Editor: Bob Gill Publisher: Watson Guptill, New York Publication: 1985, Paperback Edition Binding: Perfect-bound Pages: 168 Size: 210 x 280 Text: English
(Preface) 'Forget how good design is supposed to look. What you think is good design, is what other designers think is good design too. That's why design is in a rut. And that's not good. That's boring. This book is about how to get out of that rut; how to take an ordinary graphic problem and turn it into an original graphic solution. The 146 examples of the wit and imagination of Gill's solutions to the graphic problems in this unique collection are remarkable. But the most remarkable thing is that although 30 years of his work is represented here, you won't be able to tell Gill's early designs from his most recent ones.'
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