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Books and gifts for the creative minds

SPRING 2020

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Dear reader,

Creativity is moving up in the world. Once it was nice to have, now it’s a need to have.
Creativity is a 21st-century survival skill that professional and personal success depends on.

There’s an old Chinese proverb: “When the winds of change blow, some build walls, others
build windmills.” The Secret of the Highly Creative Thinker points out that in periods of
change, our natural instinct is to dig in and build walls that shield us. Creativity is what
helps us build windmills. It’s the type of thinking that helps us adventure into unfamiliar
territory, see opportunities, generate options, and come up with new solutions in our private
lives, our politics, our schools and our work. In business, creativity fuels innovation. There is
no innovation without creativity.

We got you covered on all accounts: for your private life, we offer Frame Your Imagination
and Museum Art Cards, for your political life we have Branded Protest, for academics Good
Services, and for your work Know Your Onions Corporate Identity. At BIS Publishers we find
it important to train and develop children’s ability to think creatively, therefore, we present
My Photography Game.

Our priority at BIS Publishers is to cultivate creativity in all facets of your life. We hope our
list will surprise, amaze, and inspire you.

Don’t forget to stay connected via our social network – like, share and spread the word! As
always, if you have a good idea for a new project, don’t hesitate to contact us. We would
love to hear from you.

The BIS Publishers team,


Bionda Dias
Bionda@bispublishers.com
Content

4 NEW TITLES FALL 2019

6 Branded Protest
Branding as a Tool to Give Protest an Iconic Face

7 Don’t Buy this Book


Entrepreneurship for Creative People

8 Good Services
Decoding the Mystery of what Makes a Good Service

9 Know Your Onions Corporate Identity


Get your Head Around Corporate Identity Design and Deliver One Like the Big Boys and Girls

10 Dutch Design Cowboys

11 Fizz
The Beginners Guide to Making Natural, Non-Alcoholic Fermented Drinks

12 Pregnancy Cookbook
A Collection of Recipes that Appeal or Appall Depending on your Trimester

13 Museum Art Cards


Experience the Museum with all your Senses

14 Frame Your Imagination


Stimulate your Creativity with over 90 Drawing Challenges

15 My Photography Game
Play, Match and Share!

16 RECENTLY PUBLISHED

17 How to Survive the Organizational Revolution


A Guide to Agile Contemporary Operating Models, Platforms and Ecosystems
17 23 Innovations in Digital Communication
Move Beyond Speculations and Master Mediated Communication
17 Products that Last
Product Design for Circular Business Models
17 Connecting
Harness Your Emotions to Enhance your Creativity
18 The Secret of the Highly Creative Thinker
How to Make Connections others Don’t
18 Pitching Ideas
Make People Fall in Love with your Ideas
18 Hidden Persuasion
33 Psychological Influence Techniques in Advertising
18 Shetching / Sketching the Basics
Drawing Techniques for Product Designers
19 Think Like a Lawyer, Don’t Act Like One
19 Think Like a Manager, Don’t Act Like One
19 The Empathy Game
Playfully Connect on a Deeper Level
19 Robot Memory Game
20 HIGHLIGHTED Gift
22 HIGHLIGHTED Creative Business

24 BESTSELLING SERIES

26 Secret of the Highly Creative Thinker / Creative Thinker’s Exercise Book / Little Creative Thinker’s
Exercise Book / The Divergent and Convergent Thinking Notebook / Creative Thinker’s Dominoes
27 Visual Thinking / Visual Thinking Workbook / Visual Doing / Visual Doing Workbook
28 Don’t Read this Book / To Don’t List / Don’t/Do This Game
29 Think Like a... Lawyer / Manager / Artist / Designer, Don’t Act Like One
30 How to Visit an Art Museum / How to Be a Better Tourist
31 Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow / Don’t Talk Just Kiss / Free Your Mind / Eat Your Heart Out
32 This is my ... New York / Berlin / Londen / Paris
33 Once Upon a Time I.. Was / Went / Wanted to Be

34 BACKLIST

35 Creative Business
38 Design
40 Architecture and Spatial Design
41 Gift Books
43 Notebooks and Postcards
44 Games

46 Contact

48 Index
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978 90 6393 544 6
$ 19.99 - May 2020

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New Titles
Spring 2020

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NEW TITLES

Branded Protest
Branding as a Tool to Give Protest an Iconic Face

Branded Protest takes a closer look at the unique relationship between “branding” and “protest.” It
researches the power of branding, and its influence on current protest movements, giving examples of
unique branding efforts that support protest.

In a time of hypermediation, we find that visual stimulation generally holds the key to success of a mes-
sage. To streamline the process, branding is becoming an essential part of the communication channel.
The success of protest actions is increased by good branding.

This book is a reference tool which will reflect on current protest developments in the context of historic
relevant protest movements, in order to show their differences and common goals. The focus is on the
different branding tools of each individual protest divided into main branding tool directions. For students,
educational professionals, brand and graphic design professionals, and a design-interested audience.

“We cross
our arms to
Cross Your Arms
A perfect example of
body-gesture protest
originated in Hong Kong
in 2014. The crossed
arms gesture evolved
painted white, referring to the activists who were tear-gassed and pep-
per-sprayed by the police, and he brandishes the iconic yellow umbrella.
Adopted by the movement as a symbol of freedom and peace, Umbrella Man
became a mirror in which the protesters could see their own reflections.

The media was quick to associate this piece with the Goddess of Democ-
racy, the 11-metre-high, papier-mâché, torch-bearing female figure con-
structed during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. Milk was apparently
unaware of this statue, probably as he was too young to remember it (he was
born in 1992).
E
express our into one of the key
branding tools of the
famous Yellow Umbrella
This is a classic form of branding – giving an idea a 3D form, in this case
as a giant sculpture.

dissatisfaction protest movement.

with the
government” Anonymous
protester, Hong Kong

GESTURE AND SYMBOL


Pro-democracy campaigners widely adopted the
crossed-arms posture during the Umbrella Move-
The Umbrella
ment protests. Also known as Occupy Central, the
protests took place in 2014 in demand for freer
elections in Hong Kong. Over 79 days, a civil dis-
obedience campaign brought parts of the busy city
Movement
to a standstill. Crossing the arms symbolized resis-
tance to the political status quo, while simultane- On 28 September 2014, Hong Kong police used pepper spray and
ously insisting on the peaceful nature of the pro- tear gas against protesters. In an attempt to protect themselves
test. With this posture, demonstrators emphasized from the chemicals, the protesters sheltered under their umbrellas.
that they were carrying no weapons. The gesture The ultimate symbol of Hong Kong protest, the yellow umbrella,
transmitted the message that they were neither us- was born. Since then, the yellow umbrella has become the global
ing nor advocating violence to achieve their aims. icon of pro-democracy in China, a potent semiotic symbol of
political protest.

Statement Symbol

In the Umbrella Movement, the umbrella becomes a “statement symbol”. It


designates a protected space for dialogue, an invitation to stop and engage
with the political situation in a moment of uncertainty. The umbrella is at
the heart of a performance by and for the artist community, as distinguished
from propaganda for the people. In the I-Ching performance series, the um-
brella was a space for intimate exchange, a forced yet spiritual engagement
with the individual, a dedicated time for understanding the other, and being “Not everyone can
open to new translations and mistranslations.
be there on the
A Mirror for Protesters front lines. The
The umbrella encompasses all of these associations and goes far beyond
them. During the 2014 protest, sculptural umbrella interventions interrupt-
ribbon is a way to
ed the streets of Hong Kong. They included Umbrella Man – a 4-metre-high
human figure constructed from wooden blocks – by an artist known only
show your support”
as Milk. Umbrella Man tells the people’s story of the protest. His face is
Kasey Wong
assistant professor of design,
at Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Brand the Change,


Related page 35

• Filled with case studies like


Yellow Umbrella Movement, Pink
Author Info
Pussy Hat and Women March
Klaus Kempenaars is one of the founders of xSITE. April 2020
Specialising in branding, Klaus can build on a long 208 pages • Interviews with prominent
collaboration with international companies. 10 4/8 x 7 inches
paperback
Art Directors, designers and speakers
Ingeborg Bloem is also one of the founders of xSITE. $ 45.00 like Joshua Wong or Milk, Gérard
She is a cross-media designer/Art Director with broad ISBN 978 90 6369 541 5 Biard, Pussy Riot and El Zeft
experience in the development of brand and communi-
cation projects.
• Foreword by Steven Heller

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NEW TITLES

Don’t Buy This Book


Entrepreneurship for Creative People

Don’t Buy This Book is the sequel to the highly successful Don’t Read This Book – Time Management for
Creative People. Like its predecessor, it uses the ToDon’tList method to help you make the right choices –
choices that help you achieve your goals as a creative entrepreneur.

Don’t Buy This Book walks you through the necessary steps: testing your idea, getting it ready for
business, and building on it. It covers everything you need to get started or improve your business as a
creative and it offers practical exercises to clarify who you want to be as an entrepreneur.

Why Er was eens een businessman die keihard werkte om zoveel


geld te verdienen dat hij de rest van zijn leven op vakantie zou
kunnen. Dit doel kreeg de opperste prioriteit, ging voor alle
andere dingen: gezin, vrienden, leven. Uiteindelijk was dan het
3

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People don’t buy

Creative zover. Hij kocht een jacht en zeilde de wereld over. Dat deed hij
drie jaar lang. Eenzaam dobberend op zee, kwam hij tot een
conclusie… wat had hij nu eigenlijk?
what you do; they buy
why you do it.

People Focusing your life solely


— Simon Sinek

Become on making a buck shows a


poverty of ambition. It asks
People will always love your idea…
Wat je idee ook is, mensen zullen het bijna altijd een goed
idee vinden. Wat is de reden om het geen goed idee te vinden?

Entre- too little of yourself. And it Eerst was er geen idee, nu is er wel een idee, maar alles is nog
steeds hetzelfde. Het is fijn om positieve feedback te krijgen op
will leave you unfulfilled. dat wat je van plan bent. Het geeft jezelf vertrouwen om iets
ook daadwerkelijk te gaan doen.

preneurs
— Barack Obama
….until you ask them to pay for it
De harde werkelijkheid doet zijn intrede wanneer de
mensen die jouw plannen goed vonden – of het nu een ont-
werpstudio of een product is –ook moeten gaan betalen. Iets
een goed idee vinden is, is iets anders dan dit goede idee ook
kopen. Een goed idee hebben, is dus iets anders dan een busi-
nessmodel. En let op: dan gaat het er (in dit boek) niet eens om,
zo snel mogelijk zoveel mogelijk geld te verdienen. Het gaat
er wél om dat je als entrepreneur jouw service of product wilt
verkopen. zodat je kunt blijven doen wat je leuk vindt. Zoals de
Nederlandse rapper Brainpower ooit zei: “Ik maak geen platen
om mijn kamer mee te behangen”.

