This book review comes from my other blog:

An interesting read for any print designers. This book has a brilliant combination of both very good examples and illustrations of different formats and technical information and terms on the formats and how they work. There is some lovely work in here, some of it I had seen before and some of it was new. There is work by Frost Design, Hat-Trick, Madethought, Pentagram, Rose Design, Sagmeister and Why Not Associates, ranging from books to posters, brochures to marketing objects…

Each example doesn’t just show a creative design but also the use of the different techniques talked about throughout the book – such as die-cutting, binding types, folds, scale, paper, print techniques etc. The book discusses and shows how different forms and formats of a piece affect the user or the audience, and that it doesn’t necessarily have to be the established…

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