Irma Boom: Book manifest
In Book Manifest, Dutch designer Irma Boom presents her vision on the essence, meaning and relevance of the book. Based on the in-depth research that Boom conducted into the development of the book in the library of the Vatican. Book Manifest at...
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Karel Martens: Small prints
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Karel Martens: Small prints
This artist’s publication contains a sequence of unique letterpress monoprints, made by Dutch graphic designer Karel Martens between 2014 and 2022. The prints, which are both highly geometric and brightly coloured, are reproduced in the book at their actual size....
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Piero Portaluppi: Between tradition and the avant-garde
This volume is dedicated to Piero Portaluppi (1888-1967), a significant and recently rediscovered figure of Italian twentieth-century architecture. Long neglected by critics, his work has been revisited and rightly reappraised thanks to the opening of Villa Necchi in Milan to...
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La Syntaxe de l'image : Introduction à l'alphabétisation visuelle
Comment apprendre à lire les images ? Donis A. Dondis livre dans cet essai une approche précise et documentée des mécanismes à l’œuvre dans ce processus. Alors que la lecture d’une image semble relever du domaine de l’intuition, cette enseignante...
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Umberto Riva, designer
Umberto Riva developed a personal approach to design, understood as a fundamental part of a broader research that connects painting and architecture, interiors and objects. Lamps, furniture, carpets and graphic design resonate with paintings, installations, buildings, public spaces and domestic...
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Faire : Regarder le graphisme, volume 12 (n° 42-43-44-45)
Les numéros 42 à 45 de la revue critique consacrée au graphisme. nº 42 — 12 ou 13 choses que je sais d'elle : F.R.DAVID, Victoire Le Bars et Benjamin Thorelnº 43 — Un caractère : L'« écriture typographiée », Thierry Chancognenº 44 — Une énigme...
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Graphic design is (…) not innocent
This volume questions ingrained approaches, values and assumptions of graphic design in globalized societies. It aims to initiate a dialogue between designers, scholars, critics and commissioners, who investigate responsibilities, potentials, politics, limits and risks of designing visual communication. How innocent...
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