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Graphic Magazine 17: When Design Becomes Attitude.
Graphic Magazine 17: When Design Becomes Attitude.
"When Design becomes Attitude". You may have heard of this before. This title, which has been slightly modified, originates from curator Harald Szeemann's legendary exhibition "When Attitudes become Form" held in the Kunsthalle Berne in 1968. Although this issue of 'Graphic' does not necessarily have an immediate connection with Szeemann's exhibition, the contents fall within a similar context. All together ten projects have participated in this issue. Whether they are well-known or net yet recognized, these projects exemplify how the designer's attitude can give birth to new concepts. For the past ten years, the journal 'Dot Dot Dot' (US) has significantly influenced contemporary graphic designers by modelling the role of the 'designer as editor'. Recent projects by Metahaven (NL) and FF (KR) who voluntarily engage in acute social issues, Parallel School and Corner College (CH) as innovative and alternative models of design and art education, and the manifesto group Conditional Design (NL) who understand design as a process. Further projects include Showroom (UK),Civic City (CH), IFS (US), and Kit Toast (KR).

Category: Design, Typography
Binding: Pap.
Publisher: Propaganda
Year: 2011
Publication Place: Seoul
ISBN: 9788996060994
Book Id: 89216

Price: $31.50
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