From the Publisher. Tibor Kalman, probably best known for the witty designs of his company M&Co and his provocative work for Benetton’s Colors magazine, defined the eclectic multidisciplinary approach that came to characterize graphic design in the 1990s. His work ranges from journalism, advertising, and publishing to watches, paper weights, rulers, album covers, T-shirts, film titles, commercials, urban guidelines, and more. This is the first comprehensive collection of Kalman’s work and ideas and includes a pictorial manifesto by Kalman, revealing his thoughts on magazines, advertising, sex, bookstores, food, and the design profession. Product designs, stills and storyboards from his film and video projects, and spreads from his book and magazine work are are also included, along with essays by Steven Heller, David Byrne, Jay Chiat, Kurt Andersen, Paola Antonelli, Isaac Mizrahi, Ingrid Sischy, Chee Pearlman, and Rick Poynor.