36 Don’t solve a problem by creating another one


De why achter de meeste ideeën voor een product of service
Maar nog beter hoe je voorkomt dat deze spullen überhaupt je
huis in komen.
37 Create your Pitch
ontstaat vanuit een ‘probleem’. Dat probleem willen we dan
oplossen. Maar vraag je af of dit probleem er ook echt wel is. Of
Answer as short as possible. Max 1 sentence.
As creatives we have a responsibilty
dermate groot is dat mensen er een oplossing voor willen. Op and we can make a change!
kickstarter zijn talloze oplossingen voor problemen te vinden, We hebben als creatieven een verantwoordelijkheid. We
waarvan je je kan afvragen welk probleem het oplost. Vaak zijn creëeren dingen, maar we moeten ons dus wel realiseren wat
1. What is your product or service? 5. Who is your target customer/client?
het variaties/verbeteringen op zaken die er al lang zijn. de impact daarvan is. Zowel in positieve als in negatieve zin.
Dichtbij ons huis zit een kleine ijssalon met fantastisch home-
Wanneer we een probleem willen oplossen is onze eerste made ijs. De winkel gaat open in het begin van de lente en sluit
reactie om iets toe te voegen. Als we ons snijden plakken we er in de herfst. Zodra de winkel open is, komt iedereen voor het
een pleister op. Als het eten niet smaakt gooien we er extra zout ambachtelijke ijs. Zo ver, zo goed. Het enige nadeel is dat de
op. Maar vaak verzinnen we add-ons die niet noodzakelijk zijn. hele dag medewerkers met vuilniszakken vol lege ijsbakjes
En even over de vraag of je kopers toch overtuigd krijgt van de en plastic lepeltjes lopen te slepen. Er is dus een keerzijde die
2. Why do you do it? 6. Why do people need it /why would they buy it?
noodzakelijkheid, je bent dan dus producten aan het produc- we liever niet zien maar er wel is. Maar juist daar zit ook een
eren die dus eigenlijk helemaal niet nodig zijn en daarmee dus mogelijkheid. Op het moment dat we juist die keerzijde oplos-
eigenlijk helemaal niets bijdragen aan de wereld. Behalve dat sen, verbeteren we de wereld. En dat zou als creatieve entrepre-
we nu extra spullen hebben. neurs toch moeten lukken.
Zeker als je doel is om de wereld beter achter te laten is dit
een belangrijke vraag. Je kan elektrische auto’s gaan maken —
7.How will they benefit from your
en dat is natuurlijk altijd beter dan auto’s die op benzine lopen A city is a passel of people
3. What does it do/is its effect? product or service? If there are more benefits, decide which one is the most important
— maar je bent nog steeds auto’s aan het maken. En dat je in
one for prospective clients.
packed in a pot like pickles
een elektrische auto zit, betekent niet dat de stroom die erin — David Detzert
gaat is opgewekt met windmolens. Als die stroom is opgewekt
met steenkolen zijn we uiteindelijk nog niet zoveel opgescho-
ten. Er zijn nog steeds heel veel grondstoffen voor nodig. Als Eerder hadden we het over de verticalen concurrenten. Als
we de wereld willen verbeteren zijn we vooral geneigd nieuwe we het over elektrische auto’s hebben dan zijn horizontale
dingen te kopen, die weliswaar schoner zijn, maar vervolgens concurrenten vooral andere automerken. Op de verticale as 4. What is unique about what you offer? 8. How will this improve your clients’ quality of life?
staat het vervuilende apparaat op straat en is er ook nog eens bevinden zich de alternatieven. Wat als we nu een manier vin-
een nieuw apparaat gemaakt. den waarbij we geen auto meer nodig hebben. Wie kijkt naar
Opruimguru Marie Kondo beschrijft hoe je zo veel mogelijk de toekomst van de stad ziet dat de stad alleen maar drukker
spullen weg kan doen en zo je leven overzichtelijker maakt. zal worden met mensen. Waardoor er steeds minder ruimte
Hoe alleen over wat je vreugde geeft. Vol passie schrijft ze over zal zijn voor auto’s. Individueler vervoer en openbaar vervoer
de vuilniszakken die de deur uit gaan. Wat alleen jammer is dat worden waarschijnlijk veel belangrijker. Een elektrische step
al die overbodig spullen vaak worden weggegooid. Je zou kun- en fiets of een zelfrijdende bus zouden dus goede verticale con-
nen kijken hoe je juist die spullen wel een tweede leven geeft. currenten kunnen zijn van de elektrische auto. Bovendien zij

Don’t Read this Book, To Don’t List, Don’t/Do This - Game,


Related page 37 page 41 page 37

Author Info • The book helps you define your


ambitions and priorities, but also gives
Donald Roos is an independent typographic designer and April 2020
creative entrepreneur. He creates movie titles for feature films 160 pages
realistic tips about return of investment,
and helps startups with concepts and UI/UX designs for apps 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches contracts, pricing and marketing.
and tools. He regularly sets up new projects because he paperback
loves to execute fresh ideas. His biggest problem: too much $ 20.00
to do and too little time. That’s why he came up with the To ISBN 978 90 6369 537 8
• To Don’t series: 25.000 copies sold
Don’t List method.
• Highly illustrated and beautifully
Anne de Bruijn is a copywriter, editor and producer. She cre-
ates audio guides, videos and other content for internationally designed
known museums as well as corporate organisations. She
regularly helps new freelancers and entrepreneurs get start-
ed. Anne also has a keen interest in languages and cultural
diversity. She previously co-wrote ‘Don’t Read This Book’.
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NEW TITLES

Know Your Onions - Corporate Identity


Get your Head Around Corporate Identity Design and Deliver One
Like the Big Boys and Girls

Not all of us get to work on multi-million corporate identity projects for airlines and huge conglomerates.
If you are new to the sector or honing your skills, then this is for you. This book is for people who have to
tackle identity projects in the real world. It is a broad introduction to identity design, not branding - don’t
worry, you’ll learn the difference.

If you want a book that gives you an action plan, this is for you. Whether you are newly tasked with a cor-
porate identity project or just looking to hone your skills, this book will help you understand the process
and learn how to deliver designs that impress.

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THINKING
Identity, corporate identity or brand
I think it might help to clear the air and define what these
terms actually mean. They certainly get mixed up and used
incorrectly. As the title suggests this book is about identity.
Identity is the visual language that an organisation uses to
identify itself to the world. Often included in that is the use
of the logo, typographic style, color palette, photography and
illustration, language and tone of voice.
Corporate identity focuses on a visual identity for a There could be a
business as opposed to a product for instance. It is the same as Know Your Onions
‘identity’ but usually refers to the organisation only. book on each of
these subjects and
Branding is a much wider subject, it includes identity,
many, many more,
corporate identity and a stack of other things like how
but I’m not an
your customers interact and feel about your organisation
expert on them,
and product. Branding includes experiential marketing or
sorry to say.
engagement marketing, PR, events, the whole thing. For
instance, Marmite is not just defined by the label on the pot,
it has a whole personality of the brand (love it or hate it) and
thrives on how people perceive it and its unique position in
the British psyche. How many expats ask their mates to bring
over a pot of Marmite in their suitcases when they come to
visit? It’s the taste of home and a real illustration of brand
buy-in.
Clients often refer to a branding projects when they mean an
identity project, there is no point in correcting them, just so as
you know the difference. And now you do.
Occasionally you may actually get asked to provide a full
branding project.You’ll be tackling a stack of things outside a
normal designers role and despite the publication of various
books on the market that reckon you can do the whole thing
in 5 easy steps, personally, I don’t think you can. I don’t cover
that in this book. We have to focus people, identity is what
we are dealing with here.

19 20


Working for free Pro bono
There are a number of scenarios when working for free and On occasion, and I do it too, I choose to help an organisation
only two of them should ever be acceptable and all of them and deliver my skills at no cost. I’m lucky, I have a great team
Favour are your own personal choice. (that sounds like something motivational speakers says) who
gonna kill can step in and do the necessary at the drop of a hat, so when
you faster These are: I get a estimate request from an organisation like a small
than a bullet mental health charity, I price it low, really low. This is the key

Carlito Brigante,
from the 1993 film
Carlito’s Way’
point, they think they are paying for it and the reason I make
them think that is when you are paying for something, it has
worth. But come invoice day, I explain that we have decided
to offer the work at no cost, pro bono.
FOR A MATE PRO BONO
It’s a nice thing to do. When projects are offered the oherway
around, when the client asks for pro bono work or at a
reduced cost, things often work out badly.
I was once called in after a large branding agency, who’s
creative director like the limelight had delivered a pro bono
identity, only to leave them (after 13 months) with nothing
THE PROMISE
OF FUTURE more tangible than a new logo. It would be unprofessional
PITCH WORK for me to mention the organisation or the agency involved A lovely ‘thank
(ahem) but the result was a charity with a new logo and no you’ from a charity
understanding of how to implement it. The agency did it for we worked with
the press, and they did very well out of it.
There are no sour grapes here, I got paid well to ‘rescue’ the
project, but if you are going to work pro bono, do the right
For a mate
thing and do it properly.
If you want to produce an identity for a mate, why not?
Bono means You’ll be helping them and as they are your mate, why Pitch
‘good’, I wonder if wouldn’t you? But make sure you set out the parameters. We get asked to pitch all the time. A pitch can mean two
the U2 frontman As Carlito says ‘Favour gonna kill you faster than a bullet’. things, come in an present your company and its credentials,
knew that when Know what you have agreed to, try an keep it professional which to my mind is absolutely free. Or do a stack of design
he chose that, bet and document what you agreed. I know you are dealing work on our project, which you won’t be paid for, so that
he did with a friend, but you will lose one as quick as lightning we can see whether we like them or not, or even steal them
if you both don’t understand the parameters. Buy the way, when you are not looking. I’ve banged on about how I
just because the work is for free, don’t think for a moment feel about it in my other books.You have to choose yourself
you won’t have the same issues with regard to pinion and whether you want to entertain this sort of thing or not. If
direction, unless of course you agree otherwise. you are working for an agency, it won’t be your decision,

Know Your Onions: Know Your Onions:


Related Graphic Design, Web Design,
page 39 page 39

• A broad introduction to the


Author Info world of designing and managing
a corporate identity project, focusing
Drew de Soto is the founder and Creative Director of March 2020 on the design process.
Navig8 (2000) and has gone on to work with some of 208 pages
the most influential UK organisations. These include 7 7/8 x 4 5/8 inches
the British Council, the UK Government, international paperback • Over 58,000 copies of the series sold!
charities and brands. $ 24.99
ISBN 978 90 6369 539 2
• Humorously written and very
practical; full of illustrations,
diagrams, notes, examples
and case studies

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NEW TITLES

Good Services
Decoding the Mystery of What Makes a Good Service

Service design is a rapidly growing area of interest in design and business management. This book lays
out the essential principles for building services that work well for users, demystifying what we mean by a
‘good’ and ‘bad’ service and describing the common elements within all services that work well for users
or don’t. There are a lot of books on how to get started, but this is the first book that describes what a
‘good’ service is, what makes a good service and why.

This book unlocks the common characteristics of ‘good service’ to the benefit of anyone involved with de-
signing or delivering services. For readers who are not professional service designers, this book gives an
indication of service standards they and their teams should aim to meet and the tools to achieve that goal.

1 The service must be


able to be found by

What is a
a user with no prior
knowledge of the task
they set out to do.
For example someone
Be easy who wants to ‘learn

service?
to drive’ must be able
to find to find their way to
‘get a driving license’
as part of that service
unaided.

There are many But services aren’t


Good
To a user, a service is simple. It’s something that helps
them to do something - like learn to drive, buy a house,
or become a childminder.
definitions of ‘a complicated, and
services
It’s an activity that needs to be done. A verb that comes

service’. Most are long, they don’t deserve naturally from a given situation that cuts across websites,
call centre menus and around your carefully placed

complicated and the complicated


advice towards its end goal.

are verbs
This isn’t how most organisations see their services
almost impossible explanation they’ve though.

to remember. been given in the past. For most organisations, services are individual discrete
actions that need to be completed in a specified

A service is simply
order – things like ‘account registration’ ‘booking an
appointment’ or ‘filling a claim’. Because of this, they
need to be uniquely identifiable so that the people
Most will claim that something that who are operating them can become familiar with them,

Bad
and assist a user to complete their task.

services are intangible helps someone to We’ve given these things names, nouns, to help us

do something.
keep track of them. In government, these are things
or a set of processes, like ‘Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous

services
Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR)’ or ‘Statutory

making them sound Off Road Vehicle Notification (SORN)’ – but the names
private organisations give these things are no less obtuse.

almost as if they are


are nouns
When it comes to finding your service, nothing is more
important than its name. Sadly services that are badly
too complex to be named often fall into the category of ‘Googlefails’ – things
you wouldn’t be able to find unless you knew what to

designed. ask for.

23 A good service is easy to find 24

How to Have Your Cake Thinking in Services,


Related and Eat it too, page 36
page 36

• Provide readers with


the know-how to evaluate and
Author Info improve service standards in the
workplace
Lou Downe is Director of Design for the UK Government March 2020
and was voted one of the UK’s top 50 Creative Leaders 192 pages
by Creative Review in 2016, and one of the world’s 100 6 7/8 x 5 1/8 inches • Author was voted one of the
most influential people in Digital Government by Apoliti- paperback world’s 100 most influential people in
cal in 2018. $ 23.00 Digital Government by Apolitical
ISBN 978 90 6369 543 9
in 2018

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NEW TITLES

Dutch Design Cowboys

The internationally well-known and prize-winning Studio Kluif never ceases to amaze with their magical
and attractive designs. Ranging from graphic design, illustration, packaging and design for fashion, this
substantial monograph is packed with their latest creative projects

Work Hard, Play


Related Harder,
page 40

Author Info • Latest work of an award-


winning design studio
An award-winning design studio founded in 1999, Studio May 2020
Kluif focuses on the full range of design from packaging 176 pages
to creative strategy and identity design. They received 8 5/8 x 6 inches • This is the fifth monograph
a Crossborder Award for Best International Marketing Hardcover in slip case of Studio Kluif
Campaign for Fatboy and various Pentawards for World- $ 25.00
wide Packaging. They are based in the Netherlands. ISBN 978 90 6369 538 5

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NEW TITLES

Frame your Imagination


Stimulate your Creativity with over 90 Drawing Challenges

Frame Your Imagination stimulates your creativity with over 90 drawing challenges. Each page contains
a shape or line, some with color, others without. Include the shape or line into a drawing of anything that
comes to mind. Kind of a ‘finish the drawing’ principle with complete artistic freedom. It is totally up to you!

