Type - No Boundaries, No Borders, No Limits

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Harper Collins, Mar 1, 2002 - Design - 184 pages
With the ever-increasing speed of global communication, trends and influences in design spread from continent to continent and from culture to culture at the click of a mouse. Ideas gain and lose momentum very rapidly; they are reshaped, filtered, or changed beyond recognition by processes of cross-fertilization that respect no national, cultural, or geographical boundaries.
Type: No Borders, No Boundaries, No Limits reflects this new reality, and celebrates the work of designers from all over the globe.
This matchless collection of recent work features some of the most original print and online design from diverse designers, studios, and colleges, encompassing commissions for blue chip corporations as well as for institutions and the creative industries.
With more than 350 illustrations of work in full color, this is an essential collection for designers and design students, wherever they are in the world.

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Contents

Section 1
20
Section 2
48
Section 3
52
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Roger L Walton was Director of the Wesley Study Centre, Durham, between 1999-2010 and William Leech Research Fellow at Durham University 2010-11. On 1 September 2011, he took up the post of Chair of the West Yorkshire Methodist District. He is the author of The Reflective Disciple (Epworth 2009, SCM 2012) and Learning for Ministry (Church House Publishing 2005) - a book jointly authored with Steve Croft.

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