Actar: Graphic & Product Design: Neuland : The future of German graphic design
Graphic & Product Design
The future of German graphic design
German graphic design has undergone a dramatic metamorphosis in recent years. Young professionals and students have been demonstrating heightened technical skills and strong, individualistic styles.The emerging design generation has broken with cultural and geographical boundaries, entering the international arena and competing with cutting edge design icons worldwide. As the scope and depth of this exciting development has been under recognised, Neuland documents the future of German graphic design by presenting the best work of up-and-coming designers and design studios. This book compiles 500 pages of exciting ideas, never before seen experiments, self-initiated projects and commercial work from Germans working and studying at home and abroad, as well as non-Germans working and studying in Germany.
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¨Great bits from sources that are very familiar (fantastic submission from NODE and Katrin Schake) as well as more unexpected treats (don’t miss Andreas Wesle’s fantastic section.) All too often I feel as though these ‘best of…’ books don’t live up to their name, but here’s an exception for you – how suitably German.¨ itsnicethat
¨NEULAND explores not only the white spot on the map that is Germany, but also invites the reader to discover a new generation of sophisticated designers who will shape the creative landscape of tomorrow. Each of them we get to know through their extraordinary works, a short interview, and photos.¨ PAGE
"NEULAND....packs in photos and examples from new German designers. . . . very highly recommended as essential to any library representing European graphic design examples and trends." --The Midwest Book Review
Language / ISBN:
English [978-84-96954-56-4] Available German [978-84-96954-07-6] Available
17 x 24 cm.
International 34.00 € Spain/Portugal 35.00 € USA 39.95 $
Order this book online from RAS, Actar's own bookshop in Barcelona, Spain.