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Publisher’s Letter

In an age when our attention is measured in swipes and click-throughs,
many of us are looking for things a bit more, well, permanent: fewer,
in all likelihood, but better made and longer lived. The constant wash of
stimulation, entertainment, and fashion, now all wrapped up into one
fleeting blur, often leaves us feeling unsatisfied, wishing for experiences
with a bit more meaning and purpose.
Meaning and purpose are two essential attributes, I hope, of the books
and products we create here at Princeton Architectural Press. In addition
to making our books as permanent as possible (with, among others,
acid-free papers, Smythe-sewn bindings, and durable materials), we
reject the idea that we need to makes things “lite”-er and more disposable
in order to find a larger audience. In fact, we think the opposite is true:
by creating books and stationery products of lasting value, we connect
with a growing audience of people who crave meaningful, quality products.
The more people who find more in less—who find they’re drowning in a sea
of unsatisfying momentary stimulation and look increasingly for products
more fulfilling and durable—the more attractive our offerings become.
Whether it’s books of reference, wonder, or enlightenment, or journals and
cards for inspiration, note sending, or record keeping, I think you’ll find
more than enough to satisfy your quest for meaning and permanence—
if indeed you share this search—here, in our latest catalog.

Kevin C. Lippert
Publisher

Fall 2016

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Psychobook
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People Knitting
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Dear Data
10 You are Here: NYC
12 Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art
14 The Blind Photographer
16 Labyrinths & Mazes
18 George Tsypin Opera Factory
20 The Business of Creativity
21 Odyssey Works
22 Manual of Section
23 Palazzos of Power
24 Thinking the Contemporary Landscape

C H I L DR E N ’ S

PA P E R + G OOD S

BAC K L I ST H IGH L IGH T S

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Who Built That? Bridges
Pablo and His Chair
Listen! Listen!
Sticker, Shape, Create
Draw Like an Artist
Backlist

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Brillante Pencils
Grids & Guides (Gray)
Observer’s Notebook: Trees
Observer’s Notebook: Astronomy
Fredericks & Mae Paper Games
Woodcut Memory Game
Buddha Notecards
William Morris Notecards
Olivetti Pattern Series Notecards
Finding Home Notecards
Backlist

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Recent and Featured Titles

84 Ordering Information
86 Index

Jelly NYC, View from the Staten Island Ferry, Battery Place
and Washington Street, from You Are Here NYC

Forthcoming Titles

The colorful,
revealing, and
fun world of
psychological
testing
Psychobook
Games, Tests, Questionnaires, Histories
V i s ua l &
p op u l a r C u lt u re

Julian Rothenstein, editor
Introduction by Lionel Shriver

September 2016
8.25 x 11.75 in / 21 x 30 cm
192 pp / 128 color / 35 b+w
Flexi-Hardcover
978-1-61689-492-4
$40.00 / £25.00

Who knew a trip to the therapist could be so much fun, even aesthetically
rewarding? Beyond sharing feelings or complaining about your mother,
Psychobook reveals the rich history of psychological testing in a fascinating
sideways look at classic testing methods, from word-association games
to inkblots to personality tests.
Psychobook includes never-before-seen content from long-hidden
archives, as well as reimagined tests from contemporary artists and writers,
to try out yourself, at home or at parties. A great gift for the therapist
in your life and the therapist in you, for anyone interested in the history
of psychology and psychological paraphernalia, or for anyone who enjoys
games and quizzes. Psychobook will brighten your day and outlook.

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Julian Rothenstein is the publisher of Redstone Press and an editor and
designer. He lives in London, England.

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A tribute
to 100 years
of knitting
in 100
photographs
People Knitting
V i s ua l &
p op u l a r C u lt u re

A Century of Photographs

October 2016
5. x 7.5 in / 13 x 19 cm
144 pp / 90 b+w / 10 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-392-7
$16.95 / £9.99

People Knitting is a charming tribute in vintage photographs and printed
ephemera to the ever-popular, often all-consuming, craft of knitting. When
women posed with their knitting in the earliest nineteenth-century photographs,
it demonstrated their virtue and skill as homemakers. Later, knitting became
fashionable among the wealthy as a sign of culture and artistic ability. During
the two world wars, images of nurses, soldiers, prisoners, and even knitting
clubs composed of very serious small boys—all with heads bent down,
intent on knitting items (especially socks) for the troops—abounded. In the
1950s and 1960s, as snapshots became ubiquitous, knitters took on a jauntier
air, posing with handiwork held proudly aloft. People Knitting is a quirky
and fascinating gift for the knitter in your life.

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Barbara Levine

Barbara Levine is an expert and dealer in snapshot photography. She founded
PROJECT B, a curatorial-services company. She lives in Houston, Texas, and
San Miguel, Mexico.

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The lively
transatlantic
correspondence
between two
artists graphing
their lives
Dear Data
V i s ua l &
p op u l a r C u lt u re

Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec
Introduction by Maria Popova

September 2016
8 x 10 in / 20.5 x 25.5 cm
224 pp / 300 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-532-7
$35.00

Equal parts mail art, data visualization, and affectionate correspondence, Dear
Data celebrates “the infinitesimal, incomplete, imperfect, yet exquisitely human
details of life,” in the words of Maria Popova (Brain Pickings), who introduces
this charming and graphically powerful book. For one year, Giorgia Lupi, an
Italian living in New York, and Stefanie Posavec, an American in London, mapped
the particulars of their daily lives as a series of hand-drawn postcards they
exchanged via mail weekly—small portraits as full of emotion as they are data,
both mundane and magical. Dear Data reproduces in pinpoint detail the full year’s
set of cards, front and back, providing a remarkable portrait of two artists connected
by their attention to the details of their lives—including complaints, distractions,
phone addictions, physical contact, and desires. These details illuminate the lives of
two remarkable young women and also inspire us to map our own lives, including
specific suggestions on what data to draw and how. A captivating and unique book
for designers, artists, correspondents, friends, and lovers everywhere.

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Giorgia Lupi trained as an architect in Italy but moved to New York City in 2012
to work as a graphic designer. Stefanie Posavec, born in Denver, Colorado, worked
as a book cover designer before moving to London, England, in 2004, where she now
works in data visualization and information design.

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200 extraordinary
maps created
from 1600 to 2015
You Are Here: NYC
V i s ua l &
p op u l a r C u lt u re

Mapping the Soul of the City

November 2016
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25.5 cm
192 pp / 200 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-526-6
$24.95 / £14.99

Maps are magical. Every graphic, like every story, has a point of view, and
New York is rife with mapmaking possibilities, thick with mythology, and glutted
with history. You Are Here: NYC assembles some two hundred maps charting
every inch and facet of the five boroughs, depicting New Yorks of past and
present, and a city that never was.
“A Nightclub Map of Harlem” traces a boozy night from the Radium
and the Cotton Club to the Savoy and then the Lafayette; “Wonders of New
York” pinpoints three hundred sites of interest, including the alleged location of
Captain Kidd’s buried treasure; the Ghostbusters subway map plots the route
from Astral Projections Place to Stay Puft Street; and a rejected proposal of
ornate topiaries illustrates a Central Park that might have been. This sequel to
the best-selling You Are Here includes original essays by Bob Mankoff, Maria
Popova, Sarah Boxer, and Rebecca Cooper, among others.

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Katharine Harmon is an author, editor, curator, and frequent speaker on the
topic of maps in art (and art in maps). She lives in Seattle, Washington.

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A design classic
now back
in print for a
new generation
of designers
and bibliophiles
Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art
gr a ph ic de sign
November 2016
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25.5 cm
256 pp / 153 b+w / 55 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-486-3
$50.00 / £30.00
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Paul Rand
Afterword by Steven Heller

If Paul Rand was the most influential American graphic designer of the
twentieth century, then Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art is the most important
on his work. A comprehensive collection of his most important and
best-known designs, A Designer’s Art gives unique insight into Rand’s design
process and theory. This new edition of Rand’s classic monograph, long
unavailable, meticulously re-creates the graphic quality of the original.
It includes more than two hundred illustrations and twenty-seven essays, and
a new afterword by Steven Heller. This book is required reading for anybody
interested in modern design.
Paul Rand (1914–1996) was educated at the Pratt Institute, Parsons School
of Design, and the Art Students League. He taught design for more than thirty
years at Yale University. He designed many posters and corporate identities,
including the logos for IBM, UPS, and ABC.

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150 extraordinary
photographs
from around
the world
The Blind Photographer
arts &
Pho to gr a ph y

Introduction by Candia McWilliam
Julian Rothenstein and Mel Gooding, editors

September 2016
12.5 x 9 in / 32 x 23 cm
160 pp / 144 color / 15 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-523-5
$45.00 / £27.99

The blind photographer cannot see a butterfly perched perfectly still on
a flower, a bowl of sweet-smelling fruit, or a child’s rattle on a darkened floor,
but the mind’s eye is sharply focused. How then, do blind or partially sighted
people capture such extraordinary images?
The photographs in this revelatory book suggest a deeper truth: that
blindness is itself a kind of seeing, and that those who can see are often blind
to the strangeness and beauty of the world around them. As the blind
photographer Evgen Bavčar writes, “Photography must belong to the blind,
who in their daily existence have learned to become the masters of camera
obscura.” Through the photographs of more than fifty blind or partially sighted
people from around the world, this exhilarating book—the first to explore this
phenomenon in all its vibrancy and diversity—will make you see differently.

