By David Airey
This tasty-looking new book by Stuart Tolley focuses on a “rebirth of simplicity in graphic design.” Taking nearly two years to complete, the 288-pager showcases around 150 designers working across a wide range of formats and media — from independent magazines and album covers to corporate identity and branding.
The 400+ photos in the book are accompanied by commentary on the design and production processes involved.
MIN is available on Monday from publisher Thames & Hudson, and available to pre-order on Amazon.com (.co.uk).
Stuart Tolley is creative director and founder of Transmission, a design studio and editorial consultancy that specialises in the art direction and implementation of visual-culture books, magazines, and digital media.
Head over to It’s Nice That for a short post where Stuart talks about misconceptions surrounding minimalism in design.
Read more here:: MIN: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design