Architype Van Doesburg
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About Architype Van Doesburg
Architype Van Doesburg is part of the Architype Konstrukt collection. A set of avant garde typefaces deriving mainly from the work of artists and designers of the inter-war years, whose ideals have helped to shape the design philosophies of the modernist movement in Europe. Due to their experimental nature character sets may be limited.
Architype Van Doesburg derives from the 1919 experimental geometric alphabet by Theo Van Doesburg, whose work was heavily influenced by De Stijl theories, specifically rectangularity. The typeface has been constructed on the same 5 x 5 grid, and the character set is limited by his ‘single alphabet’ theory.