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4.0 out of 5 stars
A great book for days when your creativity needs a top-up, 29 Mar 2001
1. Unwrap your brand-spanking new book. 2. Part the beautiful full colour pages. 3. Gaze in awe at some examples of information graphics from around the world and throughout the ages. 4. Read a brief history and explanation of Information Graphics 5. Smile at some of the humurous examples included. 6. Make a mental note of some of the better ideas within for use in your own designs. 7. Close pages carefully and return to your shelves for future use.
NOTE: This book is great if used as above, as a quick reference and to get a feel for info graphics, for more serious research purposes the text and content may be a bit 'light-weight'.