Swiss Air Lines, Fritz Bühler
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Swiss Air Lines

Artist: Fritz Bühler
Year: 1958
Size: 101.5 x 63.8 cm / 40 x 25.1″
Price: CHF950

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In 1951, when Swissair acquired the DC-6B for their long-long flights, various graphid designers started to create a number of posters using flat tones and stron colours to achieve a high advertising awareness for Swissair. An example is this lithograph by Fritz Buhler from the late 1950s.

Artist: Fritz Bühler

Fritz Bühler was born to a Basel printer’s family in 1909 and died in a tragic accident in Colmar, France in 1963. He studied at art schools in Basel, Berlin and Paris and got his first job at the age of twenty as a graphic designer for Publicitas AG. In 1933, Bühler opened his own graphic design studio in Basel, which attained international renown after the Second World War. Fritz Bühler’s work as a graphi... more

Fritz Bühler was born to a Basel printer’s family in 1909 and died in a tragic accident in Colmar, France in 1963. He studied at art schools in Basel, Ber ...

lin and Paris and got his first job at the age of twenty as a graphic designer for Publicitas AG. In 1933, Bühler opened his own graphic design studio in Basel, which attained international renown after the Second World War. Fritz Bühler’s work as a graphi... more
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