Common Interest explores document design in the fields of arts, culture, academia, public sector an charities. Displayed, handed out or sold in art galleries, cultural events and other public places, these designs are shared by the general public.
This book collects a series of bold, exciting graphic solutions for cutting edge restaurants all over the world. These projects show us how a successful graphic identity captures the spirit of the restaurant and provides a backdrop to the culinary experience.
The portrait is a classic theme in art, one that sometimes seems as though it has nothing left to surprise us. From portraits made of food or maps to figures that come from a cassette tape or even profiles that emerge from a landscape...
The images contained in this book are not images at all. They are ideas, they are metaphors, they are worlds contained in a single frame.
First title from the new collection DIY, Do It Yourself, about wrapping. Organised into four chapters: Wrapping Paper, Boxes & Envelopes, Bows and Wrap, they will show the final product as well as step by step images of the entire process.
Animals have long been a source of inspiration in the worlds of design and decorative arts. Whether a classic leopard print, or a stylised sculpture, animals provide a rich and vibrant focus for design projects.
This book explores the rise of this phenomenon, and gives a look at the design side of cycling – in the bicycles themselves, and in related products and cycling-inspired materials.
Managing Design for Profits provides guidelines on an effective integration of the function of design in the company, helping to reduce the risks of taking decisions. The tools and concepts offered in these pages are open so that each one makes them personal. It is not a treatise of design ma ...
The language of symbols is universal, unambiguos and intelligible in every region and culture. Featuring more than 500 outstanding artworks and individual characters by 100 international artists, this book is giving insight to the current trends in figurative design.
The book shows you how you can add a personal, creative touch to your surroundings by using things that might otherwise be recycled or thrown away.