Subtraction: Oh Yeeaahh! by Khoi Vinh 

It’s been about a year now since I first started thinking about creating some kind of definitive documentation about my approach to designing for the Web with the typographic grid as my primary layout tool. I spent a few weeks last summer putting a lot of those thoughts down on paper, but nothing much became of them … 

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The pioneer of swiss graphic design, Josef Müller-Brockmann changed the face of the graphics industry and inspired a generation. Born in 1914, he studied architecture, design and history of art and in 1936 opened his own studio in Zurich, specialising in graphics, exhibition design and photography. Müller-Brockmann was a true master and rare pioneer of his craft, and even after his death in 1996, his work still sets a benchmark for others in his profession.

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