Carel Kuitenbrouwer

Recent articles by Carel Kuitenbrouwer

A monument made of money

Issue 24, Spring 1997


It came in a cardboard box of about a cubic foot, containing a smaller, rather…

The new sobriety [extract]

Issue 17, Summer 1995


During the 1980s the Netherlands looked like a graphic designer\'s heaven. Government subsidies allowed cultural work to flourish. Commercial clients backed experimentation seemingly without question. But the 1990s finds young Dutch designers beating a retreat.

Reputations: Anthon Beeke

Issue 13, Summer 1994


‘I don’t think I could have come out on the streets with these posters in Berlin, Paris, or London – not to mention America’

Putting design’s house in order

Issue 11, Winter 1993


Once every six years, the three international federations of industrial, graphic and interior designers stage an…