The Design History Society recently teamed up with RIT Press to present to DHS members an exclusive offer of 30% off RIT Press titles.
RIT Press is a scholarly publishing enterprise at Rochester Institute of Technology. Established in 2001 as RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press, the Press initially focused on publishing titles that documented graphic communication processes, printing history and bookmaking, but has since expanded into graphic design, fine art, typography, photography, and more. Producing highly illustrated monographs, such as the Chapbook series, which offers a snapshot into the life and works of key design pioneers, RIT Press covers a wide range of subject areas within art and design history.
To browse the list of titles available under the offer, please visit the Boydell & Brewer website, or to access offer codes, please e-mail the DHS administrator, Elli Michaela Young, via: firstname.lastname@example.org.