955 books (48 pages) in this category
by Adrian Shaughnessy
A History - Second edition
by Stephen J Eskilson
From Victorian to Hipster
by Heller Steven
by TOM TIERNEY
Two lifelike paper dolls and 30 haute couture outfits by Chanel, Paquin, Jacques Heim, Mainbocher, Pauline Trigere, Givenchy, Cardin, Norell, other greats. Publisher's Note. Captions. ...
by Steven Bluttal
Creative Alphabets for Any Occasion
by Thy Doan Graves
Now you can learn to hand-letter in more than 50 alphabets in one amazing package. ...
Essential Instruction and 80+ Worksheets for Modern and Classic Styles-Easy Tear-Out Practice Sheets for Alphabets, Quotes, and More
by Abbey Sy
Removable practice sheets in a range of lettering styles from traditional to modern and for a variety of lettering mediums; includes basic instruction and offers guidance and inspiration throughout. ...
A Guide to Modern Lettering, Calligraphy, and Art Techniques
by Lisa Engelbrecht
A gift package that includes an informational book and companion sketchpad featuring prompts and samples to get you started. ...
by Glenda Bailey
by Professor Clair Hughes
<p>Although a hat may be designed for the purpose of practicality or aesthetics, it is part of a complex interplay of wider cultural meanings. Throughout history hats have played a significant role in expressing and revealing notions of class, ...eBook
by Clair Hughes
Bowlers, Berg res, berets and beyond, this is the ultimate guide to hats through history. From the lavish fashion hats of Marie Antoinette's court to the experimental millinery of Stephen Jones and Philip Treacy, <i>Hats</i> takes us on a ...
Turning Intelligence into Magic
by John Hegarty
<p>First published by Thames & Hudson in 2011, this is a book that no creative professional should be without. Written by one of the worlds leading advertising men, it contains over four decades of wisdom and insight from the man who put ...eBook
by Louise Schouwenberg
A Way of Living
by Herman Miller
New Contemporary Fashion
by Annie Owens Attaboy
by Daniel James Cole
Creating Relaxed Spaces of Your Own
by Jason Grant
That sun-drenched, peaceful feeling of a perfect vacation shouldn’t have to go away when you get back home. Taking inspiration from road-trips, beach houses, boutique hotels and summer holidays spent playing under a sprinkler, Mr Jason Grant ...
by Kothenschulte Daniel
Tinseltown's golden era, illustrated: From Chaplin's last silent films to the colorful Wizard of Oz In the 1930s, the legendary City of Cinema moved from the silent era to the talking picture. It was a decade of pomp and excess in the motion ...
by Sandra di Pasqua