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I don't know where I am going, but I want to be there

• With inspirational visual rhymes between new graphic design work and iconic historial work
• Contains essays on new directions in design by American writers like Victor Margolin, Micah White and David Stairs
• Book comes in a slipcase
  • Author: Sophie Krier, Marjolijn Ruyg and Minke Kampman 
  • Paperback 
  • 168 pages 
  • 25 x 17.5 cm 
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Sophie Krier, Marjolijn Ruyg and Minke Kampman
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This book shows the expanding field of Graphic design from 1900 right through 2020. It showcases visual rhymes between the versatile medium-independent visual production of today with historical counterparts that connect on the level of breakthrough insights and methods of working with the current visual works of the forerunners of graphic design.

Besides these visual rhymes the book offers text contributions by international authors who sketch a picture of the new fields of creativity that graphic designers will explore in the coming decade.




''Strong and plentiful examples". - Design Week




ISBN: 978 90 6369 257 5
Notes: Edited by Sophie Krier, Marjolijn Ruyg and Minke Kampman.
Format: paperback
Dimensions: 25 x 17.5 cm
Pages: 168