There are hashtags mentioned throughout the book that you can use for inspiration. The drawing chal-
lenges are designed to stimulate your creative mind and stretch your imagination. No artistic skills are
required, use the art of creative thinking! Don’t forget to post your drawing on Instagram with the
hashtag #frameyourimagination and the page # to show others what you’ve created and get inspired by
what others did.

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#botanic #frameyourimagination78 #imprisoned #love #poem #genera-
tion #treehouse #green #summertime #princess #lol #lifestyle #home-
village #birthday #talkloud #christmas #share #flowers #walking #king
#pattern #digitalart #show #birth #coffeetable #scared #sunnysunday
#contrast #excitement #painting #yesterday #afternoon #selfish #life-
time #outoftheblue #boat#sweetheart #gallery #one #alone #never-
mind #sometimes #castle #leafs #sunset #motivation #botanicalart
#ideas #desert #suddenly #skate #streetstyle #grow #circus #wind
#future #bohemian #machine #decorative #angry #aestheticart #think
#dinner #morning #homesickness #down #wildlifephotography #creative
#milkyway #cake #masterpiece #wall #goodmorning #nofilter #street
#saturdaymood #herbs #room #sea #moving #plans #naturephoto-
graphy #happy #summer #pretty #bike #romance #friday #coffee #small

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tion #style #thinking #explore #cool #bug #moon #secret #outdoorliving
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tures #male #reminder #breakfast #border #fashion #jazz #sunny #chair
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ful #being #surprise #journey #skeleton #people #first #worldwide #ride
#dirt #country #swag #air #disgusting #mountains #structure #weekend
#colourful #old #computer #climate #identity #lonelyplant #...................

#radio #outdoorliving #wish #art #fashion #portrait #interiordesign #artist


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#workhard #nevermind #architecture #healthy #no #country #hot #fun
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tant #circus #bubble #wildlifephotography #partytime #difficult #small
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#abstract #green #emphatic #interior #male #think #zoo #sea #illustra-
tion #target #hallucination #citylife #beautyaddict #roadtrip #drive
#emotions #beach #homevillage #rain #workout #creative #empty #sail
#train #dark #people #doodle #north #yesterday #blackandwhite
#together #save #today #selfie #funny #friends #myth #animal #shake
#painful #skeleton #water #beautiful #mylife #wind #treehouse #walking
#diary #clean #old #queen #cold #sometimes #bored #flyago #death
#frameyourimagination16

#couple #believe #hair #big #botanic #cake #threat #home #selfish


#lovers #handshake #contrast #evening #world #coffeetable #wave #mood
#open #mountains #sky #ticket #business #scared #princess #jewel
#autumn #show #smile #rollercoaster #up #upstairs #wakeup #hell
#hunger #kawaii #outoftheblue #king #worldcaptures #literature #satur-
daymood #fairytale #air #winner #try #skyline #sandcastle #cute #winter
#christmas #journey #sunnysunday #climate #street #milkyway #one
#meet #omg #painting #little #weekend #transparent #writer #coffee
#flowers #floor #secret #sinking #shallow #ride #grow #...............

#news #wave #separate #couple #illustration #beach #north #sculp-


tures #male #reminder #breakfast #border #fashion #jazz #sunny
#chair #hope #yes #skyline #become #handmade #act #jewel #graphic
#next #lovers #frameyourimagination04 #bored #growingup #dance #fly
#winter #mono #music #beautiful #being #surprise #journey #skeleton
#people #first #worldwide #ride #dirt #country #swag #air #disgusting
#mountains #structure #weekend #colourful #old #computer #climate
#identity #lonelyplant #upstairs #animal #friends #hot #worldcaptures
#beenthere #game #longtime #giant #words #important #open #drive
#painful #evening #shallow #animal #certain #look #smile #draw #me
#wanderlust #playing #cold #art #wakeup #sing #ticket#big #feminist
#sinking #sound #design #mood #hello #workout #begin #partytime
#fun #font #no #insect #landscape #follow #imagine #try #roadtrip
#together #spring #wildlife #transparent #book #wild #jungle #doodle
#frameyourimagination04

#female #shadow #passed #blessed #food #business #emotions #bubble


#firstkiss #trip #bye #full #healthy #dark #earthcapture #highway #sad
#fear #target #fairytale #enjoy #stopmotion #zoo #future #bohemian
#machine #decorative #angry #aestheticart #think #girl #rollercoaster
#yummy #summerday #still #pastel #sail #dream #little #photo #writer
#black #floor #noise #phone #strong #young #abstract #traveltheworld
#queen #save #write #ocean #cute #tiny #naturelover #beyond #flyago
#water #sketching #difficult #meet #novel #hair #car #moment #culture-
shock #wish #up #past #rain #mother #snow #believe #..................................

Author Info • Great gift potential


Caroline Ellerbeck graduated from the Royal Academy of February 2020
Visual Arts in The Hague. Since 2003 she has worked in- 192 pages
• Various artists and illustrators
dependently as an illustrator for various clients. Whether 5 1/8 x 6 6/8 inches will be asked to share their creations
she makes illustrations for children’s books, magazines paperback with the hastag
or campaigns, her style is always recognisable and clear. $ 14.99
She always knows how to find the right visual language ISBN 978 90 6369 542 2
#frameyourimagination
for the assignment. to start an
online buzz

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FIZZ
The Beginner’s Guide to Making Natural,
Non-Alcoholic Fermented Drinks

Fermentation produces fantastic non-alcoholic drinks. Think of a fresh and tart kombucha, a
thirst-quenching water kefir, or an earthy beet kvass…they all fizz with healthy bacteria and they all
surprise you with their complex taste. More and more, you’ll see these drinks offered in top restaurants
and cocktail bars. But you can also make them yourself. Fermented drinks, with their natural sparkle and
slightly yeasty taste, are a great alternative to wine or beer. They are perfect for those who want to con-
sume less alcohol and those who want to give a probiotic boost to their body.

This book tells you everything you need to know to brew these healthy and alcohol-free drinks. You will
find accessible recipes with step-by-step illustrations, scientific background information on the fermenta-
tion process, and ‘juicy’ anecdotes about the origin of these extraordinary drinks.

Author Info • Fermented, non-alcoholic


beverages are trending
Barbara Serulus is a culinary journalist for Belgian May 2020
magazines and newspapers such as De Standaard 144 pages
Magazine and Weekend Knack. On the side she works 8 4/8 x 6 1/8 inches • Higlhy illustrated with an overall
as a chef at the Table Dance restaurant in Antwerp. paperback vintage feeling
$ 19.99
Elise van Iterson is an illustrator who works for various ISBN 978 90 6369 544 6
Dutch magazines and newspapers such as Vrij Ned- • Easy recipes; no extra knowledge
erland, ELLE Eten, Trouw and Hollands Maandblad. about the process needed
Besides that, she is a chef at the restaurant Bureau in
Amsterdam.

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Pregnancy Cookbook
A Collection of Recipes that Appeal or Appall
Depending on your Trimester

Being pregnant is an exciting time, as your little avocado finally metamorphoses into a fantastic water-
melon. It brings a lot of change: in your body, your moods and, more often than not, your appetite. For the
next nine months, your tastebuds will never be the same.

While there is much joy surrounding the soon arrival of a new family member, this book celebrates the
fleeting wonder of weird pregnancy cravings. Together we’ll revel in 40 dishes; one for every week that
you’re expectant.

Like a roulette of feelings, this book will repulse, excite, horrify and satisfy you at every turn of the page.
You’ll experience feelings you never knew existed, and once your bundle of joy is delivered, this collection
of treats will never appeal to you again – unless, of course, you find yourself with another bun in the oven.

Week 8
Your baby is now the size of a grape.

Cho-Co-La-Te
Ba-Con
Ingredients You don’t have to be pregnant to appreciate
this delicacy. Because bacon. And chocolate.
Bacon But also bacon.

Milk chocolate When I first heard about this craving I thought


this shouldn’t only be for pregnant women. I
soon realized that this has been a thing in
the US for years, and for obvious reasons,
because bacon goes well with everything.

Now imagine it with chocolate. Few things in


the universe complement each other better
than chocolate and bacon. Rainbows and
unicorns do, but their taste is supposed to be
a bit bland.

Fry yourself some bacon until it’s nice and


crisp. Let it cool, and dab off the grease. Melt
some milk chocolate and cover your bacon
in it. Make sure the bacon is dry and crispy
before you completely cover it with chocolate,
because soft, moist bacon isn’t really bacon.

12 13

Week 4
Your baby is now the size of a poppy seed.

Pickloreo

Ingredients A recipe that has upset and excited many


people. Some see the Oreo as the holiest
Oreo cookies of holies, a cookie not to be tinkered with,
others as a blank canvas of opportunity, a
Pickles springboard of flavor waiting to catapult you
into ecstasy. As you can probably guess, by
Whipped cream “others” I mean “other pregnant women”.

You’re about to discover the Pickloreo, a


cookie and pickle sandwich with sweet cream
on top. Or in the middle. Or on the bottom.
Whatever tickles your fancy. Unlike the recipes
you’ve seen so far, this one requires a little bit
of prep, but that’s half the fun of eating.

Disassemble each Oreo into three parts:


cookie, cream, cookie. Slice up some
pickles, two slices for each sandwich. Stack
the Pickloreo in the following order: cookie,
pickle, sweet, sweet delicious cream, pickle,
cookie. Make sure you build plenty so you
can out-eat your craving without having to
build refills. So stack your stacks on stacks.

6 7 18 19

Football Baby Names, The Art of Parenting,


Related page 43 page 43

Author Info • Very strong gift book potential


Pascal Rotteveel joined VICE in 2015 to set up the Mei 2020
VIRTUE creative department in Amsterdam working on 112 pages
• Millenial (future) parents are the
branded partnerships for mostly EMEA and global cli- 9 7/8 x 7 7/8 inches biggest pregnant audience with
ents. He has been recognised with more than 30 awards hardcover a big budget
including Webby awards, Lovie Awards, Eurobest, ADC, $ 24.99
Epica, Effie, The FWA, Emerce, SAN Accenten and ISBN 978 90 6369 548 4
SpinAwards. • The photos are taken by an
acclaimed and awarded food
photographer and stylist

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Museum Art Cards


Experience the Museum with all your Senses

Besides the overwhelming amount of visual information that can stand in the way of a pleasant museum
visit, there’s another trivial matter: meaning. Many of us aim to understand and categorize everything we
see, but what do you truly think when looking at a particular artwork?

The activities on these cards help you to establish a connection with an artwork yourself, despite any
given information. You can do this in every art museum, anywhere in the world. Follow the activities from
A-Z, choose one randomly or select the ones that appeal to you most.

How to Visit an Art


Related Museum,
page 42
• Can be used in every
museum across the world
Author Info
• 50 activities that help you
Lise Lotte ten Voorde works for FOMU, the Antwerp February 2020 engage deeply with art
Museum of Photography. She also writes about art, 52 cards
photography and contemporary culture for clients such as 5 7/8 x 4 3/8 x 1 1/8 inches
Vrij Nederland, Charlie Magazine, De Online Gids, SMAK boxed set • Follow the activities from A-Z,
museum of contemporary Art in Ghent, NRC Next and $ 24.99 choose one randomly or do the ones
various artists. ISBN 978 90 6369 549 1
who appeal to you most.
Naomi Boas is a Rotterdam-based art historian specialised
in 19th-century photography and art education. She was • Cards are designed by the
educator at the Nederlands Fotomuseum between
2003-2008. Since then she has been the owner of Beeld-
award-winning designer
verhalen, her one-person business for telling and writing Sybren Kuiper
stories about art and cultural heritage in co-creation with
museums, primary and secondary schools and creatives.
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NEW TITLES

My Photography Game
Play, Match, Share!

