Guide-map through Berlin 1936 Contributed by Indra Kupferschmid on Apr 10th, 2012. Artwork published in 1935. Source: www.flickr.com License: All Rights Reserved. On the occasion of the Olympic Games, issued by the tourist board of Berlin. Typefaces Formats Booklets/Pamphlets (1733) Topics Event (2216) Travel (620) Sports (550) Tagged withOlympic Games (21)1930s (141)city guides (44)all caps Futura Bold (23)compact diacritics (94)Berlin (68)orange (380)all caps (5126)Nazi Germany (33)Nazism (15)one typeface family (1312) Artwork location Germany (2940) Berlin (858) In Sets Invites (Alton Phillips) (11) _st (GareyAdey) (75) safaritypo (Julie Fujara) (24) 3 Comments on “Guide-map through Berlin 1936” Stephen Coles says: Apr 10th, 2012 6:50 pm It’s hard to believe this was published in 1936. Looks so new. Must have been quite special at the time. Indra Kupferschmid says: Apr 12th, 2012 8:07 am You need to check out more German stuff from the 1920/30s :) Stephen Coles says: Apr 17th, 2014 11:38 pm I was under the impression that Futura didn’t have a square-barred ‘1’. It was how I was always distinguishing Spartan from the original. But perhaps this style of ‘1’ was offered in Germany too? It also appears in this 1936 Swiss ad. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Futura in use 10 Things I Have Learned2013Ivorin VrkašContributed by Orin Vrkaš Staff Pick Bon Appétit, “Special Holiday Issue”, December 20202020Condé NastMichele OutlandChris CristianoContributed by Lauren Hart Staff Pick Soneto wine (fictional)2018Roberto EsparteroContributed by Roberto Espartero García Sponsor More in Travel Van de Velde year 20132012GoldwiegeContributed by Florian Hardwig Ola Play by Olacabs2016OlacabsContributed by Hardik Pandya Seabound by Elina Brotherusc. 2021Dog DesignContributed by Juanjo Lopez JetBlue RetroJet2016Bailey SullivanCiara CordascoLashonne DuncanContributed by Stephen Coles More in Booklets/Pamphlets Moving On – One Year Alarmphonec. 2016bildargumenteContributed by Edgar Walthert Stones and Rocks. An Existential Survey2021Veronica PaoliGiulia Del ZottoGazmend ZeneliContributed by Giulia Del Zotto Pôle Pixel Villeurbanne2019Studio TumulteContributed by Studio Tumulte Lansing Symphony Orchestra: 87th Annual Season2016TractionTerry SietingErica TedescoContributed by Terry Sieting Staff Pick More Fonts In Use Atlas of Palestinian Communities in Israel2018David BüsserLuca EusebioContributed by Typotheque Staff Pick “Unite against COVID-19” campaign, New Zealand Government2020Contributed by Darden Studio Staff Pick Fruit Bats at The Sinclair, Cambridge2019Darryl NorsenContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick New York magazine, Aug–Sep 20122012Thomas AlbertyContributed by André Mora Blog
3 Comments on “Guide-map through Berlin 1936”
It’s hard to believe this was published in 1936. Looks so new. Must have been quite special at the time.
You need to check out more German stuff from the 1920/30s :)
I was under the impression that Futura didn’t have a square-barred ‘1’. It was how I was always distinguishing Spartan from the original. But perhaps this style of ‘1’ was offered in Germany too? It also appears in this 1936 Swiss ad.