Out of print

 

- Provides a multi-faceted and critical look at the profession of the graphic designer
- Workbook, process book and survey book in one

 

Authors: Paul Elliman & Maxine Kopsa
Editors: Werkplaats Typografie
Contributors: LUST, Karen van de Kraats, Mevis & Van Deursen, Louise Døssing, Julia Born, Susanne Stetzer, Roma Publications, Layla Tweedie-Cullen, Irma Boom, Darcy D. Jeffs, Maureen Mooren & Daniël van der Velden, Jeffrey C. Ramsey, Stuart Bailey, Sven Herzog, Will Holder, Marie Proyart, Experimental Jetset, Karen Willey, Jop van Bennekom, Toshimasa Kimura
Design: All contributing designers and Louise Dossing

2005, Valiz | supported by the Mondriaan Fund, France Telecom, Peter Paul Peterich Fonds, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Dutch Embassy, Paris, Institut Néerlandais, Paris | paperback | 360 pp. | 23,5 x 17 cm (h x w) | English & French | ISBN 978-90-808185-6-6


Eleven participants from the Werkplaats Typografie asked an equal number of Dutch graphic designers to join forces with them during their work period in the Chaumont Graphic Arts Festival (2006, France). Dutch Resource is a report of that collaboration: eleven different sections give an idea of each person’s working method and show how the dialogue was put into practice. The book gives an accurate picture of the uncompromising practice of the graphic designer, a specialist and jack-of-all-trades in one, who is not only meant to be a good designer but often works as a writer, researcher, editor, curator, critic and photographer as well.

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