I Like it. What is It?: 30 Posters by Anthony BurrillPoster Laurence King Publishing
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- Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
- Format: Poster | 64 pages
- Dimensions: 278mm x 352mm x 18mm | 900g
- Publication date: 3 December 2013
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1856699331
- ISBN 13: 9781856699334
- Illustrations note: 30 colour illustrations
- Sales rank: 102,444
I Like It. What Is It? is a collection of unique posters featuring catchy typographic slogans by designer Anthony Burrill. Simply pull out the detachable prints and display the bright statements on your wall. Artfully designed and printed using special colours, these bespoke artworks will brighten up any room or workspace. Burrill's persuasive and upbeat style of graphic communication will appeal to design lovers from all walks of life. Includes 30 pull-out posters, with details of the stories behind the designs on the back, and a page of witty stickers including 'This Way Down' and 'Sorry, We're Open!' Burrill is a great designer because he makes you notice and appreciate truths that would otherwise remain dead and inert. His work has such resonance because its so true: we should all work hard and be nice. Alain de Botton.
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Graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill is best known for his typographic, text-based compositions, including the now-famous Work Hard and Be Nice to People. His distinctive voice is lent authenticity by his commitment to traditional image-making processes and materials. Burrill was born in Lancashire, England, and studied Graphic Design at Leeds Polytechnic and, later, at the Royal College of Art. His work is held in the permanent collections of the V&A Museum in London and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York and has been exhibited worldwide. He lives and works on the Isle of Oxney, Kent.