Universal type 1925 - Herbert Bayer "The "universal" type, that Bayer presented in 1925 with the name 'sturm blond', the reduction was extreme. The guidance had adopted - exclusive use of lowercase letters, forms of elementary geometry, reduced to the simplest, universality - followed by other graphic artists."
Brochure cover art for the Deutsches Hygiene Museum exhibition "Healthy Woman, Healthy Nation" by an unknown designer, 1932. The exhibit and pamphlet were created prior to the Nazi takeover of the museum. The legend at the bottom of the artwork reads, "German publisher for national welfare" | Image courtesy of the Deutsches Hygiene Museum, Dresden