The good thing about this book is the number of festivals covered. Unfortunately, that's also the bad thing since the examples featured for each festival is really limited. There are lots of different graphic styles which are quite nice, but just when you want to see more, you're next page on a new festival.
The text talks much on the festivals but not on graphic design side like associated colours, symbols. At times, I felt like I was reading a book on festivals rather than graphic design on festivals.
Hopefully, if there's another volume of festive graphics, a few can be singled out for more focus with more graphics, like the big ones - Christmas, Chinese New Year, weddings, birthdays...
By the way, this book has two different publishers (Rockport Publishers and RotoVision) so the covers may look different.
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