Hidden Track

How Visual Culture Is Going Places

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October, 2005
Publisher: gestalten
Editors: R. Klanten, S. Ehmann
Design & Layout: Matthias Hübner
208 pages, 24 x 28 cm, Sold out

»Space or material (still) function as a unique feature and form a fixed point within the almost unlimited possibilities to use and copy digital contents which can be reproduced and simulated.«

Being one of the first books documenting a new trend towards tactile design, Hidden Track starts in the realm of product and fashion design, exhibition and interior design and displays their cross-sections with graphic design.
Later on, the series on this topic was continued with Tactile and Tangible, both focusing increasingly on three-dimensional graphic design.

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