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15 Jul, 2009

Question of the Week 14.07.09

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

In the first of our series of questions penned on the trusty CR whiteboard, we want to know about your reading habits…

Each week we’ll be posing a new question on the CR Blog and, first up, we want to know how you’re using design books in the digital age.

Do you still buy them? If so, what’s caught your eye recently?

If you’ve not shelled out on much this year, how far has the web changed the way you find new creative work, or do research?

What, indeed, is a design book these days? Are there too many out there anyway? An excess of vanity publishing, a glut of monographs? What would you want to see less of?

So – we’d like to know what the last design book you bought was, and what you think about the state of visual arts publishing at the moment.

Question of the Week is produced in partnership with MajorPlayers.

 

 

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