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Democratic Graphics – The political and graphic work of Gerd Arntz 1920–1940

von Flip Bool   To point out and critically display social conditions. To engage society through design. Under this premise, Gerd Arntz developed the visual language of Isotype in the team around Otto and Marie Neurath and has since then … Continue reading

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On the Organization of Products in German Design

Our latest Editorial Board Member Prof. Dr. Marion Godau discusses the interconnections between Design and Organisation from a German Design History Perspective… For sociologist Elfie Miklautz, objects are important for understanding the world. She writes: “Communal reality is produced and judged with … Continue reading

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