Reasons Not To Do Graphic Design
This piece is part of the AAVVGG Archive and not currently part of the collection.
Graphic Design is Homogenizing, Conservative, Forced, Manipulative, Too Easy, Too Hard, Dependent, Anecdotal, Unrealized, Misplaced Idealism, Crowded, Too Quick, Alienating, Unhealthy, Etc. Finding ways around or opposed to these aspects could serve as a guideline for a desired set of principles for practice.
Based on a presentation composed during a workshop led by Paul Elliman at Yale University School of Art.
Written and designed by Yotam Hadar
Published by Draw Down
Third Edition, 2016
86 pages, Risograph, 4 × 6 inches
Printed at Issue Press