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Graphic style : from Victorian to digital

Author: Steven Heller; Seymour Chwast
Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : New edView all editions and formats
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"Graphic Style is the book to consult for an overview of graphic design styles from the industrial era onward. Heller and Chwast offer the reader a quick appreciation of every significant trend from Art Nouveau to Neo-Modern. Each succinct section is wonderfully illustrated with examples of graphic design that convey the essence of each movement. Now, in an expanded edition with over 700 illustrations, this  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Heller; Seymour Chwast
ISBN: 0810929848 9780810929845
OCLC Number: 44969561
Description: 263 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
Contents: Victorian: British ; American ; French --
Arts and crafts: British ; American --
Art Nouveau: French/Belgian ; Jugendstil ; Glasgow style ; Vienna Secession ; American ; Italian --
Early Modern: Plakatstil ; Weiner Werkstätte --
Expressionism: German --
Modern: Futurism ; Vorticism ; Constructivism ; De Stijl ; Bauhaus ; New typography --
Art Deco: French ; German ; Swiss ; Eastern European ; Italian ; English ; American ; Streamline ; Dutch --
Dada --
Heroic realism --
Late modern: Swiss ; English ; American ; Swiss International Style ; Corporate style ; Revival ; Eclectic ; Polish ; Psychedelic ; Japanese --
Post-Modern: Memphis/Basel/Zurich --
American New Wave --
American Punk --
American Post-Modern ; European New Wave ; Digital: Deconstruction ; Emigre ; Fontism ; Controlled Chaos ; Rave ; Kinetics ; New Simplicity.
Responsibility: Steven Heller & Seymour Chwast.

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"Graphic Style is the book to consult for an overview of graphic design styles from the industrial era onward. Heller and Chwast offer the reader a quick appreciation of every significant trend from Art Nouveau to Neo-Modern. Each succinct section is wonderfully illustrated with examples of graphic design that convey the essence of each movement. Now, in an expanded edition with over 700 illustrations, this essential design compendium takes us up to the present day. In a new section on the digital era, the authors shed light on the diversity of the 1990s, covering everything from the rise of Emigre magazine and typocentric design to the impact of club culture and the Internet."--BOOK JACKET.

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