Most books are shelved by subject according to the Library of Congress classification system, and can be found on different floors of the library.
The call number ranges below will help your browse graphic design topics; be sure to note which floor you should be on in the chart at the bottom of this box.
General art, art history, artists
Commercial art & graphic design
Technique & drawing
Materials, including airbrush
Illustration, including annuals
GD history & designers
Commercial art, promotion
Specific types of advertising art
(brochures, business cards, fliers, logos, menus)
Cards, book & CD jackets
Painting (history & technique)
Engraving, prints, letterheads
Design & decorative arts
Logos & trademarks
Crafts, e.g. origami, paper work
Printing & production, typography
When doing a search for books on the library's website, you can limit your results to eBooks by using the options on the left side. Click BOOKS first, then click FULL-TEXT ONLINE.
Click on the links below to see books the library has on the following subjects:
(You can also use "Browse Search", and select "By Subject" from the drop down menu, to explore more subject headings.)