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Great Design Using Non Traditional Materials

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Here's an original look at how 55 designers have used unusual materials -- from pizza boxes to drywall -- to turn typical projects into memorable pieces.
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Published June 1st 1996 by Northlight
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Inggita
Dec 17, 2009 Inggita rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: designers
ok, corrugated carton might not be a traditional materials to graphic designers in the US back then - but now we can get colored (yuck!) ones - maybe after this book my mate Dienna and me went on and created paper clocks which became an instant hit at the annual jalan Jaksa street festival. next time we won't even give out the batteries.
Irene
Nov 17, 2008 Irene rated it it was ok
This book from the mid-ninties looks very much like a design book from the mid-ninties. Interesting and fun to flip through but I find better inspiration in last year's ID design review or for that matter 'Fringerprint' (Chen Design Associates).
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