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Graphic Design: Reference Resources
This is a guide for Graphic Design and MFA students at JSU.
This book is located in the Reference Collection on the 10th floor.
The Thames and Hudson Dictionary of Graphic Design and Designers by Alan Livingston; Isabella LivingstonThe interaction of words and images and the visual communicationof ideas are an essential part of daily life, and these concepts are atthe heart of graphic design.With over 200 new and updated entries, this indispensable book providesinformation about typographers, journals, movements and styles,organizations and schools, printers and private presses, art directors, technologicaladvances, design studios, graphic illustrators, and poster artistsfrom the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. More than 550 illustrations,extensive cross-references, and a chronological chart outliningthe relationship between movements, technology, and individual designersmake this an invaluable reference for students and professionals alike.