SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism
SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism

SIMPLICITY · The Charm of Minimalism

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Less is more + , is the phrase that Mies van der Rohe made famous in 1947 and immediately became the slogan of creatives around the world. Today, this concept is still in full force and is the basis for expressive solutions in a wide variety of creative fields such as art, architecture, industrial and graphic design, fashion or photography. Minimalism seeks simplicity of form. By reducing the number of graphic elements, the power of each element is enhanced. But the simple is not always easy to achieve: each of the elements present is so for a reason and everything that does not contribute, detracts from the message. Reducing design to its purest forms while reinforcing the concept is the essence of timeless design. Great design is bold, relevant and unique, for the customer and for society. Graphic Design Elements Simplicity collects more than 100 works made by renowned graphic designers from around the world with a minimum of elements. The book is structured according to the three symbols used for the different projects: pictograms, numbers and letters. A spectacular visual guide that demonstrates, through absolutely contemporary proposals, that simplicity transcends fashions and is an inexhaustible source of inspiration.

ISBN: 9788416504527
Language: Spanish
Pages: 240
Binding: Hardcover