Graphic Design in America: A Visual Language HistoryDesign
Introduction by Mildred Friedman. Interviews by Steven Heller. Minneapolis/New York: Walker Art Center / Harry N. Abrams, 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. Quarto. Blue cloth. 264pp. 390 illustrations, including 80 color plates. Fine in Fine dust jacket.
“During the past few decades the images of graphic design have come to play an increasingly significant role on the American scene. But despite their ubiquity and because they often serve commerce, these visual messages are seldom deemed significant or worthy of critical attention”
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