The first major publication devoted to designer Lance Wyman’s entire output. Showcases the achievements of a long and productive career, from his early work for General Motors, through his iconic designs for the Mexico 68 Olympics, to the Minnesota Zoo and his more recent projects. The book looks in particular at Wyman’s close relationship with Mexico, and his revolutionary blend of modernist design principles with pre-Hispanic folk art. Features many previously unpublished items and a selection of pages from Wyman’s vast unseen archive of graphic design ‘log books’. By Adrian Shaughnessy.
• Unit Editions
• Foil blocked hardcover
• Four color litho print+Pantone
• 464 pages
• Limited run