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Unit Editions – Herb Lubalin

We post regularly about Unit Editions (the publishing collaboration between Tony Brook and Adrian Shaughnessy) because we’re huge fans of their books. I’m so excited about their latest piece that I can’t wait until its out to post this (a review upon release will follow). The subject of the book is Herb Lubalin – one of the most loved, influential and renowned American graphic designers – who up till now has been poorly represented in print.

At close to 500 pages this hardback tome is not for the faint-hearted, but it surely deserves a spot on every studio / designers shelf (alongside Bass, RandDorfsmanGlaser).

Treat yourself – pre-order now and save yourself a tenner.

Roll on August!


This meticulously researched book offers a complete career overview of Lubalin, beginning with his early days as one of the original Mad Men in the New York advertising world of the 50s and 60s, and continuing into the years of his greatest achievements as one of the world’s most influential typographers and graphic designers.


Herb Lubalin
American Graphic Designer
Unit 07

Author: Adrian Shaughnessy
Editors: Tony Brook, Adrian Shaughnessy and Alexander Tochilovsky
Design: Spin

Pages: 448
Size: 217x280mm
Format: Hardback
Cover: 3/4 paper wrap with foiled typography

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Have your say

    10th Jul 2012
    9:24 am
  1. I need that book!

  2. Luke TongeLuke Tonge
    10th Jul 2012
    11:06 am
  3. Easiest £55 I ever spent!

  4. Gavin_GPD
    12th Jul 2012
    7:34 am
  5. Sure to be a fantastic read of an absolute legend.

  6. Liam CreanLiam Crean
    13th Jul 2012
    11:13 am
  7. Cracking looking read about a Type master. It’s on my Christmas list.

  8. Carnase
    15th Jul 2012
    4:43 am
  9. Ordered & Shipped! Idea Magazine has been representing Lubalin’s work for years, most recently IDEA NO. 329 : Typo-Graphics of Herb Lubalin.

  10. ish
    25th Jul 2012
    2:59 am
  11. I want it Now!!!!

    Where can i order my copy

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