Logic and Design: In Art, Science, & Mathematics (Paperback)
A minor classic since its first publication in the United States in 1989, "Logic & Design examines some of the key principles of design and shows how these also underlie much of what we know of art, mathematics, and science. It covers such topics as number, ratio and scale, rhythm and harmony, similarity and contrast, and suggests how these may relate to design problems.
The late Krome Barratt taught in the Department of Environmental Design at the Polytechnic of North London. A painter whose work was exhibited in his native Britain and in the United States, he served as president of the National Society of Painter, Sculptors, and Printmakers, and president of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.