Philip Baxter Meggs (1942-2002)

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Professeur, Communication arts and design department, Virginia Commonwealth university, Richmond, Va. (en 1998)


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  • Fotografiks

    an equilibrium between photography and design through graphic expression that evolves from content

    Material description : Non paginé
    Edition : cop. 1999 London L. King

  • A history of graphic design

    Material description : 511 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p.497-502. Index
    Edition : 1983 New York Van Nostrand Reinhold

  • A history of graphic design

    3rd ed.
    Material description : XIV-510 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 476-490. Index
    Edition : cop. 1998 New York. - Singapore. - Toronto [etc.] J. Wiley & sons

  • A history of graphic design

    Second ed.
    Material description : 508 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p.475-494. Index
    Edition : 1992 New York Van Nostrand Reinhold

  • Meggs' history of graphic design

    5th ed
    Material description : XI-603 p.
    Note : Note : Rev. ed. of: A history of graphic design. c1998. - Includes bibliographical references (p. [574]-581) and index
    Edition : cop. 2012 Hoboken (N.J.) John Wiley & sons

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  • Typographic specimens

    the great typefaces

    Material description : 415 p.
    Edition : 1993 New York. - Singapore. - Toronto [etc.] John Wiley & Sons

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  • A history of graphic design / Philip B. Meggs, 1998
    Meggs : making graphic design history / editors Rob Carter, Libby Meggs, Sandra Wheeler, 2007
  • LCNA (CD), 1996-06

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