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Visual Communication: From Theory to Practice

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The title incorporates contextual essays that explore how cultural theory can be applied to the real-world practice of graphic design, and are discussed by designers such as Neville Brody, Michael Bierut and Joan Farrer. This title helps students to develop sound critical judgment and informed strategies for the conception of new ideas that accurately reflect the current z ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Fairchild Books AVA (first published May 1st 2005)
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