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All Messed Up (Unpredictable Graphics)

Gerber, Ann

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ISBN 10: 1856693902 / ISBN 13: 9781856693905
Published by Laurence King Publishing 2004, 2004
Soft cover
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30 x 23.5cm. 207pp. Colour illustrations. Softcover. Very good. Explores the important role that accidents play in the creative process. Bookseller Inventory # 144125

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Title: All Messed Up (Unpredictable Graphics)

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing 2004

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Soft cover

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'All Messed Up' explores the important role that errors and accidents play in the creative process. Sometimes these mishaps end up working to the designer's advantage and this book challenges long-standing preconceptions that such occurrences are fundamentally wrong.

About the Author:

Anna Gerber is a designer and writer based in London. She has a background in philosophy and communication design. She writes for magazines including Eye, Dot Dot Dot and Frieze, and is an instructor of Communication Design at London's prestigious Central Saint Martin's College of Art & Design.

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