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Neue Grafik was the definitive publication of midcentury Swiss graphic design. Published in perfectly gridded columns of German, English, and French, Neue Grafik was more than a magazine; it was a demonstration of the powers of Swiss design and the embodiment of its cool, authoritative style.
Founded by legendary designer Josef Müller-Brockmann and edited by an illustrious collective of leading midcentury designers, Neue Grafik published eighteen beautiful volumes filled with cutting-edge layouts, thoughtful articles on design, discussions of Josef Albers' square paintings and the best ways to set type, contemporaneous reviews of iconic corporate designs, and untold additional riches for anyone interested in design.
This luxurious edition of Neue Grafik reprints all eighteen volumes, with very high-quality color plates, perfect-bound individual books with their original front and back covers reproduced, a heavyweight red slipcover, and a new volume with essays and editors' notes.
The Neue Grafik Complete Facsimile Box Set has 1,232 pages, measures 9.8" x 11", and weighs almost 15 lbs. It's the star of any art and design library and an inexhaustible source of insight for modern creatives.