This rare first edition of Rand’s Thoughts on Design was published in 1947. This book is one of graphic design’s seminal texts. Through his writing and images of his work, Rand makes a convincing argument for the importance of seamlessly integrating form and function in any design. His work and philosophy have been major influences to contemporary designers, including Apple's Jonathan Ive and Pentagram’s Michael Bierut.
Designer: Paul Rand
Publisher: Wittenborn and Company
Language: English, French, Spanich
Size: 8.6 × 10.5" / 218 × 267 mm
Binding: Hardcover with jacket