Hermann Eidenbenz – born 4. 9. 1902 in Cannanore, India, died 25. 2. 1993 in Basle, Switzerland – graphic artist, teacher.
- 1918–22: studies at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Zurich.
- 1923–25: graphic artist for Wilhelm Deffke in Berlin.
- 1925–26: graphic artist for Ol H. W. Hadank in Berlin.
- 1926–32: teacher of type and graphics at the Kunstgewerbeschule Magdeburg.
- 1932_53: has a graphics studio in Basle with his brothers Reinhold and Willy.
- 1937: works on the Swiss pavilion for the world exhibition in Paris.
- 1940–43: teaches at the Allgemeine Gewerbeschule in Basle.
- 1953–55: teaches at the Werkkunstschule and at the Technische Hochschule in Braunschweig.
- 1955–67: art director and advertising consultant for the Reemtsma company in Hamburg. Eidenbenz designed numerous posters, logos, and also bank notes for Switzerland and Germany.
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