Computer Arts Collection is a new annual series of six in-depth guides from the makers of Computer Arts. I’ve seen one of these babies in person and it is gorgeous—it features everything from work samples to designer profiles to a full breakdown of one studio’s design process, not to mention high quality production details. I admit I’m a bit of a magazine collector, so I may be biased, but it truly is a visually rich and informative publication—not something you’d throw in the recycling bin.
The first issue should be in available in the US soon at Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, Chapters in Canada, and WHSmiths in the UK, or you can buy a copy online. If you’re looking for more details, you can find them in this post, and also flip through a digital sampler of the publication right here.
I want a copy; I cannot wait until this is available in the U.S.
It’s already in the US. I saw it at B&N last week
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