"Christian Leborg decodes concepts associated with abstract and concrete objects and structures, activities, and relations. Includes a glossary of terms every designer should know." --Dynamic Graphics
"For those of us who learned terms like 'Negative/postive space' and 'visual weight' the hard way--in classroom art critiques--Christian Leborg's new book will bring back painful memories. For those who have an interest but lack the language, however, this book elucidates the lexicon of visual grammar, from angles to opacity, and is replete with helpful infographics." --Dwell
"Required reading. " -- Architecture Magazine
"A slim and simple tome, but visually stunning in its description of the basic principles of objects on a page and how they interact with one another. Visual Grammar serves as both a visual dictionary and a straightforward introduction to the visual language of graphic design." --Jason Santa Maria
About the Author
Christian Leborg is a designer and design educator. He is founding partner of K, a knowledge and communications consultancy in Oslo, Norway.