Author Jens Müller’s discussion of our book “Pioneers of German Graphic Design” on April 26 with experts Prof. Stein and Dr. Lailach was a great success with more than 100 attendees at Berlin’s Kunstbibliothek.
On April 26, 2018, starting at 6 pm, author Jens Müller will discuss “Pioneers of German Graphic Design” with Dr. Michael Lailach and Prof. Bernard Stein at Berlin’s Kunstbibliothek. We look forward to seeing you there!
“Pioneers of German Graphic Design” is on Steven Heller’s Holiday Book List. We appreciate the selection of our title.
UAA Ungers Archiv für Architekturwissenschaft hosted a presentation of our new book “Pioneers of German Graphic Design” this week. Author Jens Müller was joined by design critic Prof. Renè Spitz to discuss some of the most interesting aspects of the book in the wonderful setting of the UAA in Cologne, Germany. Thank you to everyone at the UAA for organizing this fantastic event!
On December 13, 2017, author Jens Müller will present our new book “Pioneers of German Graphic Design” at the Ungers Archive – the foundation of the late famous German architect. Details here. We look forward to seeing you there!
Excellent review of our new book from Seattle.
Our new book, “Pioneers of German Graphic Design”, is finally complete. It is a long overdue reference work about Germany’s contribution to modern visual language, by author Jens Müller. The book will be available in markets around the world in a few weeks from now. Please contact us or our distributors for more information. The book is also available in German language and titled „Design-Pioniere: Die Erfindung der grafischen Moderne”.
Our book “Canadian Pacific: Creating a Brand, Building a Nation” analyzes the impact of the famous transportation company on the image and culture of Canada. The book has now inspired part of a series called “Brand Canada” published by CBC and narrated by our author Prof. Marc Choko.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Marc Choko, author of our book “Canadian Pacific: Creating a Brand, Building a Nation” was given a prestigious academic order for his lifetime achievements by the French Republic, the Ordre des Palmes académiques (Order of Academic Palms), a national order of France for distinguished academics and figures in the world of culture and education. Congratulations, Marc, for this well deserved recognition of your work! Here is what UQAM | Université du Québec à Montréal wrote about this event.
The embassy calls our book an “extraordinary volume”. We very much appreciate these kind words.