Dutch design


Dutch design is design from The Netherlands or which adheres to the Dutch style of design.

This book was published on the occasion of the opening of Typotheque’s solo exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Den Haag.
Fourth edition of much anticipated book presenting almost 60 years of the work of Karel Martens.
A long-awaited reprint of the 2004 book ‘Dutch Type’, a comprehensive overview of type design and lettering in the Netherlands from the 15th to the 20th centuries
Theory of Type Design consists of 24 short chapters describing different aspects of type design, from how our eyes and brain process letterforms to their power of expression.
Bram de Does has conducted extended research into the endless combinations of patterns, ornaments, and borders.
A definite monograph about Wim Crouwel going into great depth to understand the methodology of one of the greatest minds in modern graphic design.
A publication documenting almost two decades of graphic design practice of Experimental Jetset.
This book contains two essays by the Dutch typographer and type designer Bram de Does on the development of his two typefaces Trinité and Lexicon.
This miniature book contains a complete overview of Irma Boom’s oeuvre, with commentary in 800 pages.