Words in Action: Seeing the Meaning of Words | Author: Michael Pause

Generating alternatives is the basis of all creative endeavors. Words in Action is an inventive resource that was developed over decades, one word at a time. Its 366 graphic images add to the inventory first published in Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar's 1962 booklet Watching Words Move, a classic of typography that changed how designers think about the power of words.

Whether you're a graphic artist stuck on a visual problem, an author with a case of writer's block, a teacher looking for a fresh take on helping your students learn, or anyone whose creativity needs a jump start - this book is for you. Anytime you're stuck, just flip through this inventory of inspired ideas and fun surprises. Readers will never look at a word the same way again!

15.2 x 15.2cm
384 pages

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