Harper Design, New York, 2011
After a decade of visual overload, Minimalist Graphics heralds a new age of graphic design. By focusing on simpler, more fluid lines and shapes, minimalist design removes excess information from an already complex visual message. This book provides examples of the latest graphics that best typify the minimalist aesthetic; a collection that argues for a world where graphics can convey their content in both an efficient and visually attractive manner. A must-have for all modern designers.