The Poster Art of David Lance Goines: A 40-Year Retrospective

The Poster Art of David Lance Goines A Year Retrospective This vibrant retrospective celebrates the four decade career of Berkeley graphic artist David Lance Goines Its full color posters promote movies galleries restaurants and concerts in addition

  • Title: The Poster Art of David Lance Goines: A 40-Year Retrospective
  • Author: David Lance Goines
  • ISBN: 9780486478753
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • This vibrant retrospective celebrates the four decade career of Berkeley graphic artist David Lance Goines Its 155 full color posters promote movies, galleries, restaurants, and concerts, in addition to other events and products Distinctive and dramatic, the images speak volumes to the viewer s eye, evoking a mood that the brief text complements and clarifies.Developed iThis vibrant retrospective celebrates the four decade career of Berkeley graphic artist David Lance Goines Its 155 full color posters promote movies, galleries, restaurants, and concerts, in addition to other events and products Distinctive and dramatic, the images speak volumes to the viewer s eye, evoking a mood that the brief text complements and clarifies.Developed in cooperation with the artist, this edition features a Preface by the artist, in which he discusses his motivations and techniques, and a Foreword by Alice Waters of Chez Panisse, the Bay Area restaurant that Goines posters have so effectively publicized to the world.

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    1. Book was full of such prettiness and in a way, told many stories about places in Berkeley that I've never been or been a part of, and in that way it was illuminating but for the most part it was so much prettiness but without backstory The posters tell their own small tale, but without reference, I am just left enjoying the art and enjoyed it I did! ;)

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