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Paper + Goods
Spring 2020

4 Natural Palettes
6 Cultivated: The Elements of Floral Style
8 Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios
10 The Little Gardener
12 Broadly Speaking
14 Not Now: The Procrastinator’s Manual
15 Graphic Design Rules
16 Paula Scher: Twenty-Five Years at the Public
18 This Is What Democracy Looked Like
19 A-frame
20 Tom Kundig: Working Title
22 The New Farm: Contemporary Rural Architecture
23 The Art of Earth Architecture: Past, Present, Future
24 Amherst College: The Campus Guide

moleskine books 26 Seymour Chwast: Inspiration and Process


27 Moleskine Books Recent Highlights
29 Selected Moleskine Books Backlist

children ’s books 32 Little Cheetah’s Shadow


34 Malo and the Merry-Go-Round
35 My Bison
36 In the Garden
37 Inventive Animals: Sticker Activity Book
37 Streams and Ponds: Sticker Activity Book
40 Frank Lloyd Wright: Meet the Architect!
41 Selected Children’s Backlist

paper + goods 44 Ex Libris: Fifty Postcards


45 Cultivated Notecards
46 Grids & Guides Eco Notebook
47 Sea Stamps
48 Little Notes: African Batik
48 Little Notes: Katazome
49 Virginia Woolf Notecards
50 Herbaria Notecards
51 Redstone Diary 2021: Everyday Pleasures
52 Selected Paper + Goods Backlist

recent highlights 62 Gift Books & Bestsellers

74 Selected Trade Backlist


92 Index
96 Ordering Information
Forthcoming Titles
A groundbreaking
color resource for
creatives

Natural Palettes
Inspiration from Plant-Based Color
Sasha Duerr

V i s ua l & Renowned natural dyer, artist, and educator Sasha Duerr envisions a new age
p op u l a r C u lt u r e of fresh, modern color palettes, drawing from our original source of inspiration

April 2020 and ingredients—the natural world around us. This innovative plant-based color
5.75 x 7.25 in / 14.6 x 18.4 cm guide includes twenty-five palettes with five hundred natural color swatches,
448 pp / 700 color providing inspiration for sustainable fashion, textiles, fine art, floral design, food,
Paperback with flaps
978-1-61689-792-5 medicine, gardening, interior design, and other creative disciplines. Bring the
$29.95 / £21.99 healing power of forest bathing into your home with a palette of spruce cones,
R i g h ts : Wo rld En g lis h pine needles, and balsam branches. Move past Pantone and embrace the natural
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balance of a pollinator palette with Hopi sunflower, red poppy, echinacea,
9 781616 897925 and scabiosa.
Duerr complements the palettes with short essays that provide useful
information. She connects the colors with particular landscapes, the restorative
qualities of medicinal plants, common garden flora, lifestyle experiences, food
and floral waste, and the ecological benefits of using organic materials to create
colors. You may never view color—or your plants—the same way again.

Sasha Duerr is an Oakland, California-based artist, designer, and professor at the


California College of the Arts. Her work has been featured in the New York Times,
Martha Stewart Whole Living, Selvedge, and the Huffington Post. She is the author
of Natural Color and The Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes.

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Madder Root

Rubia tinctorum

Madder root, used as a colorant since ancient times, is a


miraculous and medicinal source of red dye. Early use of
the plant has been traced as far back as 3000 BCE to
Mohenjo Daro in modern-day Pakistan. Much later, in
France, it was used to craft both a red dye and an alcoholic
spirit. Madder root, the most primary botanically based red
color source, can take up to seven years before a significant
harvest can occur. The long wait for this ultimate slow-
grown natural color is well worth it. Madder dyes do not
require a mordant and are lightfast and washfast on all
types of fabrics. Madder root makes colors from light pinks
to coral, dark orange, and rich dark reds.

1 2

3 4

264 DYE G ARDEN

14 POLLINATOR PALETTE Some of the most beautiful flowers and foliage in the
garden are also the best for plant pollinators. But
after these vibrant blooms are enjoyed in their natural
environment by beneficial birds, bees, butterflies,
and moths and their petals start to peak, they can
still provide awe-inspiring color palettes with a warm
natural glow for many years afterward. From dyer’s
coreopsis to red poppies, Hopi black dye sunflowers,
and black scabiosa, the world abounds in plants that
can make beautiful colors and also bring beneficial
wildlife into the garden. A pollinator palette can
captivate the senses and sweeten the process of
renewing our landscapes at the very same time.

Coreopsis Flowers Red Popp Flowers Hopi Black Dye Sunflower Seeds Pincushion Flowers Echinacea Yellow Cosmos Flowers

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“Brilliantly pairs
Christin's honest,
thought-provoking
essays with
her exquisite
floral designs”
—Erin Benzakein

Cultivated
The Elements of Floral Style
Christin Geall

V i s ua l & Cultivated elevates floral design to fine art in this richly informative work
p op u l a r C u lt u r e on the principles of floral style. A charming and intelligent mentor,

March 2020 Christin Geall emboldens designers, gardeners, and entrepreneurs to think
7 x 9.5 in / 17.8 x 24.1 cm differently and deeply about their work with flowers as she draws upon
224 pp / 90 color fine-art and historical sources, exploring Baroque music, the paintings of
Hardcover
978-1-61689-820-5 the Impressionists, or the work of floral innovators like Gertrude Jekyll and
$27.50 / £19.99 Constance Spry.
R i g h ts : Wo rld Covering all aspects of floral design, including choosing plants to
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grow and arrange, selecting tools and vessels, balancing color and form,
9 781616 898205 and even photographing and selling arrangements, Cultivated offers
universal lessons for all levels of practitioners, budgets, and materials.
Geall’s stunning photographs of her own lush designs illustrate techniques
for creating brilliant arrangements that spark the imagination.

