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Author : Stefan Sagmeister
ISBN : 0810905973
Genre : Design
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Stefan Sagmeister has been variously described as a genius, maniac, tactician, exhibitionist. This definitive volume of his work will allow readers to decide for themselves. With over 400 colour illustrations on easy to flip paper Sagmeister Made You Look features an array of the Austrian designer's work, including early theatre posters, grammy-nominated CD covers and the optical trickery and voodoo graphics that sent a low rumble through America's design profession.

Made You Look

Author : Stefan Sagmeister
ISBN : 387439770X
Genre : Commercial art
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Just as film, art, music, and literature have the power to move people, Stefan Sagmeister's innovative work shows that graphic design can also cut to the emotional core. Fully illustrated, with a red PVC slipcase, this monograph covers 20 years of his graphic design and features images from the studio archive as well as specific influences and reference points for his projects and ideas.

Designing Pornotopia

Author : Rick Poynor
ISBN : 1856694895
Genre : Commercial art
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Presents a collection of essays about visual culture, brands, billboards, magazines, architecture, tattoos and trends in cosmetic surgery. This book shows how commerce exploits the blurring of art and advertising, and paints a vivid, not always comfortable picture of where 21st century design culture is heading.

All Access

Author : Stefan Bucher
ISBN : 9781610601573
Genre : Design
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All Access takes a "before they were stars" look at twenty-five giants in the graphic design industry by juxtaposing an edited selection of the stars' greatest hits with their "pre-fame" work. Author Stefan Bucher showcases their visual history, the first pieces that made them stars, their transitional work, and the eventual breakthrough pieces that caused their names to be known around the world. Insightful text exploring mentors, education, and eureka moments complement this visual timeline illustrating the journey from struggling novice to master designer. In addition to the twenty-five giants, Bucher also profiles twenty of the most exciting upcoming design stars from around the globe. As with the masters, Bucher explores their road to early success, and showcases the work that is currently lifting these young designers into the spotlight. These are their early days, yet the work they are producing is groundbreaking and inspiring.


Author : Kenneth FitzGerald
ISBN : 9781616890902
Genre : Design
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Volume—a word that refers to sound, collections, and the measurement of space—is a crucial characteristic of both graphic design and popular music. While expressing different aspects of these two pervasive cultural mediums, the term also introduces a discussion on their many links. Volume: Writings on Graphic Design, Music, Art, and Culture is a collection of both new and classic writings by frequent Emigre contributor and educator Kenneth FitzGerald that survey the discipline of graphic design in context with the parallel creative fields of contemporary music and art. The topics of the writings are diverse: the roles of class in design, design education, Lester Bangs and Creem magazine, pornography, album cover art, independent record labels, anonymity and imaginary creative identities, and design as cultural chaos-maker.

Graphic Design Referenced

Author : Bryony Gomez-Palacio
ISBN : 9781592534470
Genre : Design
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A comprehensive guide to graphic design and print.

By Its Cover

Author : Ned Drew
ISBN : 1568984979
Genre : Design
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We all know we're not supposed to judge books by their covers, but the truth is that we do just that nearly every time we walk into a bookstore or pull a book off a tightly packed shelf. It's really not something we should be ashamed about, for it reinforces something we sincerely believe: design matters. At its best, book cover design is an art that transcends the publisher's commercial imperativesto reflect both an author's ideas and contemporary cultural values in a vital, intelligent, and beautiful way. In this groundbreaking and lavishly illustrated history, authors Ned Drew and Paul Sternberger establish American book cover design as a tradition of sophisticated, visual excellence that has put shape to our literary landscape. By Its Cover traces the story of the American book cover from its inception as a means of utilitarian protection for the book to its current status as an elaborately produced form of communication art. It is, at once, the intertwined story of American graphic design and American literature, and features the work of such legendary figures as Rockwell Kent, E. McKnight Kauffer, Paul Rand, Alvin Lustig, Rudy deHarak, and Roy Kuhlman along with more recent and contemporary innovators including Push Pin Studios, Chermayeff & Geismar, Karen Goldberg, Chip Kidd, and John Gall.


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Genre : Graphic arts
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Genre : Commercial art
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