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Lance Wyman in Idea Magazine

The Japanese magazine Idea is one of the most important and long-lived graphic design publications in the world. It began publishing in 1953, and since then it has consistently occupied a position at the forefront of the international graphic design scene. Initially the magazine functioned as a shop window for designers around the world: to be ‘showcased’ in Idea was to be acknowledged as a significant figure in world design. In more recent years, and now under the editorship of Kiyonori Muroga, the magazine has developed a more critical position. It is widely seen as having a sharp eye for significant and game changing developments in international graphic design. For designers in the West, to be featured in Idea is a badge of achievement to be worn with pride.Idea has always made high-grade reproduction and state-of-the-art printing as...

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Manuals 1:
 Design & Identity Guidelines is back in print

Manuals 1: Design & Identity Guidelines sold out shortly after we published it in 2014. But now, after a successful Kickstarter campaign, we’re once again able to offer our readers this comprehensive study of corporate identity design manuals from the 20th century.

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At the Herb Lubalin Study Center in New York

Unit Editions’ designer Rachel Dalton recently returned from a week in New York, shooting material for future publications. Thanks to the generosity of Sasha Tochilovsky, curator of the Herb Lubalin Study Center, Rachel had access to some of the wonderful, historically significant non-Lubalin material held by the institution.

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