Willy Fleckhaus is known for his avant-garde visuals, layouts, and typography. He was associated with the birth of the magazine “Twen” in 1959. The magazine was published from 1959-1970, and was geared toward the first generation of German adults who came of age after World War II. The magazine combined deepened political and intellectual thought and increased sexual awareness’.
The 50s and 60s was known as a renaissance of re-designing magazine, Fleckhaus took advantage of this renaissance. He joined “F.A.Z Magazine” and once again revolutionized how the viewer experienced content. His design was structured, carefully planned chaos.
- Resources: ADC Hall of Fame
- Books: Fleckhaus: Deutschlands erster Art Director (German Edition)