Graphics and Space
Published by Gingko Press
240 pages, Softcover
8 1/4" x 11 1/4" (210 x 285 mm)
350 color illustrations, English
When monochromatic patterns no longer satisfy our visual hunger, designers use graphics to transform spaces into works of art. From retail shops and restaurants to offices, this book focuses on the graphics of space.
Curated case studies present indoor murals, furniture, and custom wallpaper hand-designed by leading illustrators such as Miss Led, Alessandro Suzzi, and Camille Rousseau.
A gallery space at the University of the Arts in London was revived by artist Mike Ballard, who created a digital collage on the ceiling and covered the entire gallery in a multimedia representation of an Egyptian mask—just one of the completely immersive and critically acclaimed spaces featured.
This visual collection showcases everything from Camera Studio in Kokura, Japan to a Diesel Catwalk in London to Pancake Parlour in Melbourne, Australia to a Reebok Flash store in New York. Includes designs for Siemens, Ralph Lauren, H&M, Nike, and Hugo Boss.