My Photography Game is a matching and creating game about the secrets of image making for chil-
dren ages six years and up. While collecting quartets, the player looks carefully at images and symbols,
discovering the underlying visual elements that connect them. After matching all sets of four, take pictures
applying the characteristics of each theme and they’ll become a great photographer!

Its intuitive design, beautiful images, and visual rules allow children to learn the game on their own. The
variety of art works from different fields and periods is an added educational element for acquiring visual
literacy and encourages observation as well as comparison. It can be played individually or in small
groups.

My Photography
Related Toolbox,
page 44

Author Info

Rosa Pons-Cerdà is an interdisciplinary writer, media March 2020 • From the same authors as
and games content designer. Lenno Verhoog is a 52 cards My Photography Toolbox
researcher in Creative Practices. He is also a course 5 1/8 x 3 7/8 x 1 3/8 inches
leader of Image & Media Technology at HKU-Media. boxed set which sold over 5,000 copies
$ 19.99
ISBN 978 90 6369 552 1 • Age 6+

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How to Survive the 23 Innovations in


Organizational Revolution Digital Communication
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larity of VR in marketing is on the rise as communication campaigns using VR get
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We need to
High
cross the river Build a
brigde
We need to
cross the river
Figure out
how SOCIAL VIRTUAL REALITY – not readily available and communication is difficult. In these worlds, their identi-

UNDERSTANDING THE POWER OF ty is tied to a body they choose and by the actions they take, where they have so of-
ten been marginalized in the physical world in a culture that does not understand
VIRTUAL PLACES AND BODIES FOR or rejects these individuals and/or their appearance. Stories of a community of
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES such individuals are documented in the film Our Digital Selves.
Alignment
I hope someone
is working By Donna Davis This example also has important implications for the future of health commu-
on the river
problem... https://www.linkedin.com/in/donnazdavis/ nication. Research consistently reveals a sense of safety, security, and a resulting
willingness to share insights about their conditions that they would often not
As virtual and mixed reality technologies are increasingly being utilized for im- share in any other setting, online or offline. In a virtual world, individuals are able

”The Spotify model is Low mersive storytelling, marketing, and entertainment, organizations are likewise
attempting to identify how to best utilize these environments to build online com-
to build communities of support that healthcare providers may want to consider
for reaching vulnerable and often inaccessible populations. Such is the case with a
about creating minimal Low Autonomy
Figure x: C oncept of aligned autonomy
High
munities. Although many people think of VR for gaming and entertainment, so- Parkinson’s support community that has been meeting in the virtual world since

viable bureaucracy with cial virtual worlds also offer a vibrant and effective platform for building commu-
nity, especially for globally dispersed populations or among individuals who may
2011. This community was founded by an 84-year-old woman with Parkinson’s
disease who immediately felt benefits through the playful social activities she

high autonomy and high imaginary. The system owner role is a variety of skills. In a matrix work is
be limited by mobility. Consider, for example, the potential of social virtual worlds
for people with disabilities or who are immune compromised, who are often una-
was able to enjoy in the virtual world. The story of Fran Serenade (as she is known
in Second Life) has been well documented. As telehealth continues to experience

alignment” kept small though, so as not to impe-


de much on the independence of the
often project based meaning that team
composition changes form project to
ble to work or be socially active in the physical world. Two features of social virtual
worlds that make this especially effective emerge through the sense of presence.
rapid growth and adoption, social virtual worlds provide a viable and eminently
more engaging alternative to the typical webcam or text platforms currently uti-
squads. project, but in the Spotify model team
When individuals feel physically present and able to interact in and with a space lized. Other examples of the sense of presence in VR as used in healthcare can be
composition is stable. Finally in the
as well as embodied through the user’s avatar that can also interact with other seen in a 2018 commercial showing the power of the mind for an amputee learn-
> Joakim Sunden Spotify reinvents the matrix
pure version of the matrix, each mem-
ber of the organization is accountable
avatars, the sense of engagement and connection is also elevated. ing to walk with a prosthetic.Similarly, VR is being used very effectively in working
with burn victims and physical therapy.
organization to two line managers. In the Spotify
One example of this use of VR is in the exploration of disability communities in
model there is only one: the chapter
3D platforms that exist as screen-based virtual reality but are also important to Technological transformation including VR is also raising critical questions re-
Looking at this model the question ari- lead. A squad member gets the input
the evolution of social virtual worlds optimized for headsets. Second Life (secon- garding the future of work as automation and virtual and augmented reality are
ses whether this is really a new orga- what to do from the product owner
nizational form or whether it just uses and how to do it from the chapter dlife.com), a social virtual world that went online in 2004, is home to more than a changing the nature of jobs, of the workplace and of the labor force. Consider both

new words for old forms. The model lead. But the chapter lead does the half million active users worldwide. Among these “residents” are people with dis- the challenges and the opportunities to build alternative work opportunities for
ARD-PIE TE R DE MAN, PIE TE R KOE NE & MARTIJN ARS looks conspicuously like a matrix. Ho- performance review. abilities (PWD). These individuals can choose how to represent themselves in the disabled people who are often not given access to work due to their disability. As
wever there are a few notable differen- virtual world where a wheelchair-bound person can create an avatar body that may technology continues to improve speech to text, text to speech, and eye-tracking,
ces with a matrix structure. In a matrix Probably more relevant than a discus- or may not include a wheelchair. In a virtual world, where most communication is new work and research opportunities will continue to emerge people who repre-
similar skills are grouped together in sion about whether this structure is text-based, the deaf person can communicate with all people, where in the phys- sent many types of disabilities. And, once again, human resources professionals
departments whereas squads contain really new and different is the realiza- ical world they have so often been left out of communities when sign language is will be watching closely as the focus on equity and inclusion means the inclusion

22 VIRTUAL REALIT Y VIRTUAL REALIT Y 21

People face a bewildering choice of new organizational Reading this book will render deep insights into how
design options. How to Survive the Organizational Rev- innovative digital media can be used to influence buying
olution is an indispensable book that helps navigate the behavior and decision-making. With expert knowledge,
new landscape by providing a concise, practical overview testimonials, and key research, this book describes,
of various methods and provides a user guide, showing criticizes, and evaluates 23 innovations that have had
when they are effective and when to avoid them. a profound impact on media and communication. The
professional and scientific impact, and social challenges
coming with these innovations are discussed.
Authors: Pieter Koene, Martijn Ars and Ard-Pieter Authors: Paul Ketelaar, Sanne Demir & Jan Aarts
de Man | 216 pages | 8 4/8 x 6 6/8 inches | paper- 340 pages | 9 5/8 x 7 6/8 inches |
back with flaps | 978 90 6369 521 7 | $ 45.00 paperback | 978 90 6369 518 7 | $ 45.00

Products that Last Connecting

Products that Last starts where most books on product How can we cultivate our creativity to live a more emotion-
development end. The book offers readers an innovative ally rewarding life? Drawing on insights from neuroscience
and practical methodology to unravel a product’s afterlife and psychology, Connecting will explore seven paradox-
and systematically evaluate it for new opportunities. It ical aspects of our emotional experiences that fuel our
introduces business models that enable us to benefit from creativity. Each page is an illustrative example designed to
the opportunities offered by a much longer product life. enlighten, illuminate, challenge and provoke.

Authors: Conny Bakker, Marcel den Hollander Authors: Paulina Larocca and Tony Ibbotson |
and Ed van Hinte | 128 pages | 10 3/8 x 7 7/8 inches | 160 pages | 8 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches | hardcover |
paperback otabind | 978 90 6369 522 4 | $ 45.00 978 90 6369 526 2 | $ 24.99 |

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The Secret of the Pitching Ideas


Highly Creative Thinker

People who are good at creating ideas are good at seeing For one reason or another, pitching ideas is one of the
connections. Could teaching people to see connections be most undervalued practices in the creative field. In this
a way to help them be more creative? Supported by the book the author will take you inside of the heads of the
latest neuroscience, this book gives you hands-on advice people you have to convince. Pitching Ideas will help you
on how to enhance your own creativity. An inspiring combi- to find the essence of the idea you want to get across and
nation of theory, techniques, anecdotes, and exercises to will explain how you can really convince the right people
help you access better ideas and bigger breakthroughs. in the end.

Author: Dorte Nielsen and Sarah Thurber | Author: Jeroen van Geel |
192 pages | 192 pages | 9 2/8 x 6 1/8 inches | 128 pages | 8 2/8 x 5 6/8 inches | paperback |
paperback | 978 90 6369 532 3 | $ 19.99 978 90 6369 529 3 | $ 19.99

Hidden Persuasion Sketching & Sketching the Basics

Hidden Persuasion analyzes advertising beyond the


Sketching is an incredibly broad and practical survey of
persuasive power of the imagery itself. It explains the
sketching techniques for product designers. The book is
psychology behind 33 effective influence techniques in
suited for the classroom, but every design studio will also
visual persuasion and how to apply them. The techniques
find this manual an asset. Sketching the Basics explains
range from influencing essentials to more obscure and
the rudiments of learning to draw, using step-by-step
insidious ones. The reader will gain deep insights into how
illustrations, examples, and strategies. You will learn how
visual means are constructed to influence behavior and
to apply sketches in the design process.
decisionmaking on an unconscious level.
Authors: Koos Eissen and Roselien Steur |
Authors: Marc Andrews, Matthijs van Leeuwen,
Sketching: 256 pages | 11 1/8 x 8 6/8 inches |
Rick van Baaren | 192 pages |
paperback | 978 90 6369 533 0 | $ 29.99
9 x 6 6/8 inches | paperback with flaps |
Sketching the Basics | 204 pages | 11 1/8 x 8 6/8
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Think Like a Lawyer, Think Like a Manager,


Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One

#2

never
lose
sight
A conflict can arise when two people have opposite – thus clashing –
interests. That makes it difficult to keep your focus on the goal. Take
the Taekwondo fighter in the picture. He’s missed out on the bronze
medal and he’s pissed. You can’t really blame him: he’s trained his
whole life for an Olympic medal. But, in his rage, he kicks the referee in
the face. No doubt he’s blowing off a lot of steam, but he’s also saying
goodbye to any chance of an Olympic medal – which, after all, is what
he wants. You’ll only achieve your objective if you focus on it. ■

# 46

Be
prepAred
to
do
it
Many who are party to a conflict – particularly large companies – deal
with conflict situations by dragging their feet. That’s not so stupid.
A delaying strategy often works: many cases just die a slow death and
disappear. If your opponent does this, you might have to get rough: you
don’t have to like it, but you have to be prepared to do it. And you’ve got
to let them know. The moment you hear that sound of dragging feet,
take legal action or call in the media. They’ll listen, and they’ll often
want to settle fast. As Al Capone once said: “You can get much further
with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone.” ■

Think like a Lawyer, Don’t Act Like One provides 75 strat- Think Like a Manager, Don’t Act Like One offers 75 suc-
egies to solve conflicts. It can be used when dealing with cessful approaches to help you foresee or manage unpre-
grumpy police officers, angry neighbors, unwilling debtors, dictable situations in daily life. These 75 perspectives will
failing clients, nasty lawyers and other conflict seekers. add to your confusion – but also your understanding. It
Each strategy is thoroughly tested and can be used at the probably wouldn’t be sensible to follow every one of them,
kitchen table, on the street and in the boardroom. This is but they might give you some fresh ideas. Because those
a complete and tested ready to use guide to prevent and who keep doing what they’ve always done achieve the
solve conflicts. results they’ve always achieved.
Author: Aernoud Bourdrez | 160 pages Authors: Harry Starren | 160 pages
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The Empathy Game Robot Memory Game

Empathy fuels connections between people. But, what’s Match the robots within a category - can you match the
a real connection in the digital age? When do we still sit two self-driving robots, the clone robots or the kiss ro-
down, actively listen and engage with each other’s sto- bots? The Robot Memory Game presents many different
ries? The Empathy Game encourages sharing, listening ro­bots that we have already come across in daily life.
and engaging with our fellow humans. There’s often more From recognizable robots to hidden robots or help robots
to discover than we assume to know. to self-reliant machines.

