it an ideal example of how this nation should be, not just having war. by elvia
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elvia The United States itself is an example of Domestic tranquility because it is originally a symble of a nation that works together which makes it an ideal example of how this nation should be, not just having war.
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Joseph Müller-Brockmann by pansy
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pansy Joseph Müller-Brockmann
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