Fresh Ideas in Corporate Identity
The Fresh Ideas series shows the innovative, quality work being done in graphic design today. Each book features work from various designers and studios, reproduced large and in full color. Beyond inspiration, readers will find inside information on each project -- including concept, production techniques, cost-saying strategies and, often, costs.
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Nonprofit Identities San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art Ballet West
LowBudget Identities The Republic of Tea Speedway Cafe TheWeller
Medical Identities Pathogenesis Perinatal Associates The Brooklyn
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