He was the "enfant terrible" of graphic design in the nineties. His tortured typography prompted a vocal camp of critics to accuse him of being flippant and of destroying the communicative basis of design. But now the techniques of David Carson (and those of his countless imitators) dominate advertising, design, the Web, and even motion pictures. With 35,000 copies of the original sold, this revised edition of "The End of Print" includes a striking new cover and first chapter that puts Carson's work in context. The rest is vintage Carson--cutting edge and explosive. "The End of Print" tracks his career from skateboard and surf magazines, to the landmark "Beach Culture" magazine and his groundbreaking grid-breaking work for "Ray Gun, " and finally to handling major corporate identity accounts. "The End of Print" marks a turning point in design that ushered in the look of today.