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“The best thing to do with stereotypes and preconceptions is to challenge them, and this book,
The Blind Photographer, does just that. It breaks down barriers from both sides and shows
what can be achieved if you turn your back on the doubters and just follow your dreams.
Visions are not seen purely by the eyes but through the spirit.”
—Stevie Wonder

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Features more
than fifty
labyrinths and
mazes, with
stunning
photographs
Labyrinths & Mazes
L a n dsc a pe
a rc h i t ec t u re

A Journey through Art, Architecture, and Landscape

November 2016
9.5 x 6.4 in / 24 x 16.5 cm
216 pp / 250 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-512-9
$39.95 / £25.00

The labyrinth is one of the world’s oldest symbols, and its meaning is often
shrouded in myth and mystery or ties to religious rites. Today, this enigmatic
form inspires artists to create their own interpretations in different, even
unusual, ways, including by working with materials as varied as ice, snow, salt,
wood, stone, glass, cement, and metal. This new collection features both
classical examples and the best contemporary projects, showcasing work by
artists, landscape artists, and architects from around the world. The diverse
and stunning examples include pavement labyrinths of thirteenth-century
French cathedrals, a historic English turf maze, Renaissance hedge mazes, and
numerous present-day projects by artists and architects, including BIG,
Chris Drury, Richard Fleischner, Dan Graham, Robert Irwin, Arata Isozaki,
Robert Morris, Yoko Ono, and Billie Tsien and Tod Williams.

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Francesca Tatarella

Francesca Tatarella is the author of Natural Architecture Now. She is an architect
and designer who lives in Milan, Italy.

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George Tsypin Opera Factory
Invisible City
t h e at er &
p op u l a r C u lt u re

George Tsypin
Foreword by Svetlana Boym

October 2016
12 x 9 in / 31 x 23 cm
224 pp / 167 color / 20 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-524-2
$60.00 / £40.00

Based in New York City—in the grit, steel girders, and graffiti of the metropolis—
George Tsypin’s Opera Factory creates visions of towering gods, underwater
kingdoms, constructivist reveries, skyscraping towers, and earth-bound angels.
Tsypin’s award-winning designs are produced around the world.
This lavishly illustrated monograph introduces Tsypin’s designs for twenty
productions—including the musicals Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and The
Little Mermaid; operas Oedipus Rex and the Ring Cycle; the opening ceremony of
the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi; Cirque du Soleil’s Oasis; and the Seaglass
Carousel in Battery Park. Tsypin uses each project as a starting point for
meditations on creativity and the fleeting nature of performance that will rivet
designers, artists, performers, and anyone interested in the creative process.

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George Tsypin, born in Kazakhstan, is an influential American stage designer,
sculptor, and architect. His awards include an Outer Critics Circle Award
for Outstanding Set Design and an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence of
Set Design.

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Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

Seaglass Carousel

Opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics

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TH E

OF

H OW TO
B U I L D T H E RIG H T T E AM
FO R S UCCE SS

“Mr. Granet has
become to decorators
what Swifty Lazar
was to screenwriters
and starlets.”
—New York Times

The Business of Creativity
De sign &
I n t er ior de sign

How to Build the Right Team for Success

December 2016
8 x 10 in / 20.5 x 25.5 cm
224 pp / 50 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-394-1
$40.00 / £25.00

Long known as the go-to management consultant of the design world, Keith
Granet reveals more of his clear-eyed insights about running a creative business
in this follow-up to his book The Business of Design. While aimed at creative
enterprises, Granet’s advice, quickly summarized as “know what you do best
and focus on that,” applies to any organization, small or large, commercial
or nonprofit. He delves into the skill sets and people needed to grow a business,
as well as the things you don’t need (bad clients, bad employees, negative
energy), in an engaging and easy-to-implement manner. His shrewd
understanding, gleaned from decades of consulting for brands like Harrods,
Pantone, John Varvatos, and Urban Archeology, makes this essential reading
for anyone managing a business or thinking of starting one.

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Keith Granet formed Granet & Associates in 1991 to provide financial and
operational management services to the design industry. Most recently, Granet
cofounded DesignersAxis, the next generation of technology to transform the
interior design industry. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

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transformative experiences

for an audience of one

Odyssey
Works
Imagine
waking up
in a performance
that is
all about you

Abraham Burickson and Ayden LeRoux

with contributions from Rick Moody

Odyssey Works
Transformative experiences for an audience of one
arts &
per for m a nc e

Abraham Burickson and Ayden LeRoux
With contributions from Rick Moody

November 2016
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
224 pp / 100 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-515-0
$35.00 / £21.99

Odyssey Works infiltrates the life of one person at a time to create a customtailored, life-altering performance. It may last for one day or a few months
and consists of experiences that blur the boundaries of life and art—is that
subway mariachi band, used book of poetry, or meal with a new friend real
or a part of the performance?
Central to this book is their 2013 performance for Rick Moody, author
of The Ice Storm. His Odyssey lasted four months and included a fake children’s
book, introducing the themes of his performance, and a cello concert in
a Saskatchewan prairie (which Moody almost missed after being stopped
at customs with, suspiciously, no idea why he was traveling to Canada).
The book includes Moody’s interviews with Odyssey Works, an original
short story by Amy Hempel, and six proposals for a new theory of making art.

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Burickson was trained in architecture; his work spans writing, design,
and performance. Ayden LeRoux is an artist, writer, and translator based
in Brooklyn, New York.

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The new
standard reference
on one of
architecture’s
most important
drawing types
Manual of Section
a rc h i t ec t u re

Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J. Lewis

November 2016
7.5 x 11 in / 19 x 28 cm
208 pp / 300 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-255-5
$40.00 / £25.00

Along with plan and elevation, section is one of the essential representational
techniques of architectural design; among architects and educators, debates
about a project’s section are common and often intense. Until now, however,
there has been no framework to describe or evaluate it. Manual of Section
fills this void.
Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J. Lewis have developed seven
categories of section, revealed in structures ranging from simple one-story
buildings to complex structures featuring stacked forms, fantastical shapes,
internal holes, inclines, sheared planes, nested forms, or combinations thereof.
To illustrate these categories, the authors construct sixty-three intricately
detailed cross-section perspective drawings of built projects—many of the most
significant structures in international architecture from the last one hundred
years—based on extensive archival research. Manual of Section also includes
smart and accessible essays on the history and uses of section.

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Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (LTL Architects) is a multiple-award-winning
architecture firm located in New York City. They have completed academic,
institutional, and residential projects throughout the United States.

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American
technological
sublime at
its most dramatic
Palazzos of Power
Central Station of the Philadelphia Electric Company, 1900–1930
a rc h i t ec t u re
November 2016
8.5 x 11 in / 21.5 x 28 cm
160 pp / 124 duotone
Hardcover
978-1-61689-500-6
$29.95 / £18.99
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Joseph E. B. Elliot and Aaron V. Wunsch
Foreword by David E. Nye

“If it isn’t Electric, it isn’t Modern.” Such was the slogan of the Philadelphia
Electric Company, developer of an unprecedented network of massive metropolitan
power stations servicing greater Philadelphia at the turn of the twentieth century.
These once-brilliant sentinels of civic utility and activity were designed to convey
“solidity and immensity” in an age of deep public skepticism. They now stand vacant
and decaying, a “blight” in the eyes of city planners and a beacon to urban explorers.
The first book on the buildings and machines that made possible the
electrification of the United States, Palazzos of Power offers a visual and analytical
exploration of architecture, technology, place, loss, and reuse. With a foreword
by David Nye, this collection of Joseph Elliott’s beautiful large-format photographs
reveal the urban landscape, monumental spaces, giant machinery, and intricate
controls that made up the central station. Aaron Wunsch’s essay provides historical
context on the social and political climate.
Joseph E. B. Elliott is professor of art at Muhlenberg College, and his photographs
have appeared in Smithsonian, Wired, and Metropolis magazines.
Aaron V. Wunsch teaches at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate Program
in Historic Preservation.

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L a n dsc a pe
a rc h i t ec t u re
October 2016
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
288 pp / 154 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-520-4
$45.00 / £27.99
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Thinking the Contemporary Landscape
Christopher Girot and Dora Imhof, editors

On the heels of our groundbreaking books in landscape architecture,
James Corner’s Recovering Landscape and Charles Waldheim’s Landscape
Urbanism Reader, comes another essential reader, Thinking the Contemporary
Landscape. Examining our shifting perceptions of nature and place in the
context of environmental challenges and how these affect urbanism and
architecture, the seventeen essayists in Thinking the Contemporary Landscape
argue for an all-encompassing view of landscape that integrates the scientific,
intellectual, aesthetic, and mythic into a new multidisciplinary understanding
of the contemporary landscape. A must-read for anyone concerned about
the changing nature of our landscape in a time of climate crisis.
Christopher Girot is chair of landscape architecture at the Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology in Zürich.
Dora Imhof is a postdoctoral scholar at the Institute for the History and
Theory of Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
in Zürich.

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Children’s

Who Built That? Bridges
An Introduction to Ten Great Bridges and Their Designers
Didier Cornille
October 2016
5.5 x 12.5 in / 14 x 32 cm
96 pp / 90 color
Hardcover
Ages: 6 and up
978-1-61689-516-7
$17.95 / £10.99
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In this latest addition to his popular Who Built That? series, Didier Cornille
presents ten of the most important bridges in the world, from the Brooklyn to
the Golden Gate; from the first in cast iron to the longest in concrete; from small
footbridges to the tallest in the world. Cornille introduces each engineer or
architect and the main concepts of their work through charming step-by-step
drawings and accessible text. Who Built That? Bridges is a fun primer for children
of all ages interested in learning about these incredible structures and the
engineering and design concepts behind each one.
Didier Cornille is a designer, illustrator, and professor at the École des
Beaux-Arts in Le Mans, France.
Inclu d es:

The Iron Bridge (1779), Thomas Farnolls Pritchard
Brooklyn Bridge (1883), John Roebling, Washington Roebling & Emily Warren
Forth Bridge (1890), Sir John Fowler & Sir Benjamin Baker
Plougastel Bridge (1930), Eugène Freyssinet
Sydney Harbour Bridge (1932), John Jacob “Job” Crew Bradfield
Golden Gate Bridge (1937), Joseph Baermann Strauss
Rio-Niterói Bridge (1974), Jean Muller
Millau Viaduct (2004), Norman Foster & Michel Virlogeux
Peace Bridge (2012), Santiago Calatrava
MUCEM Footbridge (2013), Rudy Ricciotti

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Pablo and His Chair
Delphine Perret
September 2016
8.25 x 10.5 in / 21 x 27 cm
32 pp / 24 color
Hardcover
Ages: 3–8
978-1-61689-490-0
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For his birthday, Pablo receives exactly what he doesn’t want: a chair.
Disappointed and angry, he locks himself in his room, determined not to sit on
his new chair. But he starts to play around with it and, by the end of the day,
becomes a chair acrobat. Pablo sets out into the world, performing in amazing
places and drawing great crowds. Eventually, he returns, chair in hand, having
learned that the greatest gifts aren’t always the most obvious and often lie
in our imagination.
Delphine Perret is the author and illustrator of more than a dozen children’s
books, which have been translated into several languages. She has a degree in
illustration from the École des Arts décoratifs de Strasbourg and lives in Lyon,
France. Her most recent book is Pedro and George.

