Synopses & Reviews
The Designers Packaging Bible presents a compilation of inspiring graphic design work from across the globe.
Featuring the work of world-recognized designers such as Irma Boom (Netherlands), Hideki Nakajima (Japan), Ph.D (USA), Paula Scher (USA), Pentagram (UK/USA) Frost (Australia), Bohatsch (Austria), D7 DI Crew (Argentina) and Onio Design (India), the content is truly international and varied in style.
Showcasing more than 250 exciting packaging ideas and solutions, the book is a great source of inspiration for graphic designers, offering a one-stop reference book compiling a huge variety of design approaches from packaging commercial products to company reports.
**North American Rights Only**
About the Author
Luke Herriott runs a UK-based design group called Studio Ink, specializing in design for print. As former design director of the international visual arts publishers RotoVision, he has worked with some of the world's leading creatives to produce a number of outstanding design publications. With over 15 years in the book publishing industry, he has a wealth of experience and an extensive knowledge of design, as well as a great awareness and appreciation of emerging graphic trends. He is coauthor of RotoVision�s First Steps in Digital Design and Instant Graphics.