I used to be a design student : then now /

This book offers a rare chance to read what graphic designers feel about their education and profession. Fifty influential designers give the low-down about their student days and their professional lives. A piece of their college work is shown alongside an example of current work. Each designer als...

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Main Author: Philippin, Frank.
Other Authors: Klosoglou, Billy.
Format: eBook
Published: London : Laurence King Pub., 2013.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Imprint information; Preface; Comparison I: Wake-up time then/now; Comparison II: Mode of transport then/now; Comparison III: Favourite food then/now; Comparison IV: Weight then/now; Comparision V: Excercise then/now; Comparison VI: Most valued possession then/now; Comparison VII: Student years then and professional years now; Comparision VIII: Portraits of the 50 designers then/now; The student and professional work of 50 graphic designers; Andreas Gnass
  • Up visuelle Alliancz
  • Offenbach am Main, Germany; Andrew Stevens
  • Graphic Thought Facility (GTF)
  • London, United Kingdom.
  • Annelys de Vet
  • Brussels, BelgiumAntonio S. Gomes
  • barbara says ... Projecto Proprio
  • Lisbon, Portugal; Ben Branagan
  • London, United Kingdom; Bernd Hilpert
  • unit-design
  • Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Brian Webb
  • Webb & Webb Design
  • London, United Kingdom; Christian Heusser
  • Equipo
  • Basel, Switzerland ; Daniel Eatock
  • London, United Kingdom; Danijela Djokic
  • Projekttriangle
  • Stuttgart, Germany; Emmi Salonen
  • Studio Emmi
  • London, United Kingdom; Eric & Marie Gaspar
  • EricandMarie
  • Paris, France; Fons Hickmann
  • Fons Hickmann m23
  • Berlin, Germany.
  • Hans Dieter Reichert
  • HDR Visual Communication
  • East Malling, United KingdomHolger Jacobs
  • Mind Design -London, United Kingdom; Hoon Kim
  • Why Not Smile
  • New York, USA; Hyoun Youl Joe
  • Hey Joe
  • Seoul
  • South Korea; Isabelle Swiderski
  • Seven25
  • Vancouver, Canada; James Goggin
  • Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Chicago, USA; Jan Wilker
  • karissonwilker
  • New York, USA; Julie Gayard
  • Jutojo
  • Berlin, Germany; Kai von Rabenau
  • mono.graphie
  • Berlin, Germany; Ken Garland
  • London, United Kingdom; Kirsty Carter
  • A Practice for Everyday Life
  • London, United Kingdom.
  • Kristine Matthews
  • Studio Matthews
  • Seattle, USALars Harmsen
  • MAGMA Brand Design
  • Karlsruhe, Germany; Laurent Lacour
  • Hauser Lacour
  • Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Liza Enebeis
  • Studio Dumbar
  • Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Lucinda Newton-Dunn
  • space-to-think
  • Los Angeles, USA; Maki Suzuki
  • Abake
  • London, United Kingdom; Marc van der Heijde
  • Studio Dumbar
  • Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Margaret Calvert
  • London, United Kingdom; Marion Fink
  • Basel, Switzerland; Martin Lorenz
  • TwoPoints.Net
  • Barcelona, Spain; Matthias Gorlich
  • Studio Matthias Gorlich
  • Darmstadt, Germany.
  • Michael Georgiou
  • G Design Studio
  • Athens, GreeceNikki Gonnissen
  • Thonik
  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Oliver Klimpel
  • Buro International
  • London, United Kingdom; Paul Barnes
  • London, United Kingdom; Prem Krishnamurthy
  • Project Projects
  • New York, USA; Renata Graw
  • Plural
  • Chicago, USA; Richard Walker
  • KK Outlet/Kesselskramer
  • London, United Kingdom; Sandra Hoffmann
  • Robbiani Visual Studies
  • Berne, Switzerland; Sascha Lobe
  • L2M3
  • Stuttgart, Germany; Stefan Sagmeister
  • Sagmeister Inc.
  • New York, USA; Sven Voelker
  • Seven Voelker Studio
  • Berlin, Germany.
  • Tim Balaam
  • Hyperkit
  • London, United Kingdom.