Authors: Saskia H. Herrmann and Jorik Elferink | Author: Mieke Gerritzen |


3 x 50 cards | 4 6/8 x 5 7/8 x 1 2/8 inches | boxed set 60 cards | 5 6/8 x 2 7/8 x 2 1/8 inches | boxed set |
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Creativity Works! Once Upon a Time I Was... Creativity + Little Creative My Photography Toolbox
Author: Coen Luijten and Author: Lavinia Bakker | Author: Paulina Larocca | Thinker’s Connection Concept: Rosa Pons-Cerdà
Joris van Dooren | 144 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 6/8 60 pages | 3 7/8 x 7 7/8 Dominoes and Lenno Verhoog |
160 pages | 6 6/8 x 6 6/8 inches inches | inches | $ 19.99 | Authors: Dorte Nielsen and 72 cards in a box |
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Author: Willemien Brand | Author: Willemien Brand Graphic Design | Author: Gijs van Wulfen Public Organizations
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Design . Think . Make . How to Research Trends The Innovation Matrix Don’t Read This Book | Don’t/Do This – Game
 Break . Repeat | Author: Els Dragt | Authos: Mirjam E. Ros and Author: Donald Roos | Author: Donald Roos | 156 cards |
Authors: Martin Tomitsch, Cara 200 pages | Deepika Jeyakodi | 160 pages | 7 x 3 5/8 x 7/8 inches | $ 19.99 |
Wrigley and Madeleine Borthwick 9 x 7 4/8 inches | 136 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 484 5
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The Secret of the Highly Creative Thinker


Creative Thinker’s / Little Creative Thinker’s Exercise Book
The Divergent and Convergent Thinking Notebook
Little Creative Thinker’s Dominoes

People who are good at creating ideas are good at seeing connections. Could “After this training it is easier to
teaching people to see connections be a way to help them be more creative? come up with fresh ideas, novel
Supported by the latest neuroscience, this series of books gives you hands-on concepts, breakthrough thinking,
advice and a practical approach on how to enhance your own creativity.
and innovative solutions to draw
The first book of this serie is a combination of theory, techniques, anecdotes and upon when you are faced with
exercises. The exercise books are filled with hands-on exercises and the domino challenges that call for new thin-
game is a wonderful simple children’s game that’s all about matching the bricks king, whether that be in business or
with the same pattern, a shape or a concept. in life.”

- New Design magazine

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The Secret of the Creative Thinker’s Little Creative Thinker’s Little Creative Thinker’s The Divergent and
Highly Creative Thinker Exercise Book Exercise Book Connection Dominoes Convergent Think-
Authors: Dorte Nielsen Authors: Dorte Nielsen Authors: Dorte Nielsen Authors: Dorte Nielsen ing Notebooks
and Sarah Thurber | 176 and Katrine Granholm | and Katrine Granholm | and Katrine Granholm | Authors: Dorte
pages | 9 2/8 x 6 1/8 inches 112 pages | 112 pages | 28 cards | box: 4 3/8 x 4 3/8
| paperback | $ 19.99 | 9 4/8 x 7 4/8 inches | 9 1/8 x 6 4/8 inches |
Nielsen | 152 pages • High profile American
x 2 2/8 inches | $ 17.99 | | 9 7/8 x 4 7/8 inches
978 90 6369 532 3 paperback | $ 19.99 | paperback | $ 17.99 | 978 90 6369 513 2 | Age: | $ 17.99 | 978 90 and Danish authors
978 90 6369 438 8 978 90 6369 491 3 4 years + 6369 439 5

• Little Creative Thinker’s


Exercise book will be used in Danish
primary education
Author
• Series sold for over
Dorte is a creativity expert, author, keynote speaker and the founder of Creative Thinker and
the Center for Creative Thinking in Copenhagen. Dorte also founded Creative Communication, 37.000 copies
an award-winning BA education programme for Art Directors and Conceptual Thinkers.
Sarah Thurber is managing partner of the FourSight company in the USA. A leader in innovation
and creativity, Sarah specializes in developing research-based tools to enhance innovation and team
performance. Katrine Granholm is an award-winning Creative Director, Art Director and Digital Concept
Developer. She is a renowned lecturer in digital tools and concepts in further education.
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Visual Thinking / Visual Thinking Workbook /


Visual Doing / Visual Doing Workbook

Visual thinking and drawing are both becoming increasingly important in today’s busi- “Visual Thinking is a
ness settings. A picture really can tell a thousand words. Visual Thinking provides you very practical and
the skills to develop your own style and teaches you how to generate change by inte- approachable guide to impro-
grating visual communication. Visual Doing leads you through a new range of exercises,
ving anybody’s skills for visual
techniques and subjects which will help you to tell your own visual story by looking at
these subjects from different perspectives: ‘me as an individual’, ‘we as a team’ and ‘us communication at the
as a company.’ office. It’s simple and very
The workbooks are great tools to help you kick-start your visual journey and gain the effective.”
confidence to produce amazing, compelling drawings.
- The Clerkenwell Post – Montse
Prats (Founder of Magma Books)

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Visual Thinking Visual Thinking Workbook Visual Doing Visual Doing Workbook
Author: Willemien Brand Author: Willemien Brand Author: Willemien Brand Author: Willemien Brand
144 pages | 9 7/8 x 8 2/8 32 pages | 8 2/8 x 11 6/8 144 pages | 9 7/8 x 8 2/8 32 pages | 8 2/8 x 11 6/8
inches | paperback with inches | paperback with inches | paperback with inches | paperback with
flaps | $ 24.99 | flaps | $12.99 | flaps | $ 24.99 | flaps | $ 12.99 | • Perfect for companies
978 90 6369 453 1 978 90 6369 511 8 978 90 6369 499 9 | 978 90 6369 500 2
that want to develop their
corporate communication

• Crammed with tons of


Author visual exercises

Willemien Brand has turned her passion for drawing and design into her life’s work. She graduated • Series sold for over
with distinction from the prestigious Design Academy in Eindhoven and enjoyed an award-winning
career as an industrial designer with ATAG Keukentechniek before setting up the successful design 50.000 copies
studios Buro BRAND and BRAND Business.

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Don’t Read this Book / To Don’t List /


Don’t Do This Game

As creative people, we have ideas. Bad, good, weird, clever, and even brilliant ideas. “Bold and inviting.
But most of them (even the great ideas) never see the light of day. Why? If you ask It makes you want to high-
a creative person, the answer will always revolve around time. Don’t Read This Book light and sketch. Go ahead!”
focuses on how to make choices about everything you do in your daily creative practice
and life. The book follows the ‘To Don’tList’ method: When you say ‘no’ to one to-do, task,
or project, you have more time to execute another one. Don’t Do This Game will get you - Communicatie
out of your comfort zone. It stimulates creativity through limitations. To Don’t List gives Magazine
you the gift of simplicity: Just make a list for your life/work/project/year/month/day and
throw out everything after the 3rd item.

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Don’t Read This Book Don’t/Do This – Game To Don’t List


Author: Donald Roos Author: Donald Roos Author: Donald Roos
160 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 156 cards | 200 pages |
inches | paperback | 7 x 3 5/8 x 7/8 inches | 5 4/8 x 3 4/8 inches |
$ 16.99 | $ 19.99 | calendar block | $ 12.99 | • The forthcomming title
978 90 6369 423 4 978 90 6369 484 5 978 90 6369 505 7 Don’t Buy This Book (Spring 2020)
is the newest book in this serie

• To Don’t—Family
Author (11.000 cps sold)

Donald Roos is an independent typographic designer, entrepreneur, and former teacher at the • ToDon’tList
Royal Academy of Art in the Netherlands. In his daily life as a designer he creates movie titles for
motion pictures and television. He also designs complex interfaces. iPhone app available

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Think Lika a... Lawyer / Manager / Artist / Designer,


Don’t Act Like One

This series gives you 75 inspiring, educational and sometimes hilarious insights into the “Filled with sage advice,
adventurous minds of lawyers, managers, artists and designers. The insights give every great pictures and an
professional tools to apply in their own life; when you’re dealing with grumpy police entertaining read -I highly
officers, angry neighbours, unwilling debtors, failing clients, nasty lawyers and other
recommend it!”
conflict seekers. Or learn from approaches to help you foresee or manage unpredictable
situations. Or take a fresh look at art and let it inspire you when answering fundamental
questions. Or learn from the inimitable reasons the designers have for designing their - Ron Galella
creations or just enjoy the explanations about designs around us.

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Think Like a Lawyer, Think Like a Manager, Think Like an Artist, Think Like A Designer,
Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One
Author: Aernoud Bour- Author: Harry Starren | Author: Koos de Wilt | Author: Jeroen van Erp |
drez | 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8
5 4/8 inches | paperback inches | paperback with inches | paperback with inches | paperback with • Series sold over
with flaps | $ 14.99 | flaps | $ 14.99 | flaps | $ 14.99 | flaps | $ 14.99 | 94.000 copies
978 90 6369 535 4 978 90 6369 536 1 978 90 6369 468 5 978 90 6369 485 2

• Authors have high profiles in


The Netherlands

Author • Beatiful images in each chapter that


Aernoud Bourdrez is a copyright lawyer and negotiator. Now acts on behalf of visual artists, pho-
enhance the impact of the text
tographers, designers and architects.
Harry Starren is the former CEO of de Baak VNO-NCW, the premier leadership development insti-
tute in the Netherlands.
Koos de Wilt is writer and art historian working on the interface of culture and business.
Jeroen van Erp is a designer, professor and author. He cofounded strategic design agency Fabrique.

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How to Visit an Art Museum /


How to Be a Better Tourist

How to Visit an Art Museum offers fresh perspectives on how to behave once inside “Idema challenges us to shape our
the museum. Whether first-timer or frequent visitor, it shows you the sense and own view, rather than to necessa-
nonsense of museum etiquette. This book encourages you to look outside the box rily agree with him. After all, spar-
and tackle the challenges that art presents to us by taking things into your own
king the right questions is much
hands.
more inspiring than providing
How to be a Better Tourist helps you get the most out of your stay without damag- clear-cut answers.”
ing the soul of your destination. Because, ultimately, an imaginatively considered
vacation is a genuinely rewarding experience. - Wim Pijbes, General Director
Rijksmuseum

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How to Visit an How to Be a Better
Art Museum Tourist
Author: Johan Idema Author: Johan Idema
128 pages | 144 pages |
6 5/8 x 4 6/8 inches | 6 5/8 x 4 6/8 inches | • Series sold over
hardcover | $ 17.99 | hardcover | $ 17.99 | 22.000 copies
978 90 6369 355 8 978 90 63 69 493 7

• Has been translated in many


different languages

Author • Highly visual book with lots of


Johan Idema is a passionate promoter of innovation in the art world. He works as a consultant,
inspiration and quotes
writer, and cultural entrepreneur. He specialises in creative concept development, business plan-
ning and innovation management.

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Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow / Don’t Talk Just Kiss /


Free Your Mind / Eat Your Heart Out

When times are particularly difficult, and you are likely to slip into despair, some of the “This book contains
greatest pop songs can provide true comfort to make it through the pain. The problem 250 musical advices. It is fasci-
with advice in general is that we often don’t take it. The great thing about advice songs nating how the melodies form in
is that you can kick back and listen to someone else coach you through a tough situa-
the head as soon as you read the
tion while rocking out at the same time.
advice. A beautiful produced
These wonderful books lists 250 of the best pop songs and the best love advice little book that is simply fun to
songs for those times that solid life or love advice is needed. The best 20 pieces of read.”
advice have been collected in the postcard blocks.
- Novum magazine

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Don’t Eat the Yellow Don’t Talk Just Kiss Free Your Mind Eat Your Heart Out
Snow Postcard Block Poscard Block
Author: Marcus Kraft Author: Marcus Kraft Author: Marcus Kraft Author: Marcus Kraft
512 pages | 512 pages | 20 postcards in a book | 20 postcards in a book |
7 1/8 x 5 1/8 inches | 7 1/8 x 5 1/8 inches | 6 4/8 x 4 5/8 inches | 6 4/8 x 4 5/8 inches | • Beautiful produced books
hardcover | $ 19.99 | hardcover | $ 19.99 | $ 9.99 | $ 9.99 |
978 90 6369 288 9 978 90 6369 452 4 978 90 6369 507 1 978 90 6369 508 8 • Very popular in concept stores
and featured in stylish blogs

• Series sold over 43.000 copies


Author
Marcus Kraft is an art director, graphic designer, typographer and owner of Studio Marcus Kraft,
based in Zurich, Switzerland. His work has been awarded international prizes and it has been
frequently exhibited and published. Marcus is also the founder and curator of Tableau Zurich,
a public art space in Zurich.

