Graphic Style Lab: Develop Your Own Style with 50 Hands-On Exercises
By Steven Heller
Graphic Style Lab is a lively and playful approach to discovering different design styles.
This guidebook is full of experimental design projects that cover the distinctions between a personal and universal style, historical and contemporary style, one-of-a kind styles. You'll also discover how lettering, type and typography often define style.
Improve your awareness and sensitivity to type styles, forms, and type choices through these visual experiments, and boost your confidence in your personal and professional work.
Graphic Style Lab can be used in the classroom or independently. Go directly to any of the step-by-step exercises and create extraordinarily creative graphic design. Fifty experiments allow you to learn and apply the fundamental principles of graphic design in a way that is creative, fun and interactive.
Designed by Rick Landers
Published by Rockport Publishers, 2015
Softcover, 192 pages, full color, 9 × 8.9 inches