Christin Geall is a gardener, floral designer, photographer, writer, teacher,


and owner of the floral studio Cultivated by Christin. She lives in Victoria,
British Columbia, writes for Gardenista, and travels widely to teach floral
Also Available... design and pursue her love of gardens and art.
Cultivated Notecards
978-1-61689-892-2
$15.95 / £13.99

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add shading—gradations of gray—to build up areas of dark and create con-
The Dutch Masters trast. That shading would create the illusion of a three-dimensional form,
a ball as opposed to a circle. The gradations would create volume, and if
[Still life] is an art that points to the human by leaving the human out;
you were really talented, we’d think we could pluck that ball right out of
nowhere visible, we’re everywhere. It is an art that points to meaning through
your picture. Why are we so easily deceived? As the eye moves from light
wordlessness, that points to timelessness through things permanently caught in
to shadow, it interprets the lighter areas as closer and the darker ones as
time. . . .
farther away. Thus, our brains make shape.
And perhaps that’s another of the paintings’ secrets: they satisfy so deeply
During the Baroque period, artists like Michelangelo Merisi da
because they offer us intimacy and distance at once, allow us both to be here
Caravaggio and Rembrandt van Rijn took advantage of the contrast
and gone.
of light and dark. The technique is called “chiaroscuro,” pronounced
—mark doty
key-are-or-skewer-o, and comes from the Italian words chiaro (light) and
scuro (dark). Through the contrast of light and dark, these painters created
still life drama. In Baroque painting, intricate detail, rich color, and heightened
In the seventeenth century, Dutch art and culture blossomed into what gesture all worked together to evoke emotion, but it was the use of light
is now known as the Dutch Golden Age. Ships under the direction of that defined the age.
the Dutch East India Company brought exotic plants and spices to the So how can we apply these lessons to floral design? Of course, it’s
Netherlands, and trade in everything from pepper to coffee to sugar fueled not as simple as black and white. We have to consider that every hue has a
tremendous economic growth. The population of Amsterdam leapt from value, too.
thirty thousand to two hundred thousand in the latter part of the century Think of a simple red zinnia—a saturatedwarm variety
cool like you’d find in a
as trade increased. A merchant class emerged, and the purchase of art, once ‘State Fair’ mix. A real signal red. Such a hue would be of medium value.
possible for only a few, came into fashion. Small, easel-sized stilleven, or How so? Because neither white nor black have been added to that color.
still life paintings, became popular as a means to brighten homes. Now think about the popular zinnia ‘Queen Red Lime’. She leans bur-
Some have argued that early Dutch flower paintings served as a record gundy and thus has a lower value than our purely red zinnia. By contrast,
of new varieties and species, while others have suggested the works served the petals of the new ‘Queen Orange Lime’ zinnia are lighter in tempera-

Thinking About Color


as status markers, providing the new merchants with vehicles for invest- ture. Hence, we could say it has a higherlowvalue. high

The Dutch Masters


ment. Whatever the reason for their proliferation, for two hundred years What might happen to these Queens in an arrangement? The Queen
Netherlandish still life elevated everyday beauty into works of great art, Redwarm
could
cooldisappear into shadows (or conveniently create them), and the

and floral designers have forever been grateful. Queen Orange the opposite—it would better stand out.
Early Dutch flower paintings featured a selection of blooms arranged
symmetrically and a bit stiffly, each painted in exquisite detail and illu- 143 78

minated by even, impartial light. At this time, around 1600 to 1650, the
FIGURE 3. Value FIGURE 4. Temperature and Value
flowers often were depicted in a niche, with little depth to the arrange-
ment. A hierarchy of flowers prevailed, with the “holy” flowers, such as low high light light
warm cool
Fritillaria imperialis—itself an import from the Ottoman Empire—or lilies
(representing the purity of the Virgin Mary), appearing above the “noble”
High chroma Rudbeckia hirta with Coreopsis ‘Incredible’ Tall Mix, dahlias, zinnias,
flowers, such as roses and dianthus. Wildflowers usually appeared lower Cosmos ‘Rubenza’, and Gladiolus ‘Bimbo’.

dark dark
warm cool

light light
warm cool

dark dark
hue tint tone shade
warm cool

hue tint tone shade


analogous

analogous


part four

shaping
your work

ten things to learn from ikebana


An ancient tradition, ikebana has many different styles. Here are Vessels
some basic principles to help inform your designs.
to have and to hold
1. Cut sparingly and with compassion for the plants. I typed: “I’ve never been married, so I don’t own china.” Then I leaned
2. Your display should signify the season. back, appalled.
3. Your vessel is not a holder but an integral part of your design. I read the sentence again, trying to admire its declarative power, its
4. Don’t arrange flowers you don’t know the names of. It shows nicely placed comma, but my words were loaded with more feminine angst
a lack of respect for the plants. than a copy of Mrs. Beeton’s Book of Household Management, circa 1861.
5. Try to highlight overlooked forms of beauty. Wherefore such woe?
6. Space is not meant to be filled but created. The three elements In my mind, in my late thirties, marriage equaled china. Where had
of ikebana are line, color, and mass. I come up with such an association? Even if I’d been married when I was
7. Form is found, not planned. younger, I wouldn’t have registered for china. How, for a middle-aged
8. The meditative aspect of floral arranging has a therapeutic woman who called herself a feminist, had it come to that?
effect. Silence will bring you closer to nature. From medieval times until the early twentieth century, women of
9. Floral symbolism matters in many cultural traditions. Ensure European descent collected keepsakes and household items in preparation
your blooms suit the occasion and will not offend. for their marriage. Clothing, mementos, needlework, and china were kept
10. Consider the setting for your arrangement. in a trunk known as a hope chest. This chest constituted a part of a wom-
an’s dowry—historically, the mark of a woman’s worth; in modern times
the hope chest came to act more as a bridge between domestic worlds, a
quaint way to carry things from the past into one’s future. This explains
my marital association, but there’s more to unpack from the idea of a hope
chest. What do we carry from our past? And what does that stuff say about
who we are now?
Restraint and Constraint

There’s a brilliant passage in The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien


in which the author lists the objects a squadron of American soldiers carry
through Vietnam. Each item reveals something about the character who
carried it, and the more specific the item is, the more we see the humanity
Vessels

of the man. One carries canned peaches. Another, a diary. And another,
173 hotel-size bars of soap. From each detail we build a personality—tastes, 49

comforts, and affections—and, by extension, the hopes that shape a life.

← From left: Ribes ‘White Icicle’, Anemone ‘Galilee Albino’, Helleborus ‘Double
Ellen’, Leucojum aestivum, Helleborus argutifolius, Narcissus ‘Tete-a-Tete’ and ← An old silver rose bowl playing host to a spring garden of maple tree blossoms,
Fritillaria raddeana. fritillarias, Erythronium ‘Pagoda’, and tulips

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Witness creativity
in the homes
and studios of
great American
artists

Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios


Valerie A. Balint and the National Trust for Historic Preservation
Foreword by Wanda M. Corn
Preface by Donna Hassler and Katherine Malone-France

V i s ua l & From the desert vistas of Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico ranch to Jackson
p op u l a r C u lt u r e Pollock and Lee Krasner’s Hamptons cottage, step into the homes and studios

June 2020 of illustrious American artists and witness creativity in the making. Celebrating
6 x 9 in / 15.2 x 22.9 cm the twentieth anniversary of the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program
256 pp / 225+ color & b+w of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, this is the first guidebook to the
Paperback with flaps
978-1-61689-773-4 forty-four site museums in the network, located across all regions of the United
$29.95 / £25.00 States and all open to the public. The guide conveys each artist’s visual legacy
R i g h ts : Wo rld and sets each site in the context of its architecture and landscape, which often
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were designed by the artists themselves.
9 781616 897734 Through portraits, artwork, and site photos, discover the powerful influence
of place on American greats such as Andrew Wyeth, Grant Wood, Winslow Homer,
and Donald Judd as well as lesser-known but equally creative figures who made
important contributions to cultural history—photographer Alice Austen and
muralist Clementine Hunter among them.