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This is my ... New York / Berlin /


London / Paris

This is the first DIY city guide series on the market, kicking off with four very popu- “So far nobody had come to the idea
lar destinations: New York City, London, Paris, and Berlin. These guides are colour- to apply this successful principle
ing and creative activity books, travel notebooks, and city guides in one. Each book in the travel book market. These
contains beautiful illustrations of the city for you to colour in or finish, inspirational
new city guides are the next style
to-do lists, and fun facts about the city. But it also leaves plenty of space for your
own stories, drawings, pictures, tickets, notes, and tips. With this journal you create of trendy activity books, where the
your own city guide full of memories and tips about your trip, to cherish as a keep- reader contributes to the content”
sake of your trip to the city and to inspire friends to go there, too.
- Page-online.de

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This is my New York This is my Berlin This is my London This is my Paris


Author: Petra de Hamer Author: Petra de Hamer Author: Petra de Hamer Author: Petra de Hamer
128 pages | 128 pages | 128 pages | 128 pages |
9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | • Series sold over
978 90 6369 420 3 978 90 6369 396 1 978 90 6369 395 4 978 90 6369 394 7 20.000 copies

• Very popular in gift stores

• First travel guides created with the


Author successful DIY principle
Petra de Hamer is working as a culinary writer and photographer. She wrote articles and interviews
for several magazines and newspapers in the Netherlands and Belgium. She also made a lot of
cookbooks and travel guides.

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Once Upon a Time I.. Was / Went / Wanted To Be

These guided diaries helps you create your own autobiography; helps you find out who
you are and what you want to be; helps you to explore a city or country. By means of
questions and space for pictures, little drawings, lists of your favorite things, your mem-
ories and more.

These diaries are very nicely styled and have an attractive fresh design, which sets it
apart from the ordinary, mainstream look most of these diaries usually have.

Info

Once Upon a Time I Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time


Was... I Wanted to Be… I Went To...
Author: Lavinia Bakker | Author: Lavinia Baker | Author: Lavina Bakker |
144 pages | 144 pages | 144 pages |
8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches | 8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches | 8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 |
• Series sold over
978 90 6369 421 0 978 90 6369 419 7 978 90 6369 454 8 26.000 copies

• Lots of space for pictures,


little drawings, lists of your
Author favorite things, memories
and more
Lavinia Bakker is an author and business owner from Amsterdam. She has two great passions
in her life: animals and fashion. Lavinia and her twin sister Abigail combined these two passions
with Geitenwollenshirts (eco t-shirts), Real Fake (an animal friendly fashion label). She is also the
owner of a concept store based in Amsterdam.

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978 90 6369 464 7
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How to Survive the Mastering the Art This Human The 7 Principles of Convivial Toolbox
Organizational of Negotiation Author: Melis Senova | Complete Co-Creation Authors: Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders
208 pages | 9 x 7 4/8 inches | and Pieter Jan Stappers |
Revolution Author: Geurt Jan de Heus |
paperback | $ 45.00 |
Authors: Stefanie Jansen and
312 pages | 9 1/8 x 7 5/8 inches |
Author: Pieter Koene, Martijn Ars 216 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches | Maarten Pieters | 208 pages |
paperback with flaps | ISBN 978 90 6369 460 9 9 3/8 x 7 3/8 inches | paperback with paperback with flaps | $ 49.99 |
and Ard-Pieter de Man | ISBN 978 90 6369 284 1
216 pages | 8 4/8 x 6 6/8 inches | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 431 9 flaps | $ 45.00 |

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Change Ahead
Author: Carola Verschoor |
240 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 398 5
CEX Sells
Authors: Beate van Dongen
Crombags and Deborah Wietzes |
176 pages | 8 3/8 x 8 3/8 inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
Design Roadmapping
Author: Dr Lianne W.L. Simonse |
244 pages | 9 1/8 x 7 4/8 inches |
hardcover | $ 49.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 453 1
How to Research
Trends
jou
Author: Els Dragt | 200 pages |
9 x 7 4/8 inches | paperback |
ISBN 978 90 6369 433 3| $ 45.00
How to Research
Trends Workbook
Author: Els Dragt |
64 pages | 5 6/8 x 8 2/8 inches |
paperback | $ 12.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 444 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 527 9

sta
visito

Concept Code 23 Innovations in The Seven Laws of From Selling to The Digital Metrics
Authors: Gaby Crucq - Toffolo Digital Communica- Guaranteed Growth Co-Creating Field Guide
and Sanne Knitel |
tion Author: Frans de Groot | Authors: Régis Lemmens, Author: Stephen D. Rappaport |
192 pages | 9 6/8 x 7 6/8 inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 432 6
Authors: Paul Ketelaar,
Sanne Demir & Jan Aarts |
156 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 413 5
Bill Donaldson and Javier
Marcos | 256 pages | 8 1/8 x 8 1/8
inches | paperback | $ 45.00 |
This chapter explo
320 pages | 9 1/8 x 6 6/8 inches |
paperback | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 377 0
340 pages | 9 5/8 x 7 6/8 inches |
ISBN 978 6369 351 0

design: the time fa


paperback | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 518 7

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specific order. The


be considered ‘jou
consistency to be
Storytelling on Brand the Change Branded Protest Contrarian Branding 1 : 1 One to One
Steroids
Author: John Weich |
Author: Anne Miltenburg |
224 pages | 9 6/8 x 8 2/8 inches |
Author: Klaus Kempenaars en
Ingeborg Bloem | 208 pages |
Author: Roland van der Vorst |
192 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 6/8 inches | Mapping this struc
Author: Michel van Tongeren |
240 pages | 9 7/8 x 7 6/8 inches |
160 pages | 9 x 6 5/8 inches | paperback | $ 45.00 | 10 4/8 x 7 inches | paperback | paperback | $ 19.99 | hardcover | $ 49.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 478 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 463 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 264 3

achieve the functio


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ISBN 978 90 6369 311 4

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Different Brains, Hidden Persuasion Music Thinking How to Have Your Good Services
Different Approaches Authors: Marc Andrews, Jam Cards Cake and Eat It Too Author: Lou Downe |
Author: Huub van Osch | Dr. Van Leeuwen and Concept: Christof Zürn | Author: J. Margus Klaar | 192 pages | 6 7/8 x 5 1/8 inches |
192 pages | 8 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches | Prof. Dr. Van Baaren | 4 6/8 x 4 6/8 x 1 inches | 112 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches | paperback | $ 23.00 |
paperback | $ 45.00 | 192 pages | 9 x 6 6/8 inches | 44 cards in a box | $ 35.00 | paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 543 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 435 7 paperback with flaps | $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 514 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 381 7
ISBN 978 90 6369 531 6

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Thinking in Services Event Design Worlds of Wonder Get Agile! Blue is the New Black
Author: Majid Iqbal | 240 pages | Handbook Authors: Stan Boshouwers Authors: Pieter Jongerius et al. | Author: Susie Breuer |
9 x 6 6/8 inches | paperback with Authors: Roel Frissen, and Erik Bär | 176 pages | 8 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches | 232 pages | 9 1/8 x 6 7/8 inches |
flaps | $ 45.00 | Ruud Janssen and Dennis Luijer | 272 pages | 10 5/8 x 9 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 35.00 | paperback with Key Dates
ISBN 978 90 6369 489 0 204 pages | 8 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 302 2 Calendar insert | $ 45.00 |
paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 464 7 ISBN 978 90 6369 340 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 434 0

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The Service The Innovation The Innovation Maze Inspiration for Are We There Yet?
Innovation Handbook Expedition Author: Gijs van Wulfen | Innovation Author: Sam Bucolo |
Author: Lucy Kimbell | Author: Gijs van Wulfen | 240 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches | Author: Gijs van Wulfen 216 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches |
240 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches | 240 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | 224 pages | 6 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | paperback | $ 19.99 |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 410 4 paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 409 8
ISBN 978 90 6369 353 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 313 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 496 8

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Not Invented Here Creativity in Business The Innovation Visual Thinking Visual Thinking
Authors: Ramon Vullings and Authors: Igor Byttebier and Matrix Author: Willemien Brand | Workbook
Marc Heleven | Ramon Vullings | Authos: Mirjam E. Ros and 144 pages | 9 7/8 x 8 2/8 inches | Author: Willemien Brand
220 pages | 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches | 204 pages | 9 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches | Deepika Jeyakodi | 136 pages | paperback | $ 24.99 | 32 pages | 8 2/8 x 11 6/8
paperback with flaps | $ 16.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 29.99 | 7 7/8 x 6 6/8 inches | paperback | ISBN 978 90 6369 453 1 inches | paperback | $ 12.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 379 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 380 0 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 511 8
ISBN 978 90 6369 520 0

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Visual Doing Visual Doing The Secret of the Creative Thinker’s Little Creative
Author: Willemien Brand Workbook Highly Creative Exercise book Thinker’s Exercise
144 pages | 9 7/8 x 8 2/8 inches |
paperback | $ 24.99 |
Author: Willemien Brand Thinker Authors: Dorte Nielsen and Book
32 pages | 8 2/8 x 11 6/8 Authors: Dorte Nielsen and Katrine Granholm | 112 pages | Author: Dorte Nielsen and
ISBN 978 90 6369 499 9 | inches | paperback | $ 12.99 | 9 4/8 x 7 4/8 inches | paperback |
Sarah Thurber | 176 pages | Katrine Granholm |
ISBN 978 90 6369 500 2 9 2/8 x 6 1/8 inches | paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 438 8 112 pages | 9 1/8 x 6 4/8 inches |
$ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 532 3 paperback | $ 17.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 491 3

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The Divergent and Connecting 75 Tools for Creative Don’t Buy This Book Don’t Read This Book
Convergent Thinking Authors: Paulina Larocca and Thinking Authors: Donald Roos and Author: Donald Roos |
Tony Ibbotson | 160 pages | Anne de Bruijn 160 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches |
Notebook 8 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches | hardcover |
Authors: Booreiland |
160 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches paperback | $ 16.99 |
Author: Dorte Nielsen | 75 cards in a box |
$ 24.99 | 5 7/8 x 3 7/8 x 2 7/8 inches | $ 24.99 | paperback | $ 20.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 423 4
152 pages | 11 7/8 x 6 1/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 526 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 537 8
triangular hardcover | $ 17.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 275 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 439 5

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Don’t/Do This – Game When the Box is the Pitching Ideas Creativity + Creative Personal
Author: Jeroen van Geel | Author: Paulina Larocca | Branding
Author: Donald Roos | 156 cards | Limit 128 pages | 8 2/8 x 5 6/8 inches | 60 pages | 9 3/8 x 6 5/8 x 5/8 inches
7 x 3 5/8 x 7/8 inches | $ 19.99 | Author: Walter Vandervelde Author: Jürgen Salenbacher |
ISBN 978 90 6369 484 5 paperback | $ 19.99 | | $ 19.99 | 228 pages | 8 4/8 x 5 4/8 inches |
192 pages | 7 7/8 x 6 6/8 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 529 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 488 3 paperback | $ 19.99 |
paperback | $ 35.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 512 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 315 2

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Augmenting Alice Notes on Design Strategic Design Make Design Matter The Designer As…
Author: Galit Ariel | 256 pages | Author: Kees Dorst | 208 pages | Authors: Dr. Giulia Calabretta, Author: David Carlson | Author: Steven McCarthy |
9 7/8 x 7 7/8 inches | hardcover | 8 5/8 x 5 1/8 inches | paperback | Prof. Gerda Gemser and Dr. Ingo 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 4 6/8 inches | 248 pages | 7 3/8 x 6 7/8 inches |
$ 45.00 | $ 19.99 | Karpen | 228 pages | paperback with flaps | $ 16.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 470 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 465 4 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 304 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 292 6
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 445 6

