The origins of web brutalism
Brutalist architecture is unconcerned about looking attractive, and it’s this – as well as the idea that brutalism was conceived as a reaction to the more frivolous architecture of the 1930s and ’40s – that led Pascal Deville, co-founder and creative director of Freundliche Grüsse to co-opt the term.
Deville has been curating Brutalistwebsites.com, where he gathers sites that fit in with his ideas of web brutalism and interviews their creators. “It serves as an inspirational platform for young designers,” he says, “I want to give back to the community.”
Today, I found a weird thing on the homepage screen…hope it’s just a joke.
Home page: Brutalist Websites