2 Color Graphics: Unlimited Design Solutions

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Rockport Publishers, 2004 - Design - 192 pages
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Two-Color Graphics is the latest installment in Rockport's series that includes Minimal Graphics, Touch Graphics, Large Graphics, Small Graphics, and Color Graphics. Two-color graphics offer a range of effects from somber and elegant to edgy and bold. More importantly, they're inexpensive to print, which perhaps explains why two-color printing is so widely used. Despite its popularity, however, two-color printing has a stigma of looking cheap compared to four-color pieces. This book puts that myth to rest by showing how dynamic effects can be achieved with simple, inexpensive two-color printing. Besides its simplicity, it has a style all its own, which can convey sophistication, elegance, and integrity. Included is a "color finder" section designed to show readers a variety of color combinations for various projects. Each featured project is also shown in thumbnail size in 15 to 20 different two-color combinations.

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Templin Brink Design was launched in 1998 by Joel Templin and Gaby Brink. Their clients include AT&T, Pixar, Target Stores, Turner Classic Movies, 3com, American Eagle Outfitters, Levi Strauss & Co., Indian Motorcycles, Dockers Khakis, and Avaya. Templin Brink Design is based in San Francisco, California.

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