For our final book group meeting of the season, we'll be reading Ellen Lupton's Design Is Storytelling.
Design is problem-solving, yes. But that, by itself, may be a limited definition. In this book, renowned curator, design educator, and AIGA medalist Ellen Lupton argues that to leave out the narrative power of design is to ignore one of the most potent tools a designer has.
Available in paperback. Or check your local library.
The AIGA Boston Book Group meets every other month at a local restaurant to talk books about design over dinner with fellow members of the Boston design community.
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