Visions of the Bauhaus Books: Exploring Connections to Contemporary Graphic Design Practice
The fourteen Bauhaus Books, edited by Walter Gropius and László Moholy-Nagy, were published between 1925 and 1930. Their authors discussed design principles, practices, and artistic approaches from various perspectives. In this volume, Johannes Rinkenburger has examined and researched the contents and key concepts of this avant-garde series of books along with their backgrounds and context and elaborates their application and importance for current design schools.
Based on design experiments, new links and correlations are established and methods shown that reveal, and apply the legacy of Bauhaus, one of the historically most important design schools worldwide, to contemporary design. In the visual illustrations, which make up a large part of the publication, individual concepts and methods of the Bauhaus books are combined, contemplated on and implemented using today's graphic design methods and techniques.
Softcover, 256 pages, full color, 7.09 × 9.06 inches
Published by Niggli Verlag, 2019