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All For a Few Good Waves: David Carson Documentary by Dress Code

Published Apr 21, 2016

David Carson is arguably the world’s most well known graphic designer. “All For a Few Good Waves” is a new documentary by New York-based production company Dress Code, offering a raw glimpse into the life and work of David, an uncompromising genius, who refuses to be anyone but himself.

“After a career as a top ranked pro surfer and high school sociology teacher, he rose to prominence in the 90’s after art directing Transworld, Beach Culture and Ray Gun Magazines before going on to start his studio. With no formal design training, Carson took the design world by storm, upending conventions and breaking traditional rules he didn’t even know existed.”

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