Cailler Chocolate, Charles Kuhn
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Cailler Chocolate

Artist: Charles Kuhn
Year: 1936
Size: 128 x 90 cm / 50.4 x 35.4″
Price: CHF580

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The Cailler chocolate factory and Nestlé were the most innovative Swiss companies. Cailler used its neighbor Nestlé’s condensed milk to make the first milk chocolate. The first chocolate bar was also created by Cailler, which is the oldest Swiss chocolate brand that still exists. This pretty vintage object poster was designed by the master Charles Kuhn in 1936.

Artist: Charles Kuhn

Charles KUHN was born in Lausanne in 1903. He was trained as a lithographer in Lausanne and moved to Zurich in 1922, where he worked as a graphic designer and lithographer at the Graphische Anstalt J.E. Wolfensberger printing company until 1945. After World War II he worked freelance and designed numerous wine labels. The importance of labels, logos and products is also visible in his posters. Charles Kuhn created... more

Charles KUHN was born in Lausanne in 1903. He was trained as a lithographer in Lausanne and moved to Zurich in 1922, where he worked as a graphic designer an ...

d lithographer at the Graphische Anstalt J.E. Wolfensberger printing company until 1945. After World War II he worked freelance and designed numerous wine labels. The importance of labels, logos and products is also visible in his posters. Charles Kuhn created... more
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