Poster Journeys: Abram Games and London Transport” offers a unique insight into the brilliant mind of Abram Games and showcases his iconic poster designs. With rarely seen sketches and a comprehensive exploration of his working methods, this book is a must-have for design enthusiasts, history aficionados, and art lovers alike.
dd a vibrant touch to your space with the Keith Haring Posters Dance Figures Wall Decor Art Print. This unframed 8” x 10” art print showcases Haring’s iconic graffiti-inspired Dance Figures in a burst of multicolor energy. Explore the legacy of the renowned artist and bring a piece of art history into your home. Made with high-quality printing and durable materials, this versatile poster is perfect for any room. It also makes a thoughtful gift for art enthusiasts. Order your Keith Haring Posters Dance Figures Art Print today and let your walls come alive with creativity and inspiration.
Branding: In Five and a Half Steps
by Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson is one of the world’s best brand consultants and graphic designers. His book, Branding, looks at every step of the development process needed to make the most straightforward and most immediately appealing brands. It has more than 1,000 illustrations of the world’s most successful corporate identities.
Back in 1968, Danish design student Susanne Koefoed developed the International Access Symbol and as ubiquitous as it became, there is a passivity to the design that is arguably addressed by the latest Accessible Icon. With its own emoji and increasing acceptance across the globe, the new symbol started as a street art project in the Boston area that tackled stereotypes of disability and the built environment.
In the turbulent days of May 1968 in Paris, a group of artists calling themselves the Atelier Populaire created posters that were vital in spreading the call to unite student and workers. The propaganda of the French revolt was fed by immediate pressures. The day by day events – the disruption of classes at Nanterre University led by Daniel Cohn-Bendit, the supporting student demonstrations in Paris, the police invasion of the Sorbonne and its occupation by students, the barricades, and the government’s reaction and referendum…
Logos That Last is a book that shares the unique creative process of graphic designer Allan Peters, who has designed hundreds of logos for top brands and personal passion projects. It includes detailed case studies, tips for creating outstanding logos, strategies for extending logos into brand systems, and advice for turning passion into profession.
When the Japanese company Sanrio first launched “Hello Kitty” in 1974 as a greetings card for children, this patented brand cartoonlike image of a cat (a lucky emblem in Japan) was applied to over 1,000 products ranging from domestic appliances, computer keyboards, personal stereos, and credit cards to sweet wrappers, T-shirts, and eyelash curlers
Peace was first published as Lukova’s visual commentary on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times, and later the artist reinterpreted it as a serigraph poster. Arguably one of Lukova’s most well known and most copied images, Peace asks a question: do we protect peace by creating endless wars?
Jules Cheret was a French painter who became a master of Belle Epoque poster art. Over the course of his long life, Cheret produced more than 1000 posters. His extravagantly colourful designs were used to regularly promote upcoming theatre productions. He is regarded as the father of the modern poster.
A monogram is a single symbol made up of one or more letters. Every aspect of an individual’s taste and fancy can be accommodated with a monogram. Monograms differ significantly, and there are of a great variety of design. There are so many different types and combinations of the same letters that no two persons with the same initials need to have the same monogram.
The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) is a group of professional designers who aim to show how important design is to industry, society, and our future as a whole. It was started in 1914 by a small group of graphic designers, printers, publishers, and illustrators. Since then, it has developed into a national network of skilled designers, educators, students, and fans. AIGA aims to help individuals in business, the media, and the government understand how vital design and designers are. It also works to improve professional growth, promote the value of design, and set worldwide conventions and moral guidelines.
Paul Rand, was a seminal figure in graphic design who made innovative visual identities for some of America’s major corporations and book and magazine publishers
We all have seen the designs of Paul Rand at some stage of our lives. He had a career spanning nearly seven decades. There is the seminal logo for IBM and the logo for ABC. There is the Westinghouse logo, the logo for NeXT computers. There are posters and packaging, book covers, record covers and a multitude of magazine covers.