CRITIQUE: THE WAR OF ART DESIGN
CRITIQUE: THE WAR OF ART DESIGN
CRITIQUE: THE WAR OF ART DESIGN
CRITIQUE: THE WAR OF ART DESIGN

CRITIQUE: THE WAR OF ART DESIGN

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Critique: The War of Design is a brand new 64-page booklet by Ian Lynam about critique in graphic design and educational contexts. And semiotics. And criticism. And some other stuff.

It is a booklet for students, teachers and designers alike.

Critique: The War of Design is about how to approach design critique from cultural and critical perspectives.

Lovingly offset printed in a mix of three colors, Critique mixes symbolism, memoir, institutional critique, a thorough walloping of some of design's heroes, very silly illustrations, lovingly-placed clip art, and a pinch of ritual sacrifice applied to some of the silkiest Japanese papers globally.

TOPICS WITHIN:
- Defining critique
- Crits in context
- Denotation and connotation
- Some mean-spirited writing about grunge music
- Some more mean-spirited writing about grunge typography
- Giving and receiving critical feedback
- Honing your inner critic
- Honing your inner critic