Menu Design in America - A Visual and Culinary History of Graphic Styles and Design 1850-1985.pdf

Menu Design in America - A Visual and Culinary History of Graphic Styles and Design 1850-1985 PDF

Jim Heimann

Jusquà ce que les restaurants deviennent monnaie courante à la fin du XIXe siècle, les menus imprimés détaillant les plats proposés étaient un accessoire rare reservé aux grandes occasions. Avec la multiplication des établissements de bouche, le menu est devenu bien plus quune simple liste de mets et de prix. Il fait aujourdhui partie intégrante de lexpérience culinaire, et est devenu un outil commercial tout comme un souvenir que lon conserve. Menu Design vous fait découvrir les plus beaux exemples de cet art graphique. Vibrant de couleurs, ce volume compact nest pas un simple catalogue de témoignages éphémères sur papier

Menu Design In America - A Visual and Culinary History of ... Menu Design In America - A Visual and Culinary History of Graphic Style and Design 1850-1985: Date sortie / parution : 12/08/2011: EAN commerce : 9783836526623: ISBN : 978-3-8365-2662-3: Dimensions : 32.60x26.00x4.20: Poids (gr) : 2350: Nombre de pages : 389

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