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Good by Design by Viction:workshop ltd. Image courtesy of Counterprint 21. Designing Type by Karen Cheng Post printing we Laminate Protect the entire poster to ensure that longevity of the colors and to ensure no scratching of the poster damages the gorgeous artwork below. Traditional branding books focus on large companies and big brands. But in the 2010s and 2020s, corporate design has diversified enormously as the startup scene explodes around the world. In this 2015 book, Robert Klanten shares some of the best work by creative agencies for startup founders, from a beauty parlour in Singapore to a whisky distillery in Finland. 38. Citizen Designer: Perspectives on Design Responsibility by Steven Heller and Veronique Vienne

First published in 2006, this classic guide to type design has been fully updated for 2020. You'll learn all about basic issues informing the creation of typography, including the visual principles of letter construction, optical compensation and legibility, and the relationships between letters and shapes in a font. The new version of the book also includes more contemporary typefaces and explanatory diagrams, as well as a closer connection between text and image. 22. Logo Modernism by Jens Muller Swiss design is referred to a lot in the design community, but how much do you know about it really? This book, designed by the Zurich studio NORM, takes a fresh look at Swiss typography and design over the past hundred years and explains what it all means, with illuminating essays from experts in the field and captivating illustrations. 32. Work Hard & Be Nice to People by Anthony Burrill

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The two see each other across the void. A fateful connection is made, and an unlikely friendship blooms. Slowly, we learn what led Sam and Vic to the bridge that night. Bonded by their suffering, each privately commits to the impossible task of saving the other. With a pride in fine printing and an innate predisposition toward the grand and passionate, Italy has produced some of the finest film posters in the world. These colorful images, startling in their freshness and boldness, arouse expectations of romance, mystery, action, or escape. Italian Film Posters is the first collection of these highly evocative images to be published in English. While Italian film posters are well known to European collectors and cinema lovers – and the work of artists such as Anselmo Ballester, Alfredo Capitani, and Luigi Martinati is displayed in museums and commands high prices at auction – they remain largely unknown to the American public. This overview of the Italian tradition begins with the Art Nouveau-influenced designs of the silent-film era, moves into the stunning stone lithographs of the 1930s and 1940s and concludes with the idiosyncratic creations made possible by offset printing in the 1950s and 1960s. Citizen First Designer Second by Rejane Dal Bello 13. Designing Graphic Props for Filmmaking by Annie Atkins

Born 1938 in Havana, Cuba, Félix Beltrán, is one of Latin America's most important graphic designers. His works are situated in the tension between abstract geometry and concrete art, and this monograph showcases hundreds of his logos, posters, and book covers. A fascinating and inspiring insight into a great creative mind. 28. Logotype by Michael Evamy

Also noteworthy is how readers embrace female authors now more than ever. This year, with 10,000 votes, an outstanding 70 books by female authors made the list. Women buy books, women read and it’s now clear that women write most books we read. Born as a 10 ft custom designed map, set out to inspire travel, a 10 year old map was our very first poster. A decade on, our products carry the same spirit to inspire whatever that one pursues. Work Hard & Be Nice to People by Anthony Burrill 33. Drawing Type: An Introduction to Illustrating Letterforms by Alex Fowkes

Graven Images: The Best of Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Film Art from the Collection Ronald V. Borst User experience design is, at root, about understanding your users. And so this book gives a useful and comprehensive introduction to foundational psychology, in a way that directly relates to UX design. Written by David Evans, an experimental psychology PhD and senior manager of consumer research at Microsoft, this will help UX designers gain an edge in a super-competitive field. 15. Graphic Design: The New Basics by Ellen Lupton & Jennifer Cole Phillips In 1959, design legends Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar produced a small booklet about typographic creativity. Six decades on, it remains influential, and this reproduction includes added thoughts by other designers including Michael Carabetta, George Lois, April Greiman, Steve Heller and Kit Hinrichs on its lasting impact. 36. Why Fonts Matter by Sarah Hyndman


What does it mean to be a designer in today's corporate-driven, overbranded global consumer culture? This book attempts to answer this question with more than 70 essays and interviews covering controversial topics such as topics as the advertising of harmful products, branding to minors, and violence in game design. It doesn't provide any definitive answers, but through asking the right questions, acts as a spur for further debate and discussion. 39. Don't Get a Job... Make a Job: How to make it as a creative graduate by Gem Barton

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