The sharpest of 18 years of design writing. British graphic designer and writer Adrian Shaughnessy’s collection of articles and essays was just published by Unit Editions. It’s a summer read.
The book’s introduction opens with an unnerving question: ‘Why would anyone want to read about graphic design?’ But he knows, the interest in reading about design has increased over the past years by a profession that previously mostly bought “picture books.” Read it not only for his insights, but Adrian Shaughnessy is a witty writer, perhaps best known for his big seller “How to be a Graphic Designer Without Losing your Soul. “ > MORE
Scratching the Surface by Adrian Shaughnessy
Author: Adrian Shaughnessy
Designed by: Spin
Publisher: Unit Edition
Publ. year: 2013
Illustrations: in colour