Dieter Roth, a German Graphic designer from the late ‘60s and early ‘80s, was renown for his progressive designs, audacious projects and very obstinate individuality. His work, a considerable body of true art objects, counts as an example for all actual graphic designers. Nowadays, everybody working in the world of publishing is tributary to him.
Almost everything we are designing now, and is considered as ‘normal’, was once avant-garde invented by Dieter Roth.
This little book project, published by Boekbeeld, a Flemish bibliophile foundation, is a tribute to him.