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Studio Culture: The Secret Life of a Graphic Design Studio Paperback – November 4, 2009
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About the Author
Tony Brook is a highly respected graphic designer. He is creative director and founder of design company Spin, the innovative multidisciplinary London studio. Brook has won countless awards, and has designed numerous books and publications. He has designed, edited and published the successful Spin series of publications. He is president of the UK chapter of AGI, and is a recognized collector of graphic design artifacts. He lectures extensively around the world.
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- are small (75% of them have 1-10 people),
- suggest you get a good accountant (and project manager),
- don't want to get a loan,
- use macs,
- don't compromise their creative vision,
- don't do it for the money,
- have lot's of books, toys,
- are painted white,
- quote each other as their inspiration, or quote no one.
That being said, the layout of the book is suboptimal. The font in particular is very small (I am guessing 9pt), thin weight and sans serif. Part of it is light grey and it is a pain to read.
All photos are thumbnails and lack detail. On the other hand, the paper of both the cover and the inside is very nice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is not a guide but more of an encyclopedia of a collection of stories from studio owners and a couple of pages of photos. It certainly wasn't worth the price.Published on July 30, 2012 by Kenya
I loved this book I found the information to be very useful and illuminating, it is true that some of the interviews lead to similar answers but thats always going to be the case... Read morePublished on June 15, 2011 by Tom Skarbek-Wazynski
I found the interviews and photos of the workspaces of these people very insightful. I'm familiar with the work of most of them so it didn't bother me too much to not see many... Read morePublished on January 5, 2010 by Ben Weeks