The Design of Dissent: Socially and Politically Driven Graphics

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This volume focuses on graphic work that designers have made as a result of social and political concerns--simple, yet powerful, designs that immediately convey messages to the viewer.

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Sep 15, 2007

A must buy...

For young graphic designers and for anyone socially conscious. The brilliance of the artists compiled in this book is unparalleled.


Apr 23, 2007

Amazing Graphics

I would highly recommend this book to graphic designers, or just
anyone that is interested in political national and international history.
The Design of Dissent is a wonderful example of how visuals can
be used to portray a powerful message, whether informative or persuasive.
The topics covered in the book, including Communism, Palestine, and
Government, present both a historical timeline and important commentary
on current events.
The quality and layout of the book itself is beautiful and presents the
information in a way that is easy to follow and enjoyalbe to look at.

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