Inspiration:Wim Crouwel

In my first typography class at HFCC I watched the movie Helvetica and it was the first time I got introduce to Wim Crouwel. He is a Dutch designer that is most popular for creating the typeface “New Alphabet”in 1967. “New Alphabet only used horizontal and vertical stroke that liked like something an old computer screen would have on the screen. I think he’s a very cool designer I even did a page layout for him in a made up book for designers. you can view at this link. Savage_R


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