Materials, Process, Print ~ Daniel Mason

Materials, Process, Print ~ Daniel Mason

Creative Ideas For Graphic Design Daniel Mason passes on some of the vast experience in materials, formats and print processes he has acquired working for, among others, Artomatic and Gasbook. Tasteful, precise and well illustrated.

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