Graphic Design Time Line: A Century of Design Milestones

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Allworth Press, 2000 - Design - 259 pages
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"Enhanced by hundreds of period illustrations, Graphic Design Time Line is also a desk reference, putting the major and minor developments of the field at every reader's fingertips. Those pursuing serious research, as well as those who are merely curious, will discover when influential designers were born (or died), the timeframes of important twentieth-century art movements, the dates of catchy advertising campaigns, the points at which technological revolutions occurred, and the exact instant that their favorite junk food was invented."--BOOK JACKET.

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Steven Heller is the art director of the New York Times Book Review and co-chair of the M.F.A. design program at the School of Visual Arts.

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