• Display | Ircodenyl Geigy | Collection/ Display | Antirheumatika 1 Geigy | Collection/ Roland Aeschlimann/ From 1941-1970, J.R. Geigy A.G., the Swiss pharmaceutical and chemical company headquartered in Basel worked with leading designers to create a visual vocabulary know as the “Geigy style”. This ‘anonymous’ language was often (not exclusively) represented by white space, the use of Akzidenz-Grotesk type, photographs, stylized graphics or drawings, color contrasts and the use of a grid.
  • Tofranil Ad, c.1960
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  • Geigy
  • ad for Geigy by Fred Torora (1960's)
  • Tofranil Ad, c.1960
  • Geigy — Stefan Geissbühler (1964-67)
  • Tromexan Ad, Designed by Nelly Rudin, c.1958
  • Burton Kramer for Geigy
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  • Tromexan Ad, Designed by Nelly Rudin, c.1954
  • Geigy
  • Thinking Fred Troller. 12 12 1930 | THINKINGFORM
  • Fred Troller
  • Fred Troller
  • Sintrom Ad, c.1958
  • Geigy
  • Desogen/Geigy | design: Max Schmid
  • Fred Troller - For Printing Synthetic Cellulosic Blends
  • Delta Butazolidina Ad, c.1960
  • Fred Troller, Geigy 1966
  • Geigy pharmaceutical package designs
  • Acalrate 2E/Geigy
  • Geigy | Collection/From 1941-1970, J.R. Geigy A.G., the Swiss pharmaceutical and chemical company headquartered in Basel worked with leading designers to create a visual vocabulary know as the “Geigy style”. This ‘anonymous’ language was often (not exclusively) represented by white space, the use of Akzidenz-Grotesk type, photographs, stylized graphics or drawings, color contrasts and the use of a grid.
  • by Fred Troller  for Geigy Chemical Corporation.
  • Geigy
  • Geigy 6, booklet
  • Advertisement for a sedative marketed by Geigy, designed by Igildo Biesele, Basel 1955. ( Vintage Graphic Design / Mid Century Art )
  • Siogen Geigy #poster #illustrazione #grafica
  • Geigy
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