Title: Design Quarterly [dq] 145 HATS
Publisher: Cambridge, MA and London: MIT Press for the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1989
Publication Date: 1989
Binding: Soft cover
32 p., soft cover. "This issue of Design Quarterly is not about hats. It's about hats as a metaphor for unites of information," according to Richard Saul Wurman, creative director for this issue of the journal. Wurman is/was an architect, urban planner, writer, teacher, exhibit designer, and publisher, who "devoted much of his career to making various kinds of visual information understandable through his inventive design of maps and guides." Nathan Shedroff served as project director for the issue. The illustrations, maps, and charts, whether in black-and-white or full color, are fascinating. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 62083dq
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