Title: Graphics Alive
Publisher: Victionary, U.S.A.
Publication Date: 2006
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Fold/ding on front bottom cover and some marks on bottom front cover. Otherwise excellent. Bookseller Inventory # 000708
Synopsis: Graphics envelope us as we go about our daily lives and act almost as a living medium through which we define and extend our personas. From the clothes we wear to the walls we sleep within to the accessories and household items we use, graphics are adaptable elements that are fully integrated with our lives, Graphics Alive urges the reader to ponder this omnipresence of graphics around us.
From big to small this book surveys a wide spectrum of projects encompassing all design discipline.
Contributors include: Chillichilly, eBoy, fuseproject, House Industries, Jeremyville, Klaus Happaniemi, Naughtyfish, Rinzen, Viagrafik, Zedz and many more.
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Store Description: Otis College of Art & Design, formerly Otis Art Institute and Otis/Parsons, has been in existence in Los Angeles since 1917. The mission of the library has changed over the past 30 years and we no longer need many of the items in our Special Collections. We intend to offer a few hundred legally deaccessioned items to raise funds to purchase more appropriate books for our patrons.