Rudolf Baschant Austrian, b. Salzburg Baschant was a printmaker who studied in Essen, Frankfurt, Weimar, and Leipzig. He became a student of Walter Gropius and later taught with him at the Bauhaus. In 1923 he designed posters for the Bauhaus
Bauhaus-style poster by Thomas Pena. The imagery is a simplified version of the Dessau branch of the Bauhaus School. The word "bauhaus" shows the 5 original weights of the typeface. A Bauhaus "D","G", and "Q" were used to create this logo.
In this poster the color scheme and shapes are representative of Bauhaus and create an architectural design within it. The lines and movement help one to see the underlying image and creates a good visual hierarchy.