06 Aug, 2009

Spain: forgotten man of European design

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Detail from a Great Charity Poster by Fermín Garbayo, from Pioneers of Spanish Graphic Design

For decades, Franco kept a lid on Spanish design but a new book, Pioneers of Spanish Graphic Design, aims to shed light on some of the country’s most important practitioners. David Crowley, deputy head of design history at the Royal College of Art, takes a look at it…

Read Crowley’s review of Pioneers of Spanish Graphic Design from our July issue, here.

The book is published by Mark Batty Publisher; $58.


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