Editor: Per Mollerup Publisher: Phaidon Publication: 2004, Fifth Edition Binding: Softcover, section sewn Pages: 240 Size: 250 x 290 Text: English
(Publishers review) 'This groundbreaking tome embodies a rigorous exploration of the trademark: its history, development, style, classification and relevance in today's world. The book includes extensive discussion of its origins in heraldry, monograms, owner's marks and certificates of origins, and also contains a comprehensive taxonomy of trademarks and an alphabetical index of trademark themes.
An invaluable reference tool for design students and graphic designers, this book is packed with nearly 600 illustrations of both rare and instantly recognisable trademarks, logos, signs, advertisements, and the images that inspired them. A monumental volume with respect to the sphere of graphic design, this book is just as absorbing for anyone interested in any aspect of visual communication.'
Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing and minor scuffs to dust jacket, very small tear to head of spine. Please contact me for further information on condition.
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