Graphic Style: From Victorian to Digital

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Harry N. Abrams, Mar 1, 2001 - Design - 263 pages
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The book to consult for an overview of graphic design styles from the industrial era onward. A quick appreciation of every significant trend from Art Nouveau to Neo-Modern. Now, in an expanded edition with over 700 illustrations, this essential design compendium takes us up to the present day. A new section on the digital era covers everything from typocentric design to the impact of club culture and the Internet.

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A minimum of words, a profusion of picturesand the result is a book on graphic style that is itself an expression of graphic style. This work examines printed communication as a reflection and often a ... Read full review

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Steven Heller is senior Art Director for the New York Times & author of over seventy books on art, culture, & design. He lives in New York City.

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