Unit Editions, London, 2012, English
Nonfiction, Graphic Design
6.6 x 8.8 inches, paperback, 328 pages
ISBN: 9780956207197
Suggested Retail Price: $55.00

From the Publisher. Ken Garland: Structure and Substance is the first comprehensive monograph on the entire career of legendary English designer Ken Garland, from student exercises in the 1950s to his self-published photography books of recent years. The biographical essay, written by Adrian Shaughnessy and accompanied by rare personal photographs, touches on the many sides of Garland: the ethical and political designer; the writer; the teacher; the photographer. It is underpinned by interviews with his contemporaries and peers, and Garland himself co-operated with all aspects of the production of this book. Now in his eighties, Garland is still as relevant to the (design) community today as he was when he published his famous First Things First manifesto in 1964. He has a strong following among young designers and frequently lectures to large audiences, captivating them with his highly personal approach.

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