What an annoying, disappointing waste of money "Seventy-nine Short Essays on Design" by Michael Bierut turned out to be!
Beirut's collection, though not the most conducive to reading all in one sitting, is continually surprising, and entertaining.
They have so much to offer and the essays are the perfect length - concise and informative - quick reads packed with a punch!
Short, easily digested essays from one of the smartest designers working today. Great for a quick read during commute or on the can.Published 3 months ago by J.D. Walker
I bought this on a whim as a Kindle bargain. It turned out to be an interesting book. It was worth the purchase for his Arnold Newman story alone.Published 16 months ago by Walter B Turner
Great book for designers with short attention span. Besides from being a great designer, Bierut is a great column writer.Published 19 months ago by Pablo Gonzalez Nicolini
I love a lot of the essays in here, but I don't think I would buy this again. It was good to read in short bursts, and I think some of the individual articles were amazing. Read morePublished on April 23, 2009 by R. Roche
the content of this book is basically very similar to what you'll read in the blog, funny, intelligent and informative BUT this book is AMAZINGLY built, designed... Read more