Outsize: Large Scale Graphic Design

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RotoVision, 2003 - Design - 159 pages
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Outsize is the book for graphic designers needing to make their client's message stand out, but it is also of obvious appeal to those interested in the subject who can learn from the techniques of large scale design. Large scale graphics are strongly influenced by their context - where they're placed, how they interact with those who will view them, how suitable they are for the environment. The book explores and explains these factors so the designer's work will have far greater effect. It guides the reader through the potential pitfalls and hazards of using non-standard substrates such as brick glass or vinyls, and highlights issues of weatherproofing and structural properties. It also contains handy hints on managing the process, as well as collaborations with those in related fields such as product designers, sign painters, engineers and architects with its huge global range of contemporary examples. Outsize is both inspiration and information for 2-D and 3-D designers in all disciplines.

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Foges is the editor of Graphics International and author.

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