I love me some some Herbert Bayer.
Everyone knows his seminal
Bauhaus graphic and photo work,
and as great as that material is,
I decided to try to show you some more obscure stuff.
I could have gone on and on,
but these were some of my favorites....
There's Herbie in 1960.
He would have been 60.
He died in 1985.
Kiosk for selling cigarettes
Exhibition pavilion for selling toothpaste (?)
Open streetcar station with newsstand
Advertising sign for electric industry
Ideas about the "extended field of vision"
I blogged about this before....
Another ideas about the "extended field of vision"
I believe these were from the exhibition
"Das Wunder Des Lebens"
Office for an Art Director
I love how it looks, and would probable feel like, a pool.
Drawing for an entrance to the exhibition
"Modern Art in Advertising:
Designs for the Container Corporation"
Art Institute of Chicago
Drawing for a marble garden at the
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
Very Sottsass circa 1980.
Monument to Walter Paepcke
Aspen Grove Cemetery
Aluminum Company of America
"Perforated Space Divider Screen Models"
"Structure and Moon on Green"
Oil on canvas
Appropriate for me lately....
Gosh is he cute.
He reminds me a bit of another
crazy Austrian artist I know....
Crazy Austrian Artist
Last sentence on the back flap.
All images from:
"Herbert Bayer: Visual Communication,