This is the most comprehensive monograph available on Josef Müller-Brockmann (1914-96), one of the 20th century's greatest graphic designers. The book presents the entire range of Müller-Brockmann's career, with work ranging from his 1930s design studio in Zürich until his death in 1996, including selections from a wide variety of clients such as the Swiss Automobile Club, the Zürich Concert Hall, and IBM. This is an essential volume for graphic design students, professionals, academics, and enthusiasts. It includes over four hundred images culled from Müller-Brockmann's personal archive, ranging from his most famous works to never-before-seen projects and personal photos. The text was researched and written by Kerry William Purcell, graphic design expert and author of Alexey Brodovitch, also published by Phaidon.