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1000 symboles du Québec
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1000 symboles du Québec
Gérard Bochud
1983
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Published by: Presses de l'Université du Québec
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SUMMARY
Le présent ouvrage collige mille symboles créés au Québec par des graphistes québécois. Ces symboles, diffusés ici et ailleurs dans le monde, ne représentent qu'une petite partie de la création de ces dernières années. D'abord un document de référence préalable à une recherche de création pour un nouveau symbole, il poursuit aussi l'objectif de stimuler la créativité dans le monde du graphisme
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Title Page, Copyright
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Remerciements
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Préface. Le symbole d’entreprise: un outil de marketing avant d’être une belle image
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Sommaire des formes apparentées
p. 8
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Légende accompagnant les symboles
pp. 9-183
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Index
pp. 185-203
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ISBN9782760523135
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9782760506886

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OCLC236375312
Pages214
Launched on MUSE2013-01-01
Language
French

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