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Paul Rand: A Designer's Art by Paul Rand
a designers art by paul rand As this is arguably a misconception of graphic design, Rand seems to have struck gold with bringing to light a relatively new angle to design and typography that particularly when the book was first written in is or was widely unthought of. Especially of interest to design educators is a small section on word pictures that contains design problem descriptions.
If Paul Rand was the most influential American graphic designer of the twentieth century, then Paul Rand: Functionalism does not preclude beauty, but it certainly does not guarantee it either.
I own quite a lot of his books and cover designs, so I figured I'd start with this one. I've had it sitting on transient shelves for almost ten years, and it seems I've never read through the whole thing until now.
That is why it will take you one hundred years to read this book. Even today's philosophers talk about it[.
I mean the philosophers say this, not just me. You read this, then when you open this up next year, that you read something new.
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Among the ideas Rand pushed in Thoughts on Design was the practice of creating graphic works capable of retaining recognizable quality even after being blurred or mutilated, a test Rand routinely performed on his corporate identities. During Rand's later career, he became increasingly agitated about the rise of postmodernist theory and a designers art by paul rand in design.