Otto Treumann

Graphic Design in the Netherlands

Author: Otto Treumann

Publisher: 010 Publishers


Category: Design

Page: 129

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Otto Treumann (1919-2001) is a major pioneer in the modernization of graphic design in the Netherlands. Inspired by Swiss typography and Bauhaus aesthetics, Treumann's oeuvre combines easy-to-read visual elements with iconoclastic color treatment, enhanced by his wide knowledge of printing techniques acquired during the Second World War when he forged documents for the resistance. Treumann enjoyed a special relationship with industrial clients, devising house styles and logos for the publishing house Wolters Noordhoff, the Kröller-Müller Museum, the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects and El Al Airlines; he also designed posters for the Industries Fair in Utrecht, the Rotterdam Ahoy and Tattoo in Delft. Based on materials from the Otto Treumann Archive at the Stedelijk Museum, and designed by Irma Boom, this volume surveys Treumann's career.

Palaeohistoria 41/42 (1999-2000)

Institute of Archaeology, Groningen, the Netherlands

Author: Institute of Archaeology

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Science

Page: 496

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This work covers various topics relating to palaeontology.

De Ongevalliche Lanceloet

studies over de Lancelotcompilatie

Author: Bart Besamusca

Publisher: Uitgeverij Verloren


Category: Arthurian romances

Page: 143

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