Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design Since The Sixties, Yale University Press, 2005

Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design Since The Sixties, Yale University Press, 2005

by Rick Poynor (Editor), David Crowley (Contributor), Nico Macdonald (Contributor), John O’Reilly (Contributor)

‘The aesthetics and spirit of popular culture have been increasingly relevant to British graphic designers over the past several decades. Communicate offers a fascinating selection of this innovative work, examining closely the influence of youth culture, pop music, and new wave aesthetics on graphic design during the 1960s and ever since.Illustrated in full color, Communicate features 350 images that range from classic designs of the sixties to the work of today’s emerging design teams, including record album covers for groups including The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Roxy Music; political protest posters; psychedelic concert posters; typeface projects and signage; and designs for books, magazines, and film.’

Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design Since The Sixties, Yale University Press, 2005
Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design Since The Sixties, Yale University Press, 2005

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