La guía digital completa para el diseñador gráfico
Bob Gordon, Maggie Gordon | 2005 | 224 pages | English | PDF | 63 MB
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* Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
* Number Of Pages: 160
* Publication Date: 2005-09-01
* Sales Rank: 13981
* ISBN / ASIN: 1568985592
* EAN: 9781568985596
Designers are quick to tell us about their sources of inspiration, but they are much less willing to reveal such critical matters as how to find work, how much they charge, and what to do when a client rejects three weeks of work and refuses to pay the bill. How to be a graphic designer without losing your soul addresses the concerns of young designers who want to earn a living by doing expressive and meaningful work, and who want to avoid becoming hired drones working on soulless projects. Written by a designer for designers, it combines practical advice with philosophical guidance to help young professionals embark on their careers.
How should designers manage the creative process? What’s the first step in the successful interpretation of a brief? How do you generate ideas when everything just seems blank? How to be a graphic designer offers clear, concise guidance for these questions, along with focused, no-nonsense strategies for setting up, running, and promoting a studio, finding work, and collaborating with clients.
The book also includes inspiring interviews with ten leading designers, including Rudy VanderLans (Emigre), John Warwicker (Tomato), Neville Brody (Research Studios), and Andy Cruz (House Industries). All told, How to be a graphic designer covers just about every aspect of the profession, and stands as an indispensable guide for any young designer.
* Publisher: Mitchell Beazley
* Number Of Pages: 256
* Publication Date: 2005-10-15
* ISBN-10 / ASIN: 184000939X
* ISBN-13 / EAN: 9781840009392
* Binding: Paperback
Graphic Design Pioneers of the 20th Century
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley | Number Of Pages: 256 | Publication Date: 2001
ISBN / ASIN: 1840003480 | Size 45.95 MB
The twentieth century was a landmark era in graphic design, the art that combines words with graphic images on posters, book and magazine covers, record jackets, billboards, and other print advertising and publicity media. This visually magnificent and factually informative volume tells the story of graphic design, then gives separate illustrated thumbnail biographies of more than 100 of the most influential and internationally known designers of the past 100 years. From the century’s early decades we find artists’ profiles and reproductions from the studios of Peter Behrens, Alexander Rodchenko, the Bauhaus, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, a sampling of Art Deco, and much more. Examples of Mid-Century Modern include Lester Beall, Yusaku Kamekura, and jazz record covers from various sources. The Pop and Alternative Art eras gave us psychedelic graphics, militant socialist posters from Cuba, and the dramatic typographic designs of Herb Lubalin. Design in the Digital Era has included work by David Carson, Javier Mariscal, Eiko Ishioka, and many others. All illustrations are perfectly reproduced on high quality paper. The text was written by Jeremy Aynsley, an internationally recognized authority in the art of graphic design. Approximately 450 brilliant full-color photos and illustrations.
* Publisher: Rockport Publishers
* Number Of Pages: 272
* Publication Date: 2004-10-01
* ISBN / ASIN: 1592530478
* EAN: 9781592530472
The Best of Newspaper Design: 25th Edition, part of Rockport’s highly respected series, presents the winning entries from the Society for News Design’s 2003 competition. Featuring work selected by a panel of judges from more than 14,000 international publication entries, this inspirational volume sets the bar for excellence in journalistic design. Bold, full-color layouts feature the best-of-the-best in news, features, portfolios, visuals, and more, and each entry is accompanied by insightful commentary on the elements that made the piece a standout winner. Every industry professional aspires to one day see his or her work in this book.
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