Bauhaus Graphics

Graphic design at the Bauhaus proved to be one of its most radical contributions
to 20th century design. It developed sans-serifs at a time when Gothic typefaces were the standard and used graphical elements in order to enhance communication, and its cultured approach to advertising broke new ground.

Graphic training included printing, book-binding, typography and photography.

The Bauhaus took on a number of printing jobs to earn money with little artistic ambition. Jobs from Weimar Government were high in numbers.

Advancements in graphic design at the Bauhaus continue to be internationally influential and relevant.