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Following on from the best-selling A Century of Design, this innovative new title by design expert Jeremy Aynsley offers a comprehensive, stylish guide to the most significant themes and genres in graphic design during the 20th century, from the innovative posters of Will Bradley and Henry van de Velde to the digital graphics of Neville Brody and Sheila Levrant de Bretteville. Organized chronologically, this unique overview examines the work of major designers, studios and movements, and explains how, throughout the century, technology has promoted design change and offered designers new creative avenues to explore. A Century of Graphic Design is a vital survey of the development of twentieth-century graphic design, with an accessible, appealing approach, and as an in-depth review of the most influential graphic designers of the century, A Century of Graphic Design is an invaluable sourcebook for both students and graphic design enthusiasts alike.
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Jeremy Aynsley is Senior Tutor in History of Design at the Royal College of Art, London, and a respected authority on twentieth-century graphic design. His publications include German Graphic Design, 1890-1950 and Nationalism and Internationalism, and he has written for Eye, Print Quarterly and Journal of Design History. As well as having served on the editorial boards of Journal of Design and Art History Jeremy Aynsley has curated several design exhibitions, notably at the Royal Festival Hall and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and is the curator of the forthcoming exhibition in the USA, Designs to Print: German Graphic Design, 1890-1940. The author lives in Lewes, UK.
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Descrizione libro Mitchell Beazley, 2001. Hardcover. Condizione: New. New. Codice articolo 0208I4J727I