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Wim Crouwel | Typographic Architectures

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Originally published in 2007 by F7 and Anatome Gallery, this freshly republished publication focuses on the layout of the catalogues made for museums such as the Stedelijk Museum of Amsterdam, as well as on the genesis and presentation of the New Alphabet, created between 1964 and 1967.

Designed by the Amsterdam-based studio Experimental Jetset and richly illustrated throughout with Crouwel's work, this is a long-overdue re-issue of a pivotal text.

 

Size: 160 X 220mm

Pages: 104

Publisher: Editions B42

Wim Crouwel | Typographic Architectures | Colours May Vary
Wim Crouwel | Typographic Architectures | Colours May Vary
Wim Crouwel | Typographic Architectures
Wim Crouwel | Typographic Architectures | Colours May Vary