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Back in
Print After
45 Years!

Listen! Listen!
Ann and Paul Rand

Paul Rand and his wife, Ann, wrote this book for their daughter, Catherine,
to explain the interplay of sound and color. Paul’s distinctive papercut illustrations of bold shapes and bursts of color beautifully complement
Ann’s rhythmic text, encouraging children to listen and repeat noises they hear
every day: the “blop” of a raindrop, the “wham!” of a shutting door, the
whisper of the wind in the trees, and the “crunch crunch” of buttered toast.

October 2016
8.25 x 10 in / 21 x 25.5 cm
32 pp / 31 color
Hardcover
Ages: 3–5
978-1-61689-494-8
$17.95 / £10.99
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Ann Rand (1918–2012) trained as an architect and is the author of several
children’s books, including What Can I Be? and Sparkle and Spin. Paul Rand
(1914–1996) was one of the most influential American graphic designers of
the twentieth century.

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Ann Rand (1918–2012) was

trained as an architect under Ludwig
Mies van der Rohe and is the author of
several children’s books, including
Little 1, Sparkle and Spin, and I Know
a Lot of Things.

What
Can I Be?

Ingrid Fiksdahl King is a painter

and professor emeritus of architecture
at NTNU Norway. She is a coauthor,
with Christopher Alexander, of A Pattern
Language, one of the most influential
books on architecture and planning.
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Triangles, squares, circles,
and lines spring to life in
vibrant bursts of color
as they ask: What can I be?
A green triangle ponders
becoming a tent, a kite, a
Christmas tree, and the sail
of a boat ... or why not all
of these things?

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• More than 1,500 mix and
match stickers
• Includes step-by-step
instructions and 29
background scenes
• Fill in the details with
pens and colored pencils

Sticker, Shape, Create
A Sticker Art Activity Book
Thereza Rowe
October 2016
8.25 x 11.75 in / 21 x 30 cm
64 pp / 60 images
1,500 stickers
Paperback
Ages: 5–8
978-1-61689-521-1
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Sticker, Shape, Create is the first in a new series of activity book for creative
children, combining stickers and drawing. With just a few shapes and
simple step-by-step instructions, young artists can create colorful sticker
pictures on a variety of background scenes and then bring them to life
using pens or colored pencils. Each spread features a different theme, from
chirping birds and incredible insects to hot-air balloons, fun cityscapes,
fireworks, and lots more. Pull-out sticker sheets contain the same shapes
in ten different colors, so there is potential for hundreds of unique and
original artwork to be created.
Thereza Rowe, illustrator and author, was born in Brazil and is now based
in London, England. She is also the author of Hearts.

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Draw Like an Artist
A Self-Portrait Sketchbook
Patricia Geis
September 2016
9.25 x 11.75 in / 23.5 x 30 cm
48 pp / 25 images
Paperback
Ages: 10 and up
978-1-61689-510-5
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questions and a matching canvas. The result is a fun-filled artistic journey
for young artists of any skill level to create self-portraits in the style of
different artists, and then finish with their very own composition.

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Patricia Geis is a graphic designer, illustrator, and author of the
Meet the Artist! series: Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse,
and Vincent van Gogh. She lives in Barcelona, Spain.

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Strange Trees
And the Stories Behind Them
Bernadette Pourquié, illustrated by
Cécile Gambini
8.75 x 12 in / 22 x 30.5 cm
40 pp / 30 color / Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up
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Have you ever heard of the Strangler Tree? The Bubblegum
Tree? The Upside-Down Tree? How about trees with horns,
bottles, sausages, crowns, and ones that walk or even
explode? Crazy, maybe, but true. Find out more about these,
and many others, in this colorfully illustrated collection of
the most bizarre—but real—trees from around the world,
once again reminding us that the art of nature is far stranger
than fiction. The perfect book for inquisitive naturalists
with imaginations, Strange Trees also includes a map of the
world showing where the trees grew.
“Charmingly illustrated. .. . Each woody marvel is described in
a separate two-page, colorfully bordered spread, with facts given
on the left, and a dreamy, folk-style painting opposite.”
—Kirkus Reviews

It was so quiet I could hear a pin drop
Andy Goodman
8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm
34 pp / 30 color
Hardcover / Ages: 3–6
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“A child listens closely to the breeze as sounds evoke images
and imaginings. Under a great tree, a child pictured only as
a pale-blue silhouette swings. Across the sky images float by:
a weathervane, feathers, a bright balloon—making the
wind tangible. As the story progresses, Goodman plays
with perspective, shrinking the child and tree until sounds
take center stage. . . . A clever concept, in both progression
and design.”
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RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

The Pancake King
Phyllis La Farge, illustrated by Seymour Chwast
11.5 x 9 in / 29 x 23 cm
32 pp / 16 color
Hardcover / Ages: 3–8
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Henry Edgewood loves making pancakes. He makes them
every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and everyone
in town knows his are the best. But when fame and fortune
knock on the door, in the form of a TV appearance and
an invitation to the White House, Henry—far from family,
friends, and school—learns that there’s a lot more to
pancakes than mixing flour, eggs, and milk.
“A fascinating book about doing what you love,
but also doing things for the right reasons.”
—GeekDad

The Brownstone
Paula Scher, illustrated by Stan Mack
8 x 11 in / 20.5 x 28 cm
32 pp / 17 color
Hardcover / Ages: 3–8
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“Like the tiles in a sliding puzzle, the animal inhabitants
of a three-story townhouse in The Brownstone have
to move around many times, left to right, up and down and
sometimes back again, before everyone slots into the right
place to live. This 1973 picture book, now back in print,
pairs a pleasantly confusing story by graphic designer
Paula Scher with Stan Mack’s color-daubed, wobbly-lined
drawings.”
—Wall Street Journal

AGES 3 AND UP

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Masterpieces Up Close
Western Painting from the 14th to 20th Centuries
Claire d’Harcourt
10.5 x 14.5 in / 26.5 x 37 cm
64 pp / 208 color / 21 lift-up flaps
Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up
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“Not only is the ‘find the detail’ activity fun in itself,
this level of interaction encourages close scrutiny of these
complex, often mysterious masterpieces, and should spur
lively discussions about art and art history.”
—Shelf Awareness

Drawing in the Sea
Harriet Russell
8.25 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm
64 pp / 112 color / 30 b+w
Paperback / Ages: 6 and up
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“How would you color in a drawing of the sea?
Well, it depends on whether it is at night or at sunrise.
Ostensibly an activity book, this volume is full of subtle
marine-themed lessons about physics, geography,
biology, and, of course, color theory.”
—Metropolis

Paper Zoo
Oscar Sabini
8.25 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm
64 pp / 112 color / 30 b+w
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“This book is begging to be folded and ripped—
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AGES 6 AND UP / ACTIVITY BOOKS

My Nature Sticker Activity Books
My Nature Sticker Activity Books present a range of interactive
activities and stickers that will keep children entertained
for hours. A quiz at the end of each book tests their knowledge
of the fun facts they have learned.

In the Age of Dinosaurs

Butterflies of the World

At the Seashore

Olivia Cosneau

Olivia Cosneau

Olivia Cosneau

8.7 x 11.8 in / 22 x 30 cm
24 pp / 25 color
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Paperback / Ages: 5 and up
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8.7 x 11.8 in / 22 x 30 cm
24 pp / 25 color
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Paperback / Ages: 5 and up
978-1-61689-465-8 / $7.99

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The Meet the Artist! series is an exciting hands-on introduction to the most remarkable artists of the twentieth
century. Featuring a mix of pop-ups, lift-up flaps, and cutouts, these whimsical books explore each artist’s creative
evolution by encouraging imaginative play with the signature details of their best-known works.

