Interview with Graphic Designer Wim Crouwel
Interview with Dutch graphic designer and typographer Wim Crouwel at Galerie Anatome in Paris, 02/2007.
Wim Crouwel, born in 1928 in Groningen, Netherlands, is a Dutch graphic designer and typographer. He is known for his posters and exhibition design for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Crouwel has designed several font sets, of which the New Alphabet (1967) is best known. New Alphabet is a highly abstract font, based on a dot-matrix system. Crouwel intended it to be easily read by computers.