now you see me: 100 years of black design


Black designers have worked in every major industry for decades without gaining the spotlight. This vibrant and wide-ranging book, full of photographs and illustrations, brings a century of Black designers and their work into focus. In three sections - Fashion, Architecture and Graphic Design - it presents pioneering work of key figures and explores how Black design has been perceived within culture and society. In figures such as Ann Lowe, Dapper Dan, Norma Sklarek, Francis Kere, Emory Douglas and Liz Montague, it unveils what it means to be a Black designer.


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