Scott King Art Works review

Designer, artist, writer: Scott King defies easy or lazy categorisation. A new book, Scott King: Art Works covers the full range of his output from 1992 to the present. For the November issue of CR, Rick Poynor took a look inside

Designer, artist, writer: Scott King defies easy or lazy categorisation. A new book, Scott King: Art Works covers the full range of his output from 1992 to the present. For the November issue of CR, Rick Poynor took a look inside

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