Alexander Calder

Pablo Picasso

Meet the Artist!
Patricia Geis
8.25 x 11.75 in / 21 x 29.8 cm
16 pp / 47 color / Hardcover
978-1-61689-225-8 / $24.95 / £15.99

Meet the Artist!
Patricia Geis
8.25 x 11.75 in / 21 x 29.8 cm
16 pp / 48 color / Hardcover
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Meet the Artist!
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16 pp / 48 color / Hardcover
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Meet the Artist!
Patricia Geis
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Brillante Pencils
Louise Fili

Legendary designer Louise Fili brings a sparkle to her stationery collection
with this set of twelve double-sided pencils in six metallic shades. A shimmering
twist on classic Italian packaging, Brillante is a companion to her bestselling
pencil sets Perfetto and Tutti Frutti. This stunning new set is ideal for drawing,
coloring, or writing and perfect for desktop display in a sturdy, elegant box.
October 2016
7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in / 18.7 x 5.7 x 2.2 cm
Box with lid and shrink-wrapped tray
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Grids & Guides (Gray)
A Notebook for Visual Thinkers
Like its black and red predecessors, this deluxe, clothcovered Grids & Guides notebook offers 160 pages of
varied graph paper (including some new grid designs)
interspersed with engaging charts and infographics, this
time in full color—from the human circulatory system
to the geologic time scale. This is the perfect notebook
to carry everywhere, for your sketches, plans, dreams,
lists, and data.
September 2016
5.75 x 8.25 in / 14.5 x 21 cm
160 pp / 8 full-color pages
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Observer’s Notebook
Trees
Whether you want to make a tree map of your yard,
identify a tree by its leaves and bark, or create your own
naturalist’s notebook, the Observer’s Notebook: Trees is
the perfect tool. Filled with useful and beautiful charts
of shapes, leaves, stems, and fruit to help you name
a tree, this durable notebook also features ruled pages
and blank maps to create your own tree census or
simply reflect on the beauty of the planet’s longestliving, grandest organisms.
October 2016
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
160 pp / 8 full-color pages
Hardcover, cloth-covered
978-1-61689-537-2
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Observer’s Notebook
Astronomy
A star-filled sky is as mysterious as it is sublime. What are
we looking at? How far away and from when?! How
do I tell the Little Dipper from the Big Dipper? Is that
Cassiopeia or Orion? Is the moon waxing or waning?
Whether you’re an occasional backyard stargazer or wouldbe astrophysicist, you’ll find pages of useful information
in the Observer’s Notebook: Astronomy. Stunning fourcolor images from the Hubble and ESA space telescopes
are interweaved with ruled pages for your own celestial
observations, notes, and star-based wishes.
October 2016
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
160 pp / 8 full-color pages
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978-1-61689-538-9
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If there is, indeed, nothing lovelier than a tree,
artist Bryan Nash Gill reminds us why. This fun
memory game based on his best-selling book,
Woodcut, offers twenty-six distinctive woodcut
prints (fifty-two pairs) nested in a handsome
keepsake box. The arboreal rings come to life in
exquisite detail to challenge your mind and
beautify your table.
October 2016
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Buddha Notecards
Mindfulness, yoga, meditation,
simple living—many paths lead back
to Buddha, the timeless spiritual icon
whose enlightened worldview has
inspired countless followers around the
world. This beautiful notecard set
includes four thoughtful quotes from
Buddha, and each card can be paired
with a colorful photographic envelope
as timeless as his words.
• I ncludes insert with biographical
sketch of Buddha
September 2016
4.75 x 6 x 1.5 in / 12 x 15 x 4 cm
12 notecards (4 quotes repeating 3 times)
with full-color envelopes
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William Morris Notecards
Best known for his stunning textiles and
furniture, William Morris, the influential
arts-and-crafts designer, is also the author
of iconic quotes on the enduring themes
of work, art, and beauty. This beautiful
notecard set features four quotes and a
choice of Morris-patterned envelopes, all
printed in a lush color palette.
• I ncludes insert with biographical
sketch of Morris
September 2016
4.75 x 6 x 1.5 in / 12 x 15 x 4 cm
12 notecards (4 quotes repeating 3 times)
with full-color envelopes
978-1-61689-525-9
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The Olivetti Pattern Series Notecards
The Olivetti typewriter is an icon, both as design object and
as the favorite writing tool of authors as diverse as John Cheever,
Leonard Cohen, and Francis Ford Coppola. This elegant
notecard set features four distinctive patterns made on the beloved
Olivetti Lettera 32. With classic red-and-black printing
on off-white paper, these cards are the perfect all-occasion
notecard for the typophile, design maven,
aspiring writer, or anyone who reveres
the printed page.
October 2016
5.5 x 7 x 1.75 in / 14 x 18 x 4.5 cm
12 notecards with envelopes
(4 designs repeating 3 times)
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Finding Home Notecards
Traer Scott

Twelve shelter dogs, twelve adoptions. Traer
Scott’s luminous portraits capture each dog’s
personality—serious or animated, quirky or
reserved—and each card is accompanied by
the story of how the dog found a new home.
These striking notecards are a remarkable
tribute to dogs in all their individuality.
October 2016
4.75 x 6 x 1.5 in / 12 x 15 x 4 cm
12 notecards, 12 different breeds
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Grids & Guides Pencils

Grids & Guides

A Pencil Set for Visual Thinkers
57 x 2 x 0.7 in / 18 x 5 x 1.5 cm
Box with lid and shrink-wrapped tray; 12 single-sided,
hexagonal sharpened pencils: 6 black graphite, 6 blue color;
includes straight-edge ruler with die cuts
978-1-61689-466-5 / $14.95 / £10.99

3 Notepads for Visual Thinkers
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
Set of 3 notepads in green, blue, and red
50 sheets each, bound at top
J-band, shrink-wrapped
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A Notebook for Visual Thinkers
5.75 x 8.25 in / 15 x 21 cm
160 pp / Hardcover,
cloth-covered, with 1/2-jacket
978-1-61689-232-6
$16.95 / £12.99

A Notebook for Visual Thinkers
5.75 x 8.25 in / 15 x 21 cm
160 pp / Hardcover,
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Patterned Multipurpose Paper
Textile Arts Center
2 x 2 x 12.125 in / 5.1 x 5.1 x 30.8 cm
Roll: 2 double-sided sheets,
each 12 x 144 in / 30.5 x 365.8 cm
12 illustrations
Designer-information sheet
and instructional diagrams
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978-1-61689-287-6
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Pattern Papers
Stationery Set
Textile Arts Center
8.75 x 6.125 in / 22.2 x 15.5 cm
18 writing sheets,
envelopes, and stickers
9 designs repeating 2 times
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978-1-61689-247-0
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Pattern Box
100 Postcards by 10 Contemporary
Pattern Designers
Textile Arts Center
4.25 x 6.25 x 3 in / 10.79 x 15.87 x 7.62 cm
100 full-color postcards,
10 tabbed dividers, 24-page booklet
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978-1-61689-188-6
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Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards
2.875 x 3.75 x 1 in / 7.3 x 9.5 x 2.5 cm
Box with lift-off lid, foil stamping
54 full-color playing cards, 32-pp booklet
Shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-359-0
$12.95 / £9.99

Fredericks & Mae

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Sigrid Calon Memory Game
3 x 3 x 3 in / 7.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Decorative box with lid
52 cards total (26 pairs)
Artist-information booklet
978-1-61689-481-8
$18.95 / £13.99
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Vintage Sparkle
15 Festive Ornaments to
Fold, Fill, and Hang
5 x 9 x 1.5 in / 12.7 x 23 x 3.81 cm
15 box ornaments with string
Hinged box, bellyband
Shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-433-7
$18.95 / £13.99
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GAMES AND ORNAMENTS

Perfetto Pencils

Tutti Frutti Pencils

Louise Fili
7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in / 18.7 x 5.7 x 2.2 cm
12 double-sided pencils / Shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-243-2
$14.95 / £10.99

Louise Fili
7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in / 18.7 x 5.7 x 2.2 cm
12 double-sided pencils / Shrink-wrapped
6 colors: red/green, blue/orange, yellow/purple
978-1-61689-337-8
$14.95 / £10.99

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Quatre Mots Français

Quattro Parole Italiane

Notecards
Louise Fili
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in / 12 x 15 x 4.5 cm
12 full-color notecards (4 designs repeating 3 times)
and envelopes, artist-statement sheet
978-1-61689-410-8
$14.95 / £10.99

Notecards
Louise Fili
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in / 12 x 15 x 4.5 cm
12 full-color notecards (4 designs repeating 3 times)
and envelopes, artist-statement sheet
978-1-61689-279-1
$14.95 / £10.99

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Curious Feast
100 Postcards by 10 Artists
Naz Sahin Ozcan
4.25 x 6.25 x 3 in / 10.79 x 15.87 x 7.62 cm
100 full-color postcards, 10 tabbed dividers
24-pp booklet, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-470-2
$19.95 / £14.99
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Animal Box
100 Postcards by 10 Artists
Happy Menocal
4.25 x 6.25 x 3 in / 10.79 x 15.87 x 7.62 cm
100 full-color postcards, 10 tabbed dividers
24-pp booklet, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-348-4
$19.95 / £14.99
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Keep Fresh, Stay Rad
100 Postcards
Friends of Type
4.25 x 6.25 x 3 in / 10.79 x 15.87 x 7.62 cm
100 full-color postcards, 10 tabbed dividers
24-pp booklet, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-301-9 / $19.95 / £14.99
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POSTCARD BOXES

B R YA N N A S H G I L L
1 2 A S SO RT E D N O T E CA R D S A N D E N V E L O PE S

Thoreau Notecards

Woodcut

5 x 6 x 1.5 in / 12.5 x 25 x 4 cm
12 notecards
(4 quotes repeating 3 times)
with full-color envelopes
978-1-61689-488-7
$14.95 / £10.99

Notecards
Bryan Nash Gill
5.25 x 6.5 x 1.75 in / 13.3 x 16.51 x 4.45 cm
12 full-color notecards
(6 designs repeating 2 times) and envelopes,
bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-147-3 / $15.95 / £11.99

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Nests & Eggs
Notecards
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in / 12.1 x 15.2 x 4.5 cm
12 full-color notecards
(6 designs repeating 2 times)
and envelopes
978-1-61689-138-1
$14.95 / £10.99

Nigel Peake
City and Country
Notecards
Nigel Peake
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in / 12.1 x 15.2 x 4.4 cm
12 full-color notecards (12 designs)
and envelopes
978-1-61689-186-2 / $14.95 / £10.99
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NOTECARDS

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San Francisco: Portrait
of a City Notecards
Fred Lyon
5 x 7 in / 12.5 x 18 cm / Box with lift-off lid
12 cards with b+w photography and envelopes
978-1-61689-484-9
$15.95 / £11.99

