New poster art
Thames & Hudson, May 27, 2008 - Antiques & Collectibles - 239 pages
Showcases over 200 of the best, most creative, and most striking international posters of recent times. Even today, among the ever-increasing welter of digital media and abundance of images, the poster remains a key means of disseminating information and an important medium for designers' artistic expression. But how does a designer transform a blank piece of paper into a seductive image? Are there any abiding principles, or--as it sometimes seems--does anything go? The works featured in "New Poster Art" have been created by the world's most prominent designers, and the majority come from the past fifteen years. As is clear from these pages, posters have become a testing ground for artistic innovation, boasting breathtaking levels of conceptual and visual experimentation and skill. Featuring work by Bose, Brade, Morla, Pesce, Sagmeister, Tartakove, Troxler, and many more, the book proves that the poster is still a major form of graphic communication.
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New Masters of Poster Design: Poster Design for the Next Century, Volume 1
Limited preview - 2006
Academy of Art advertising Alexander Gelman Amsterdam Art and Design artist Award Berlin Bob van Dijk Bohatsch Book Design Brno Chaumont China clients colour corporate design creative cultural design studio Dutch exhibition poster Feseke Film freelance Gallery Germany Born graduated Graphic Arts graphic design Hague Helmut Brade Henning Wagenbreth Hong Kong Icograda illustration International Poster Biennale International Poster Exhibition Iran Iranian Graphic Design Irma Boom Japan Jennifer Morla Koeweiden Lahti lectures magazine Mexico MoMA Munich Museum fur Gestaltung Music MUSICA VIVA Netherlands Netherlands Born Niijima Osaka Paris Paula Scher Peter Bilak Philippe Apeloig photography Poster Biennial poster design Poster Festival Prize published Reza Abedini Ronald Curchod Sagmeister School of Design solo exhibition Stefan Sagmeister studied graphic design Switzerland Switzerland Born Tehran Tehran University theatre poster Tokyo Type Directors Club typography University of Art visual communication Warsaw workshops XX XX XX XXXXX XX xxxx York Zurich