Tibor Gonczi Gebhardt was a poster artist and graphic designer in Hungary. Gebhardt was noted for his work in the Jugendstil or, Secession Style that was popular in Europe in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition to posters, he designed book covers, emblems, menus, postage stamps, illustrations, commercial labels and other varying ephemera. He often signed his works using the pen name "Gönczi". Between 1918 and 1922, Gebhardt studied at the Iparművészeti Iskola (School for Applied Arts) in Budapest. During the 1920s, he produced decorative posters and was designing book covers. One notable work Gebhardt designed during this period was his cover for the 1925 Hungarian edition of "Dracula".
The Offset Printing House was a state-owned printer located in Budapest, Hungary.