Sigrid Calon Notecards
4.5 x 6.375 x 1.5 in / 11.5 x 16 x 3.81 cm
12 deluxe, perforated notecards (24 designs)
and envelopes, artist-statement sheet
978-1-61689-417-7
$16.95 / £12.99
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Vintage Typography

Fredericks & Mae Animal Mask Notecards

Notecards
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in / 12.1 x 15.2 x 4.4 cm
12 2 color notecards (6 designs repeating 2 times)
and envelopes / 978-1-61689-146-6 / $14.95 / £10.99

5.5 x 6.5 x 1.75 in / 14 x 16.5 x 4.5 cm
12 full-color notecards (6 die-cut designs repeating 2 times)
and envelopes, history and information booklet
Box with lift-off lid, bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-367-5
$16.95 / £12.99

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NOTECARDS

Animal Journals: Dogs

Animal Journals: Cats

Woodcut

5.5 x 7 in / 14 x 17.8 cm
Set of 4 lined journals, 64 pp each
Paperback with sewn spine,
bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-434-4
$16.95 / £12.99

5.5 x 7 in / 14 x 17.8 cm
Set of 4 lined journals, 64 pp each
Paperback with sewn spine,
bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-413-9
$16.95 / £12.99

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Notebooks
Bryan Nash Gill
5.4 x 7 in / 14 x 17.8 cm
Set of 4 lined journals, 64 pp each
Paperback with sewn spine,
bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-296-8 / $16.95 / £12.99

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Eat Sleep Read
IndieBound Journal Set
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 21.6 cm
Set of 3 notebooks, 64 pp each
(one ruled, one gridded, one plain)
Paperback with sewn spine,
bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-376-7 / $14.95 / £10.99
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Night Owl Journal
Traer Scott
5.25 x 7.25 in / 13.5 x 18.5 cm
160 pp, lined, black edging
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-425-2
$14.95 / £10.99
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Bird Watching and Other
Nature Observations
Journal
5.75 x 8.25 in / 15 x 21 cm / 144 pp
20 color illustrations / Hardcover
978-1-61689-141-1 / $16.95 / £12.99
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JOURNALS

59

NOISE

I AM A MAN

Van Gogh Repetitions

Lined Journal
Ed Ruscha
5.5 x 5.8125 in / 15.2 x 14.6 cm
142 pp, lined / Paperback,
with removable sticker
978-1-61689-362-0 / $12.95 / £9.99

Journal
Glenn Ligon
4.375 x 7 in / 11 x 17.8 cm / 142 pp, lined
Paperback / 978-1-61689-253-1
$10.95 / £7.99

Sketchbook Journals
6 x 4.8125 in / 15.2 x 12.4 cm
Set of 2 blank journals, 128 pp each
Paperback, bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-277-7 / $14.95 / £10.99

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The Architect Says

Paula Scher: MAPS

Notebooks
4.25 x 5.75 in / 10.79 x 14.61 cm
Set of 3 gridded notebooks, 64 pp each
Foil-stamped paperback with sewn spine
J-band, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-427-6 / $14.95 / £10.99

New York / Paris / London:
Three Mini Journals
4.25 x 5.75 in / 10.8 x 14.6 cm
Set of 3 journals (1 gridded / 1 lined / 1 blank)
64 pp each / Paperback, with sewn spine and back pocket
978-1-61689-143-5 / $14.95 / £10.99

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JOURNALS

The Pocket Dept. Notebooks
Brooklyn Art Library

The Shirt Pocket
3.5 x 5.5 in / 8.89 x 13.97 cm
Set of 3 lined notebooks
64 pp each
J-band, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-202-9
$12.95 / £9.99

The Messenger Bag
5.5 x 8.5 in / 13.97 x 21.59 cm
Set of 3 lined notebooks
64 pp each
J-band, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-210-4
$16.95 / £12.99

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The Backpack
6 x 6 in / 15.24 x 15.24 cm
Set of 3 blank notebooks
64 pp each
J-band, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-207-4
$15.95 / £11.99

The Back Pocket
4 x 4 in / 10.16 x 10.16 cm
Set of 3 blank notebooks
64 pp each
J-band, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-199-2
$12.95 / £9.99

The Pocket Pack
Set of 4 notebooks,
1 of each size
Envelope: 7 x 9.25 in /
17.78 x 23.49 cm
978-1-61689-214-2
$19.95 / £14.99

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What Did I Eat Today?

What Did I Buy Today?

Redstone Diary 2017

A Food Lover’s Journal
Kate Bingaman-Burt
5 x 7.125 in / 12.7 x 18 cm
160 pp / 50 1-color illustrations
Paperback / 978-1-61689-240-1
$12.95 / £9.99

An Obsessive Consumption Journal
Kate Bingaman-Burt
5 x 7.125 in / 12.7 x 18 cm
160 pp / 50 1-color illustrations
Paperback / 978-1-61689-136-7
$12.95 / £9.99

The Time Diary
6.5 x 8.5 in / 17 x 24.5 cm
160 pp / Paperback, spiral bound
Includes folded pockets and sections
for notes and addresses
978-1-61689-475-7 / $24.95

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JOURNALS

61

Let’s Go Letter Hunting

Birthstone Planner

Birthstone Notecards

A Field Guide for
Typographic Expeditions
Friends of Type
5.75 x 8.25 in / 15 x 21 cm
160 pp / Hardcover,
blind deboss, with 1/2-jacket
978-1-61689-355-2
$16.95 / £12.99

Elisa Werbler
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
144 pp / 12 full-color,
fluorescent illustrations
Paperback with die-cut
corners, removable sticker
978-1-61689-289-0
$14.95 / £10.99

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Elisa Werbler
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in /
12.1 x 15.2 x 4.4 cm
12 full-color, fluorescent
notecards (12 designs)
and envelopes, artiststatement sheet,
removable sticker
978-1-61689-284-5
$14.95 / £10.99

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Blackstock’s Collections

A-Frame

Notepads
Gregory L. Blackstock
3.5 x 8.25 in / 8.89 x 20.95 cm
Set of 3 lined notepads,
36 sheets each, bound at top,
bellyband, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-192-3
$15.95 / £11.99

Notecards and Postcards
Chad Randl
6.5 x 5.5 x 0.75 in /
16.5 x 14 x 1.9 cm
8 full-color notecards
and envelopes
4 full-color postcards,
portfolio enclosure
978-1-61689-293-7
$16.95 / £12.99

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Notecards
Stephen Powers
4.75 x 6 x 1.75 in /
12.1 x 15.2 x 4.4 cm
12 full-color notecards
(6 designs repeating 2 times)
and envelopes
978-1-61689-238-8
$14.95 / £10.99

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Mark Mothersbaugh:
Collected Facts & Lies

Nested Notes

Fifty Postcards
4.25 x 6.25 x 3.125 in /
10.8 x 15.9 x 7.9 cm
Matchbox-style box,
50 full-color postcards
978-1-61689-299-9
$17.95 / £13.99

Egg Sticky Notes
4.5 x 4.5 x 1 in /
11.43 x 11.43 x 2.54 cm
Box with acetate lid,
3 die-cut sticky notepads,
60 sheets each
978-1-61689-194-7
$10.95 / £7.99

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Backlist Highlights

63

Welcome to Marwencol
Mark Hogancamp and Chris Shellen
7.5 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
256 pp / 550 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-415-3
$29.95 / £18.99
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“This book, which interleaves striking reproductions of
Hogancamp’s art with his tragic story and the richly imagined
narrative of his fictional town, is fascinating on many levels.
While his history is compelling (the beating was prompted by
his revelation of cross-dressing), his work is also art in its
own right: painstakingly created (the models are rigorously
aged for authenticity) and carefully composed pictures that,
at a glance, might be mistaken for actual WWII scenes….
Truly remarkable.”
—Booklist starred review

The Electric Pencil
Drawings from Inside State Hospital No. 3
James Edward Deeds Jr.
Introduction by Richard Goodman
Foreword by Harris Diamant
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm
272 pp / 290 color / 5 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-454-2
$29.95 / £18.99
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“Like other marooned works by self-taught artists, it’s easy for
the torment of Deeds’s life to eclipse the art, which is incredibly
serene work. Light pencil strokes shade calm drawings that
have subdued colors except when Deeds used green, which is dark
and vibrant on pointed trees. Steam ships cruise beneath ledger
paper titled with State Hospital No. 3, Lunatic Asylum No. 3,
and State Hospital for the Insane No. 3, a subtle marker of time.”
—Hyperallergic

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OUTSIDER ART

GoatMan
How I Took a Holiday from Being Human
Thomas Thwaites
5.5 x 8.25 in / 14 x 21 cm
208 pp / 135 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-405-4
$24.95 / £14.99
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“This extremely entertaining book describes a highly unusual
experiment—the author’s attempt to transform into a goat.
Thwaites describes his undertaking in a very tongue-in-cheek
manner, though he is quite serious about his project. In the
end his study turns into an insightful meditation on both what
it means to be human and the limitations all creatures face.
One of the more amusing memoirs in recent memory.”
—Library Journal

The Toaster Project
Or a Heroic Attempt to Build a Simple Electric
Appliance from Scratch
Thomas Thwaites
5 x 7 in / 12.7 x 19 cm
192 pp / 83 color / 60 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-997-6
$19.95 / £12.99
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“Easily my favorite book this year, The Toaster Project
should be required reading for artists, designers, consumers,
and anyone who has ever bought or thrown away a
toaster…. Thwaites is a laugh-out-loud-funny but
thoughtful guide through his own adventures, touching
provocatively on ideas as far ranging as medieval
metallurgy, sustainability, mass production, and our
‘throwaway’ consumer culture.”
—NPR

THOMAS THWAITES

65

The Kaufmann Mercantile Guide
How to Split Wood, Shuck an Oyster,
and Master Other Simple Pleasures
Edited by
Alexandra Redgrave
and Jessica Hundley
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.5 cm
224 pp / 200 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-399-6
$24.95 / £14.99

“Forty-eight how-tos that reflect the
business’s larger philosophy about life.
Included are instructions for starting
a campfire, repairing a bicycle tire
flat, building a lean-to shelter, sewing
a button and sabering a bottle of
Champagne, along with suggested
tools for the jobs.”
—New York Times

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Fries!
An Illustrated Guide to the World’s
Favorite Food
Blake Lingle
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
144 pp / 55 color / 20 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-458-0
$16.95 / £9.99
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The Chef Says
Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
Nach Waxman and Matt Sartwell,
editors
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
160 pp / 2 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-249-4
$14.95 / £8.99
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GREAT GIFTS

Who better to write the consummate
cultural history and user’s guide
of the fry than Blake Lingle, whose
fries were recently voted the best
in America by U.S. News & World
Report? In this lighthearted ode,
Lingle offers a 360-degree look
at fries, from their roots in antiquity,
to the long-standing debate as to
whether the Belgians or the French
created the first true frites, to their
current status as a gourmet treat.

