How to be a Graphic Designer
Written by Adrian Shaughnessy and published by Laurence King, How to be a graphic designer without losing your soul, provides young, aspiring designers with a rough guide to the industry.
Text-heavy books often appear dry and academic. To counter this, a strong typographic palette was devised. Having introduced the contents on the front cover, a flexible grid was adopted for the spreads, enabling a controlled level of expression.
With the first edition enjoying best-seller status, a second edition was soon commissioned. Invited to design the new edition, Bibliothèque retained the strong typographic approach, inverting the colour palette to distinguish the cover from its predecessor.