Move over Phaidon Design Classics, there’s a new must-have box set in town. In this corner, weighing in with 3,300 illustrations (3,000 in color), 1,000 pages, and 500 graphic design projects—film graphics, books, magazines and newspapers, logos, album covers, posters, and more—created since the advent of mechanical reproduction, we have The Phaidon Archive of Graphic Design, out this week in a DIY book-in-a-box format. The enclosed dividers can be used to organize the pages (sturdy double-sided cards) according to your own design: chronologically, alphabetically, by designer, by subject, or something more subjective, such as “love,” “hate,” “wish I’d thought of that,” and “so that’s where they got that idea.”
Taught by an editor at Alloy Entertainment, the goal of this class is to finish your YA or middle grade novel in 12 weeks. Starting on March 10, you will learn how to write a proposal that doesn’t end up in the slush pile, evaluate your story arc for a teen audience, get an agent (if you need one!), and more! Get $25 OFF with code BYEFEB. Register Now!