Valerie A. Balint is program manager of Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios.


Based in New York’s Hudson Valley, she is former Interim Director of Collections
and Research at Frederic Church’s Olana (a HAHS site) and a longtime advocate
of preserved artists’ spaces and public art.

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The Georgia O’Keeffe
Home & Studio
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986)

21120 Highway 84, Abiquiú, NM 87510


505-685-4539 www.okeeffemuseum.org/store/products/
abiquiu/abiquiu-home-studio-tour/

Take time to look.


—Georgia O’Keeffe

Georgia O’Keeffe’s residence in Abiquiú, New Mexico, was not her


first southwestern home and studio, but it was the most hard-won. She
began traveling regularly to the state in 1929, and first spotted the eigh-
teenth-century Spanish colonial adobe compound in the mid-1930s.
Captivated by its magnificent eastern views toward the mountains and
the White Place (Plaza Blanca), where they stood awash in the brilliant
desert light and set against the expansive sky, she immediately tried to
buy it. However, she was unable to get it. Later, in the early 1940s, the
Catholic Church, which owned it, was unwilling to sell. O’Keeffe persist-
ed, but by the time she finally acquired it in 1945, it was run down and
in poor condition. So she and her friend Maria Chabot, with the help of
local workers, began restoring and customizing the 5,000-square-foot
structure. “Inch by inch it is becoming—my house—something that feels
like my shell to live in,” O’Keeffe remarked, and she finally moved in four
years later.
While O’Keeffe was restoring her home, the United States was
entering the Atomic Age. Her progress was sometimes halted when the
nearby Los Alamos Laboratory, which was working on the Manhattan

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Georgia O’Keeffe Home
NEW ME XICO THE GEORGIA O’KEEFFE HOME & STUDIO

& Studio, Abiquiú, NM

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Edward Hopper House Museum
RUNNING FOOTER RUNNING FOOTER

& Study Center, Nyack, NY

James Fitzgerald, who had first visited Monhegan in the 1920s and
retreated there in the 1940s after becoming disenchanted with the com-
mercial art world, despite having received critical acclaim. Ultimately, he
settled in Kent’s former studio and pursued his own artistic credo, which
espoused that art should not seek strict realism and that “pure painting
is concerned with timelessness.” After Kent left Monhegan for a final
time in 1953, Fitzgerald acquired the house, too. Upon his death in 1971,
Fitzgerald left both buildings and their contents to friends who later
bequeathed the site to the Monhegan Museum of Art & History.
Today, visitors to the house and studio see it as it was furnished
when Kent lived there during his first interlude on Monhegan. The hard-
scrabble architecture was meant to withstand the island’s harsh climate,
and, like other buildings throughout the island, its materials and contents
had to be brought over from the mainland. Inside are many original Kent
furnishings including the piano and Victorian sofa received as wedding
gifts, a rocking chair he built, and a fireplace inset placed by Kent, made of
a a commercial plaster and cast after Renaissance artist Luca della Robbia.
Because it requires just as much effort to remove things as it does to bring
them to the island, island tradition is that a house’s contents often remain
when owners change and repurpose possessions through neighborly
exchange.

Rockwell Kent-James Fitzgerald


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House & Studio
MAINE R O C K W E L L K E N T-J A M E S F I T Z G E R A L D H O U S E & S T U D I O

Monhegan Island, ME

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Fun and creative
activities for a
thriving garden

The Little Gardener


Helping Children Connect with the Natural World
Julie A. Cerny
Illustrations by Ysemay Dercon

V i s ua l & The Little Gardener is an engaging illustrated guide for parents, grandparents,
p op u l a r C u lt u r e caregivers, and educators who want to help children explore the natural world

March 2020 through gardening. Part how-to, part teaching tool, and part inspiration, The
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20.3 cm Little Gardener is a thoughtful combination of detailed instructions, tips,
224 pp / 50 color anecdotes, and seasonal activities designed to connect gardeners to natural
Hardcover
978-1-61689-860-1 systems. With fun projects, useful charts, and creative journal prompts,
$24.95 / £18.99 The Little Gardener shows gardeners of all ages how to envision and build their
R i g h ts : Wo rld garden together by making the process an adventure to be treasured, with
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much to learn along the way.
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Julie A. Cerny is an educator, gardener, and aspiring homesteader living in
New York’s Hudson Valley. A longtime lover of food, flowers, trees, and the earth
that grows them, she strives to live as an active member of the ecological systems
that sustain her.

Ysemay Dercon is an artist and illustrator with an interest in science and wildlife
conservation. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

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CHAPTER TEN

gRowiNG
A LiTTlE
GaRdenER
Teach yourself to guide the way

When guiding children through the Learning Garden, I often


began our journey by exploring herbs. Even the most “Why only a little?” I inquired.
apprehensive students could usually work up the courage to “It might be too spicy or strong.”
pinch off a few leaves of parsley or a sprig of thyme, crush I explained that when we taste herbs by themselves, those
it up between their fingers, and smell it. with sensitive taste buds may find them strong and off-putting.
I had been working on developing and experimenting with Instead of tasting, smelling the crushed herb can actually give
a short inquiry-based narrative to introduce a particular herb. us a better idea of what flavor it will impart on the ingredients
One summer day, I decided to try it with twelve elementary- it’s mixed with. Then I asked, “When you smell this herb, do
school students. We paused on our walk through the garden you think it would be a good flavor match with your favorite
and circled up around one of the herb spirals. sandwich?”
I instructed the students to gently pluck one leaf from a One student responded, “I think it would not go good with
particular herb (using their lobster-pinchers), crush it up with my peanut butter, banana, and honey sandwich.” Another was
their fingers, and hold it just under their noses. “Today,” I told eager to report that she thought it would go well on her grilled
them, “is about walking like a farmer and thinking like a chef.” cheese and tomato sandwich.
Then I asked them, “When we use herbs and spices in cooking, “Okay, what about tomato sauce? Do you think this herb
do we use a lot or a little?” would go well with tomato sauce?” Affirmatives. “Do you think
“A little,” some students answered. it would go well on pizza?” Almost all yeses.

