Their posters manifest a reduced expression, convincing in a poetic-sensuous manner while challenging intellectually. In particular the posters advertising exhibitions convey complex contents in a puristic and timeless form. The creations by Hamburger are characterised by a more pronounced adherence to tradition-while Staehelin's experimental openness often leads to surprising results. The joint works of the two reveal the mutual appreciation and fruitfulness of the professional exchange; sensitively developed posters for the Museum of Design reflect an inspiring combination of graphic design principles and a pure delight in creative design. With an essay by Claude Lichtenstein.
Designer: Integral Lars Müller
Binding: Softbound book with dust jacket