Graphic Design + Architecture:
A 20th-Century History
Graphic Design + Architecture: A 20th-Century History is the first publication of its kind to provide a comprehensive historical overview of the unique pairing of these two disciplines.
Richard Poulin deftly discusses the relationship between typography, image, symbol, and visual storytelling in the modern world by exploring principal themes, major technical developments, important manufacturers, and pioneering designers over the last hundred years. He places the union of graphic design and architecture in the context of artistic, social, and cultural movements and influences of the twentieth century.
A comprehensive and invaluable publication, Graphic Design + Architecture provides narrative and visual references that richly illustrate this unique and often overlooked creative union.
272 pages / 300 color photos / hardbound / ISBN: 978-1-59253-779-2
Price: $ 55.00