Self-Publishing: Thinking About Design – Fraser Muggeridge





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Published on Sep 26, 2013

This is the first in a series of films offering insight and advice about independent or self-publishing. Stay tuned for upcoming films on printing, distributing and selling your publication.

But let's start at the beginning -- with design.

Fraser Muggeridge is a graphic designer and teacher whose studio, called Fraser Muggeridge Studio, is based in Clerkenwell, London. He's produced publications and design pieces for artists and organisations including Jeremy Deller, Yoko Ono and Art on the Underground.

REcreative went to visit Fraser to find out more about what graphic design means when it comes to producing a publication -- what's involved, where to look for inspiration and why it's important to keep an open mind about what kind of publication you should produce.

Film: Sophie Smith


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