(1939–98) Swiss graphic designer, typographer and educator who studied in Zurich and Basle, taught in Switzerland and internationally, and is known for his particular concern for the social role of graphics.

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  • Friedl, Friedrich, Nicolaus Ott, and Bernard Stein. Typography: an Encyclopedic Survey of Type Design and Techniques throughout History. New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, 1998, p. 359
  • Lutz, Hans-Rudolf, Hans-Peter Hoesli, and Basilius Steinmann. Ausbildung in Typografischer Gestaltung. Zürich: Vlg Hans-Rudolf Lutz, 1996, p. 8
  • Hollis, Richard. Swiss Graphic Design: the Origins and Growth of an International Style, 1920–1965. New Haven: Yale UP, 2006, pp. 253, 257
  • Heller, Martin. Who’s Who in Graphic Design: Profiles of More than 300 Leading Graphic Designers from 46 Countries, including 1500 Illustrations. Zurich: Benteli-Werd Verlag, 1994, p. 479
  • ‘Verlag Hans-Rudolf Lutz’