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Karel Martens: Printed Matter/Drukwerk Paperback – 1 Nov 1997
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This book is published on the occasion of an exhibition of work by Dutch designer Karel Martens at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. Besides offering a closer look at his free work, it also covers his approach to the teaching of graphic design. Comprising a selection of both past work and more recent applied work, it also includes new essays by David Bennewith, who examines Marten's approach to teaching through its history and accounts from students, and Robin Kinross, who offers a meditation on the artist's free work, which demonstrates a consistent line of inquiry through his 54 years in graphic design. Martens was the recipient of the Gerrit Noordzij Prize in 2012. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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i first glanced through this book in one of my classes. i picked it up not thinking much of it except the niceness of the cover. as i looked through i decided that this is by far one of the best books on graphic design that i have seen. the printing is excelent and i especially liked that it was readable in english and in dutch. the work included in the book again, is very nice. it is a very good representation of dutch design, and can be very educational to those who study outside of the area.