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water, plants make glucose (energy in the form of sugar) and


Describing seedling stages to little gardener also release oxygen as a waste product. Plants combine the
energy they get from the sun with the nutrients and minerals
For the Littlest Gardeners, I find it it’s time for them to be moved from
helpful to describe the different growth the comfortable growing conditions of they gather from the soil to nourish themselves and develop
stages of seedlings (those that are the greenhouse to a semiprotected spot into mature plants.
started indoors and later transplanted outside, where they can start becoming
outside), as grade levels in school. more comfortable being outside.
Seedlings that have recently sprouted, Through this process, kindergarten Flowers: Formation, Pollination, Seed Production
are tender and delicate, and still need seedlings become hardy and better Like animals, plants are driven to reproduce. Most plants do
the protection of the greenhouse are prepared for the harsher conditions so by manufacturing their own seeds. As part of this process,
“preschoolers.” they will experience in the garden.
When they have matured a bit, Once they are big and strong enough and only when the time is right, a plant begins to form flowers.
usually after a few weeks, seedlings to be transplanted from their pot into Some plants, like cucumbers and melons, have separate
graduate to “kindergarten” and are the garden, seedlings are ready to male and female flowers. Others, like tomatoes and peppers,
ready to be hardened off. This means advance to first grade!
have male and female parts within the same single flower.
Nectar in the flowers attracts pollinators like birds, bees,
butterflies, and other insects, who move pollen within and
between flowers. Corn and many grain crops use the wind to
move pollen between plants. Pollen fertilizes an egg within
the ovary of the female flower, enabling seeds to develop
(right where the flower was blooming). Some plants enclose
their seeds in fruit—I’m sure you’ve noticed the seeds inside

Common nature: Humans & Plants


Watching my garden grow throughout hour cycle (circadian rhythm) like we
the year, I’m reminded of just how vital are. Plants are food for us, and we
our relationship to plants is—and how can create nutritious compost for them.
alike we are. It’s quite a convenient And then there’s our natural
Seedlings use the food stored in their seeds until their first arrangement. Plants need food, water, air, attraction to the sun—our bodies
warmth, space, and sunlight, just like we and skin crave sunlight for vitamin
true leaves form and they can begin to create their own food do. They breathe in what we breathe out, D production! Plants also naturally
through the process of photosynthesis. With light from the sun and we breathe in what they breathe out. bend and turn to face the sun, a
(absorbed by the pigment chlorophyll), carbon dioxide, and Plants are programmed to a twenty-four- phenomenon called phototropism.

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A must-have
for the comedian
and spirited
feminist in
your life

Broadly Speaking
100 Years of Wisecracks, Insights, Retorts
& Wisdom from Women in Comedy
Edited by Barbara Darko
with Rob Shaeffer

V i s ua l & Broadly Speaking offers diverse perspectives on comedy with quotes from the
p op u l a r C u lt u r e world’s greatest female comics and entertainers. As varied as the comedians

April 2020 themselves, witty one-liners, intimate anecdotes, and honest accounts tell the
5.5 x 7 in / 14 x 17.8 cm story of dismantling the boys’ club and redefining what a woman in comedy
144 pp can look, act, and sound like. Covering one hundred years of women in
Hardcover
978-1-61689-862-5 comedy, Broadly Speaking showcases original legends Dorothy Parker and
$16.95 / £12.99 Moms Mabley, who share the page with current influential figures Tina Fey
R i g h ts : Wo rld and Ilana Glazer, alongside the emerging generation of funny women, including
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Awkwafina and Patti Harrison. Chuckle, laugh, and muse over these insights
9 781616 898625 into the internal and external challenges of becoming a comedian and the way
the industry and game have changed.

Barbara Darko, an editor at Bloomsbury USA, is a lifelong comedy fan.


She grew up in Queens, New York, and earned her BA in visual studies at
the University of Pennsylvania. Darko lives and works in New York City.

Rob Shaeffer is an editor with thirty years of experience in publishing.


He lives in New England.

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once said, having
watched me one g
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entire afternoon,
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pr and
an Mary Tyler Moore
cing and

“This child will


either end up on
stage or in jail.”
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Achieve your full
procrastination
potential

Not Now
The Procrastinator’s Manual
Benjamin English

V i s ua l & Struggling to realize your full procrastination potential? Finally, a primer for
p op u l a r C u lt u r e procrastinators has arrived. Not Now is an illustrated instruction manual that

April 2020 teaches novice and advanced procrastinators how to dally, dawdle, and lollygag
4.25 x 5.75 in / 10.2 x 14.6 cm their way to expert-level procrastination. Starting with simple exercises, such
144 pp / 100 color
as “sit” and “pace,” instructions gradually advance in complexity and futility—
Paperback with flaps
978-1-61689-842-7 “learn how to write in your non-dominant hand,” “color coordinate your
$12.95 / £9.99 bookshelves to look like a Pantone color guide”— and eventually reach master
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level: “learn a new language by correspondence course, pack your bags, and
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move to another country.”
9 781616 898427

Benjamin English is a graphic designer


based in Kingston, New York.

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365 design
lessons from
four leading
industry experts

Graphic Design Rules


365 Essential Design Dos and Don’ts, Revised Edition
Sean Adams, Peter Dawson, John Foster, and Tony Seddon
Introduction by Sean Adams

de sign DON’T use comic sans (except ironically!) but DO worship the classic typefaces
— like Helvetica and Garamond. Graphic Design Rules is a handy guide for
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6.5 x 8.5 in professional graphic designers, students, and laymen who incorporate graphic
384 pp / 365 color design into their job or small business. Packed with practical advice, this spirited
Paperback with flaps collection of design dos and don’ts takes readers through 365 rules like knowing
978-1-61689-876-2
$29.95 when to use a modular grid—and when to throw the grid out the window. All
R i g hts : No rt h Ame ri ca designers will appreciate tips and lessons from these highly accomplished authors,
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who draw on years of experience to help you create good design.
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Sean Adams, chair of graphic design at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena,
California, is an AIGA Medal winner and author of The Designer’s Dictionary
of Color and The Designer’s Dictionary of Type. His clients include Adobe,
Gap, Nickelodeon, and Sundance. Peter Dawson, a cofounder of Grade Design
in London, is a fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers and
author of The Field Guide to Typography. John Foster received a gold medal
from the Art Directors Club of New York, and his clients have included Coca-Cola
and the Nature Conservancy. Tony Seddon, a graphic designer based in the United
Kingdom, is coauthor of Graphic Design for Nondesigners.

