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How posters work

Author: Ellen Lupton
Publisher: New York, N.Y. Cooper Hewitt 2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How Posters Work is a book about how designers see. Featuring more than 330 illustrations, this primer in visual thinking shows the ways designers use principles of composition, perception, and storytelling to convey ideas and construct meaning. Presenting works by famous pioneers including Herbert Matter, Paul Rand, Paula Scher, Philippe Apeloig, and M/M (Paris), as well as rarely seen pieces by new and little-know  Read more...
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Named Person: Paula Scher; Paul Rand; Philippe Apeloig; Herbert Matter
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen Lupton
ISBN: 9780910503822 0910503826
OCLC Number: 949799876
Description: 221 p. ill.
Responsibility: Ellen Lupton [aut].

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The first book to analyse design strategies behind poster design. It explores principles of design through a range of historical and contemporary works, uncovering ideas relevant not just to the  Read more...

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It's a great spotlight into the history of the medium while offering fantastic and inspiration posters for creatives today.--The Editors "Tory Daily "

 
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