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I'm trying to recall what this style is called where it's super minimal, there's a light use of shapes to guide the attention and the shapes and text are slightly out of kilter to each other. Does anyone know what this is called?
I would call it ultra contemporary or minimalist with hierarchal and visual weight.
It looks very "Bauhaus". Their design philosophy revolved around things being:
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