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“Enduring
exemplars of poster
art and justly
famous icons of
American design”
—Ellen Lupton

Paula Scher
Twenty-Five Years at the Public, A Love Story
Paula Scher

de s ign A larger-than-life figure in the design community with a client list to match,
— Paula Scher turned her first major project as a partner at Pentagram into a
April 2020
7.25 x 9.625 in / 18.4 x 24.4 cm formative twenty-five-year relationship with the Public Theater in New York.
256 pp / 400 color This behind-the-scenes account of the relationship between Scher and “the
Paperback with flaps Public,” as it’s affectionately known, chronicles over two decades of brand
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find hundreds of Scher’s posters, including those for Hamilton, Bring in ’da
Noise, Bring in ’da Funk, and numerous Shakespeare in the Park productions,
collected in this one-of-a-kind volume along with other printed and process-
related matter. Essays by two of the theater’s artistic directors, George C.
Wolfe and Oskar Eustis, and design critics Steven Heller and Ellen Lupton
contextualize Scher’s dynamic typographic treatment.

Paula Scher has been a partner in Pentagram’s New York City office since
1991. She is a recipient of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s
National Design Award for Communication Design and the AIGA Medal.

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2014–2015 1994

By the second season of the new system (’14–’15), I was designing for our use, but they would have no say in how it was treated and
the summer posters with enough graphic eccentricity that they could incorporated into the poster. The rule proved to be mostly effective
easily be extended to a new season that would be differentiated from and has held up for twenty-five years. I am amazed by it. Usually,
the previous one. The typography was skewed at opposite angles and these types of rules are the sorts of things that break down over time
2014–2015 because they are politically unpleasant for marketing departments
stacked as a powerful zigzag. The summer posters were designed in
black and green, though the green printed too dark and to have to enforce.
bad subway station lighting killed its contrast. I switched But our philosophy was simple. The Public is a place for actors,
the green color to a taxicab yellow for the season graphics, actresses, writers, and directors. It is a nonprofit theater. And it is an
and the look of the whole season was very powerful. Kirstin honor to have the opportunity to work and/or perform there.
and the art department created powerful pieces that hung The poster represents the play or activity, but it also represents
together strongly as individual posters, as programs, and the Public and all of the creativity that flourishes there. Over
at Joe’s Pub. the years, actors who have performed at the Public Theater
Among the zigzagging posters was one for a new mu- or the Delacorte have contacted me for copies of the posters
and promotions that were connected to their performances. I
sical developed and debuting at the Public in 2015 called
am always surprised by this because neither their name nor
Hamilton. After Hamilton went to Broadway, the show’s
picture is on it. But the graphics become a souvenir of their
logo received a more commercial treatment. I confess,
experience, and a seal of approval from the Public.
this bothers me because it doesn’t give the Public credit
I designed eight posters in the first year of the new
for incubating this spectacular smash hit. It’s one of the
identity. But the reality was that you would never have seen
flaws of the system.
them if you weren’t at the Public Theater. I had hoped that
The third season (’15–’16) was even stronger. It was
the Public would post them on barricades around New York
based on typography that slashed through larger typog-
City, but that was phenomenally expensive and illegal in
raphy or imagery. By now, Shakespeare in the Park and
certain instances. There was no website or digital media yet,
the rest of the season had become one. The Public’s au-
and most people learned about what was going on at the
dience had really begun to catch on. I started to notice
Public through newspaper, radio, and magazine advertising,
designed images from plays and events being tweeted
as well as restaurant cards, handbills, and Playbill covers.
or posted on people’s Instagram accounts as souvenirs
The Public made a plethora of all of these bits of paper, and
of their attendance. Over the next couple of years it hap-
it was too much for me to accomplish the design of all of
pened with more frequency. The new identity approach had
it at Pentagram. I hired a designer (Brian Boyce) to work
taken hold. It has shaped the way the Public is recognized inside the Public. He was the first of many.
and understood. It changes each year, and the New York Most of the play ads were designed off the posters.
audience anticipates it. The handbills and postcards used formations of the wood type style
In 2017, after eight years, Kirstin left the Public to work and involved laying out the big blocky type in all caps in black ink and
on her own projects, but she continued to freelance for then printing them out on a variety of colored papers. I confess that I
the Public. Tammy Shell, who was the assistant art director, assumed didn’t pay enough attention to these promotions and was much more
Kirstin’s job. More designers joined the in-house team, including an- interested in designing posters. That was foolish of me because most
other of my students, and the in-house art department continues to people, other than designers, saw the promotions and not the post-
grow and get stronger. ers. During the George Wolfe years, I would often feel like a failure
Each season, after I design the Shakespeare poster, I teach the in terms of my relationship to the churn of daily promotions, which
in-house team how to work with it. There is no written manual, only trial
and error. The attributes of the poster are clearly visible. They generally

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The power
of ballot design
in American
history

This Is What Democracy Looked Like


A Visual History of the Printed Ballot
Alicia Yin Cheng
Foreword by Julian E. Zelizer

V i s ua l & This Is What Democracy Looked Like, the first illustrated history of printed
p op u l a r C u lt u r e ballot design, illuminates the noble but often flawed process at the heart

May 2020 of our democracy. An exploration and celebration of US ballots from
6.75 x 10.25 in / 17.1 x 26 cm the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this visual history reveals
176 pp / 200 color unregulated, outlandish, and, at times, absurd designs that reflect the
Hardcover
978-1-61689-887-8 explosive growth and changing face of the voting public. The ballots offer
$29.95 / £25.00 insight into a pivotal time in American history— a period of tectonic shifts
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Alicia Yin Cheng is a founding partner of MGMT. design in Brooklyn,


New York. She currently serves as an external critic for the MFA program
at the Rhode Island School of Design and has taught at Yale University,
Maryland Institute College of Art, Barnard College, and Cooper Union.
Cheng was a past board member of the AIGA/NY chapter and the
Fine Arts Federation.

