unsorted bits & pieces from Ale Muñoz, design hacker & freelance librarian

Diseño y retículas, una pequeña bibliografía

Sistemas de retículas. Un manual para diseñadores gráficos - Josef Müller-Brockmann
Editorial Gustavo Gili, ISBN: 978-8425225147

The Grid: A Modular System for the Design and Production of Newpapers, Magazines, and Books - Allen Hurlburt
John Wiley & Sons, ISBN: 978-0471289234

The Vignelli Canon - Mas­simo Vignelli

Grid Systems: Principles of Organizing Type - Kimberly Elam
Princeton Architectural Press, ISBN: 978-1568984650

Principios fundamentales de composición: 100 proyectos de diseño con retículas - Beth Tondreau
Editorial Blume, ISBN: 978-8480768474

Geometry of Design - Kimberly Elam
Princeton Architectural Press, ISBN: 978-1616890360

Making and Breaking the Grid: A Graphic Design Layout Workshop - Timothy Samara
Rockport Publishers, ISBN: 978-1592531257

The Elements of Typographic Style - Robert Bringhurst
Hartley and Marks Publishers, ISBN: 978-0881792058

Ordering Disorder - Khoi Vinh
Pasad de este libro. Aprenderéis lo mismo viendo el PDF de su presentación con Mark Boulton en el SXSW del 2007, “Grids Are Good”: http://www.subtraction.com/pics/0703/grids_are_good.pdf

“"Father, there is nothing more to be done. The steps have been washed for the third time, the stone lanterns and the trees are well sprinkled with water, moss and lichens are shining with a fresh verdure; not a twig, not a leaf have I left on the ground." "Young fool," chided the tea-master, "that is not the way a garden path should be swept." Saying this, Rikiu stepped into the garden, shook a tree and scattered over the garden gold and crimson leaves, scraps of the brocade of autumn! What Rikiu demanded was not cleanliness alone, but the beautiful and the natural also.”

Highlighted by Ale Muñoz in The Book of Tea