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Design Transitions Transformations: Products that Flow Products that Last Sustainist Design
Authors: Joyce Yee, Emma 7 Roles to Drive Authors: Siem Haffmans, Marjolein Authors: Conny Bakker and Guide
Jefferies and Lauren Tan | van Gelder and Ed van Hinte Marcel den Hollander |
224 pages | 9 4/8 x 6 7/8 inches |
Change by Design 128 pages | 10 3/8 x 7 7/8 inches | 112 pages | 10 3/8 x 7 7/8 inches |
Editors: Michiel Schwarz and
Authors: Joyce Yee, Emma Diana Krabbendam | 144 pages |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | flexicover | $ 45.00 | paperback otabind | $ 45.00 | 9 6/8 x 6 7/8 inches | paperback with
ISBN 978 90 6369 321 3 Jefferies and Dr Kamil Michlewski ISBN 978 90 6369 498 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 522 4
| 246 pages | 9 2/8 x 6 1/8 inches | flaps | $ 19.99 |
paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 283 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 457 9

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Connect Designing for the Designing With and The Politics of Design CO LAB:
Authors: Sabine Wildevuur, Dick Common Good Within Public Author: Ruben Pater | Authors: Elizabeth Herrmann and
van Dijk, Anne Äyväri, Mie Bjerre, 192 pages | 7 2/8 x 4 4/8 inches | Ryan Shelley |
Thomas Hammer-Jakobsen and
Authors: Kees Dorst, Lucy Kaldor, Organizations paperback | $ 16.99 | 240 pages | 9 3/8 x 6 7/8 inches |
Lucy Klippan and Rodger Watson Author: André Schaminée |
Jesper Lund | | 216 pages | 7 4/8 x 9 4/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 422 7 paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
192 pages | 7 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches | 208 pages | 9 7/8 x 7 1/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 373 2
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | paperback | $ 45.00 |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 408 1
ISBN 978 90 6369 331 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 497 5

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Design My Privacy Meta Products The Form of Design Simplicity: A Matter ViP Vision in Design
Author: Tijmen Schep and Moti | Authors: Wimer Hazenberg, Author: Prof. Josiah Kahane | of Design Authors: Matthijs van Dijk and
160 pages | 7 x 4 5/8 inches | Menno Huisman | 240 pages | 9 7/8 x 7 7/8 inches | Author: Per Mollerup | 192 pages | Paul Hekkert | 376 pages |
paperback | $ 16.99 | 160 pages | 9 1/8 x 7 4/8 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | 11 5/8 x 6 3/8 inches | hardcover | 9 4/8 x 6 4/8 inches | paperback |
ISBN 978 90 6369 437 1 paperback | $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 375 6 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 402 9 $ 29.00 |
ISBN 978 6369 251 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 371 8 |
hardcover: $ 60.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 205 6

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Design . Think . Make .  Delft Design Guide Dynamic Identities Identity Colour Codes LOIS Logos
Break . Repeat. Edited by: Annemiek van Boeijen, Concept: Irene van Nes | Author: Felix Janssens | Author: George Lois |
Authors: Martin Tomitsch, Jaap Daalhuizen, Jelle Zijlstra, 192 pages | 9 7/8 x 8 4/8 inches | 304 pages | 9 7/8 x 7 4/8 inches | 204 pages | 7 3/8 x 6 4/8 inches |
Cara Wrigley, Madeleine Roos van der Schoor | paperback | $ 45.00 | paperback with flaps | $ 29.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 35.00 |
Borthwick et.al. | 208 pages | 168 pages | 10 x 7 7/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 339 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 335 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 399 2
paperback | 9 x 7 4/8 inches | flexicover | $ 45.00 |
$ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 327 5
ISBN 978 90 6369 479 1

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Logo Life Anthon Beeke Sketching: the Basics Sketching Sketching Product
Author: Ron van der Vlugt | Author: Lidewij Edelkoort | Authors: Koos Eissen and Authors: Koos Eissen and Design Presentation
312 pages | 8 6/8 x 6 3/8 inches | 448 pages | 11 1/8 x 8 6/8 inches | Roselien Steur | 204 pages | Roselien Steur | 256 pages | Authors: Koos Eissen and
hardcover | $ 29.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 49.99 | 11 1/8 x 8 6/8 inches | paperback | 11 1/8 x 8 6/8 inches | paperback | Roselien Steur |
ISBN 978 90 6369 260 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 330 5 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 534 7 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 533 0 192 pages | 11 1/8 x 8 6/8 inches |
hardcover | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 329 9

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The Exceptionally Designing Diagrams HotchPotch Know Your Onions: Know Your Onions:
Simple Theory of Author: Jan Gauguin | Author: Ralph Burkhardt | Graphic Design Web Design
200 pages | 9 7/8 x 9 7/8 inches | 192 pages | 6 7/8 x 4 3/8 inches |
Sketching hardcover | $ 45.00 | paperback | $ 16.99 |
Author: Drew de Soto | Author: Drew de Soto |
Author: George Hlavács | 186 pages | 7 7/8 x 4 5/8 inches | 212 pages | 7 7/8 x 4 5/8 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 228 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 455 5 paperback with elastic band | paperback with elastic band |
48 pages + 14 practice sheets |
8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches | paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 258 2 $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 312 1
$ 14.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 334 3

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Know your Onions: Reading Letters Type Tricks Shaping Text


Corporate Identity Author: Sofie Beier | Author: Sofie Beier | 208 pages | Author: Jan Middendorp |
Author: Drew de Soto | 182 pages | 9 7/8 x 8 2/8 inches | 6 2/8 x 4 6/8 inches | paperback | 176 pages | 10 2/8 x 8 3/8 inches |
208 pages | 7 7/8 x 4 5/8 inches hardcover | $ 45.00 | $ 19.99 | flexicover | $ 45.00 |
paperback | $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 271 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 458 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 223 0
ISBN 978 90 6369 539 2

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Work Hard Play Dutch Design Graduation Guide for


Harder Cowboys Design Students
Design and concept: Studio Kluif | Design and concept: Studio Kluif | Author: Moniek Paus |
160 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 inches | 176 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 inches | 144 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 inches |
hardcover in slip case | hardcover in slip case | $ 25.00 | hardcover with poster as dust
$ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 298 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 538 5 jacket | $ 17.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 286 5

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Operative Design Conditional Design The Fast Guide to Innovative Composing


Authors: Anthony Di Mari and Author: Anthony Di Mari | Architectural Form Architecture Strategies Architecture and
Nora Yoo | 156 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches |
152 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | paperback | $ 16.99 |
Author: Baires Raffaelli | Author: Simos Vamvakidis | Interior Design
144 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | 160 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | Author: Simos Vamvakidis |
paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 365 7 paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 289 6 160 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 411 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 456 2 paperback | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 487 6

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Performative Supersurfaces Modular Structures Digital Computational


Geometries Author: Sophia Vyzoviti | Author: Asterios Agkathidis | Manufacturing Architecture
Edited by: Asterios Agkathidis 144 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | 136 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | Author: Asterios Agkathidis | Author: Asterios Agkathidis |
and Gabi Schillig | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | 136 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | 160 pages | paperback |
160 pages | 9 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 121 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 206 3 paperback | $ 16.99 | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | $ 16.99 |
paperback with flaps | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 232 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 287 2
ISBN 978 90 6369 250 6

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Bio-structural Eccentric Structures Folding architecture The Spontaneous City Inspiration


Analogues in Architecture Author: Sophia Vyzoviti | Authors: Urhahn Urban Design | Authors: Prof. Mark Mückenheim
144 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | 176 pages | 11 6/8 x 9 5/8 inches | and Dipl. Ing. Juliane Demel |
In architecture Author: Joseph Lim |
paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 45.00 | 274 pages | 11 5/8 x 9 2/8 inches |
Author: Joseph Lim | 160 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 059 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 265 0 hardcover | $ 45.00 |
232 pages | 5 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 267 4
paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 242 1
ISBN 978 90 6369 204 9

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Think Like a Lawyer, Think Like a Manager, Think Like an Artist, Think Like A What Are They
Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Designer, Don’t Act Saying About You?
Author: Aernoud Bourdrez | Author: Harry Starren | Author: Koos de Wilt | Like One Author: Frank Peters |
160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8 inches | 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8 inches | 160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8 inches | 144 pages | 7 2/8 x 5 3/8 inches |
Author: Jeroen van Erp |
paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 |
160 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 4/8 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 535 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 536 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 468 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 400 5
paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 485 2

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Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time Don’t Read This Book Don’t/Do This – Game
I Was... I Wanted to Be… I Went To... Author: Donald Roos | Author: Donald Roos |
Author: Lavinia Bakker | Author: Lavinia Bakker | Author: Lavinia Bakker | 160 pages | 8 4/8 x 6 inches | 156 cards | 7 x 3 5/8 x 7/8 inches |
144 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches | 144 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches | 144 pages | 8 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches | paperback | $ 16.99 | box with sleeve | $ 19.99 |
paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 423 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 484 5
ISBN 978 90 6369 421 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 419 7 ISBN 978 90 6369 454 8

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To Don’t List Logo R.I.P. Creative Thinker’s Little Creative Little Creative
Author: Donald Roos Authors: The Stone Twins | Exercise Book Thinker’s Exercise Thinker’s Connection
200 pages | 5 4/8 x 3 4/8 inches | 192 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 6/8 inches |
calendar block | $ 12.99 | hardcover with gold
Authors: Dorte Nielsen and Book Dominoes
Katrine Granholm | Authors: Dorte Nielsen and Authors: Dorte Nielsen and
ISBN 978 90 6369 505 7 gilded edges | $ 19.99 | 112 pages | 9 4/8 x 7 4/8 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 290 2 Katrine Granholm | 112 pages | Katrine Granholm | 28 cards | box:
paperback | $ 19.99 | 9 1/8 x 6 4/8 inches | paperback | 4 3/8 x 4 3/8 x 2 2/8 inches | $ 17.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 438 8 $ 12.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 491 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 513 2

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Frame Your Your Work and Creativity + Creativity Works! The Book of Do-ness
Imagination Your Life Author: Paulina Larocca | Author: Coen Luijten and Author: Sara van de Ven |
160 pages | 9 3/8 x 6 5/8 x 5/8 inches | Joris van Dooren | 240 pages | 5 7/8 x 5 6/8 inches |
Author: Caroline Ellerbeck | Author: Krist Pauwels | $ 19.99 |
192 pages | 5 1/8 x 6 6/8 inches | 128 pages | 7 4/8 x 5 1/8 inches | 160 pages | 6 6/8 x 6 6/8 inches | hardcover | $ 19.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 488 3 paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 451 7
paperback | $ 14.99 | hardcover | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 469 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 506 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 542 2

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Don’t Eat the Yellow Don’t Talk Just Kiss Philographics Create with Artists Trashures
Snow Concept: Marcus Kraft | Author: Genís Carreras | Authors: Rixt Hulshoff Pol and Author: Anja Brunt and Tineke
Concept: Marcus Kraft | 512 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 6/8 inches | 208 pages | 7 7/8 x 6 5/8 inches | Hanna Piksen | Meirink | 80 pages | 11 1/8 x 8 2/8
512 pages | 7 1/8 x 5 6/8 inches | hardcover | $ 19.99 | paperback | $ 24.99 | 120 pages | 9 7/8 x 7 7/8 inches | inches | paperback with flaps |
hardcover | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 452 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 341 1 hardcover | $ 19.99 | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 288 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 416 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 425 8

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Art Is Everywhere Museum Art Cards How to Visit an How to be a Better This is a Good Guide -
Author: Lorenzo, SerraGlia, Servi | Author: Lise Lotte ten Voorde | Art Museum Tourist for a Sustainable
112 pages | 8 x 5 inches | 52 cards | 5 7/8 x 4 3/8 x 1 1/8 inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | boxed set | $ 24.99 |
Author: Johan Idema | Author: Johan Idema | Lifestyle
128 pages | 6 5/8 x 4 6/8 inches | 144 pages | 6 5/8 x 4 6/8 inches | Author: Marieke Eyskoot |
ISBN 978 90 6369 418 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 549 1 hardcover | $ 17.99 | hardcover | $ 17.99 | 280 pages | 9 3/8 x 7 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 355 8 ISBN 978 90 63 69 493 7 hardcover | $ 35.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 492 0

