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It’s your turn to design like a Bauhaus master. In the coming months there will be five separate challenges to inspire you to use the restored typography sets in your own work. A selection of the best submissions will be featured in an exclusive exhibition at the Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany. And the grand prize winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip to explore the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation in person.

Use one or more of the new Bauhaus Dessau fonts to create a digital logo in the Bauhaus style. 

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Lost typography from the Bauhaus masters.
Beautifully re-created for you.
After almost 100 years, original typography sketches and unpublished letter fragments from the legendary Bauhaus school of design were rediscovered and are now ready to inspire a new generation of designers. Five beautiful alphabets have been meticulously completed and digitized by an international team of students guided by renowned type designer Erik Spiekermann. Now for the first time, we’re making two fonts available exclusively to Creative Cloud members, with more to come.
History of Bauhaus Dessau
The birthplace of modern design.
The Bauhaus was founded in 1919 in Weimar, Germany by architect Walter Gropius. Literally translated as “building house,” the Bauhaus style was born out of the challenge of designing basic necessities like buildings, tables, and chairs, with the core idea that form follows function.
In 1925 the school moved to the industrial city of Dessau, where its ideal of creating a new unity of crafts, art, and technology flourished. Many now-iconic designers called the Bauhaus home, and their legacy of industrial design and functional yet striking typography lives on today.

The vanguard of the avant-garde.
By marrying industrial technology and fine art, the Bauhaus masters and their students designed functional objects that could be mass-produced with modern machinery. Their concrete and steel buildings, minimalist furniture, and bold lettering for advertising posters continue to inspire creatives in all fields of art and design.

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