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Looking Closer: Bk. 5: Critical Writings on Graphic Design Paperback – 26 Apr 2007

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Excellent transaction! Smooth and simple like it should be. Highly recommend this seller and this series of books to anyone interested in graphic design discourse.
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The Looking Closer series suffers a tired exit 3 Sept. 2008
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At this point, the essays are simply filling space. It's a shame such an important, groundbreaking series has had to encounter such an undignified exit. Most valuably this edition reflects the ineffectual ambivalence of a profession in the throws of a significant identity crisis. Hopefully the outcome is massive evolution and a telling survival of the fittest.
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