the End of Print (Again)


David Carson, Marshall McLuhan, and the End of Print (Again) »
Buzz Poole on David Carson’s experimental typography, its continuing relevance, its wider cultural importance, and how Marshall McLuhan predicted it all.  july 20,2012

What David Carson committed himself to was reading culture as it existed in technological frameworks that altered visual communication and short-circuited longstanding traditions of design and typography in order to fuse them to new and indifferent mediums that were no less effective in making their points.

the architecture of patterns


david is designing the new architecture book by paul anderson(harvard) and david salomon(cornell)”the architecture of patterns” covers designs in progress, june 2009.