Featuring work by eighteen graphic design companies, this volume heralds a celebration of creativity from Eastern Europe. It pays particular attention to corporate identity projects from recent years in a selection of work spanning countries like Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Serbia, and Poland, highlighting the changing visual and artistic tastes of this geographic area. With the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, the political landscape of Eastern Europe and beyond changed significantly. Designers flourished on the global scene, reclaiming the dynamic geometry, bold typography, and minimalist use of colour that feels as current today as it did during the revolution. Published by Counter-print (West Sussex).
120 pages, 28 x 27 cm, hardcover, Counter-print (West Sussex).