100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design

100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design

Book - 2012
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The aim of this book is to determine, define, discuss, and illustrate the big ideas that created the critical mass that produced the art and craft of contemporary graphic design.
Publisher: London : Laurence King Publishing Ltd. c2012.
ISBN: 9781856697941
1856697940
Branch Call Number: 741.6 HEL
Characteristics: 216 p. : ill. (chiefly color) ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Vienne, Véronique

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Mar 04, 2018

An interesting survey demonstrating techniques in graphic design that have been adopted and changed over the past 200 years. Particularly interesting, and what I found enlightening, is the number of techniques and style from Bolshevik propaganda that have been widely adopoted. Worth a look, certainly.

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VRMurphy
Jul 09, 2013

Terrific illustrations (would be fairly sad if this book failed in that regard) and jargon-free one-page explanations for why each was an important idea. Makes you look at things like ads, magazine covers, dust jackets, etc. from a different perspective.

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