The Netherlands has produced some of this century’s most influential graphic design. The country has nurtured outstanding individual talents, including Theo van Doesburg, Piet Zwart, Jan van Toorn and Gert Dumbar, and is also known for a strong tradition of enlightened clients such as the Dutch PTT and government departments. The first comprehensive survey of its kind, Dutch Graphic Design provides a richly illustrated overview of this distinguished history. From Art Nouveau graphics to the contemporary avant-garde, the book presents a feast of visual imagery. It has rapidly established itself as the definitive guide to a subject of interest to all graphic designers and design historians.