Posts Tagged with “wim crouwel”

Vormgevers Poster Details


Blanka has posted detailed photos of the Wim Crouwel Vormgevers poster being printed.

I’m dying to buy one but with the dollar being so low, the poster would cost me $200. Might be worth it though.        

Graphic Design Museum


Today marks the opening of the Graphic Design Museum, the worlds first museum entirely focused on graphic design.

Damn it! I wish I lived in the Netherlands.

Via Many Stuff        

1968 Wim Crouwel Poster Reprint


Blanka is reprinting an exact replica of this 1968 Vormgevers poster by Wim Crouwel. The poster will be printed in an edition of 250 units, the first 50 units will be signed by Crouwel. The posters will ship june 23. Pre-order now.

Via Swiss Legacy        

New Alphabet FontStructed

Matt McInerney has cleverly recreated Wim Crouwel’s famous New Alphabet typeface using FontStruct.        

Felix Lobelius


22 year old Swedish designer Felix Lobelius has just launched his new site and he has some excellent work on there.        



An excellent collection of well designed stamps, mainly Dutch. Here’s also a great set done by Wim Crouwel. It’s amazing how these designers were able to cramp such wonderful designs and compositions in such a small canvas.

I don’t know about the rest of the world but here in the US are stamps are ugly and cheesy. Would love to hear from people outside the US, especially in Europe, about the design quality of their current stamps.