Armando Milani has curated nearly 200 posters by more than 100 designers from around the world for his new book, No Words Posters, published by RIT Press at Rochester Institute of Technology.
The posters confront crucial issues, including the environment, equality, gun violence, etc. The common denominator, however, is they are wordless. “The posters reflect the graphic designer’s ability to evoke the emotion and understanding without using any words because the symbols speak for themselves,” Milani says.
Organized by theme and similarity of image, the posters comprise a flowing pantomime over a series of spreads. The novel-like format implies that these wordless images must be read individually and together.
In this collection of all things color, you’ll find thirteen resources for helping you rediscover inspiration and creativity in your work. From palette-building techniques to color theory, this kit will give you a comprehensive library of resources. Through the books and videos included, you’ll be able to take a look back through the major milestones in color history and then see how they affect current color communication and trends. Head over to Print’s online store to check it out.
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Steven Heller is the co-chair of the SVA MFA Designer /Designer as Author + Entrepreneur program, writes frequently for Wired and Design Observer. He is also the author of over 170 books on design and visual culture. He received the 1999 AIGA Medal and is the 2011 recipient of the Smithsonian National Design Award.View all posts by Steven Heller →