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Graphic design in America : a visual language history

Author: Mildred S Friedman; Joseph Giovannini; Steven Heller; Walker Art Center.; et al
Publisher: Minneapolis : Walker Art Center ; New York : Abrams, 1989.
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Graphic design in America.
Minneapolis : Walker Art Center ; New York : Abrams, 1989
(OCoLC)551281790
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mildred S Friedman; Joseph Giovannini; Steven Heller; Walker Art Center.; et al
ISBN: 0810910365 9780810910362 0935640312 9780935640311
OCLC Number: 19351709
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition opening at Walker Art Center in Nov. 1989.
Includes index.
Description: 264 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Caroline Hightower --
Opening a history / Mildred Friedman --
A time line of American graphic design, 1829-1989 / Ellen Lupton and J. Abbott Miller --
Graphic art for the public welfare / Neil Harris --
Changing technology changes design / Estelle Jussim --
Design in the service of commerce / Maud Lavin --
Europeans in America / Lorraine Wild --
From the poster of protest to the poster of liberation / David Kunzle --
A zero degree of graphics / Joseph Giovannini --
Interviews with designers : Saul Bass, Aaron Burns, Matthew Carter, Ivan Chermayeff, Muriel Cooper, Milton Glaser, Richard and Robert Greenberg, April Greiman, Tibor Kalman, Alexander Liberman, Leo Lionni, Cipe Pineles, Paul Rand, Louis Silverstein, and Bradbury Thompson / Steven Heller.
Responsibility: foreword, Caroline Hightower ; introduction, Mildred Friedman ; essays, Joseph Giovannini ... [et al.] ; interviews, Steven Heller.
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