“There’s plenty of food for thought to
be found in this charming book.”
—Parade

The Architect Says

The Designer Says

The Filmmaker Says

Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
Laura S. Dushkes, editor
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
160 pp / 2 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-093-3
$14.95 / £8.99

Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
Sara Bader, editor
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
160 pp / 2 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-134-3
$14.95 / £8.99

Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
Jamie Thompson Stern, editor
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
160 pp / 2 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-220-3
$14.95 / £8.99

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Figure Drawing

The Artist’s Eye

Unlearning to Draw

Peter Jenny
4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.5 x 14.7 cm
188 pp / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-049-0
$12.95 / £7.99

Peter Jenny
4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.5 x 14.7 cm
216 pp / 22 color / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-056-8
$12.95 / £7.99

Peter Jenny
4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.5 x 14.7 cm
216 pp / 4 color / 240 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-373-6
$12.95 / £7.99

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67

Tom Kundig: Works
Tom Kundig
9.5 x 11.875 in / 24 x 30 cm
300 pp / 300 color / 50 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-345-3
$65.00 / £40.00
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“Tom Kundig: Works unveils 19 of the architect’s
striking, angular private residences, commercial spaces,
and public buildings. Each pairs raw, rugged
exteriors with inviting interior spaces that champion
simplicity, comfort, and warmth.”
—Elle Decor

Henry Howard
Louisiana’s Architect
Robert S. Brantley, with Victor McGee
8.9 x 12 in / 22.5 x 30.5 cm
352 pp / 300 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-278-4
$60.00 / £37.50
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“Although Henry Howard crafted some of New Orleans’s
most memorable homes, churches, and commercial
buildings, he has faded into obscurity. This new
monograph brings him back to the fore, transporting
readers to a world of neoclassical mansions with
columned galleries overlooking oaks dripping with
Spanish moss.”
—Architectural Digest

68

GREAT GIFTS

Manhattan Classic
New York’s Finest Prewar Apartments
Geoffrey Lynch
9 x 12 in / 22.9 x 30.5 cm
224 pp / 200 color / 175 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-167-1
$50.00 / £30.00
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“Manhattan Classic is a treasure trove of
information and gorgeous images of apartments built
from the 1880s through the 1930s. . . . It is also a
wealth of decorating ideas for anyone who lives in a
vintage apartment or just wants to pull off the look.”
—Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Dakota
A History of the World’s Best-Known
Apartment Building
Andrew Alpern
8 x 11 in / 20.5 x 28 cm
224 pp / 170 color and b+w / 21 line drawings
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-437-5
$55.00 / £35.00
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“The list of features included in historian Andrew Alpern’s
book The Dakota: A History of the Worlds Best-Known
Apartment Building would make the average NewYorker weep:
tennis courts, marble staircases, oak- and mahogany-paneled
dining rooms, 14-foot ceilings, ornate fireplaces, and, of course,
those Central Park views. The book is loaded with original
floor plans, historic images of the interiors, and profiles of the
building’s many notable residents through the years.”
—Bloomberg

GREAT GIFTS

69

The Smith Tapes
Lost Interviews with Rock Stars & Icons, 1969–1972
Ezra Bookstein, editor
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
416 pp / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-383-5
$24.95 / £14.99
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“A priceless chronicle of last century’s most pivotal era. Howard
Smith’s radio show was a voice from the front line through
intimate encounters with rock stars, movie new-bloods, cultural
figureheads, and political prime movers. The 61 interviews
gathered here sat in Smith’s loft for decades until excavated
and restored by Ezra Bookstein, who does an immaculate
job presenting highlights. Many interviewees were at crucial
times in their career and sound unusually relaxed in their
interviewer’s company.”
—Record Collector

The Musician Says
Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
Benedetta LoBalbo, editor
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
160 pp / 2 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-389-7
$14.95 / £8.99
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“The book separates artists from their history-making
songs and symphonies and brings us closer to their human
experiences, if for just a fleeting moment.”
—Record Collector

70

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The Public Library
A Photographic Essay
Robert Dawson
8 x 9 in / 20.3 x 22.9 cm
192 pp / 100 color / 75 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-217-3
$35.00 / £21.99
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Add thoughtful text from the likes of Barbara Kingsolver
to Amy Tan, and [Robert] Dawson’s subject goes beyond
buildings to celebrate the civic realm.”
—San Francisco Chronicle

Presenting Shakespeare
1,100 Posters from Around the World
Mirko Ilić and Steven Heller
Preface by Julie Taymor
7 x 11 in / 18 x 28 cm
320 pp / 1,100 color
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—Shelf Awareness

GREAT GIFTS

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Finding Home
Shelter Dogs and Their Stories
Traer Scott
8.5 x 9 in / 21.5 x 23 cm
96 pp / 20 color / 35 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-343-9
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Animal Box
100 Postcards by 10 Artists
Happy Menocal
4.25 x 6.25 x 3 in / 10.79 x 15.87 x 7.62 cm
100 full-color postcards, 10 tabbed dividers
24-pp booklet, shrink-wrapped
978-1-61689-348-4
$19.95 / £14.99

“Photographer Traer Scott follows up
her groundbreaking book Shelter Dogs
with a new work of equal grace and
sensitivity. The portraits in Finding
Home not only showcase a collection
of canines with indomitable character
and spirit, they are also an eloquent
plea for more adoptive families,
and a tribute to all dogs everywhere.”
—The Bark

“The artists’ wildly different styles . . .
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are of looking at a given creature.”
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LOST
Lost and Found Pet Posters from
Around the World
Ian Phillips
5.5 x 7 in / 14 x 17.8 cm
224 pp / 110 b+w
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ANIMALS

“The Internet has made most forms of
paper communication obsolete, but
there’s at least one as important as ever:
lost-and-found pet notices, which are still
most effective tacked to a telephone pole.
Illustrator Ian Phillips collects these
melancholy artifacts in his book, Lost.”
—Boston Globe

Pen to Paper
Artists’ Handwritten Letters from the
Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art
Mary Savig, editor
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25.5 cm
208 pp / 120 color
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Pen to Paper, a collection of letters by artists from the
Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, reveals how letter
writing can be an artistic act. Brief essays explore what
can be learned from the handwriting of celebrated artists
such as Mary Cassatt, Frederic Church, Howard Finster,
Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Claes Oldenburg,
Maxfield Parrish, Eero Saarinen, Saul Steinberg, and many
others. Each letter is accompanied by an archival image
of the artist or a related artwork, with a full transcription.

Lists

Artists Unframed

More Than Words

To-dos, Illustrated Inventories,
Collected Thoughts, and Other Artists'
Enumerations from the Smithsonian’s
Archives of American Art
Liza Kirwin
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm
208 pp / 115 color / 25 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-888-7
$24.95 / £16.99

Snapshots from the Smithsonian’s
Archives of American Art
Merry A. Foresta
6 x 8 in / 16.8 x 20 cm
160 pp / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-295-1 /
$24.95 / £15.99

Illustrated Letters from the
Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art
Liza Kirwin
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25.5 cm
272 pp / 120 color
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The Sketchbook Project World Tour
Steven Peterman and
Sara Elands Peterman
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25.5 cm
256 pp / 500 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-168-8
$30.00 / £18.99
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“The volume includes a brief history
of the Sketchbook Project and of
the ‘World Tour,’ as well as the headline
act, selections from the sketchbooks
organized by continent, with full-color
reproductions of exquisite quality.
The international scope and spare text
make it an ideal coffee-table book.”
—Library Journal starred review

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Local Color
Seeing Place through Watercolor
Mimi Robinson
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
128 pp / 300 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-297-5
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and cityscapes in terms of tonal palettes
and teaches you how to re-create them
using paint. There are lots of practical
tips on preparation and technique as well
as illustrations and examples.”
—Elle Decoration

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Inside the Artist’s Studio
Joe Fig
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
256 pp / 300 color / 25 b+w
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978-1-61689-304-0
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ART & ARTISTS

“The images are compelling, and the
advice Fig’s subjects offer is not just for
young artists but is surprisingly
universal.”
—Boston Globe

Twenty Over
Eighty features
Twenty Over Eighty is a collection of insightful, intimate, and often
interviews with twenty architecture and design luminaries
profiles irreverent
and
interviews
with twenty
over the age of eighty. Revealing conversations with leaders from
variety of fields—including graphic designers Seymour Chwast,
creative aMilton
professionals
over
the
Glaser, Lora Lamm, and Deborah Sussman; architects
Michael Graves, Denise Scott Brown, and Stanley Tigerman; urbanist
age of eighty
who have dedicated
Jane Thompson; industrial designer Charles Harrison; furniture
designer Jens Risom; and critic Ralph Caplan—spotlight creators,
their lifetimes
to design. In revealing
thinkers, and pioneers whose lifelong dedication to experimentation
and innovation continues to shape their disciplines.
conversations
with creative minds
Twenty Over Eighty is not only a record of the remarkable histories
from a broad
variety of fields—
and experiences of design’s most influential figures but also a source
of knowledge and inspiration for contemporary creatives and
from architecture
and advertising
generations to come.
to furniture, product, industrial,
and graphic design.

