To become a graphic designer it is important for you to learn this technical art form, from the experts by undergoing some courses in this field. But that is also not enough to make you successful as you need to take advantage of available reference books in graphic designing. Here we've picked some of the best books of graphic designing which you can use for referencing purpose.
Making and Breaking the Grid: Grids can be a wonderful reference for you to design your pattern or image. This book is by Timothy Samara who explained here about the techniques of using the grids appropriately especially in cases where grids appear to be a barrier.
The elements of Graphic designs: It is one of the finest books for the designers who are at the beginner’s stage. This book describes how you can make use of unity, the architecture of page as well as typography.
Go: A Kidd's Guide to Graphic Design: This book is by Chip Kidd who is known for his iconic book design covers and also for his famous work in Jurrasic Park. Basics of designing are shared in the book and best for young kids who want to master their hands in designing.
Andreas Uebela Material: This book is having wide acceptance in the German graphic designing world and also can be a great reference book for you. It’s a book by Andreas Uebela and shared around 85 excellent projects of Andreas using just two specific materials.
Logo Modernism ( Design): This book is by Jens Muller which shares close to 6000 trademarks of the period between 1940 to 1980 to explain how the modernist approach managed to introduce today’s corporate designing identity.
There are many other books on Graphic designing which are now available in the market. Furthermore, forums and websites also provide enough information. It's on you to review and decide which one you want to go with.