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“Careful
research earns
this title an A”
—Publishers Weekly

A-frame
Second Edition
Chad Randl

ARC HITEC TURE The heyday of the national A-frame craze saw tens of thousands of these easy and
— affordable structures built as vacation homes, roadside restaurants, churches, and
May 2020
8 × 8.75 in / 20.3 x 22.2 cm even pet stores. A-frame chronicles America’s love affair with the A-frame, from
208 pp / 150 color & 75 b+w postwar getaway to its recent revival among designers and DIYers. In a fascinating
Paperback with flaps look at this architectural phenomenon, Chad Randl tells the story of the triangle
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$29.95 / £21.99 house, from prehistoric Japan to its lifestyle-changing prime in the 1960s as a symbol
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high-style and do-it-yourself examples, family snapshots, and an appendix with a
complete set of blueprints in case you want to build your own.

Chad Randl is Art DeMuro Assistant Professor in the Historic Preservation


Program, College of Design, at the University of Oregon in Portland. Previously,
he taught at Cornell University and worked as an architectural historian for the
National Park Service. He is the author of Revolving Architecture: A History of
Buildings that Rotate, Swivel, and Pivot.

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Recent projects
in a lavish large
format edition

Tom Kundig
Working Title
Tom Kundig
Foreword by Mark Rozzo

ARC HITEC TURE Striking, innovative, and dramatically sited, the twenty-nine projects in
— Tom Kundig:Working Title reveal the hand of a master of contextually astute,
May 2020
10 x 12 in / 25.4 x 30.5 cm richly detailed architecture. As Kundig’s work has increased in scale and
368 pp / 300 color & b+w variety, in diverse locations from his native Seattle to Hawaii and Rio de
Hardcover with jacket Janeiro, it continues to exhibit his signature sensitivity to material and locale
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$80.00 / £55.00 and to feature his fascinating kinetic “gizmos.” Projects range from inviting
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Tillamook Creamery, the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, and
the Wagner Education Center of the Center for Wooden Boats, among others.
Also Available... Tom Kundig: Working Title includes lush photography, sketches, and a dialogue
Tom Kundig: Houses between Tom Kundig and Michael Chaiken, curator of the Kundig-designed
978-1-56898-605-0 Bob Dylan Archive at the Helmerich Center for American Research.
$40.00 / £25.00

Tom Kundig: Houses 2 Tom Kundig, FAIA, RIBA, is a principal and owner of Seattle-based Olson
978-1-61689-040-7 Kundig. In 2016, he was elected to the National Academy of Design as an
$55.00 / £35.00
Academician in Architecture, and he received the AIA Seattle Gold Medal in
Tom Kundig: Works 2018. Kundig’s work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Architect,
978-1-61689-345-3 Architectural Record, and Architectural Digest.
$65.00 / £40.00

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The house is intended
to breathe and open
to the climate as
much as possible.

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Costa Rica Treehouse, Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

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Triptych, Yarrow Point, Washington, United States

150 151 152 153

Martin’s Lane Winery, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

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Modern
architecture
comes to the
farm

The New Farm


Contemporary Rural Architecture
Daniel P. Gregory
Foreword by Abby Rockefeller

ARC HITEC TURE Recent generations of farmers have reinvented the family farm and its traditions,
— embracing organic practices and sustainability and, along with them, a bold new
May 2020
8 x 10 in / 20.3 x 25.4 cm use of modern architecture. The New Farm profiles sixteen contemporary farms
192 pp / 150 color around the globe, accompanied by plans and colorful images that highlight the
Hardcover connections among family, food, design, terrain, and heritage.
978-1-61689-814-4
$45.00 / £35.00 Visit a Tasmanian sheep shearers’ quarters with a dramatic coastal view and
R i g h ts : Wo rld a bamboo-wrapped farm shed in Kentucky. Learn from a fourth-generation
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into the barnyard. Projects include an olive oil grove and mill in California, the
storied Stone Barns Center in New York, and organic farms in Canada and across
Europe. An introduction places the design of these farms in a lineage of celebrated
architects including William Wurster, William Turnbull, Edward Larrabee Barnes,
Marc Appleton, and Tom Kundig.

Daniel P. Gregory is a longtime magazine and website editor and author of Cliff
May and the Modern Ranch House. He graduated from Yale, received his PhD in
architectural history from UC Berkeley, and lives in the Bay Area.

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A landmark
global survey
of earthen
structures

The Art of Earth Architecture


Past, Present, Future
Jean Dethier

ARC HITEC TURE For almost ten thousand years, unbaked earth has been used to build remarkable

structures, from simple dwellings to palaces, temples, and fortresses both grand
March 2020
9.5 x 12 in and durable. Jean Dethier spent fifty years researching this landmark global
512 pp / 700 color & 100 b+w survey, which spans five continents and 250 sites. The Art of Earth Architecture
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demonstrates the wide-ranging applications and sustainability of this building
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$125.00 material, while presenting a manifesto for its ecological significance. Featuring
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of Morocco, and housing in Marrakech and Bogota.
This definitive reference features many UNESCO World Heritage sites and
contains essays on the historical, technical, and cultural aspects of raw-earth
construction from twenty experts in the field, as well as hundreds of photographs,
illustrations, and architectural drawings.

Jean Dethier has dedicated his life to the research, safeguarding, and development
of earth structures around the world. Dethier worked at the Centre Pompidou
as a curator of influential architectural exhibits for thirty years. Winner of the
prestigious Grand Prix national de l’architecture, he sat on the jury of the 2016
Terra Award, the first international prize for contemporary earthen structures.

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The newest
addition to the
Campus Guides
series

Amherst College: The Campus Guide


Blair Kamin
Foreword by Biddy Martin
Photographs by Ralph Lieberman

C a m p us gu i de s Amherst College: The Campus Guide is an architectural tour of one of


— North America’s most prestigious liberal arts colleges. Founded in
February 2020
6.25 x 10 in / 15.9 x 24.5 cm Western Massachusetts some two hundred years ago, the one thousand-
256 pp / 120 color & b+w acre campus is a living museum of architectural history, bearing the
Paperback with fold out map imprint of distinguished firms in architecture and landscape architecture:
978-1-61689-822-9
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college with the story of the campus’s development. Newly commissioned
photographs and a hand drawn pocket map enhance this engaging journey
through Amherst’s architecture, landscape, interior design, and sculpture.

Blair Kamin, a 1979 graduate of Amherst, is the Pulitzer Prize–winning


architecture critic of the Chicago Tribune. His previous books include
Why Architecture Matters: Lessons from Chicago. Ralph Lieberman is an
architectural historian and photographer. He was the photographer for
Williams College: The Campus Guide and previously collaborated with
Kamin on The Gates of Harvard Yard. Biddy Martin is the president of
Amherst College.

