collection of work


A collection of work is an assembly or compilation of the work of one or more designers.

Richly illustrated book on the body of work of the Dutch type designer Gerard Unger.
A small series of board books serving as playful type specimens as well as children books.
This small book comprises a collection of 41 monoprints created by Dutch graphic designer and typographer Karel Martens.
Fourth edition of much anticipated book presenting almost 60 years of the work of Karel Martens.
A full set of 20 issue of Dot Dot Dot, an independent art/design publication covering graphic design, art, music, language, film and literature.
Independent art/design publication which began life as a graphic design magazine, but whose content has gradually widened to cover art, music, language, film and literature.
This small book documents the work of Cyrus Highsmith— his type design and well as his sketches and drawings at the occasion of Gerrit Noordzij Prize.
A limited edition full set of Works That Work magazine, in a specially made slipcase.
The Sport and Game issue of WTW, about sport as a powerful tool for shaping the foundations of a community, for solving problems where politicians stalemate and for paving the way for social progress.
A definite monograph about Wim Crouwel going into great depth to understand the methodology of one of the greatest minds in modern graphic design.
A publication documenting almost two decades of graphic design practice of Experimental Jetset.
Issue 17 of the Dot Dot Dot magazine covers design in the widest possible sense while steering clear of both commercial portfolio presentations.
After eighteen issues, Dot Dot Dot remains the must-read journal. Curiously it has become the venue for creative writing on the most diverse subjects.
Not quite 'magazine' and not quite 'academic journal', The National Grid defined its own vision of graphic design .
This miniature book contains a complete overview of Irma Boom’s oeuvre, with commentary in 800 pages.
DDDX is a montage of articles drawn from issues 2–9. This is not a retrospective act, more a logical next step; a slight return in response to the self-righteous statment of intent on the cover of issue 1; a reply to ourselves after five years’ trial & error.
This is the first publication devoted to De Does’s life and work best known as a type and book designer, creator of typefaces Trinité and Lexicon.