This 250-page hardbound publication is the definitive volume on the life and career of design legend John Massey, a designer and artist practicing in Chicago from the late 1950s to the present. Massey was a leader of the modernist movement in American design. He is an AIGA medalist, was director of design and corporate communications at Container Corporation of America from 1964 to 1983, and research professor emeritus of graphic design at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he taught from 1984 to 2000. The book is a limited edition production, signed and numbered by the artist. Printed by Classic Color, the book features roughly 125 full-color images and essays by Victor Margolin and Marin Nelson. Designed by Matthew Terdich. Dimensions: 12 x 12", 250 pages Materials: Hardcover book
Chicago Design Museum (Loop)
Founded in 2012, The Design Museum of Chicago inspires, educates, and innovates through design. They define design broadly, from architecture to street art, from choreography to urban planning. Through free, short-term exhibitions, engaging public programming, and robust partnerships with other arts, academic, and non-profit organizations, the Design Museum contextualizes and humanizes design's influence in everyday life.
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