Laurence King, London. 2003. 192 pp. 4:o (28,0 x 21,5 cm). Soft cover with fold over flaps. With 175 illustrations, 160 in colour. As new.
This is ’the first wide-ranging critical survey of the postmodern designers and typographers who jettisoned the orthodoxes of modernist graphic design’. It looks at vernacular styles, origins, deconstruction, appropriation, technology, authorship, opposition etc This book tells that story in detail, defining and illustrating.