“If anyone who can type can do much of the work previously done by well-paid specialists, what’s left for the designer? They have to do things that a typist with a computer can’t do. This means they have to be thinkers, problem-solvers, whether they like it or not.”
“When you point a finger at someone, remember, three fingers are pointed at you.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Most of the spreads show a single image to a page. Sometimes a short description runs along the bottom. Gill’s work doesn’t need much of a description. It’s obvious. Not in a bad way, but in the way it’s easy to miss those hidden gems that stare us in the face.
Logo: John Page, sound recordist, spelled phonetically
If you don’t have any of Bob Gill’s books, this is the one to buy. Even if you have a couple, it’s still a great addition to the bookshelves.
Get a copy from publisher Laurence King, or here:
Other good books.