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Now available in paperback, Choosing and Using Paper for Great Graphic Design remains the comprehensive resource for every designer working with paper.
Showcasing the very best in paper-focused designs, it gathers all the information needed for planning and executing a project in paper, from fold styles to paper sizes, binding techniques to packaging.
Music, art, fashion and product design all feature, demonstrating the warmth and versatility of paper. Paper and print techniques remain at the heart of many graphic-design projects. From glossy corporate brochure to gritty fanzine, paper is the default medium.
It is also a source of inspiration: design ideas and solutions can come from the qualities of a particular paper or from an innovative printing or finishing technique.
This indispensable source book is a treasure trove of design gems and inspiration.
About the Authors
Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire are the directors of Absolute Zero Degrees, a multidisciplinary agency designing corporate identities, packaging, books, wallpaper, and interiors accessories. They are the co-authors of the Communicating with Pattern series and DemoGraphics: Packaging.
Format: Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st March 2011
Country of Publication: CH
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 23.0