Striking The Eye: An Interview With Wim Crouwel

Dutch designer Wim Crouwel’s New Alphabet type was devised with no curves or diagonal lines – in 1967
Throughout this month, we have been following the activities of design studio Build. On 28 June, Michael and Nicola Place, who make up Build, travelled to Dublin for a screening of Helvetica, followed by a panel discusssion and talk by Wim Crouwel. The following morning Build caught up with Crouwel to conduct the following interview for CR…

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