This highly sought-after volume detailing one of the most influential magazines of the twentieth century is now back in print at a newly affordable price. In 1950, Fleur Cowles established what would become one of the most important and talked about magazines ever created.
Written by Valentina Dalla Costa
Scavolini has been Italy’s favorite kitchen brand since 1984 and is now preparing to celebrate half a century of activity and market presence since its founding in 1962.
BIG PLANS! MODERN FIGURES, VISIONARIES, AND INVENTORS: ON APPLIED MODERNISM IN SAXONY-ANHALT, 1919-1933
Written by Wyss, Beat
Ninety years after the Bauhaus first opened its doors in Dessau, Big Plans! Modern Figures, Visionaries, and Inventors examines for the first time the role of the Bauhaus in the early modernist vision of utopia.
Written by Miller, Larry
Maurice R. Stein and Larry Miller's Blueprint for Counter Education is one of the defining (but neglected) works of radical pedagogy of the Vietnam War era.
Written by Moleskine
This book is the last graphic work produced and wholly conceived by Bob Noorda. Bob Noorda was a Dutch designer and architect who naturalized as an Italian citizen. Starting in the 1960s, he came to the fore as one of the main artificers of the renewal of twentieth-century Italian graphic art. Noorda worked in the Dutch capital until 1954, when he decided to move to Italy to settle in Milan.
Written by Ina Saltz
Body Type is an eye-opening look into the amazingly creative ways that tattoo artists are utilizing typography. Whereas the majority of tattoo art uses images to convey messages, here the message actually is the image. Twenty-six alphabetical characters might not seem like much to work with, but a look through these photographs reveals the contrary.
Written by Wasserman, Krystyna
Women have been pioneers in the field of book arts, crafting intimate and insightful works that blend word, image, and media together in exciting and unique ways. Whether produced as one-offs or manufactured in serial form, these volumes share a wonderful craft aspect that has broad appeal to fellow artists, collectors, and ordinary readers alike.
Written by Holstein, Jurgen
Roaring Jackets: The finest German publishing 1919 1933 The years between the First and Second World Wars in Germany are famed for their cultural boom. With Berlin as its epicenter, the Weimar Republic was replete with ground-breaking literature, philosophy, and art.