Items where Subject is "W000 Creative Arts and Design > W200 Design > W210 Graphic Design"
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Jobling, Paul (2005) Man Appeal: Advertising, Modernism and Menswear Berg, Oxford and New York. ISBN 1845200861
Moriarty, Catherine, Games, Naomi and Rose, June (2003) Abram Games: Graphic Designer Lund Humphries, London. ISBN 0853318816
Chapter in book
Jobling, Paul (2011) Between words and images: simulation, deconstruction and postmodern photography In: Adamson, Glenn and Pavitt, Jane, eds. Postmodernism: style and subversion, 1970-1990. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, pp. 222-225. ISBN 9781851776227
Contribution to conference proceedings in the public domain
Cooper, Alexander, Gridneff, Rose and Haslam, Andrew (2013) Letterpress: looking backward to look forward In: AIGA Blunt: Explicit & Graphic Design Criticism Now, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA, April 12-14, 2013.
Jobling, Paul (2005) "Virility in design": advertising, Austin Reed and the "New Tailoring" during the interwar period in Britain Fashion Theory, 1 (5). pp. 57-83. ISSN 1362-704X
Jobling, Paul (2011) Twice the Va Va Voom?: transitivity, stereotyping and differentiation in British advertising for Renault Clio Visual Studies, 26 (3). pp. 244-259. ISSN 1472-586X
Moriarty, Jessica and Reading, Christina (2009) Telling their stories: students' experiences with creativity CRD Research News, 24. p. 21.
Seddon, Jill (2007) The Architect and the "Arch-pedant": Sadie Speight, Nikolaus Pevsner and "Design Review Journal of Design History, 20 (1). pp. 29-41. ISSN 17417279
Whitworth, Lesley (2008) The Design Archives at the University of Brighton: a resource for business historians Business Archives: Sources and History (96). pp. 69-82.
Gale, Cathy (2015) A practice-based evaluation of ambiguity in graphic design, embodied in the multiplicities of X Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.
Hardie, Kirsten (2014) Fictitious people as food brand icons: their role and visual representation in comtemporary international food packaging Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.