Written by Samantha De Tillio
Wendell Castle Remastered examines the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle (born 1932), acclaimed figure of the American art furniture movement.
Written by Kenya Hara
"White" is not a book about colors. It is rather Kenya Haras attempt to explore the essence of "White", which he sees as being closely related to the origin of Japanese aesthetics - symbolizing simplicity and subtlety. The central concepts discussed by Kenya Hara in this publication are emptiness and the absolute void. Kenya Hara also sees his work as a designer as a form of communication.
Written by Mike Perry
Known worldwide as a creative darling, Mike Perry’s celebrated DIY style of hand-drawn rendering has influenced a generation of contemporary designers and illustrators.
"Working" presents products from work and technology oriented fields such as offices, heating and air conditioning, industry and crafts, life science and medicine, as well as computers and information technology. Additionally, the design team of the year, as well as designer and jury portraits will be shown.
Cultured conversation: Neat pictograms from Yang Liu explore the differences between East and WestAlready an online phenomenon, East Meets West is the first volume in designer Yang Liu s successful infographic series.
Truth or dare? Bright, bold pictograms on the roles, relationships, and cliches of male and female experience. Imagine a setting in which a man wearing a dress might be as habitual as a woman in trousers. Where a woman exposing herself in public wasn t sexy, but as creepy as a male flasher. Where professional status and success presented the same prospects for both sexes.