“Function, Restraint & Subversion in Typography” showcases and analyzes the work of 24 graphic designers and studios whose work best exemplifies the new Modernist, Brutalist, and minimalist aesthetics of the late-00s:
A Practise for Everyday Life
Graphic Thought Facility
Research and Development
Walker Art Center studio
Written, compiled and designed by The MVA Studio. Published by Princeton Architectural Press.
Large, spacious pages give more room for book and editorial designs so that you can read the detail in these projects.
Posters from studios like Spin (shown above), Anthony Burill and Experimental Jetset (below) get a super-sized treatment.
Includes interviews with Blanka and Many Stuff
Afterword by Experimental Jetset