Ronald Shakespear, SEGD Fellow and founder of Diseño Shakespear (Buenos Aires), is self-publishing a retrospective of his photography from the 1960s.
"Today, we know Ronald Shakespear as a designer with a wide portfolio of celebrated identity and environmental graphics projects. But in the 1960s, one of his primary modes of visual expression was portraiture, harnessing black and white photography to capture friends and celebrities in intimate moments," says Leslie Wolke, Leslie Wolke Consulting. "In his forthcoming book, Visiting the Sixties, he shares these photographs again. And today, with the benefit of time and the breadth of his design career, we can appreciate the threads that tie these photos to the rest of Shakespear's body of work."