Pentagram’s Michael Bierut monograph of typographic wisdom
The renowned graphic designer, design critic and educator of Pentagram shares over three decades of his work in his first career monograph. This comprehensive guide on how to use graphic design to sell things, explain things, make things look better, make people laugh, make people cry, and (every once in a while) change the world, is published by Harper Design in the U.S., Thames & Hudson in the UK and niggli Verlag in Germany.
Featuring 36 case studies that cover the creation of all types of work, from identity, logos and branding to environmental graphics, packaging, books and websites, many times all in one project, this precious monograph of Michael Bierut is for anyone interested in the power of the letterforms. Each one of us.