Gerd Arntz: Graphic Designer
As a politically engaged graphic artist and designer Gerd Arntz (1900-1988) portrayed the world in wood and linoleum cuts.
During the 1920s, he conveyed his vision on social wrongs and the rise of Nazism in Germany in his prints. He did this in a simple, direct style. Together with Otto Neurath he designed the symbols for the ‘International System Of Typographic Picture Education’ (ISOTYPE). This book displays many Isotypes and explains the system and its context, and fives an overview of Arntz’s life and work.
Information about delivery policy here