Here's What Today's Brand Logos Would Look Like If They'd Been Designed in the Bauhaus

The movement celebrates 100 years

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The impact and influence of Bauhaus design is undeniable. You might not always know it when you see it, but the movement’s legacy is all around us, immortalized by how designers have embraced minimalism, bold typography, geometry and primary colors. Bauhaus is found in popular furniture like the Barcelona chair, marketing posters, and, most commonly now, digital and web design where simplicity is a rule instead of the exception.

The Bauhaus school was founded in 1919 and shut down in 1933 as the Nazis took control of Germany.



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