Editor: Marc Valli, Richard Brereton Publisher: ACTAR Publication: 2010, First Edition Binding: Softcover, section sewn Pages: 288 Size: 240 x 300 Text: English
(Preface) 'Is there such a thing as British graphic design? There is certainly a lot of it: from the high degree of sophistication, erudition and conceptualisation of London-based practitioners such as Mark Farrow, Browns, Bibliothéque, Studio8, Sea, Spin, Proud Collective, NB Studio, Shaz Madani and William Hall, to the relentless visual experimentation of image-makers such as Build, Ehquestionmark, Universal Everything, Julian House, Family, Hellovon, James Joyce, Tom Hingston, Me Company, Village Green, Yes and Studio Output, not mention the wonderfully eclectic work of hopelessly cosmopolitan entities such as Winkreative. Non-Format, Fuel, Tomato, Matt Dent, F@33 and the designers under the Pentagram umbrella, whose sophisticated internationalism is typified in the work of Domenic Lippa & Angus Hylond. Put all these types together and vou get a heady mix. So what happened to British graphics in the last few years? Who did what? With whom? When? Where? Open this book. Find out.'
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