Graphic designers have a unique way of looking at the world. Detail oriented and aesthetically demanding, they are denizens of popular culture, intrepid travellers, and avid collectors. As visual creatives, graphic designers are well informed about photography. They often carry around a camera, but rarely share the same concerns as professional photographers. As a result, the photographs they produce are distinctly unconventional and often appear in their design work in fact, a glance at a designer's personal photography will offer vital clues into their working methods and obsessions. Selected from the personal portfolios of the world's most innovative and creative graphic designers, Photographs by Graphic Designers includes every type of photographic image, from macro details and funny moments, to found type, street scenes, rare objects, and monumental vistas. The book also includes personal portraits, quirky fashions, and organic and manmade colours, textures, and environments. Featuring work from big name international designers such as Ed Fella, Marian Bantjes, Bryony Gomez-Palacio, Deanne Cheuk, Rodrigo Corral, Julia Hoffman, Colin Metcalf, Debbie Millman, Paul Sahre, Jakob Trollbäck, Rick Valicenti, and Henry Sene Yee, this is a unique and inspirational reference library of innovative imagery.