Apples & oranges 01: best Dutch graphic design, Volume 1

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BIS, Jan 1, 2001 - Design - 176 pages
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Apples & Oranges is an exciting new annual that will feature the most outstanding graphic design created in The Netherlands. The Dutch are amongst the world's most progressive graphic designers and are often referred to as masters of typography. Enthusiasm for form, inventive use of image and humor are all clearly evident in this brilliant selection of posters, logos, corporate identity programs, book and magazine design, postage stamps, flyers, typefaces, packaging web-sites, and more. The editorial selection committee, which included Nikki Gonnnissen of Thonik and Willem Velthoven of Mediamatic, chose works for their superior design quality, innovative use of materials and media. There are three introductory essays, one of which focuses on the hottest new trends in Dutch Graphic Design.

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Inleiding
4
Het werk The Work
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Jaaroverzicht
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