How picture books help tourists find meals in India and aid the U.S.'s attempt to bridge the language gap of occupation
In recent years, the advance of graphic design and production technologies has enabled more individuals with no formal education to create work that has always been the domain of university-trained specialists. These self-taught designers are increasingly addressing language-related problems in ways that had never been explored by design professionals, and their designs are inventive and visually compelling.
Excerpt from Andrea Dezsö: Talking Points, published in Print Magazine 2005 March, pages 88-93
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