Dietwee: new Dutch graphic design

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BIS Publishers, 2002 - Design - 167 pages
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Second in a new series of monographs that will be devoted to the most successful young designers in the Netherlands. The agency Dietwee began its life producing party flyers and annual reports--two totally disparate tools of communication. From that unusual mix they have developed a style that is both unique and powerful and has won them an interesting and diverse range of corporate and cultural clients. This agency specializes in the fields of corporate identity and corporate communication and is renowned for its innovative website designs. These are designers who fully understand the power of graphic language and how to exploit it creatively. They are driven by a philosophy of constant renewal and always strive to avoid the use of stylistic recipes. A collection of exciting, clever and mischievous new graphic design ideas.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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