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Food Futures Creative Chef FIZZ Home Made Food Dear Fashion Diary
Author: Chloé Rutzerveld | Author: Jasper Udink ten Cate | Authors: Barbara Serulus and Notebook Authors: Emmi Ojala and
120 pages | 9 x 7 4/8 inches | 240 pages | 10 x 8 2/8 inches | Elise van Iterson | Author: Yvette van Boven | Laura de Jong | 160 pages |
paperback with flaps | $ 35.00 | hardcover | $ 24.99 | 144 pages | 8 4/8 x 6 1/8 inches | 160 pages | 8 3/8 x 6 3/8 inches | 8 5/8 x 6 5/8 inches | paperback |
ISBN 978 90 6369 517 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 414 2 paperback | $ 19.99 | flexibound with ribbon and $ 14.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 310 7
ISBN 978 90 6369 544 6 elastic band | $ 14.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 397 8

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Save the Humans! The Do-It-Yourselfie The Social Climber’s The F***ing History Pregnancy Cookbook
Authors: Mieke Gerritzen and Guide Handbook of Swearing Author: Pascal Rotteveel |
Koert van Mensvoort | 160 pages | Author: Willem Popelier | Author: Nimrod Kamer | Author: Anna Maria Kiosse | 112 pages | 9 7/8 x 7 7/8 inches |
7 4/8 x 5 1/8 inches | hardcover | 160 pages | 6 4/8 x 4 5/8 inches | 112 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 6/8 inches | 168 pages | 9 x 6 5/8 inches | hardcover | $ 24.99 |
$ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 401 2 sewn paperback | $ 12.99 | hardcover | $ 12.99 | paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 548 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 387 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 483 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 467 8

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Football Baby Names The Art of Parenting Read Nothing in Here Write Nothing in Never Touch a
Tim Nikken en Boudewijn Bosman Author: Drew de Soto | 60 pages | Author: Seema Sharma | Here Painting When
6 6/8 x 5 7/8 inches | hardcover |
112 pages | 6 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches |
$ 9.99 |
144 pages | 7 2/8 x 5 5/8 inches | Auhor: Seema Sharma | it’s Wet
hardcover | $ 14.99 | paperback with band | $ 16.99 | 160 pages | 9 x 6 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 480 7 Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen |
ISBN 978 90 6369 523 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 441 8 paperback | $ 16.99 | 160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 403 6 hardcover | $ 14.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 280 3

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Never Sleep with the Never Leave the Never Photograph Never Use White Never Use Pop Up
Director House Naked People Eating Type on a Black Windows
Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen | Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen | Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen | Background Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen |
160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches | 160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches | 144 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches | Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen | 160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches |
hardcover | $ 14.99 | hardcover | $ 14.99 | hardcover | $ 14.99 | 160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches | hardcover | $ 14.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 276 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 214 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 277 3 hardcover | $ 14.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 217 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 207 0

Never Use More The Medium is


Than Two Different the Message
Typefaces Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen |
Edited by: Anneloes van Gaalen | 160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches |
160 pages | 6 6/8 x 4 3/8 inches | hardcover | $ 14.99 |
hardcover | $ 14.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 215 5
ISBN 978 90 6369 216 2

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This is my New York This is my Berlin This is my London This is my Paris The Divergent and
Author: Petra de Hamer | Author: Petra de Hamer | Author: Petra de Hamer | Author: Petra de Hamer | Convergent Thinking
128 pages | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | 128 pages | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | 128 pages | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches | 128 pages | 9 2/8 x 6 2/8 inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | Notebook
ISBN 978 90 6369 420 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 396 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 395 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 394 7 Author: Dorte Nielsen |
152 pages | 11 7/8 x 6 1/8 inches |
triangular hardcover |
$ 17.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 439 5

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GAMES

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Pixel-Art Game Pixel-Art Game Old Masters Memory Collage Memory Optical Illusions
– The Milkmaid – Café Terrace at Game Game Game
Concept: Vanessa Catalano | Night Concept: Mieke Gerritzen | Anja Brunt | 2 x 30 cards in a box | Concept: Paul M. Baars | with
32 cards | box with sleeve | Concept: Vanessa Catalano | 2 x 30 cards in a box | 5 6/8 x 2 7/8 x 2 1/8 inches | playing rules in English, Dutch,
5 2/8 x 2 4/8 x 1 inches | $ 12.99 | 32 cards | box with sleeve | 5 6/8 x 2 7/8 x 2 1/8 inches | $ 19.99 | boxed set | $ 19.99 | German, Spanish and French | 20
ISBN 978 90 6369 481 4 5 2/8 x 2 4/8 x 1 inches | $ 12.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 386 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 466 1 optical illusions | 80 cards in a box
ISBN 978 90 6369 482 1 | 5 4/8 x 5 4/8 x 1 1/8 inches | $ 19.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 388 6

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Numbers Game Mezza Card Game Mozaa Linjaa Little Creative


Concept: Paul M. Baars | Author: Thomas Michaël | Concept: Renske Solkesz Concept: Renske Solkesz Thinker’s Connection
with playing rules in English, 68 cards in a box | 64 cards in a box | 80 cards in a box |
Dutch, German, Spanish and 5 7/8 x 2 5/8 x 1 5/8 inches | 4 5/8 x 4 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches | $ 19.99 | 4 5/8 x 4 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches | $ 19.99 |
Dominoes
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INDEX

1/100:
1 to 1 The essence of Retail Branding and Design p. 35 F:
23 Innovations in Digital Communication p. 35 Fake for Real Memory Game p. 45
7 Principles to Complete Co-Creation, The p. 35 Fast Guide to Architectural Form, The p. 40
75 Tools for Creative Thinking p. 37 Fizz p. 42
Folding Architecture p. 40
A: Food Futures p. 42
Anthon Beeke It’s a Miracle! p. 39 Football Baby Names p. 42
Augmenting Alice p. 38 Form of Design, The p. 38
Are We There Yet? p. 36 Frame Your Imagination p. 41
Art Is Everywhere p. 42 From Selling to Co-Creating p. 35
Art of Parenting, The p. 43 Free Your Mind p. 45
F***ing History of Swearing, The p. 42
B:
Bio-Structual Analogues in Architecture p. 40 G:
Blue is the New Black p. 36 Get Agile p. 36
Book of Do-ness, The p. 41 Good Services p. 36
Branded Protest p. 35 Graduation Guide for Design Students p. 40
Brand Memory Game p. 45
Brand the Change p. 35 H:
Hidden Persuasion p. 36
C: Hotchpotch p. 39
Can You See What I See Memory Game p. 45 Home Made Food Notebook p. 42
CEX Sells p. 35 How to Be a Better Tourist p. 42
Change Ahead p. 35 How to Have Your Cake and Eat it too p. 36
Co Lab: Collaborative Design Survey p. 38 How to Research Trends p. 35
Collage Memory Game p. 44 How to Research Trends Workbook p. 35
Composing Architecture & Interior Design p. 40 How to Survive the Organizational Revolution p. 35
Computational Architecture p. 40 How to Visit an Art Museum p. 42
Concept Code p. 35
Conditional Design p. 40 I:
Connect p. 38 Identity Colour Codes p. 39
Connecting p. 37 Innovation Expedition, The p. 36
Contrarian Branding p. 35 Innovation Matrix, The p. 36
Convivial Design Toolbox p. 35 Innovation Maze, The p. 36
Create with Artists p. 42 Innovative Architecture Strategies p. 40
Creative Chef p. 42 Inspiration - design methodology in architecture p. 40
Creative Chef Postcards p. 45 Inspiration for Innovation p. 36
Creative Thinkers Excercise Book p. 41
Creative Personal Branding p. 37 K:
Creativity + p. 37 Know Your Onions p. 39
Creativity in Business (Creativity Today) p. 36 Know Your Onions Corporate Identity p. 39
Creativity Works! p. 41 Know Your Onions Web design p. 39
Creatures of Creativeland p. 45
L:
D: Linjaa p. 44
Dear Fashion Diary p. 42 Little Creative Thinker’s Connection Dominos p. 44
Delft Design Guide p. 39 Little Creative Thinker’s Exercise Book p. 41
Designer As…, The p. 38 Logo Life p. 39
Designing Diagrams p. 39 Logo RIP p. 41
Designing for the Common Good p. 38 LOIS Logos p. 39
Designing With(in) Public Organisations p. 38
Design My Privacy p. 38 M:
Design Roadmapping p. 35 Make a Face Memory Game p. 44
Design.Think.Make.Break.Repeat p. 39 Make Design Matter p. 38
Design Transitions p. 38 Mastering The Art of Negotiating p. 35
Different Brains, Different Approaches p. 36 Medium is the Message, The; Ridiculous Advertising Rules p. 43
Digital Manufacturing in Design and Architecture p. 40 Meta Products, Building the internet of things p. 38
Digital Metrics Field Guide, The p. 35 Mezza Card Game p. 44
Dilemmarama The Game p. 44 Modular Structures in Design and Architecture p. 40
Divergent Convergent Thinking Notebook, The p. 43 Mozaa p. 44
Do-It-Yourselfie Guide, The p. 42 Museum Art Cards p. 42
Don’t Buy This Book p. 37 Music Thinking Jam Cards p. 36
Don’t Do this - Game p. 37 My Photography Game p. 44
Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow p. 42 My Photography Toolbox p. 44
Don’t Read this Book p. 37
Don’t Talk, Just Kiss p. 42 N:
Dutch Design Cowboys p. 40 Never Leave the House Naked p. 43
Dynamic Identities p. 39 Never Photograph People Eating p. 43
Never Sleep with the Director p. 43
E: Never Touch a Painting when it’s wet p. 43
Eccentric Structures in Architecture p. 40 Never Use More Than Two Different Typefaces; Ridiculous Typography
Eat Your Heart Out p. 55 Rules p. 43
Empathy Game, The p. 44 Never Use Pop Up Windows; Ridiculous web design rules p. 43
Event Design Handbook p. 36 Never Use White Type on a Black Background p. 43
Exceptionally Simple Theory of Sketching, The p. 39 Notes on Design p. 38

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BACKLIST

Not Invented Here p. 36 Visual Thinking p. 36


Numbers Game p. 44 Visual Thinking Workbook p. 36

O: W:
Old Masters Memory Game p. 44 What Are They Saying About You? p. 41
Once Upon a Time I Was... p. 41 When the Box is the Limit p. 37
Once Upon a Time I Wanted to be… p. 41 Worlds of Wonder p. 36
Once Upon a Time I Went p. 41 Work Hard Play Harder p. 40
Operative Design p. 40 Write Nothing in here p. 43
Optical Illusions Game p. 44
Y:
P: You are what you eat Memory Game p. 45
Performative Geometries p. 40 Your Work and Your Life p. 41
Philographics p. 42
Philographics Postcard Book p. 45
Pitching Ideas p. 37
Pixel Art Game - Café Terrace at Night p. 44
Pixel Art Game - The Milkmaid p. 44
Play van Abbe p. 45
Politics of Design, The p. 38
Pop-Up City - City-Making in a Fluid World p. 40
Pregnancy Cookbook p. 42
Product Sketches p. 39
Products that Flow p. 38
Products that Last p. 38

R:
Reading Letters p. 39
Read Nothing in Here p. 43
Robot Memory Game p. 44

S:
Save the Humans! p. 42
Secret of the Highly Creative Thinker, The p. 36
Service Innovation Handbook, The p. 36
Seven Laws of Guaranteed Growth, The p. 35
Shaping Text p. 39
Simplicity: A Matter of Design p. 38
Sketching p. 39
Sketching -The Basics p. 39
Sketching: Product Design Presentation p. 39
Social Climber’s Handbook, The p. 42
Spontaneous City, The p. 40
Startup Game, The p. 44
Storytelling on Steroids p. 35
Strategic Design p. 38
Street Art Memory Game p. 44
Street Style II p. 44
Street Style III p. 44
Supersurfaces p. 40
Sustainist Design Guide p. 38

T:
Thinking in Services p. 36
Think Like a Designer, Don’t Act Like One p. 41
Think Like a Lawyer Don’t Act Like One p. 41
Think Like a Manager Don’t Act Like One p. 41
Think Like an Artist, Don’t Act Like One p. 41
This Human p. 35
This is a Good Guide - for a Sustainable Lifestyle p. 42
This is my Berlin p. 43
This is my London p. 43
This is my New York p. 43
This is my Paris p. 43
To Don’t List p. 41
Transformations: 7 Roles to Drive Change by Design p. 38
Trashures p. 42
Twins Memory Game - New edition p. 45
Type Tricks p. 39

V:
Van Abbe Memory Game p. 45
Vision in Product Design p. 38
Visual Power Memory Game p. 45
Visual Doing p. 37
Visual Doing Workbook p. 37

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