No Brief: Graphic Designers' Personal Projects

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RotoVision, 2002 - Art - 157 pages
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A collection which reveals the hardest brief for graphic designers - how to express themselves and their work. Designers mostly work to their clients’ briefs, to a script provided by others, which is why the task of self-promotion can be the most difficul

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O'Reilly is writer and doctor of philosophy. He writes articles for Eye magazine and produces content for online magazines dealing with technology, design, culture and e-commerce.

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