Barnbrook Bible: The Graphic Design of Jonathan Barnbrook

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Room for Living, 2007 - Design - 325 pages
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A tour of the works of the highly regarded graphic designer explores his well-known and unpublished personal projects, offering insight into the thought processes and preparations leading up to his work, as well as the complex graphic and sociopolitical issues addressed by his designs.

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About the author (2007)

Jonathan Barnbrook founded his own design studio, Virus, in London in 1990 and quickly revolutionized the world of typography. His work has been exhibited at The Gagosian Gallery (NY), Museum of Contemporary Art (LA), White Cube (London) and Saatchi Galleries (London). He has won two D&AD Awards, the Epica Grand Prix, The Tokyo Type Director's Club Gold Prize, and the Art Director's Club of New York Best of Show Award.

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