Posts tagged "book"
Inkarnation - book about tattoo and lifestyle

Inkarnation – book about tattoo and lifestyle

Inkarnation is not an ordinary book about tattoo –  it’s a testament to the passion and the lifestyle of the tattoo culture. Inkarnation features selected premium photography from international top notch photographers. Artists, pin-ups, musicians and people with attitude. No ordinary tattoo stuff from stars to hearts.…, Inkarnation is about love and passion for the tattoo, combined...
Make Design Matter - a little red book about meaningful design

Make Design Matter – a little red book about meaningful design

Make Design Matter – new book by David Carlson, founder of David Report. Make Design Matter is a little Red Book that presents a pocket size guide to meaningful design. Seven stepping-stones that help you cross the stream of change, and get you to the other side, firm and dry. The guide is an important...
New monograph about Bouroullec brothers

New monograph about Bouroullec brothers

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have just announced the upcoming launch of their new book that sets out the result of almost fifteen years of mutual collaboration. Works is a comprehensive monograph featuring a lot of images of their projects, models and drawings. It documents what Ronan and Erwan do by proposing an intuitive understanding, a flowing journey from...
Monograph about Mathieu Lehanneur

Monograph about Mathieu Lehanneur

The German publisher Gestalten is about to publish a monograph about designer Mathieu Lehanneur’s career and inspirations. The book will focus on his intellectual and visual approach. The book gathers photos which inspired, sketches, photos of processes, objects in context and immerses the reader into the very heart of the designer’s studio. Over the years Mathieu Lehanneur has made...
EAT ME - Appetite for Design

EAT ME – Appetite for Design

EAT ME is is the latest publication from Vict:onary – a creative publishing house founded by Victor Cheung in 2001 in Hong Kong. It is a young creative multi-dimensional workshop born to create vibrant visual experience to inspire and ignite the sense of people, inside and outside of the industry. Vict:onary is know for their...
Design, Creativity & Culture: An Orientation to Design

Design, Creativity & Culture: An Orientation to Design

Design, Creativity & Culture is a new book release from Black Dog by Maurice Barnwell which provides an inclusive, cross-cultural study of design that will provoke readers to question both design and culture. The book goes deep into the multidisciplinary nature of design by referencing design history, design process, cultural studies, media studies, visual culture, political culture...
As little design as possible

As little design as possible

As little design as possible is a comprehensive monograph on highly influential product designer Dieter Rams (b.1932). As head of design at Braun from 1961 to 1995, Rams created some of the most iconic objects of the twentieth century. Even if you don’t immediately recognize his name, you have almost certainly used one of the...
ViP Vision in Design - a guidebook for innovators

ViP Vision in Design – a guidebook for innovators

This book is about the design approach ViP, Vision in Product design. ViP is the label of a method that first and foremost supports innovators of any kind to ‘design’ the vision – the raison – d’etre – underlying their design. This vision is firmly rooted in a deliberately constructed future world. Since the vision...
Design notes from the Hangar Design Group

Design notes from the Hangar Design Group

The new book which is illustrating the philosophy of Hangar Design Group will be available in September. A narrative in images of the creative process of the group of designers which has turned the metaphor of flight into its own veritable icon. The book from Hangar Design Group opens a window onto the creative inspiration...
Magic moving images

Magic moving images

The new book Magic moving images from Tarquin Publications is a nice example of an old way to show apparent motion – through sequences of still images in rapid succession. This was actually the only way to see moving pictures in the early years. Even if we live in a more or less digital world...