April Greiman: Something From Nothing
By April Greiman and Aris Janigian
Something from Nothing explores digital design as pioneered by April Greiman.
Greiman is internationally recognized as one of the world's most innovative and influential designers. Her bold, kinetic explorations of typography and imagery as objects in time and space are grounded in a brilliant fusion of technology and graphics.
Designed by Greiman, and written together with design critic and psychologist Aris Janigian, this book in an intimate insight into Greiman's design philosophies and the many projects she has executed. Most of the work featured in this book is previously unpublished and will appeal to everyone with an interest in the evolution of modern design.
With a foreword by Lewis Blackwell
Designed by April Greiman
Published by Rotovision, 2002
Softcover, 160 pages, full color, 9.13 × 10.83 inches