Dezeen have got together with Japanese T-shirt store graniph to give away limited-edition T-shirts inspired by Swiss graphic designer Josef Müller-Brockmann.
One reader will win a complete set of six designs in the limited-edition Brockmann series.
Six runners-up will receive one T-shirt each from the series.
This competition is now closed.
Here's further information from graniph:
Following a collaboration with master typographer Emil Ruder, the Japanese Design Tshirts Store graniph once again draws on the work of a giant of Swiss graphic design - Josef Muller-Brockmann - to produce a series of six distinctive T-shirts.
Design Tshirts Store graniph
Founded in 2001, graniph pioneered a new culture of fusing art and fashion on the timeless medium of the T-shirt. From its first store in Tokyo's trendy Shimokitazawa neighbourhood, graniph has blossomed to over 80 specialist T-shirt stores spread throughout Asia, a large-scale flagship store and gallery in the heart of Harajuku, as well as an online store bursting with artist information and new designs.
Limited editions for constant change
graniph prides itself on producing unique limited edition T-shirts which appeal to our customers individuality. During the cooler seasons graniph produces roughly 70 new designs a month. And when the temperature rises, so does graniph's output. In the summer months graniph releases up to 130 new designs each month, so our customers are always sure to find fresh designs each time they check out graniph.
Interaction as a creative principle
Of course, many people wonder how graniph maintains such a constant flow of high quality output. The answer lies in graniph's collaborative design process. In addition to our in-house designers we collaborate with both up-and-coming and established artists from around the globe. Innovative collaborations with a range of musicians, films and magazines adds further depth to the graniph collection.
graniph as a creative exchange platform
To introduce all of our collaboration artists to a wider audience, we regularly update their profile and promote their latest projects on graniph.com.
Born in Rapperswil, Switzerland, Josef Muller-Brockmann (1914- 1996) was a hugely influential graphic designer and teacher. He studied architecture, design and art history at the Zurich School of Applied Arts before setting up his own studio in Zurich specializing in graphic design, exhibition design and photography.
In 1958 he became a founding editior of the journal New Graphic Design and in 1966 he was appointed European design consultant to IBM. He authored many influential books on graphic design including Grid Systems in Graphic Design, History of the Poster and A History of Visual Communication. His work is characterized by its simple designs and clean use of typography, shapes, and colors which continue to influence graphic designers around the globe.
Congratulations to the winner! Yogesh Mistry in the UK wins a complete set of t-shirts.
And congratulations to the six runners up: Antoine Chatiliez in the UK, Pierre Sinsua in Malaysia, Severin Soder in New Zealand, Emiliano Roia in Australia, Jonathan van der Knaap in Japan and Michael Abbott in the USA.
Sign up for a daily roundup
of all our stories