Forget All the Rules You Ever Learned About Graphic Design: Including the Ones in This Book

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Crown Publishing Group, Apr 1, 1981 - Art - 167 pages
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I read this great book in the 80s when it was first published. It improved my creative thinking process and showed me a new way to look at designing challenges. All I can say is WOW!
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Ah, so refreshing to read a book that shows graphic design instead of just talking about it. Very simple explanations of different design "problems" and how they were solved. I will never be this ... Read full review

Contents

The problem is the problem
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Interesting words need boring graphics
13
Think first Then draw
21
Copyright

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Bob Gill is the coauthor of the acclaimed "Pro Football Encyclopedia". He is an editor at "The Capital" in Annapolis, Maryland.

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