Beauty--the book, born out of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's 2015 Triennial of the same name, curated by Andrea Lipps and Ellen Lupton--showcases some of the most exciting and provocative design created around the globe during the past three years.
Written by Heller, Steven
Any designer who runs a studio, office, or firm is entrepreneurial. In fact, anyone with a studio already has an infrastructure for entrepreneurial content development, and with the technological developments over the last few decades, there are more opportunities now than ever.
At some point before publication, a book assumes its final form, the form in which it is experienced by its audience. Naturally, this audience is often oblivious to the many, sometimes complex, decisions involved in constructing visual meaning through the montage of different ideas and elements.
Written by Helbich, David
"Belgian solutions is first of all a title, that became a way of speaking: 'Look, a Belgian solution.' It all started with me stopping to take pictures of situations that I later began publishing on Facebook under this title.
Written by Cultural Media Sandu
Well-printed material not only attracts attention, but also draws the viewer to touch it and to experience its surface. The special creations documented in this book are the result of designers unlimited imagination. The seemingly cold, unemotional printing applications viewers may be accustomed to are transformed into projects defined by liveliness and experimentation.
The guidebook to Germany's capital of creativity. Berlin's mayor once summed up the city as "poor but sexy." Today, Berlin's creative scene has moved on and is more alive, experimental, and professional than ever before. The Berlin Design Guide is a practical handbook for anyone who wants to get to know this seething metropolis and its creative hotspots.
Written by Design Museum
The prestigious Design Museum looks at the fifty design icons that inherently sum up the character of Berlin - whether a classic film, a street sign or an iconic monument.
The rise of infographics across virtually all print and electronic media—from a striking breakdown of classic cocktails to a graphic tracking 200 influential moments that changed the world to visually arresting depictions of Twitter traffic—reveals patterns in our lives and our world in fresh and surprising ways.
Praise for The Best American Infographics “Represent[s] the full spectrum of the genre—from authoritative to playful.”—Scientific American “Not only is it a thing of beauty, it’s also a good read, with thoughtful explanations of each winning graphic.”—Nature “Information, in its raw form, can overwhelm us.