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William Morris - Windrush, 1883 - 1885 & Tulip and Willow, 1873

William Morris created type for his Kelmscott Press books:

Golden - A Roman type based on those of 15th-century Venetian printers

Troy - A Gothic type created for The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troy

Chaucer - A smaller version of the Troy created for the Kelmscott Chaucer

Edward Burnes Jones, 1984 "The Wood Beyond the World"

Esta es la imagen de mi final de Historia del Diseño Gráfico hace 20 años. Un clásico de McKnight Kauffer anterior a su trabajo en el London Underground con Frank Pick.
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A  LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY! continued... In the late 19th century, graphic design emerged as a distinct profession in the West, in part because of the job specialization process that occurred there, and in part because of the new technologies and commercial possibilities brought about by the Industrial Revolution. New production methods led to the separation of the design of a communication medium (e.g., a poster) from its actual production. Increasingly, over the course of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, advertising agencies, book publishers, and magazines hired art directors who organized all visual elements of the communication and brought them into a harmonious whole, creating an expression appropriate to the content. In 1922 typographer William A. Dwiggins coined the term graphic design to identify the emerging field.
Throughout the 20th century, the technology available to designers continued to advance rapidly, as did the artistic and commercial possibilities for design. The profession expanded enormously, and graphic designers created, among other things, magazine pages, book jackets, posters, compact-disc covers, postage stamps, packaging, trademarks, signs, advertisements, kinetic titles for television programs and motion pictures, and Web sites. By the turn of the 21st century, graphic design had become a global profession, as advanced technology and industry spread throughout the world. For full article please visit Encyclopedia Britannica @ https://www.britannica.com/art/graphic-design. #historyofdesign #designhistory #historyofgraphicdesign #graphicdesignhistory #design #graphicdesign #graphicsdesign #graphicdesigns #graphics #perillodesign #industrialrevolution
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Uno de mis libros favoritos. Alan Fletcher - The art of looking sideways. Una de las mejores maneras de entender el pensamiento detras del diseño.

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Recommend a book. Graphic Design: A Concise History. Compare with Graphic Design: A Critical Guide, this one is more simple, which to be a beginner level is much better. The book isn't very thick, easy to carry. And also recommend the series: Word of Art, this one is one of a book in this series.
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A Friday treat for your design history enthusiasts, and 60’ And 70’s logo lovers. I saw this book back in Draplin’s logo class on skillshare, this is different than any other logo book this shows how corporate identity was created back in the days how the logo was applied and on what. Identity Design has evolved from slapping a logo on anything but it’s still a useful resource to go back to see the level of detail used in this brand identity guides and how you can use it. If you can get it it goes for a pretty penny now and even then when I bought it but it’s all worth it.
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The early 20th Century featured one of the most outrageous art movements, Dada. Artists of this movement were extremely brave because they were breaking all the rules, in fact the thing about Dada was that there were no rules. Most saw Dada design as chaos, but it taught graphic artists to take #risks and #beoriginal. As graphic designers were influenced by the movement, so was the marketing world. #FlashbackFriday

Marcel Wyss, Forman der Farbe, Shapes of Color, 1967. #poster #posterdesign #posterhistory #graphicdesign #graphicdesignhistory #marcelwyss

If you’re not watching Wright’s Paul Rand auction right now, you should be. High estimates are being blown out of the water on every single lot.

If you can’t afford the auction prices, I’m offering up this really nice (and affordable) collection of Rand designed book covers. $350 plus shipping. DM or email if you’re interested.

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Uno de los favoritos de mis clases de HDG (Historia del Diseño Gráfico). Tapas de libros de Max Huber para De Agostini Novara - 1963

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Graphic Design: History and Practice / Available at www.draw-down.com / Graphic design history is a territory where multiple interests converge but where views may diverge, especially those of design practitioners and historians. How do historical narratives shape the definition of the field of practice? Conversely, how does graphic design practice contribute, or how can it contribute, to defining the ways to access and disseminate historical knowledge? How does history help to develop critical discourse about the design practice? How do designers use and embed history in their practice? Finally, are the visions and agendas of practitioners and academic historians really so incompatible and distant from one another? The papers in this volume—the proceedings of the conference Graphic Design: History and Practice, held at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Faculty of Design and Art—attempt to answer those questions through the voice of both designers and historians who have been extensively involved with the making of design history. Papers include: “History and the Graphic Designer” / Richard Hollis; “Women and Graphic Design in the History of Design and in Design History” / Gerda Breuer; “Preservation/Exhibition/Education: Shifting Views on Graphic Design History” / Esther Cleven; “Graphic Design and the History of Graphic Design in Italy” / Mario Piazza; “Changing Attitudes to Graphic Design History in the Digital Age” / Adrian Shaughnessy; “Beyond Forms” / Annick Lantenois; “Imagining History” / Giorgio Camuffo; “Entering Digital Design History” / Maddalena Dalla Mura; “Graphic Design History within Design Education: A View from Italy” / Carlo Vinti #graphicdesign #graphicdesignhistory #graphicdesignpractice #typography #design #WomenandGraphicDesign #RichardHollis

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