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Moleskine Books
Seymour Chwast
Inspiration and Process in Design
Introduction by Steven Heller

Seymour Chwast (1931–) is an American graphic


designer known for his diverse body of work and lasting
influence on visual culture. He has authored more than
thirty children’s books, four graphic novels, and several
typefaces. In 1954, he cofounded Push Pin Studios
(changed to The Pushpin Group in 1985), whose
revolutionary work altered the course of contemporary
graphic communication in the 1950s and 60s and
continues to inspire the field of design worldwide.
Chwast’s work as a humorist is plainly felt in this
biting collection of illustrative work. Sketches from his
vast portfolio of unpublished children’s books and his
cartoon work, such as Karma for Kats and 1001 Beards,
are accompanied by interviews by Steven Heller, which
explore Chwast’s motivations and process.

May 2020
5 x 8.25 in / 12.7 x 21 cm
144 pp / 150 color
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Paul Rand
Inspiration and Process in Design
Introduction by Steven Heller
Edited by Eugenia Bell
5 x 8.25 in / 12.7 x 21 cm
144 pp / 150 illustrations
Hardcover
978-1-61689-859-5
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Best-known for his corporate brand logos and art


direction, Paul Rand (1914–1986) transformed
commercial art from craft to profession and
influenced the look of advertising and book design.
This spirited collection of literal (and figural) back-
of-the-envelope sketches, doodles, and notes, captures
sparks that later found their full form in his children’s
books, logos, and personal work.

Paul Rudolph
Inspiration and Process in Architecture
Introduction by John Morris Dixon
Edited by Eugenia Bell
5 x 8.25 in / 12.7 x 21 cm
144 pp / 85 illustrations
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978-1-61689-865-6
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Paul Rudolph (1918–1997) authored some of


Modernism’s most powerful designs. His early
residential work in Sarasota, Florida, garnered
international attention, and his later exploration of
Brutalist materials and forms earned both notoriety
and acclaim. The dynamic drawings included
here— selected from his archive in the Library of
Congress — illustrate his emotive hand and deft
drafting skill.

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I am New York
Carlo Stanga
8.25 x 9.75 in / 21 x 24.8 cm
112 pp
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978-88-6732-578-8
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Cities provide infinite sources of inspiration. Carlo


Stanga’s I Am the City series animates the cultural
and economic production of prominent metropolises.
From the Chrysler Building to the bagel, I am New
York is an illustrated journey of the Big Apple like no
other. Stanga’s love letter to New York captures the
magic of the city.

The Design of Words


Francesco Guerrera
Foreword by Paul Antonio
11.75 x 8.25 in / 29.8 x 21 cm
160 pp
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978-88-6732-768-3
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The Design of Words celebrates the work of the


Calligraphy Masters, whose far-flung members—
Calligrafreaks, as they are affectionately known—
filled forty Moleskine sketchbooks for an exhibition
in Milan. This book is a curated collection of
those sketchbooks, celebrating the different styles
and personal interpretations of calligraphers
in fifteen countries and reflecting the world of
calligraphy today.

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Almost 100 Chairs City Maps and Stories Daniel Libeskind Detour
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The Hand of the Graphic Designer How to Play with Letters I am London James Stirling
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KENGO KUMA

MECANOO
KENGO
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KENGO KUMA MECANOO

ISBN 978-88-6613-164-9

978-88-6613-165-6
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between natural and artificial and mediate the encounter between man paid great attention to the entire process control and a focus on sustainable
and the environment. The drawings collected in this book tell the fading design and the study of matter and patterns.
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practice of design which emphasises the value of freehand drawing as part of secrets and insights and showing the various observation techniques
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Michael Graves Mind, Maps and Infographics Morphosis Thom Mayne Postcards From
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in Architecture 8.25 x 9.25 in / 144 pp in Architecture Carlo Stanga
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The mental space of painting, expressed in works that experiment with a


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30 SELECTED MOLESKINE BOOKS BACKLIST


Children’s Books
A beautiful
story about
taking care
of others

Little Cheetah’s Shadow


Marianne Dubuc

AGES: 3 – 7 Little Cheetah’s shadow is missing. When Little Cheetah finds him and
— learns that Little Shadow is sad because he never gets to go first, Little
April 2020
7.5 x 9.85 in Cheetah is happy to switch places. As they travel about their neighborhood,
30 pp / 15 color Little Cheetah is surprised to learn how hard it can be to follow. Eventually
Hardcover with jacket they decide that walking side-by-side is much better, and when they go
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in Marianne Dubuc’s warm and inviting illustrations.

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Up the Mountain Path by children around the world, her books have been translated into more
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than twenty-five languages. She lives in Montreal, Quebec, with her husband
The Fish and the Cat and their two children.
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Otto and Pio


978-1-61689-760-4 / $17.95

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“Oh! That doesn’t sound very nice at all,”
said Little Cheetah.

“From now on, you go first.”

Little Shadow was very happy to go first.


And Little Cheetah was happy to stroll behind.
It was a beautiful day.
They were almost home, but Little Shadow stopped
at the entrance to a tunnel along the way. “Can we stop at Mr. Boubou’s bakery?”
asked Little Cheetah.
“Oh no!” he cried. “In the dark, I disappear!” “I’d like to buy some bread for lunch.”

Little Shadow happily agreed.

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Friendship and
forgiveness in a
fantastical forest

Malo and the Merry-Go-Round


Maria Dek

AGES: 3 – 7 It’s a beautiful day and Malo has promised to help his best friend Poto make
— pickles. But when Malo hears there’s a new merry-go-round in the forest, all
March 2020
8 x 11 in / 20.3 x 28 cm bets are off. Abandoning Poto, he rushes through the forest, ignoring a boar in
34 pp / 17 color need of help, snapping at a cuckoo, and smooshing a dung beetle’s dung. When
Hardcover with jacket he finally finds the merry-go-round, Malo realizes that riding alone would be
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teaches the importance of saying “I’m sorry,” forgiveness, and friendship.

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see page 42 in Europe, where she creates original and expressive watercolor illustrations
A Walk in the Forest that stir the reader’s imagination. Her prior books include A Walk in the Forest,
978-1-61689-569-3 When I am Big, and Look, It’s Raining. She holds degrees from the Academy of
$17.95 / £11.99
Fine Arts in Warsaw and University of the Arts London.
Good Morning, Neighbor
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Look, It’s Raining


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When I Am Big
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A little girl and
a bison become
lifelong friends

My Bison
Gaya Wisniewski

Age s: 5– 8 In a clearing by the forest, a little girl befriends a bison. Each winter they
— meet, sit by the fire, and share stories or simply enjoy the silence together until
March 2020
7.5 x 10.5 in / 19.1 x 26.7 cm it is time for the bison to rejoin his herd in the spring. Their bond deepens as
36 pp / 20 color they grow older and the years go by, but one winter her bison does not return.
Hardcover with jacket After searching for him in the woods, the little girl, now a grown-up, comes to
978-1-61689-886-1
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story of friendship and understanding the passage of time.

