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The Resource Pop : how graphic design shapes popular culture, by Steven Heller

Pop : how graphic design shapes popular culture, by Steven Heller

Label
Pop : how graphic design shapes popular culture
Title
Pop
Title remainder
how graphic design shapes popular culture
Statement of responsibility
by Steven Heller
Title variation
How graphic design shapes popular culture
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Heller, Steven
Dewey number
741.6
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
N72.S6
LC item number
H392 2010
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Art and society
  • Graphic arts
  • Popular culture
Label
Pop : how graphic design shapes popular culture, by Steven Heller
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "The essays in this book were written for various periodicals, Web site journals, and blogs, including Print magazine, Eye magazine, Baseline magazine, Metropolis magazine, Grafik magazine, DesignObserver.com, Voice: AIGA Journal of Design, and The New York Times T Magazine's "The Moment" blog"--Acknowledgments
  • Includes index
Contents
Introduction: Snap, crackle, pop! -- What's cool, what's not. When it's cool to say cool ; Curse of the "D" word ; The decade of dirty design ; Give a hand to hand lettering ; You're not just a designer anymore...or are you? -- Pop icons. Design for Obama ; Shepard Fairey is not a crook ; Father of Shrek, grandfather of Tweet ; When the one-eyed man was king ; A snippet of Interview history ; Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ; The last loving parody of the first family ; The design of necromancy ; A Kodak moment ; Take me out to the Old Yankee Stadium -- Design literacy. Cult of the squiggly ; When bad things happen to good logos ; A good trademark : a historical perspective ; Design patois ; The return of stencil lettering ; Velvet touch lettering redux ; Clipping art, one engraving at a time ; Berthold's 1924 Hebrew Type Catalogue ; First on deco ; The missing link : graphic design trade magazines and the modern avant garde ; Better than real : graphic design facsimiles steal the stage ; Illusionism meet dimensionalism ; The adritus of viral and guerilla advertising -- Beware! Got flu? The art of H1N1 posters ; Japanese face masks ; Névrivitamine, Sérifer, Hémoluol, and Pancriol ; Hey Stinky, you're too fat, and you skin's bad too! ; Topanga, we hardly knew ya ; The sky is falling -- Art for art's sake. SMS--shit must stop : art to go, sixties style ; Another side of Ladislav Sutnar ; The Arthur Szyk renaissance ; Why does John Baeder paint diners? -- Intelligent design. Who owns intelligent design? ; A designer by any other name... ; How not to be motivated -- Art for the masses. How much is that artifact in the window? ; A mass for mass-market paperbacks ; Confessions of a book catalogue reader ; Music design : think small ; Blue Q : novelty typecasting ; Titling home movies, Mitten's way ; Notgeld : the design of emergency money ; The art and craft of grocery signs ; And the trophy for the most generic trophy goes to... ; Canned laughter ; Tracking the street measles -- Nothing sacred. You mean, not all designers are liberal? ; When satire was more than funny ; My first taste of political satire ; Once upon a time, there was a big bad president ; The model president : George W. Bush advertising star ; Where have you gone, R. Cobb? ; Mad music ; Covering weirdo [magazine]
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
295 p.
Isbn
9781581157154
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010009935
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn462879806
  • (OCoLC)462879806
Label
Pop : how graphic design shapes popular culture, by Steven Heller
Publication
Note
  • "The essays in this book were written for various periodicals, Web site journals, and blogs, including Print magazine, Eye magazine, Baseline magazine, Metropolis magazine, Grafik magazine, DesignObserver.com, Voice: AIGA Journal of Design, and The New York Times T Magazine's "The Moment" blog"--Acknowledgments
  • Includes index
Contents
Introduction: Snap, crackle, pop! -- What's cool, what's not. When it's cool to say cool ; Curse of the "D" word ; The decade of dirty design ; Give a hand to hand lettering ; You're not just a designer anymore...or are you? -- Pop icons. Design for Obama ; Shepard Fairey is not a crook ; Father of Shrek, grandfather of Tweet ; When the one-eyed man was king ; A snippet of Interview history ; Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ; The last loving parody of the first family ; The design of necromancy ; A Kodak moment ; Take me out to the Old Yankee Stadium -- Design literacy. Cult of the squiggly ; When bad things happen to good logos ; A good trademark : a historical perspective ; Design patois ; The return of stencil lettering ; Velvet touch lettering redux ; Clipping art, one engraving at a time ; Berthold's 1924 Hebrew Type Catalogue ; First on deco ; The missing link : graphic design trade magazines and the modern avant garde ; Better than real : graphic design facsimiles steal the stage ; Illusionism meet dimensionalism ; The adritus of viral and guerilla advertising -- Beware! Got flu? The art of H1N1 posters ; Japanese face masks ; Névrivitamine, Sérifer, Hémoluol, and Pancriol ; Hey Stinky, you're too fat, and you skin's bad too! ; Topanga, we hardly knew ya ; The sky is falling -- Art for art's sake. SMS--shit must stop : art to go, sixties style ; Another side of Ladislav Sutnar ; The Arthur Szyk renaissance ; Why does John Baeder paint diners? -- Intelligent design. Who owns intelligent design? ; A designer by any other name... ; How not to be motivated -- Art for the masses. How much is that artifact in the window? ; A mass for mass-market paperbacks ; Confessions of a book catalogue reader ; Music design : think small ; Blue Q : novelty typecasting ; Titling home movies, Mitten's way ; Notgeld : the design of emergency money ; The art and craft of grocery signs ; And the trophy for the most generic trophy goes to... ; Canned laughter ; Tracking the street measles -- Nothing sacred. You mean, not all designers are liberal? ; When satire was more than funny ; My first taste of political satire ; Once upon a time, there was a big bad president ; The model president : George W. Bush advertising star ; Where have you gone, R. Cobb? ; Mad music ; Covering weirdo [magazine]
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
295 p.
Isbn
9781581157154
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010009935
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn462879806
  • (OCoLC)462879806

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