The Graphic Design Bible

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As visually compelling as it is packed with information, this handbook to the fundamentals of graphic design covers the history and theory of graphic design from the past 150 years.

Covering the broad subjects of history, theory, practice, typography, and media, The Graphic Design Bible also dives into specific topics—from Bauhaus to digital design; Gestalt theory to kitsch; social protest movements to social media. It explores the building blocks of design as well as leading-edge tools and techniques. Each topic is presented in eye-catching spreads that feature numerous illustrative examples, insightful quotations, and suggestions for further reading.

Whether they’re just starting out or looking to invigorate an established practice, graphic professionals and students of all stripes will find a bounty of information and inspiration in this essential guide.

Written by Theo Inglis. Published by Prestel in 2023. Hardcover, measures 8.1 x 6.6 x 1.1 inches, 320 pages. ISBN 9783791389905

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