Views : When it was first published in 1975, Views received enormous critical and popular acclaim. Showcasing Roger Dean's early work, the book was produced with the aim of creating a full-color format that was as big as a record album but less expensive to buy - a daunting challenge in an age before digital production. Views showcases the first seven years of Roger Dean's work after his graduation, in 1968, from the Royal College of Art. It includes innovative furniture designs and architectural projects; paintings and graphics; branding such as the Yes typography and the first Virgin Records logo; groundbreaking stage sets; and album art including covers such as the award-winning Tales From Topographic Oceans. This new edition streamlines the original square format and retains the combination of concept sketches and lavishly displayed finished pieces. Featuring a new foreword by Sir Richard Branson and revamped design, Views showcases and celebrates the art that defined an era.