Rosmarie Tissi
Hall of Femmes

Rosmarie Tissi

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Hall of Femmes: Rosmarie Tissi

»For me, it’s been important to combine intuition and logic in order to
find simple and powerful solutions.

I have constantly thought of solutions, of challenges for projects in
progress. I would rarely slow down if I had a job I couldn’t find a
solution for. I couldn’t focus on anything else so I would prioritise a
lot of other things in order to keep working, revisit ideas or spreads
to find the right path. When the project finally landed and the prob-
lem was solved, I could feel a bit empty inside. I don’t know why I’m
speaking in past tense, it’s exactly the same now as it was then. I
always have to have some project to think about. I would never think to
retire, that must be awfully boring.«
– Rosmarie Tissi


During the 1960s and 1970s, she was a trailblazer for her time. All
around her were strict rules, grid systems and men who completely
dominated the business. She continued on her own trail through the 1980s
and '90s, turning limitations into opportunities. Today she is a leading
female designer, famous worldwide.

This book is part of the Hall of Femmes series, books highlighting the
work of outstanding women in art direction and design. Other titles in
the series are: Ruth Ansel, Lillian Bassman, Carin Goldberg, Paula
Scher, Tomoko Miho, Janet Froelich, Lella Vignelli and Barbara
Stauffacher Solomon.


Initiative: Samira Bouabana, Angela Tillman Sperandio (Hall of Femmes)
Author & editor: Linda Holster / HolsterGreen
Graphic design: Michaela Green / HolsterGreen
Dimensions: 130x230 mm
Soft cover
Language: English
ISBN: 9789198757309