Typographic Architectures - Wim Crouwel, Catherine De Smet, Emmanuel Berard
|Author||W. Crouwel ; C. De Smet E.a.|
This publication is an updated reissue of the book designed by Experimental Jet Set and published on the occasion of ‘Wim Crouwel: Architectures Typographiques, 1956-1976’, an exhibition that took place in the beginning of 2007 at Galerie Anatome in Paris. Featuring texts that illuminate the oeuvre of Wim Crouwel, this abundantly-illustrated book analyzes his wide range of production in diverse fields, such as visual identities, publications, posters, exhibitions, and his catalogue work for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. For decades, Crouwel's influence has extended beyond the Netherlands, with his approach to graphic design that combines modernist heritage with pop fantasy.
|104 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 22 cm, pb, French/English|