10 edition of Paul Renner found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-219) and index.
|LC Classifications||Z116.A44 R463 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||98041025|
Paul Friedrich August Renner was born on August 9, in Wernigerode in the Harz Paul Renner book, a part of Saxony-Anhalt, which at that time fell within the kingdom of Prussia. Tassea typeface is a revival of Renner's typeface Steile Futura. He resisted the polarization of political ideologies in Weimar Germany, and tried to select the most reasonable elements from both right and left. It is extremely effective as a display font, but can also be pleasant to read in longer form as a text face.
InEdward Johnston devised a geometric face for use on station nameplates in the London Underground; inat the Paul Renner book Bauhaus, Herbert Bayer released his own geometric sans serif typeface, Paul Renner book, which eliminated all uppercase letters; inEric Gill developed Gill Sans, derived explicitly from Johnston's Underground face. Both Paul Renner and Futura are often associated with the Bauhaus movement, but there is some debate about the interplay between them. He utilized his intellect and aesthetic skills to alter the fundamental landscape of material and spiritual form of life. In those years Renner undertook the design of the now ubiquitous typeface Futura. He resisted the polarization of political ideologies in Weimar Germany, and tried to select the most reasonable elements from both right and left. Paul Renner- Bridge between Traditional and Modern Design German typographer Paul Renner is best known as the designer of the typeface Futura, which stands as a landmark of modern graphic design.
Tassea typeface is a revival of Renner's typeface Steile Futura. Paul Renner is a tour de force in both content and form. An early and prominent Paul Renner book of the Deutscher Werkbund, he was committed to the values of quality in design, always tempered by a certain sobriety of attitude and style. Consequently he took his role as a figurehead of the Munich Meisterschule seriously. Another one of his creations, Architype Renner is evolved from his early experimental exploration of geometric letterforms. Twentieth Century is another typeface which was inspired by Futura.
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Less than a month after Tschichold's arrest and only seven days before the Bauhaus was raided, Renner was also taken into custody and then released the following day after the intervention Paul Renner book Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess, a friend of Renner's family.
Renner can be seen as a bridge between the traditional 19th century and Paul Renner book modern 20th century design. There is also increased language support. Shaar and Tommy Thompson. American type founders and Mergenthaler Linotype countered with a close imitation of Futura, named Spartan. The static version with 9 weights is still available for free and the source code for the variable font version is free to download and comes with instructions on building it yourself.
He was drawn to a field of activity in which he could put his time to designing. He attempted to fuse the gothic and the roman typefaces. Paul Renner- Bridge between Traditional and Modern Design German typographer Paul Renner is best known as the designer of the typeface Futura, which stands as a landmark of modern graphic design.
By doing this, Futura is still used today because it is so bold and distinctive to typographers and graphic designers.
It offers an ambitious revision of the many histories that have focused almost exclusively on Bauhaus modernism for being most representatitve of this stage of German typographic design.
Because uppercase Gothic letters are excessively ornate, and because the German language capitalizes all nouns, Renner concluded that modern designers should use roman typefaces and, even better, sans serif geometric fonts like Futura, which he described in a lates article as "the typeface of our age".
Closely examining the Paul Renner book in which Renner operated, Christopher Burke presents Paul Renner book wealth of hitherto unpublished Paul Renner book, drawing on primary sources and archival research. Renner sought to influence culture by designing, writing and teaching.
Renner was a central figure in the German artistic movements of the s and s, becoming an early and prominent member of the Paul Renner book Werkbund while creating his first book designs for various Munich-based publishers. Inspired by the example of William Morris, and no doubt by the interest in the concept of Gesamtkunstwerk total work of art among end of the century architects and designers, he soon became dissatisfied with designing merely the bindings, and, unlike most "book decorators" of the time, insisted on being responsible for nearly all design-related aspects of a volume, both inside and out, including choice and arrangement of type.
He went into a period of internal exile after his arrest. Renner attended a Gymnasium, a secondary school where one studied the humanities. Futura is dazzling in its simplicity, welcoming in its rationality.
He created a new set of guidelines for good book design and invented the popular Futuraa geometric sans-serif font used by many typographers throughout the 20th century and today. It is based on geometric shapes which became representative visual elements of the Bauhaus design style of Renner had first settled in Munich at the turn of the century as a young painter and remained there for most of his life.
During this period Renner attempted to resolve a style that suited Germany in the s. From onwards, he wrote extensively about typography and design. It is extremely effective as a display font, but can also be pleasant to read in longer form as a text face.
Paul Renner was one of five sons. But equally, he admired the functionalist strain in modernism. He was arrested and dismissed from his post in Munich inand subsequently went into a period of internal exile. You don't have to pay anything if you don't want to! It also includes fractions and unusual punctuation such as the interrobang.Paul Renner wrote several books in his life time including this one.
All books published in his native language, German. He mostly wrote about subjects relating to typography but at times dabbled in politics. Paul Renner, Mechanisierte Grafik Verlag: Hermann Reckendorf gmbh, Berlin See more. Jun 22, · Futura was designed by Paul Renner in and was created as a contribution to the New Frankfurt project.
The design is based on the simple geometries that became representative of the Bauhaus style. Renner was not part of Bauhaus but he shared their beliefs regarding fonts as expressions of modernity.
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In this book Christopher Burke provides the first extended account of an essential and still underrated figure.A freshly released font inspired by Paul Renner's Futura, which makes it a good free alternative.
Includes 10 styles (5 weights with matching italics).Paul Renner by Christopher Burke: German typographer Paul Renner ebook best known ebook the designer of the typeface Futura, which stands as a landmark of modern graphic design.
This title is the first study in any language of Renner's typographic career; it details his life and work to reveal the breadth of his accomplishment and influence.