The Wiener Werkstätte’s 1911 postcards present the sights of the Austrian capital in vivid colors and geometric compositions.
After Budapest, Berlin, and Karlovy Vary/Karlsbad, this time we present turn-of-the-century Vienna through the postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshops). As mentioned before, the Wiener Werkstätte was founded in
Vibrant, playful compositions depict the bustling life of the spa town of Karlovy Vary (formerly Karlsbad) at the turn of the century in 1909 postcards from the Wiener Werkstätte.
After Budapest and Berlin, this time we present the famous spa city of the late 1900s through the postcards of the
The Wiener Werkstätte’s 1911 postcards present the sights of the German capital in vivid colors and playful compositions.
After Budapest, this time we present Berlin in the early 1910s through the postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshops). As mentioned before, the Wiener Werkstätte was founded in 1903 by
The Wiener Werkstätte’s 1911 postcards present the sights of the Hungarian capital in cheerful colors and playful compositions.
The Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshops) was founded in 1903 by businessman Friedrich Waerndorfer and two prominent figures of the Vienna secession, architect Josef Hoffmann and artist Koloman Moser. The company emphasized
The Hungarian paper design brand DOT for You, known for its iconic IRKA-FIRKA calendars, notebooks, honest communication and dedicated community building, is preparing a special surprise for this year’s Mother’s Day: it offers handwritten, unique postcards.
Apropos of Mother’s Day, the DOT for You team thought about
Tisza blooming, cranes, heron and fishing boat – if you know the lands of
Hungary well, these motifs will make you think of Lake Tisza, for sure. Réka
Neszmélyi has drawn these symbols and now presents them in the form of
postcards. Let’s see the details!
Lake Tisza is the
Lovebirds quarreling in sweaters, a cockroach nibbling on an abandoned slice of
pizza at Parliament Square. Lehel Kovács’ uniquely toned illustrations are
infused with irony and humor. The works of the graphic designer (originally
graduated as a window-dresser) have been published in international magazines
such as The New York Times,
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.