19 June 2006

David Carson — The End of Print

David Carson's jarring and visually chaotic magazine spreads, posters and print ads have consistently challenged the boundaries of legibility and typography. His modest San Diego, California, studio has become the epicenter of new graphic anti-aesthetic that has stirred ongoing debate among fellow designers such as Neville Brody, who observed that his work prophesies 'the end of print'. This comment inspired the title of Carson's new book, the first comprehensive collection of his decade-long output of graphic imagery ... Read more >>

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1 comment:

jay adams said...

now that is what i call hard...