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Graphic Design-70s and 60s(period 6)

An overview of graphic design from the 60s and 70s.
by Brandon Singh on 9 October 2012

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Transcript of Graphic Design-70s and 60s(period 6)

60s and 70s graphic design Brandon Singh About this time period LP RECORD SLEEVES The design of LP record sleeves provided a hugely important showcase for innovative graphics design. THE 60s Typographer Herb Lubalin (1919-1981) exemplified and developed these trends, and his contribution to the styling of magazines in the 1960s was considerable. BARNEY BUBBLES AND jAMIE REID Barney Bubbles and Jamie Reid photocopied or screen printed torn letters, handwriting and recycled images deliberately to produce crude anti design. A great exponent of American graphic design from the 1960s, through record covers, magazines, posters, and packaging was Milton glaser.In the 1960s, advances in color printing technology allowed strong pictorial symbols. In the mid 1970s, punk with its desire to shock infiltrated popular music, clothing, and the independent style publication known as fanzines. pop and op art was also popular in this era inspired art movements of the decade particularly in the fields of fashion and retailing. by:
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