The amount of information, books and texts around design is so vast that getting lost in the essential bibliography can be quite easy. While it is always important to be on the lookout for new authors who challenge current design paradigms, it is equally essential to refer to the texts and titles that shaped the profession as we know it today. In this article you will find a selection of the favorite design books by Mario Eskenazi ( @Marioskenazi ), legendary Spanish graphic designer who received the National Design Award (Spain, 2000). Mario Eskenazi's projects in the course
"Ad Hoc Design: memorable graphic identities". 18 design T-Shirt Designbooks (classic and modern) to inspire you From foundational texts such as the Müller-Brockman grid system, to monographs of interesting figures in design, each of the books alluded to in this list is a journey through the fascinating history of graphic design. Take note! Lattice Systems , by Josef Müller-Brockman The grid system is perhaps one of the foundations of graphic design as we understand it today. Under this scheme, it is intended to provide a logical, consistent model with a visual coherence
that serves designers in the creation of well-structured and balanced designs. Created by legendary Swiss graphic designer Josef Müller-Brockman, Grid Systems in Graphic Design is an essential book for anyone seeking to understand the elementary principles of design and gain insight into the use of grids over time.