Josef Müller-Brockmann’s book, The Graphic Artist and his Design Problems, aimed to solve the graphic designer’s problem of finding the appropriate contemporary form. It became a standard work that still serves as a historic practical guide well beyond the boundaries of Switzerland. Divided into sections, the designer muses on such themes as design elements across mediums, thoughts concerning the working designer, semiotics and communications research, and graphic design education.
Designer: Josef Müller-Brockmann
Publisher: Niggli Verlag
Language: English, German, French
Size: 10.2 × 8.9" / 260 × 225 mm
Publication: 2003 (first published 1961)
Binding: Hardcover, cloth binding with jacket