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Lance Wyman: Process. A proposal for the 1976 USA Bicentennial identity [Unit 41]

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Editors: Mark Sinclair, Tony Brook
Publisher: Unit Editions, London
Publication: 2018, First Edition (Limited to 2000)
Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound
Pages: 176
Size: 210 x 280
Text: English
Design: Spin, London

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(Publishers review) 'This book is a near facsimile of the one-off, leather-bound ‘sketchbook’ (shown left) that Lance Wyman made to catalogue his design process for the creation of a logo and graphic identity for the 1976 USA Bicentennial celebrations to mark the creation of the USA as an independent republic.

It’s a record of the creative process that Wyman went through to arrive at a refined and workable solution. It’s rare for designers to reveal so much of their inner workings, and even rarer for it to be documented with this degree of thoroughness. But Lance Wyman is no ordinary designer...' (source)

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