The Swiss in Paris

In the decades after 1950, many Swiss graphic artists and typographers moved to Paris to turn the city’s design scene upside down, and they have continued to influence it to the present day. Lettering for the metro, cover photos for magazines and the design of perfume bottles – the exhibition entitled “Les Suisses de Paris” is dedicated entirely to successful Swiss designers in the city on the Seine. LEH

Photos: Museum of Design in Zurich

The exhibition “Les Suisses de Paris” at the Museum of Design in Zurich runs until 19 March 2017.


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