Otl Aicher: Design. Type. Thinking, Prestel, 2022

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‘More than a truly brilliant graphic designer, Otl Aicher was a transformative thinker, photographer, typographer, ecologist, philosopher, co-founder and mentor of the renowned Hochschule fuer Gestaltung at Ulm, and teacher. On the centenary of his birth, this splendidly produced and designed book looks at every facet of his career and traces the many strands of his lasting influence.’

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Otl Aicher: Design. Type. Thinking, Prestel, 2022
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