In addition to being the least expensive item on DWR's website, this 2003 re-release of Nelson's treatise on interpreting the visual vernacular is a good read and genuine bargain: Published by DWR, it includes 50 essays by Nelson and 100 color plates from the designer's own archives, plus new graphic design by Chris Pullman, who ran Nelson's graphics office in the 1970s.
Dave has contributed to Dwell since its inception. He's a CalArts dropout, a former art critic for The New Yorker, and a producer of comedies on TV. He lives in, and writes from, Los Angeles.
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