Signals from the Periphery: Alternative Practices of Graphic Designers
Signals from the Periphery brings together urgent developments in graphic design with a focus on works that surpass traditional forms and media of graphic design.
All contributions in the book are authored by graphic designers or people whose practice is in one way or another linked to the discipline. Topics include education, self-organization, work, technology, storytelling and much more.
The book was published on the occasion the exhibition Signals from the Periphery that took place in Tallinn, Estonia in 2017.
Contributors include Åbäke, Phil Baber, Evening Class, Paul Gangloff, François Girard-Meunier, Rudy Guedj, Bardhi Haliti, Marguerite Humeau, Tim Hunkin, Elisabeth Klement, Mathew Kneebone, Knock! Knock! Books, Laura Pappa, Partia e Fortë, and Mirjam Reili.
Edited by Elisabeth Klement and Laura Pappa
Published by the Estonian Academy of Arts Press, 2017
Printed in a limited edition of 600 copies
Softcover, 176 pages, illustrated, b&w, 5.8 × 8.25 inches