Kwun
and
Smith

Twenty Over Eighty

Conversations on a
Lifetime in Architecture
and Design

Ralph Caplan
Seymour Chwast
Bob Gill
Milton Glaser
Michael Graves
Charles Harrison
Richard Hollis
Phyllis Lambert
Lora Lamm
Jack Lenor Larsen
Ingo Maurer
Alessandro Mendini
Jens Risom
Richard Sapper
Ricardo Scofidio
Denise Scott Brown
Deborah Sussman
Jane Thompson
Stanley Tigerman
Beverly Willis

Twenty Over Eighty
Conversations on a Lifetime in
Architecture and Design
Aileen Kwun and Bryn Smith
7 x 9 in / 17.8 x 23 cm
224 pp / 175 color
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Aileen Kwun is a writer, editor, and critic based in New York. Her work has appeared in

Domus, Dwell, Icon, Metropolis, and Surface, among other publications.

Bryn Smith is a graphic designer, writer, and critic. She lives in New York and has taught

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“The divine circle, the dependable square,
and the eclectic triangle are the objects
of study in this little book, which is
a collection of Munari’s work originally
published in the 1960s and 1970s. The
case studies travel through centuries,
from Japanese decorations to works by
Le Corbusier and Alvar Aalto.”
—Metropolis

Aileen Kwun
and
Bryn Smith

Bruno Munari:
Square Circle Triangle
Bruno Munari
6.125 x 6.125 in / 15.5 x 15.5 cm
280 pp / 650 b+w
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978-1-61689-412-2
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“This comprehensive collection of articles
and images constitutes a significant
contribution to modern architectural
theory, and the words carry as much
weight as Woods’ wonderful sketches.”
—Architizer

Slow Manifesto:
Lebbeus Woods Blog
Clare Jacobson, editor
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25.5 cm
288 pp / 75 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-334-7
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DESIGN

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The Book of Trees
Visualizing Branches of Knowledge
Manuel Lima
7.5 x 10 in / 19.1 x 25.4 cm
208 pp / 135 color / 60 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-218-0
$29.95 / £18.99

“Catalogs a stunning diversity of
illustrations and graphics that rely on
arboreal models for representing
information.”
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Cartographies of Time
A History of the Timeline
Daniel Rosenberg and
Anthony Grafton
8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm
272 pp / 268 color / 40 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-058-2
$35.00 / £22.50
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beautiful book of the year may be all
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mapmakers, chronologists, artists, and
other infographics geeks have tried
to convey the passage of time visually.”
—New York Times

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You Are Here
Personal Geographies and Other Maps
of the Imagination
Katharine Harmon
7 x 10 in / 17.8 x 25.4 cm
192 pp / 122 color / 50 b+w
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VISUAL CULTURE

“A charming companion for those who
prefer to begin their voyages by sitting
back and closing their eyes.”
—Washington Post

“Cuba Style has all the trappings of
a swanky coffee-table tome, if one does
only a swan dive into its lush graphics,
conjuring a Cuba of the first half of
the last century as a place of implacable
sunshine, gaiety, rhythm and sensuality.
Fortunately,Vicki Gold Levi and
Steven Heller have shrewdly crafted
something more.”
—Los Angeles Times

Cuba Style
Graphics from the Golden Age
of Design
Vicki Gold Levi and
Steven Heller
8 x 8.75 in / 20.5 x 22 cm
168 pp / 250 color
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978-1-56898-360-8
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“Playful and bold, these signs evoke
the charm and bustle of Italy’s vital
urban life.”
—Elle Decor

Grafica della Strada
The Signs of Italy
Louise Fili
9 x 6.5 in / 22.9 x 16.5 cm
264 pp / 440 color
Hardcover
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“A lovely paean to a vanishing art. . .
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hopscotched the country, interviewing
many of the best remaining old-school
sign painters and printing their best
work . . . This book, with an introduction
by the artist Ed Ruscha, is a funky
and necessary work of preservation.”
—New York Times

Sign Painters
Faythe Levine and Sam Macon
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm
184 pp / 200 color
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VISUAL CULTURE

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Michael Graves
Images of a Grand Tour
Brian Ambroziak
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
272 pp / 90 color / 210 b+w
Hardcover / slipcase / ribbon marker
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• Slipcased collector’s edition
• Limited print run of only 1,500 copies

“The drawings and sketches . . . attest to the power of the
city’s patrimony on the Prix de Rome winner.”
—Architectural Record

Paris Changing
Revisiting Eugène Atget’s Paris
Christopher Rauschenberg, with
essays by Rosamond Bernier,
Alison Nordström, and Clark Worswick
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
192 pp / 172 duotones
Paperback / 978-1-61689-467-2
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Graphique de la Rue
The Signs of Paris
Louise Fili
9 x 6.5 in / 23 x 16.5 cm
264 pp / 360 color / 24 b+w
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The Cognoscenti’s
Guide to Florence
Shop and Eat Like a Florentine
Louise Fili and Lise Apatoff
4 x 5.5 in / 10.16 x 13.97 cm
224 pp / 170 color
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HIGHLIGHTS OF EUROPE

The Ghost Army of World War II
How One Top-Secret Unit Deceived the
Enemy with Inflatable Tanks, Sound Effects,
and Other Audacious Fakery
Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25.5 cm
256 pp / 100 color / 200 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-318-7
$40.00 / £25.00
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“Introduces readers to the very secret American Army unit
whose mission was to fool the Germans—with battalions of
rubber dummies and inflatable artillery—into thinking that
there were huge concentrations of troops and matériel where
there weren’t. . . . A chronicle of what became known as
the Ghost Army, whose ‘mission bordered on the surreal.’ ”
—New York Times

War Plan Red
The United States’ Secret Plan to Invade Canada and
Canada’s Secret Plan to Invade the United States
Kevin Lippert
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
144 pp / 30 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-352-1
$14.95 / £8.99
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“The United States has plenty of adversaries in the world,
but at least we don’t have to worry about Canada. That hasn’t
always been the case. As this book shows, mistrust between
Canada and the United States persisted for a surprisingly long
time, to the point that each country historically maintained
war plans for invading the other. . . .”
—Boston Globe

MILITARY HISTORY

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The Bike Deconstructed
A Grand Tour of the Modern Bicycle
Richard Hallett
7.87 x 10 in / 20 x 25.5 cm
192 pp / 180 color / 40 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-228-9
$29.95

“The photos treat even mundane spokes
as works of art, and the accompanying
descriptions offer insightful details
on everything from TIG welding
to wooden rims.”
—Bicycling magazine

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The Guerilla Art Kit
Keri Smith
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
144 pp / 70 color / 10 b+w
Hardcover, wire-o binding
978-1-56898-688-3
$19.95 / £11.99

“The untrained would-be Banksy
will appreciate the clear instructions,
cool illustrations, and handy list of
books and websites for further reading.”
—Time Out Chicago

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Pinhole Cameras
A Do-It-Yourself Guide
Chris Keeney
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
144 pp / 35 color / 175 b+w
Hardcover, wire-o binding
978-1-56898-989-1
$19.95 / £10.99
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D.I.Y.

“Pinhole Cameras is as beautiful
as it is informative.Whether following
its instructions while at the workbench
or enjoying the dreamy images within,
Keeney has found success bringing
a youthful pastime into adulthood.”
—ForeWord Reviews

Woodcut
Bryan Nash Gill
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
128 pp / 100 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-048-3
$29.95 / £19.99
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“It’s a strangely moving experience to flip through
Woodcut. . . . One is struck by how Gill’s method
amplifies the events in the life of a tree: lightning
strikes, burgeoning burls, insect holes, and, of course,
the aging process.”
—New York Times

More Scenes from the Rural Life

In the Wilds

America’s Other Audubon

Verlyn Klinkenborg
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
240 pp / 24 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-156-5
$24.95 / £14.99

Drawings by Nigel Peake
Nigel Peake
6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm
136 pp / 80 color / 18 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-952-5
$22.95 / £14.99

Joy M. Kiser
11 x 13 in / 28 x 33 cm
192 pp / 69 color / 6 b+w
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NATURALISTS

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Graphic Design: The New Basics,
Revised and Expanded

Outside the Box

Type on Screen

Ellen Lupton and
Jennifer Cole Phillips
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
264 pp / 400 color / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-332-3
$35.00 / £21.00

Hand-Drawn Packaging from
Around the World
Gail Anderson
8 x 10 in / 20.5 x 25.5 cm
256 pp / 420 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-336-1
$40.00 / £25.00

A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers,
Developers, and Students
Ellen Lupton, editor
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
208 pp / 200 color / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-170-1
$24.95 / £15.99

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How to be a Graphic Designer
without Losing Your Soul,
New Edition
Adrian Shaughnessy
7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm
176 pp / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-983-9
$24.95

Graphic Design Thinking

Lettering and Type

Beyond Brainstorming
Ellen Lupton, editor
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
184 pp / 240 color / 125 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-979-2
$24.95 / £16.99

Bruce Willen et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 17.8 x 21.6 cm
144 pp / 515 color
Paperback / 978-1-56898-765-1
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Thinking with Type, Second Edition,
Revised and Expanded
A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers,
Editors, and Students
Ellen Lupton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
224 pp / 100 color
Paperback / 978-1-56898-969-3
$24.95 / £16.99
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Visual Complexity

Digital Design Theory

Mapping Patterns of Information
Manuel Lima
8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm
272 pp / 250 color / 65 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-219-7
$35.00 / £21.99

