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Chip Kidd

Fiction

Interviewed by: Dennis Conrow

Catalog Number: 20080620

Chip Kidd , who has been described as the world’s most famous book cover designer, has worked at Knopf for over 20 years.  Now a novelist too, he talks about his two books The Cheese Monkeys and The Learners.  In this conversation with New Letters on the Air’s Dennis Conrow, Kidd explains how to see with a designer’s eye, and talks about the challenging transition from working with pictures to working with words.

| Subject Matter: Graphic Design, Art | Interview Year: 2008 | Genre: Fiction |

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