Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 2500 g
Dimensions: 240 x 295 x 41 mm
A typographic feast that showcases modern work, exploring his creative process along with his personal and artistic motivations.
Will become essential reading for anyone with an interest in the recent history of graphic design.
Typorama could be required design history reading, but its real value lies in [the] examples of the creative process. Will the lessons be lost on today's designers, who work in a nanosecond, nanobyte world? Will they want to spend the time that the volume demands? One can only hope the answer is yes.
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