1723 books (87 pages) in this category
by William Morris
<p>This early work by William Morris was originally published in 1899 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. William Morris was born in London, England in 1834. Arguably best known as a textile designer, he ...eBook
by Dana Beldiman & Constantin Blanke-Roeser
<p>This publication examines the legal aspects of the spare parts market from an IP perspective: specifically whether design protection for spare parts of a complex product extends to the spare part aftermarket, or whether that market should ...eBook
by Satu Miettinen
<p>Service design has established itself as a practice that enables industries to design and deliver their services with a human-centred approach. It creates a contextual and cultural understanding that offers opportunities for new service ...eBook
by Lara Penin
Designing the Invisible
by Ms Lara Penin
<p>A comprehensive introduction to designing services according to the needs of the customer or participants, this book addresses a new and emerging field of design and the disciplines that feed and result from it.</p> <p>Despite its intrinsic ...eBook
by GREGORY MIROW
Aztec calendars, gods of medicine and war, animals, mythological characters, and scores of other striking images from the pre-Columbian world are at your fingertips in this treasury of permission-free art. Comprising a vibrant compilation of 240
by DORIS ROSENTHAL
Selected from the ancient art and artifacts of an international array of museum collections, this spectacular volume offers a unique collection of unusual animal motifs from Prussia, Egypt, Persia, China, Germany, Sweden, and other regions. ...
by JIM HARTER
Contemporary artists and designers are finding the wood engraving one of the most highly desirable sources of illustration for many design purposes. Simple and bold or capable of the most exquisite effects of tonal gradation, this elegant ...
The Movies and Shows that Changed the World of Japanese Animation
by Chris Stuckmann
by JEFF A. MENGES
According to legend, a resourceful bride won a stay of execution by captivating a sultan with a series of fantastic tales and after 1,001 nights, the sultan could not bear to part with his storyteller. More than a thousand years later, readers ...
by J. BOURGOIN
By forbidding the representation of the human figure, the Mohammedan religion helped push Islamic art along a path much different from that of traditional European art. European abounds with perspective renderings of figures and landscapes, ...
by Margaret Hartwell
Archetypes in Branding: A Toolkit for Creatives and Strategists offers a highly participatory approach to brand development. Combined with a companion deck of sixty original archetype cards, this kit will give you a practical tool to:, ...
How Designers and Architects Created the Digital Landscape
by Molly Wright Steenson
<p><strong>Architects who engaged with cybernetics, artificial intelligence, and other technologies poured the foundation for digital interactivity.</strong></p> <p>In <em>Architectural Intelligence</em>, Molly Wright Steenson explores the workeBook
by Matt Bua
by Jennifer Hudson
100 graphic designers, 10 curators, 10 classics
by Anthon Beeke
Studies in Japanese Porcelain
by Anniina Koivu
Horst P. Horst and Valentine Lawford in Vogue
by Horst P Horst
by Joan Gibbons
<p>Art and advertising are often seen as enemies, with the one being free from commercial concerns and the other dependent upon them. In this clearly-written and wide-ranging book, Joan Gibbons argues rather for a mutually enriching relationshipeBook
by Lindsey Marshall