1840 books (92 pages) in this category
The extraordinary visual history of the iconic space programme
by Zack Scott
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
by Phaidon Editors
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
by CHRISTIAN STOLL
Derived from various avant-garde painting styles of the early twentieth century, the Art Deco movement comprised a mix of Cubism, abstraction, distortion, and simplification. Geometric shapes and vibrant colours were popular elements of this ...
This dazzling collection offers the very best in Art Deco design. Its tremendous variety includes florals, allover patterns, animal and plant motifs, geometrics, ad graphics, fashion spots, and more. More than 200 colour and black-and-white ...
by HENRI RAPIN
A major design movement of the 1920s and 1930s, Art Deco drew its strength from architecture, modern art, primitivism, and industry. It gave us the Chrysler Building and Soviet post art and also gave us a legacy that continues to pulse with ...
by E. H. RASKIN
Derived from a rare French publication of the 1920s, Fantaisies Oceanographiques, these beguiling images pulse with the flowing grace of aquatic life. The 30 full-colour plates feature 56 abstract and figurative patterns in authentic Art Deco ...
by Polly Pinder
100 decorative, stylised designs inspired by the beautiful linear patterns and images of the Art Deco movement. ...
by Paola Di Trocchio
by TOM TIERNEY
Introduced on a grand scale at the 1925 Paris International Exposition, the new Art Deco style expressed modernity and new technologies that were changing the world. In the realm of fashion, it was the new ""chic,"" representing glamour, luxury,