The History of Graphic Design Vol 2: 1960-Today

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This second volume rounds off our in-depth exploration of graphic design, spanning from the 1960s until today. About 3,500 seminal designs from across the globe guide us in this visual map through contemporary history, from the establishment of the International Style to the rise of the groundbreaking digital age. Around 80 key pieces go under the microscope in detailed analyses besides 118 biographies of the era’s most important designers, including Massimo Vignelli (New York subway wayfinding system), Otl Aicher (Lufthansa identity), Paula Scher (Citibank brand identity), Neville Brody (The Facemagazine), Kashiwa Sato (Uniqlo brand identity), and Stefan Sagmeister (handwriting posters).

Designer: Jens Müller and Julius Wiedemann
Publisher: Taschen
Language: English
Size: 9.7 × 14.6" / 246 × 370 mm
Pages: 480
Publication: 2017 
Binding: Hardcover