Damn Good: Top Designers Discuss Their All-Time Favorite Projects

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HOW Books, Mar 19, 2012 - Design - 199 pages
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Top Graphic Designers Share Their All-Time Best Work

Brimming with inspiration, "Damn Good" highlights the favorite work of designers around the globe, showcasing their best, most passionate projects.

This unique and diverse collection challenges the status quo and typical industry boundaries, and also contains the stories behind the work-in the words of the creative teams who designed them.

"Damn Good" features a bold range of design work, spanning 35 countries and multiple disciplines, including print design, logo design, identity design, package design, interactive design, and more.

Featuring Work From: DEUTSCH DESIGN WORKSDEVICEFUSEPROJECTGRIP DESIGNHATCH DESIGNID29MODERN DOG DESIGN CO.MOXIE SOZOOGILVYRICKABAUGH GRAPHICSSTEFAN BUCHERSTUDIOFLUIDVOLUME, INC.WALLACE CHURCH

 

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Tim Lapetino is a brand strategist, designer and writer who has collected nuggets of insight in his lifelong design journey. Passionate about the power of design and branding, Tim believes in crafting design solutions with immediacy, emotional connection, and exquisite craft. He also enjoys action figures, baseball statistical analysis, and discussing the deeper issues of graphic design. He currently serves as Adjunct Faculty at Chicago Portfolio School and on the AIGA Chicago Board of Directors as Co-Development Chair.

Jason Adam is a fine artist and designer with over ten years experience solving the world's communication problems through print and web. Jason's work can be loud, fluid and simultaneously moving, and his commitment to excellent design and art direction is only rivaled by his think-outside-the-rhombus outlook. He chases after trends, hunts them down, and distills their essence into a fragrance he bottles and sells in Paris for $856/oz. Jason is currently serving as Programming Chair for AIGA Los Angeles.

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