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A complete guide to designing and crafting hand-bound books
by Center for Book Arts
With Bookforms, learn an array of traditional and contemporary hand-bookbinding methods from around the world from the instructors at the Center for Book Arts. ...
Elaborate strands of flowers, dramatic Art Deco designs, ethereal rings of angels this affordable volume offers endless inspiration to professional and amateur artists alike with more than 200 colour and black-and-white designs. Painstakingly ...
by CAROL BELANGER GRAFTON
Art Nouveau swept turn-of-the-century Europe and America with its graceful, flowing lines and sensuous female figures. Today the style enjoys renewed popularity among artists and craftspeople drawn to its timeless beauty.A noted artist and ...
by CHARLES DERRIEY
In the mid-19th century, typefounders plied their trade with an extraordinary exuberance, creating a new and dazzling range of typefaces and ornamentation that in sheer versatility, ornate beauty, and sumptuousness remain unsurpassed. Today, as ...
by KRISTINA SELESHANKO
This revealing history of corsetry ranges from the 19th through the mid-20th centuries to show how simple laced bodices developed into corsets of cane, whalebone, and steel. Lavish illustrations include line drawings and photographs. Corsets in
by Contino Jon
100 Principles for Building Brands
by Kevin Budelmann
<i>Brand Identity Essentials</i> lays a foundation for brand building, defining the tools and building blocks, and illustrating the construction of strong brands through examples of world-class design. ...
by VOGEL THOMAS
by Hywel Davies
by Shawn Dahl
200 years of American style
by Kate Betts
<DIV>Since 1818, Brooks Brothers, America's oldest clothing brand, has grown into a global sartorial institution that has influenced American style through its iconic fashions, which conjure intimate memories of pivotal life events – ...
The Lightness of Art
by Pierpaolo Antonello, Matilde Nardelli & Margherita Zanoletti
<p>Bruno Munari was one of the most important and eclectic twentieth-century European artists. Dubbed the «Leonardo and Peter Pan» of contemporary art, he pioneered what would later be labelled kinetic art, playing a key role in the constitutioneBook
by ROBIN LANDA
What is your brand? As a designer your success depends on how you brand yourself and the service you provide. This book will help you explore, develop, distil, and determine a distinctive brand essence, differentiate yourself, and create your ...
by SCOTT LERMAN
'Building Better Brands' is the essential guide to creating and evolving brands. Leveraging three decades of brand consulting for legendary companies like Caterpillar, Harley-Davidson, 3M, Owens-Illinois, National Australia Bank, and American ...
Innovative Concepts for Presenting Your Work
by Sara Eisenman
Brush up your books and PDF portfolios and improve your understanding of what the current standards are. ...
The designs and illustrations in this collection have been gathered from many rare and unusual sources. Realistic to decorative images include single designs, combinations, allover patterns, motifs, and a host of other formats. More than 230 ...
A memoir of love, despair and reinvention
by Alannah Hill
by POP CHART LAB
Whether out of classroom nostalgia or curiosity, bibliophiles and grammar geeks of all ages will love how these postcards illuminate the overlap between opening lines and good design. Based on one of Pop Chart Lab's bestselling posters, this ...
A how-to guide and gallery exploring the art of the flourish
by Schin Loong
A hands-on guide to modern penmanship art. She opens with the simplest flourishes and shows how to combine and build with those basic shapes to construct masterworks. ...
by Calvin Klein
<DIV>As an icon of minimalism, modernism, sexual provocation, and androgyny, Calvin Klein’s first book will find broad appeal with anyone interested in design, fashion, or photography. Few names in fashion are as recognizable as that of ...