Readings from the Field
Helen Armstrong, editor
Foreword by Keetra Dean Dixon
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.5 cm
152 pp / 33 color / 30 b+w
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Geometry of Design, Second
Edition, Revised and Updated
Studies in Proportion and Composition
Kimberly Elam
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 150 color / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-036-0
$24.95 / £16.99

Grid Systems

Typographic Systems

Principles of Organizing Type
Kimberly Elam
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
120 pp / 45 color / 200 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-465-0
$24.95 / £16.99

Kimberly Elam
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
160 pp / 55 color / 400 b+w
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E

K

P

A

Eat Sleep Read 59
Elam, Kimberly 83
Electric Pencil, The 64
Elliot, Joseph E. B 23

Kaufmann Mercantile Guide, The 66
Keeney, Chris 80
Keep Fresh, Stay Rad 56
Kirwin, Liza 73
Kiser, Joy M. 81
Klinkenborg, Verlyn 81
Kundig, Tom 68
Kwun, Aileen 75

Pablo and His Chair 28
Pablo Picasso: Meet the Artist! 40
Palazzos of Power 23
Pancake King, The 37
Paper Zoo 38
Paris Changing 78
Pattern Box 53
Pattern Papers 53
Pattern Roll 53
Paula Scher MAPS 60
Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art 12
Paul Rand: Conversations with Students
12
Peake, Nigel 57, 81
Pen to Paper 73
People Knitting 6
Perfetto Pencils 55
Perret, Delphine 28
Peterman, Sara Elands 74
Peterman, Steven 74
Phillips, Ian 72
Phillips, Jennifer Cole 82
Pinhole Cameras 80
Pocket Dept. Notebooks, The 61
Pocket Pack, The 61
Posavec, Stefanie 8
Pourquié, Bernadette 36
Powers, Stephen 62
Presenting Shakespeare 71
Psychobook 4
Public Library, The 71

A-Frame Notecards and Postcards 62
Alexander Calder: Meet the Artist! 40
Alpern, Andrew 69
Ambroziak, Brian 78
America’s Other Audubon 81
Anderson, Gail 82
Animal Box 56, 72
Animal Journals Cats 59
Animal Journals Dogs 59
Apatoff, Lise 78
Architect Says, The 67
Architect Says, The, Notebooks 60
Armstrong, Helen 83
Artist’s Eye, The 67
Artists Unframed 73
At the Seashore 39

B
Backpack, The 61
Back Pocket, The 61
Bader, Sara 67
Beyer, Rick 79
Bike Deconstructed, The 80
Bingaman-Burt, Kate 61
Bird Watching and Other Nature
Observations Journal 59
Birthstone Notecards 62
Birthstone Planner 62
Blackstock, Gregory L. 62
Blackstock’s Collections Notepads 62
Blind Photographer, The 14
Book of Trees, The 76
Bookstein, Ezra 70
Brantley, Robert S. 68
Brillante Pencils 42
Brooklyn Art Library 61
Brownstone, The 37
Bruno Munari: Square Circle Triangle
75
Buddha Notecards 48
Burickson, Abraham 21
Business of Creativity, The 20
Business of Design, The 20
Butterflies of the World 39

C
Cartographies of Time 76
Chef Says, The 66
Chwast, Seymour 37
Cognoscenti’s Guide to Florence, The 78
Cornille, Didier 26
Cosneau, Olivia 39
Cuba Style 77
Curious Feast 56

D
Dakota, The 69
Dawson, Robert 71
Dear Data 8
Deeds Jr., James Edward 64
Designer Says, The 67
d’Harcourt, Claire 38
Digital Design Theory 83
Drawing in the Sea 38
Draw Like an Artist 34
Dushkes, Laura S. 67

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Index

F
Fig, Joe 74
Figure Drawing 67
Fili, Louise 42, 55, 77, 78
Finding Home 51, 72
Finding Home Notecards 51
Foresta, Merry A. 73
Fredericks & Mae Animal Mask
Notecards 58
Fredericks & Mae Paper Games 46
Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards 46, 54
Friends of Type 56, 62
Fries! 66

G
Gambini, Cécile 36
Geis, Patricia 34, 40
Geometry of Design, Second Edition 83
George Tsypin Opera Factory: Invisible
City 18
Ghost Army of World War II, The 79
Gill, Bryan Nash 47, 57, 59, 81
Girot, Christopher 24
GoatMan 65
Gooding, Mel 14
Goodman, Andy 36
Goodman, Richard 64
Grafica della Strada 77
Grafton, Anthony 76
Granet, Keith 20
Graphic Design: The New Basics 82
Graphic Design Thinking 82
Graphique de la Rue 78
Grids & Guides 52
Grids & Guides (Gray) 43
Grids & Guides Notepads 52
Grids & Guides (Red) 52
Grid Systems 83
Guerilla Art Kit, The 80

H
Hallett, Richard 80
Harmon, Katharine 10, 76
Heller, Steven 71, 77
Henri Matisse: Meet the Artist! 40
Henry Howard: Louisiana’s Architect 68
Hogancamp, Mark 64
How to be a Graphic Designer Without
Losing Your Soul 82
Hundley, Jessica 66

I
I Am a Man Journal 60
Ilić, Mirko 71
Imhof, Dora 24
Inside the Artist’s Studio 74
In the Age of Dinosaurs 39
In the Wilds 81
I Paid the Light Bill Just to See
Your Face 62
It was so quiet I could hear a
pin drop 36

J
Jacobson, Clare 75
Jenny, Peter 67

L
Labyrinths and Mazes 16
La Farge, Phyllis 37
LeRoux, Ayden 21
Let’s Go Letter Hunting 62
Lettering and Type 82
Levi, Vicki Gold 77
Levine, Barbara 6
Levine, Faythe 77
Lewis, David J. 22
Lewis, Paul 22
Ligon, Glenn 60
Lima, Manuel 76, 83
Lingle, Blake 66
Lippert, Kevin 79
Listen! Listen! 30
Lists 73
LoBalbo, Benedetta 70
Local Color 74
LOST 72
Lupi, Giorgia 8
Lupton, Ellen 82, 83
Lynch, Geoffrey 69
Lyon, Fred 58

M
Mack, Stan 37
Macon, Sam 77
Manhattan Classic 69
Manual of Section 22
Mark Hogancamp 64
Mark Mothersbaugh: Collected Facts &
Lies 62
Masterpieces Up Close 38
McGee, Victor 68
Meet the Artist! Series 40
Menocal, Happy 56, 72
Messenger Bag, The 61
Michael Graves: Images of a Grand
Tour 78
More Scenes from the Rural Life 81
More Than Words 73
Morris, William 49
Munari, Bruno 75
Musician Says, The 70
My Nature Sticker Activity Book
Series 39

N
Nested Notes Egg Sticky Notes 62
Nests & Eggs Notecards 57
Nigel Peake City and Country 57
Night Owl Journal 59
NOISE Lined Journal 60

O
Observer’s Notebook: Astronomy 45
Observer’s Notebook: Trees 44
Odyssey Works 21
Olivetti Pattern Series Notecards, The 50
Outside the Box 82
Ozcan, Naz Sahin 56

Q
Quatre Mots Français Notecards 55
Quattro Parole Italiane Notecards 55

R
Rand, Ann 30
Rand, Paul 12, 30
Randl, Chad 62
Rauschenberg, Christopher 78
Redgrave, Alexandra 66
Redstone Diary 2017 61
Robinson, Mimi 74
Rosenberg, Daniel 76
Rothenstein, Julian 4, 14
Rowe, Thereza 32
Ruscha, Ed 60
Russell, Harriet 38

S
Sabini, Oscar 38
San Francisco Portrait of a City
Notecards 58
Sartwell, Matt 66
Savig, Mary 73
Sayles, Elizabeth 79
Scher, Paula 37
Scott, Traer 51, 59, 72
Shaughnessy, Adrian 82
Shellen, Chris 64
Shirt Pocket, The 61
Sign Painters 77
Sigrid Calon Memory Game 54
Sigrid Calon Notecards 58
Sketchbook Project World Tour, The 74
Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods Blog 75
Smith, Keri 80
Smithsonian’s Archives of American
Art 73
Smith Tapes, The 70
Stern, Jamie Thompson 67
Sticker, Shape, Create 32
Strange Trees 36

T
Tatarella, Francesca 16
Textile Arts Center 53
Thinking the Contemporary
Landscape 24
Thinking with Type 83
Thoreau Notecards 57
Thwaites, Thomas 65
Toaster Project, The 65
Tom Kundig:Works 68
Tsurumaki, Marc 22
Tsypin, George 18
Tutti Frutti Pencils 55
Twenty Over Eighty 75
Type on Screen 82
Typographic Systems 83

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World

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WEI

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NAM

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NSAM

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US

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XUK

World English, excluding UK

XUKE

World English, excluding UK and Europe

XUKC

World English, excluding UK and Commonwealth

XUKCE

World English, excluding UK, Commonwealth,
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XEU

World, excluding Europe

XAUNZ

World English, excluding Australia and New Zealand

XJ

World, excluding Japan

Unlearning to Draw 67

V
Van Gogh Repetitions 60
Vincent van Gogh: Meet the Artist! 40
Vintage Sparkle 54
Vintage Typography Notecards 58
Visual Complexity 83

W
War Plan Red 79
Waxman, Nach 66
Welcome to Marwencol 64
Werbler, Elisa 62
What Did I Buy Today? 61
What Did I Eat Today? 61
Who Built That? Bridges 26
Who Built That? Modern Houses 27
Who Built That? Skyscrapers 27
Willen, Bruce 82
William Morris Notecards 49
Woodcut 81
Woodcut Memory Game 47
Woodcut Notebooks 59
Woodcut Notecards 47, 57
Wunsch, Aaron V. 23

WXS
World, excluding Special Territories
(please contact Chronicle Books for details)

Y
You Are Here 10, 76
You Are Here: NYC 10

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