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Reasons Not To Do Graphic Design

Reasons Not To Do Graphic Design

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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



Notepad/booklet
86 pages, Risograph, 4 × 6 inches 
Printed at Issue Press 

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Draw Down is an independent publisher located in the northeastern corner of the United States. Created in 2012, Draw Down publishes small books about graphic design, typography, illustration, photography, art, and architecture.

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