Created to inform, identify and promote, graphic design is an essential part of our lives.
This new-look dictionary has over one-hundred-and-fifty new and updated entries. An indispensible reference work, it provides information about typographers, journals, movements and styles, organizations and schools, printers and private presses, art directors, technological advances, design studios, graphic illustrators and poster artists.
Extensive cross-references and a chronological chart outline the relationship between movements, technology and designers. Equally useful to the student as the professional, the dictionary celebrates international developments in graphic design and features over five hundred illustrations.