After the Bauhaus, Before the Internet: A History of Graphic Design Pedagogy
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At a time when all choices and behaviors are putatively curated, and when “design thinking” is recruited to solve problems from climate change to social media optimization, the volume's contributors examine how design's self-understandings as a discipline have changed and how such changes affect the ways in which graphic design is being historicized and theorized today.
With a foreword by Tim Barringer
Published by no place press, 2022
Softcover, 368 pages, 175 b&w images, 6.5 × 9.25 inches