Philip B. Meggs

Philip Baxter Meggs (30 May 1942 – 24 November 2002) was an American graphic designer, professor, historian and author of books on graphic design. His book ''History of Graphic Design'' is a definitive, standard read for the study of graphic design.

He has been called the most important historian of design since Nikolaus Pevsner (1902-1983). In contrast to Pevsner, he published a history of graphic design that went beyond the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. One of the first educators to create an overview of the history of graphic design that did not depend exclusively on the traditional structure of the history of the art, Meggs believed that graphic design would need to acquire an adequate understanding of the past and its relation with art. Provided by Wikipedia
by Meggs, Philip B.,
Published 2012
...Meggs, Philip B. Meggs' history of graphic design. 5th ed....
Book Electronic
by Meggs, Philip B.
Published 1998
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