Kit Hinrichs

Graphic Designer / United States / Studio Hinrichs

Kit Hinrichs’s Book List

It’s interesting to be asked about what books have influenced my career. Although I am an avid reader (often of airplane trash), most of what has affected my career is the observation of what you see in everyday culture. My book list is a very broad array of books that have inspired, influenced, and informed my career through the editorial eye of the designer, artist, photographer, or writer who wrote, created, assembled, analyzed, and designed the material within the pages of these books.

7 books
M. C. Escher

A classic book about one of the 20th century’s most influential imagery makers.

Henry Glassie

Folk art remains an entry level to all cultures and this book is a great guide.

Harold Rosenberg

A tour-de-force exploration of an artist’s imagination.

David Seidner

A fabulous approach to understanding artists.

Wesley M. Burnside

Dixon captured the essence of a region.

Walt Reed

A great perspective on the American spirit through illustration; a win-win.

On one of the most influential designers of the early 20th century.

 

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