Item description for Graphis Poster Annual 08/09 (Graphis Poster Annual) by B. Martin Pedersen...
The only book that presents the best in poster design each year * More than 250 of the finest posters from around the world * Winners of the prestigious Graphis Gold and Platinum Awards Each year, designers, art directors, photographers, and everyone else involved in design eagerly anticipates the new Graphis Poster Annual. The 2008 book, like the earlier editions, features the finest poster designs from around the globe. Groundbreaking, trend-setting, even earthshaking, these dynamic posters were selected from an extensive pool of entries, and each one has earned the new Graphis Gold Award for excellence. The best of the best have been awarded the Graphis Platinum Award for outstanding design. Advertising and design professionals, mark your calendars--Poster Annual 2008 is here!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.5" Width: 9" Height: 12" Weight: 3.94 lbs.
Release Date Aug 19, 2008
Publisher Graphis Press
ISBN 1932026126 ISBN13 9781932026122
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More About B. Martin Pedersen
B. Martin Pedersen has received numerous awards, been elected into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and honored with the American's Institute of Graphic Arts Gold Medal. He is an AGI member and CEO of Graphis Inc.
B. Martin Pedersen currently resides in New York City, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Graphis Poster Annual 08/09 (Graphis Poster Annual)?
Absolute Disappointment Sep 2, 2008
Unfortunately, I bought this book sight unseen, based on the solid Graphis reputation. I will not make this mistake again. The majority of the posters look dated (think late 90s). To make matters worse, there are also multiple posters from the same firm/designer and, as each poster gets it's own full-page spread, they really feel like filler. Speaking of filler... the movie poster additions are just sad homages to the overzealous use of Photoshop filters. A better selection of quality posters can be found in any design magazine annual for much less money.