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Michael Gillette did these killer illustrations for a new series of James Bond books for Penguin, and has just started selling limited-edition prints of them.
TD 63-73: Total Design and its pioneering role in graphic design looks like it’ll be another great one from Unit Editions, who can do no wrong. And this is the sweet spot in a sweet history.
By Onlab. The whole book looks cool, but I love the 3D type on the cover. And love that they put a little “making of” gallery on their site.
This looks like a pretty interesting book. I’ve always thought that design for fashion can be some of the most interesting/edgy/elegant work. By Jay Hess and Simone Pasztorek. (Via September Industry.)
Was hoping to do a more comprehensive list, but not a lotta new design books came out this year. Nonetheless, here’s a couple for the designer on your list: A couple from Unit Editions: Supergraphics: Space and structure (U:D/R02). Looking at Form, a quarterly magazine of the arts (1966-1969) Some new ones from [...]
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So, so cool. Via Flyer Goodness.
Handy and pretty. There’s a Web version, too. By Always with Honor for information is Beatiful..
A new design publisher just launched. Judging from the look of this first title, their stuff is gonna be great.