Editor: Ken Garland Publisher: University of Reading Publication: 1996, First Edition Binding: Softcover, perfect-bound Pages: 158 Size: 210 x 280 Text: English
(Foreword) 'This book presents a kaleidoscopic view of graphic design as seen through the eyes of one of its leading exponents and thinkers over the last few decades. It is kaleidoscopic not only because it reveals many varied facets of the field, but also because it does so in a vivid and colourful way. If Ken Garland had not been a graphic designer he would surely have found a niche for himself as a writer. Fortunately, from the outset of his successful career he has found the time to commit his knowledge, experiences, views, and feelings to paper. This book, a distillation from a much larger body of his writing, offers its readers an opportunity to obtain an insight into the issues of the day from someone who had a finger in almost every wholesome design pie from - or so it seems - an indecently early age.'
Condition: Fine/Near Fine. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing to cover.
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