Die Tat – Independent Swiss Newspaper, Herbert Leupin
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Die Tat – Independent Swiss Newspaper

Artist: Herbert Leupin
Year: 1963
Size: 128 x 90 cm / 50.4 x 35.4″

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This interesting vintage poster by Herbert Leupin for left-leaning newspaper DIE TAT combines all the classic characteristics of the poster design genius: humour, bold colours and eye-catching yet simple design, all executed with the highest level of artistic skill. To complete the message of the image, Leupin put in a word-play: the word “Sachen” added to the newspaper’s name to form the word “Tatsachen”, which means “facts”!

Artist: Herbert Leupin

Herbert LEUPIN was born in Beinwil am See in 1916. He lived in Basel and later in his life he moved to the Italian part of Switzerland, where he died in 1999.

Between 1932 and 1935, he was trained at the Basel School of Arts and Crafts, where he was taught by teachers such as Paul Kammüller, Hermann Eidenbenz and Donald Brun. After graduating, he did an internship at the Eidenbenz advertising firm in Basel... more

Herbert LEUPIN was born in Beinwil am See in 1916. He lived in Basel and later in his life he moved to the Italian part of Switzerland, where he died in 1999 ...

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Between 1932 and 1935, he was trained at the Basel School of Arts and Crafts, where he was taught by teachers such as Paul Kammüller, Hermann Eidenbenz and Donald Brun. After graduating, he did an internship at the Eidenbenz advertising firm in Basel... more

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