Graphic Design  —  Backlist BACK
Michelle Galindo

Braun Publishing, 2011
256 pages
Fully illustrated, colour & b+w
ISBN: 9783037680919

Since signage systems are created to provide orientation, they must be universally legible and understood by people of all ages and culture.

Signs must show the way, and also present the proper information at the proper location. By making effective use of graphics, colors and shapes, a signage system helps to create an identity for spaces.

Signage Designs showcases a great variety of current examples from across the world, indoor and outdoor, ranging from individual buildings like museums, hospitals and stadiums, to larger contexts like subway systems, town districts or entire cities.

This title is an essential reference for designers involved in communications, architects, interior designers and indeed for creative persons in all sectors.


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