That’s Nice: Supergraphics by Unit Editions

That’s Nice: Supergraphics by Unit Editions

Supergraphics was the name of an architectural movement in the 1960s and 70s that saw architects attempt to ‘remove solidity, gravity, even history’ by the simple act of applying paint and graphics to the interior and exterior surfaces of buildings. This beuaitfully put together book by Unit Editions chronicles the early days of the Supergraphics movement, and looks at work by leading contemporary practitioners.

Unit Editions is a progressive publishing venture producing high-quality, affordable books on graphic design and visual culture. A collaboration between Tony Brook (Spin) and Adrian Shaughnessy (ShaughnessyWorks).

Get your copy here.

  • Images credit from book: Unit Editions
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