Graphic Design in the Post-Digital Age
A survey of practices fuelled by creative coding
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Graphic Design in the Post-Digital Age examines the challenges and opportunities in the wake of the rapid rise of creative coding within a growing community of designers opting to make their own design tools. This comprehensive overview covers educational approaches in design programs and the historic and economic contexts of programming in graphic design, as well as the implications surrounding the integration of coding with design. The book includes over twenty interviews in which major figures in design reflect upon the ways in which coding has innovated and transformed their design practice and strategies, and the directions it will take in the future.
Introduction text by Demian Conrad, with an essay by Silvio Lorusso, and interviews by Demian Conrad and Rob van Leijsen with Dimitri Jeanottat (CH), Ted Davis (US), Urs Hofer (CH), Jeroen Barendse (NL), Casey Reas (US), Yehwan Song (KR), Luuse / Marianne Plano + Léonard Mabille (FR/BE), Sarah Garcin (FR), Tancrède Ottiger (CH), Jürg Lehni (CH), Loraine Furter (CH), Raphael Bastide (FR), Petr van Blokland (NL), Dinamo / Fabian Harb + Fabiola Mejía (CH), Johnson/Kingston / Ivan Weiss + Michael Kryenbühl (CH), Eurostandard / Pierrick Brégeon + Ali-Eddine Abdelkhalek (CH), Zach Lieberman (US), Samuel Weidmann (CH), Erik van Blokland (NL), Studio Dumbar / Sander Sturing and Stan Haanappel (NL), Émilie Pillet (CH) and Dia Studio / Mitch Paone (US).
Editorial and research team: Demian Conrad, Rob van Leijsen, David Héritier, Aviva Cashmira, Nicolas Nova, Anthony Masure, Daniel Sciboz
- 155 x 210 mm / 6.1 x 8.27 inch portrait
- Demian Conrad, Rob van Leijsen, David Héritier
- Demian Conrad, Silvio Lorusso
- Johnson/Kingston (Ivan Weiss, Michael Kryenbühl, Massimiliano Audretsch)
- Release date
- softcover perfect binding
- Profibulk 90g/m2 (inside) and Profibulk 300 g/m2 (cover)
- 528 pages in K+2 PMS, 64 pages in CMYK + 2 PMS, cover K+2PMS
- Musumeci, Quart (IT).
- LaTex. By default, LaTeX uses Computer Modern, a family of typefaces designed by Donald Knuth for use with TeX. It contains serif, sans serif, and monospaced fonts, each available in several weights and optical sizes.
- Image specs
- 74 full colour image, 87 black/white images
- Digital printing on three sides of the book block.
- Editorial Coordinator
- David Héritier
- Onomatopee project manager
- Freek Lomme
- Copy editor
- Aviva Cashmira Kakar
- Made possible by
- Research Institute for Art and Design (IRAD), HEAD – Genève