Street Graphics

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  1. Book ImageStreet Graphics Cuba

    Barry Dawson

    Barry Dawson's brilliant photographic eye captures it all in an inspirational, all-color ideas book for designers, an evocative medley of impressions for visitors - and would-be visitors - to Cuba and an entertaining cornucopia for the visually curious.More

  2. Book ImageStreet Graphics Tokyo

    Barry Dawson

    Street graphics have become the visual language of cities. Signs and symbols instruct, inform, portray concerns, and express aspirations. Culturally specific, they are also increasingly universal, always creative, and always fun.More

  3. Book ImageStreet Graphics New York

    Barry Dawson

    New York is the world capital of street graphics—a creative kaleidoscope of urban ephemera in the form of signs, symbols, graffiti, murals, and advertising. Its innovative ideas, styles, and mediums quickly become international.More

  4. Book ImageStreet Graphics Egypt

    Barry Dawson

    The street graphics of modern Egypt reflect three distinct cultures and visual styles: ancient Egyptian imagery, a developing Western international style, and the traditional Arabic calligraphy of Egypt's Islamic majority.More