A Helpful Guide for Finding Hip, Young Graphic DesignersReena Jana
Chronicle Books will soon publish the U.S. version of onehundredat360˚: Graphic Design’s New Global Generation, by Michael Dorrian and Liz Farrelly, this fall. I’ve been flipping through an advance copy of the book, previously published earlier this year in the United Kingdom by Laurence King. As the title implies, it’s a helpful, visual guide to the work of a hundred hip, young graphic designers around the world. Some have already worked with major corporations. Sao Paolo, Brazil-based Fernando Leal, for example, designed motion graphics and Web sites for MTV (in Brazil). Copenhagen’s MASA created eye-catching limited-edition T-shirts for Nike. And New York’s Giampietro + Smith has clients such as General Electric.
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