Thursday, 20 September 2007
Dutch graphic designer Wim Crouwel belives in form and function working together to increase the possibilities of typographic communication. An experimental designer, he has been quoted as saying: " Typography must be visually orderly for the purpose of good readability." A fan of modernism and minimalsim he is inspired by many artists and belives in a systematic approach to design using grid systems to create type. I find his typography interesting i like the simplicity and structured approach he takes. He is inspired by architecture. I want to find more examples of this sort of systematic and grid based approach to design.