Morrison: Jasper Morrison

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"Morrison: Jasper Morrison", by Jasper Morrison, Art and Architecture critic Charles Arthur Boyer, and art historian Federica Zanco, consists of a short background on the British product and furniture designer, and a substantial interview written in question-and-answer style, surrounded with splashes with of photographs, drawings, and sketches.

Per back cover:  "In the early 1980's, Jasper Morrison anticipated what was to be the ethical position of the designer in a period of crisis, emerging as one of the instigators of the neo-minimalist movement of the 1990s.  Concerned at once by questions of plasticity and efficacy, his work's development obeys an implacable logic of eliminating decorative effects in favour of a search for the objects essence."

 Softcover, 125 pages.