Designed by David Carson, this book assembles his recent work, along with that of his students and friends. The sequel to "The End of Print", it experiments with intuition and how it affects the design process. Carson deconstructs conventional print by imposing "chance" on his subjects: art, fashion, photography and music. Both the work and the commentary are immersed within the design of each spread, making the book both a graphic object and an introduction to a way of seeing.
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David Carson is a graphic designer living in New York City. Newsweek said he "changed the public face of graphic design."
Lewis Blackwell is the publisher and editor of Creative Review magazine in London, and the author of 20th Century Type, as well as The End of Print.
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Book Description Laurence King Publishing, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111856691217