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The Thames & Hudson dictionary of graphic design and designers / by
Call Number: Reference 1st floor NC997 .L54 2012
Publication Date: 2012
The interaction of words and images and the visual communication of ideas are an essential part of our daily lives. Created to inform, identify and promote, graphic design is at the heart of artistic development." "With over 200 new and updated entries, this reference work provides information about typographers, journals, movements and styles, organizations and schools, printers and private presses, art directors, technological advances, design studios, graphic illustrators and poster artists." "Extensive cross-references and a chronological chart outline the relationship between movements, technology and designers. With the advent of the Internet as a platform for design, marketing and advertising, and ever-improving technology pushing the boundaries of graphic design, this is a timely update to an essential guide, which remains a key book for students and professionals everywhere."--BOOK JACKET.