The Graphic World of Paul Peter Piech

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Jun 17, 2014 9:21PM
"I've been called a Fascist. I've been called a Communist. I've been called a racist. I've been called everything after any of my shows happen because of certain posters, you see. But they can't pin me down to any 'isms… I just look at humanity the way it is and then I make a graphic expression of it. The purpose of graphic expression is to realize some truth that they're missing and to do something about it… I don't want to sit around and be silent." Featured quote and featured image, the poster "Peace is Just Understanding People - Helping Them" (1980) are reproduced from Four Corners' The Graphic World of Paul Peter Piech, the galvanizing first monograph on acclaimed Brooklyn-born, UK-based designer.
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