951 books (48 pages) in this category
Designing for Legibility
by Sofie Beier
"Clothing of the Bad, Beautiful & Misunderstood"
by Roger K. Burton
Hollywood Fame and Fashion
by Frank Trapper
<DIV><P>Originally published in 2007, <B>Red Carpet</B> struck a chord with all of us who can't get enough of the Hollywood red carpet scene at the biggest celebrity award shows, movie premieres, and parties. No book since the original ...
Cutting-Edge Clothing from Upcycled Materials
by Sass Brown
Technology and Craft in Typography
by David Jury
<p>With the rise of digital technology as a design tool and its acceptance as simply part of the tool chest for today's design studios, there has been a re-evaluation and return to exploring pre-digital typography.<br /> Design studios no ...eBook
by Annette Cooper
Remembering Georges documents the memories of staff and clients before this living connection fades. The unique 'voice? of each interviewee shines through, because the memories are in their own words. This richly illustrated book displays some ...
by Gary Embury & Mario Minichiello
<p>The power of reportage drawing is in the immediacy of the images that are created and the feeling of the illustrator's presence on location. Comparable in some ways to photojournalism, reportage illustrators are acting as visual journalists, ...eBook
by Louise Schouwenberg
by Alex Milton
by Jonathan Olivares
Design: Craft and Industry
by Peter Fiell
Digital Stories on Paper
by Ines de la Fressange
<DIV><P>For decades, Roger Vivier has created visionary shoes and bags that, over time, have become icons of fashion. This book tells the story of this achievement and offers a fresh take on the designer's legendary accessories, as seen ...
by Roland Mouret
<DIV>A much-anticipated first monograph on London-based French fashion designer Roland Mouret, famous for his iconic Galaxy dress – the defining look of the noughties – and as the go-to label for chic, figure-enhancing women's ...
by Matthew Collings
by GALLI CHRISTIAN
Ron Arad is an Israeli industrial designer, artist and architect and is recognised worldwide for his original furniture and lighting designs, notably the 'Bookworm' book case and Swarovski crystal chandelier. Published in the same style as the ...
by Ronan Bouroullec
by Ronan Bouroullec
by Jonathan Chapman
<p>As a cultivated form of invention, product design is a deeply human phenomenon that enables us to shape, modify and alter the world around us – for better or worse. The recent emergence of the sustainability imperative in product design ...eBook
by Canadian Rubber Co.
<p>First published in 1906, this vintage book contains an illustrated catalogue of "Royal Canadian" boots and shoes for both men and women. It includes information concerning the company, as well as an exposition of their ethos, an ...eBook
"Get creative with stamps, rollers and other printmaking techniques"
by Stephen Fowler