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Icons of Graphic Design, Second Edition

by Steven Heller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0500287295, Paperback)

The impact of more than one hundred years of aesthetics, form, and content on developments in graphic communications.

This unique history of design, documenting over a century of creative brilliance, has now been brought into the twenty-first century. Showcasing the most influential designs and designers from 1900 to the present, this outstanding collection illustrates how the best ideas perpetuate themselves over time, one great concept inspiring the next.

More than one hundred seminal images—one from each year—are shown alongside the works that influenced their creation and the designs that were inspired or evolved from them. Examples include work from both famous and anonymous graphic artists from Toulouse-Lautrec to Milton Glaser and Art Chantry, visually juxtaposing each example to illustrate a theme or artistic device. 860 illustrations, 675 in color

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"More than one hundred seminal images - one from each year - are shown alongside the works that preceded their creation and the designs that were inspired or evolved from them. Examples include work by both famous and anonymous graphic artists from Toulouse-Lautrec and Milton Glaser to Peter Saville and Michel Gondry, visually juxtaposing each examples to reveal a theme or artistic device."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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