GB: graphic Britain

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fivedegreesbelowzero Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Design - 208 pages
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There is a new generation of graphic innovators based in the United Kingdom who are winning international acclaim and attracting clients worldwide. This book is the first to gather together these rising stars in one definitive guide to the coolest work on the British graphics scene. Visually explosive, the book contains examples of all areas of graphic communication such as web design, typography, posters, editorial design, advertising, video and animation. the work inside features designer groups including Blue Source, Danny Brown, Bump, Digit, Tom Hingston, Less Rain, Run Wrake, Spiin and Shynola. Patrick Burgoyne is the editor of Creative Review, a UK-based magazine and author of Surf/Skate/Snow Graphics and FC Football Graphics. He's also a co-author of three books with Liz Faber - Browser: the Internet Design Project, Reload: Browser 2.0 and Used: Browser 3.0.

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
11
Section 3
20

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About the author (2003)

Patrick Burgoyne is Editor of Creative Review magazine. He is the co-author of" The Internet Design Project" and "The New Internet Design Project: Reloaded."
Liz Faber is CD-Rom Producer and Staff Writer for Creative Review magazine. Her previous books are "Replay: Ultimate Games Graphics, The Internet Design Project "and "The New Internet Design Project: Reloaded."

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