12. This piece expresses asymmetrical balance. When we first observe the piece we look immediately right due to the unbalanced spread of colors, all the vibrant blues are to the right while empty blackness like meteors floating in space. Asymmetrical art often carries these distinctions to subdue our focus to one side of a piece.
from ISO50 Blog - The Blog of Scott Hansen (Tycho / ISO50)
100 Days of Josef Muller-Brockmann
UTS Visual Communication: Universal Appeal. Beethoven poster by Josef Muller Brockmann poster for the Zurich Town Hall in the 1950s. Brockmann felt the rhythm of the music the posters were advertising which he reflected in his work. They exemplify constructivism as the pattern moves off the page. The poster is more graphic than illustrative.