• Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna
  • Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions
Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.
Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   
Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  
-Jinna

Jurriaan Schrofer reprint by Unit Editions

Yesterday, I hinted to Terry that I wanted a Jurriaan Schrofer book by Unit Editions.  I love this reprint.

Schrofer was a Dutch graphic designer (1926-90) who was a pioneer of corporate identity.  He was also an art director of the architectural magazine Forum.  Described as a ‘computer-designer before the computer’, his work has the midcentury elegance of modern interpretation.   

Among my favorite designers I’ve mentioned in past articles, like Manfred Mohr and contemporary designer, Marc Nagtzaam, I would definitely add this to my inspiration library.  

-Jinna

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