Books Magazine

Chip Kidd: Designing Books Is No Laughing Matter. OK, It Is

Posted on the 24 November 2013 by Jckunzjr
Chip Kidd: Designing Books Is No Laughing Matter. OK, It Is

Here is a fun and interesting Ted Talks video of graphic designer Chip Kidd discussing some of his most well-known book designs. You will enjoy hearing his thought process for developing some of his designs.

Here is a short description of Kidd from the ted.com website: You know a Chip Kidd book when you see it — precisely because it’s unexpected, non-formulaic, and perfectly right for the text within. As a graphic designer for Alfred A. Knopf since 1986, Kidd has designed shelves full of books, including classics you can picture in a snap: Jurassic Park, Naked by David Sedaris, All the Pretty Horses … His monograph, Chip Kidd: Book One, contains work spanning two decades. As editor of comics for Pantheon, Kidd has commissioned work from graphic novelists like Chris Ware, Art Spiegelman, Dan Clowes and Ben Katchor. He’s a novelist as well, author of The Cheese Monkeys and The Learners.

Google Advertisement

Google Advertisement


Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog