From the publisher:
"Designers have used their skills to communicate their dissent throughout history and are doing so even more now since the birth of the Web and the increasing ease of distributing posters and other printed materials. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, and throughout history, designers have used this adage to their advantage by creating simple yet powerful designs that immediately convey poignant messages to their viewers.
The Design of Dissent examines graphic work that focuses on social and political concerns from around the globe. The time for this work is certainly ripe, as the U.S., and the world, flare in opposition to many important issues."
28.5 x 24 x 2.5 cm | 239 pages | hardcover