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The first and only survey of Japanese design as seen through the lens of Japan’s traditional colour spectrum.
In this volume, Jens Müller traces 130 years of graphic design, designers, and developments from the late 19th century through the economic boom after World War II until today.
Malika Favre is one of the world’s most celebrated illustrators, known for her stunningly simple work, often utilising a handful of perfectly refined vector shapes to convey her subject matter.
This unparalleled collection traces the development of modern trademarks and sheds light on forgotten designs and early versions of famous logos.
PALETTE mini 07: Monotone has created variety out of singularity without rigour or restraint, as seen through thoughtful formulations, materials, and techniques.
PALETTE mini 06: Transparent is a compelling collection of work from around the world that showcases how transparency is being reinterpreted and rejuvenated in design.
This issue of GRAPHIC brings together several projects by designers, design researchers, and artists who are concerned with contemporary social issues.
A global overview of how contemporary artists incorporate text and the written word into work that speaks to some of the most pressing issues of the 21st century.
A Thing on a Table in a House transports you directly into Serban’s anthropomorphic world, one that straddles the ever-fine line separating furniture and sculpture.
Palette Mini Series 05 showcases design solutions and visual experiments with the soft and soothing colour range.