Born into an artistic family, Gaya Wisniewski studied illustration


at the Saint-Luc Institute in Brussels. While teaching
drawing at Le Wolf, a center for children’s literature
in Belgium, she fell in love with
storytelling. My Bison is her
first book in English. She now
lives in France.

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A gorgeous
oversized lift-
the-flap book

In the Garden
Emma Giuliani

Marvelous wonders await in this extraordinary garden book. From season


Age s: 8 a n d u p to season, children follow the life of a garden as each page reveals new
— treasures hiding under lift-up flaps. Peek inside the curious tulip bulb and
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11 x 15.75 in / 27.9 x 40 cm discover the peas inside a peapod. Watch a ladybug help with pesky aphids
16 pp / color throughout and search for ripe strawberries under the leaves. Rich in detail, Emma
Hardcover, oversized, Giuliani’s bright, immersive illustrations and flaps in fantastic shapes,
resealable polybag
978-1-61689-893-9 sizes, and colors carry the reader into the enchanted world of gardening.
$27.95 / £21.99 Discovering different facets of the garden—fauna, flora, and the work
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Her previous books include Egyptomania and Welcome the Day.

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New to the My Nature Sticker Activity Books
(see next page for the full series)
With
Inventive Animals 74 stickers,
My Nature Sticker Activity Book
26 activities,
and 1 quiz
Clémentine Sourdais
Age s: 5 a n d u p

March 2020
8.75 x 11.875 in / 22 x 30 cm
Inventive Animals
24 pp / 14 color / Paperback
Clémentine Sourdais
978-1-61689-898-4 / $7.99 / £5.99
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with
74 stickers, Did you know that puffer fish dig geometric shapes in the sand,
26 activities,
and 1 quiz that octopuses imitate their predators, or that weaver birds make
the most complex nests in the world—and they can even tie knots?
Learn fun facts as you color an octopus’s tentacles, stick prey in a
spider’s web, and add cells to the bees’ honeycomb.

Clémentine Sourdais grew up in Avignon, France, where she spent


much of her childhood in the aisles of her parents’ children’s
bookstore. She is now an author and illustrator of children’s books.

Streams and Ponds With


My Nature Sticker Activity Book 94 stickers,
Olivia Cosneau 31 activities,
and 1 quiz
Age s: 5 a n d u p

March 2020
8.75 x 11.875 in / 22 x 30 cm
Streams and Ponds
Olivia Cosneau
24 pp / 20 color / Paperback
978-1-61689-904-2 / $7.99 / £5.99
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with
94 stickers,
Did you know that water scorpions use a snorkel to breathe, that
31 activities,
and 1 quiz
the eyes of the damselfly can swivel in every direction, or that
moorhen chicks leave the nest as soon as they hatch? Ponds and
streams have complex ecosystems full of amazing birds, strange
insects, and colorful crustaceans, fish, and other creatures. Draw
a snail’s shell, color in the frogs, and perch a bird in her nest.

Olivia Cosneau lives in France and has illustrated numerous


children’s books, including Garden Insects & Bugs and In the
Age of Dinosaurs. She obtained her arts degree at the University
of Nantes.

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

“The first time you show your little nature lovers


these books, do not let them know there are stickers
involved. Because these are the rare activity books
that can hold their own on the quirky, information-
packed writing and exquisite artwork alone.”
—New York Times Book Review

Animals of the Savanna At the Seashore Birds of the World


My Nature Sticker Activity Book My Nature Sticker Activity Book My Nature Sticker Activity Book
Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau
8.75 x 11.875 in 8.75 x 11.875 in 8.75 x 11.875 in
24 pp / 20 color 24 pp / 25 color 24 pp / 20 color
Includes 57 stickers and 32 activities Includes 120 stickers and 24 activities Includes 104 stickers and 24 activities
Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up
978-1-61689-788-8 / $7.99 / £5.99 978-1-61689-461-0 / $7.99 / £5.99 978-1-61689-566-2 / $7.99 / £5.99
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Butterflies of the World Garden Insects and Bugs In the Age of Dinosaurs
My Nature Sticker Activity Book My Nature Sticker Activity Book My Nature Sticker Activity Book
Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau
8.75 x 11.875 in 8.75 x 11.875 in 8.75 x 11.875 in
24 pp / 25 color 24 pp / 20 color 24 pp / 25 color
Includes 56 stickers and 24 activities Includes 112 stickers and 27 activities Includes 85 stickers and 24 activities
Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up
978-1-61689-465-8 / $7.99 / £5.99 978-1-61689-664-5 / $7.99 / £5.99 978-1-61689-469-6 / $7.99 / £5.99
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In the Forest In the Vegetable Garden In the Ocean


My Nature Sticker Activity Book My Nature Sticker Activity Book My Nature Sticker Activity Book
Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau
8.75 x 11.875 in 8.75 x 11.875 in 8.75 x 11.875 in
24 pp / 14 color 24 pp / 18 color 24 pp / 18 color
Includes 127 stickers and 29 activities Includes 102 stickers and 24 activities Includes 80 stickers and 25 activities
Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up
978-1-61689-785-7 / $7.99 / £5.99 978-1-61689-571-6 / $7.99 / £5.99 978-1-61689-669-0 / $7.99 / £5.99
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Inventive and
interactive!

Frank Lloyd Wright


Meet the Architect!
Patricia Geis

Age s: 8 a n d u p The life and work of visionary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright launches
— our new activity book series, Meet the Architect!, an expansion of our Meet the
Available Now
8.25 x 11.75 in / 21 x 29.8 cm Artist! series. Flaps, cutouts, and pull tabs take readers on a fascinating journey
16 pp / color throughout through Wright’s famous works — the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum,
Hardcover Fallingwater, and Taliesin, among others — and the materials and techniques he
978-1-61689-593-8
$27.95 / £19.99 used to create them. This hands-on introduction will inspire budding architects
R i g h ts : Wo rld En g lis h from ages eight to eighty.
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Patricia Geis, a graphic
designer based in
Barcelona, Spain, is the
author of the critically
acclaimed Meet the Artist!
series, which includes
titles on Pablo Picasso,
Henri Matisse, Vincent
van Gogh, and
Leonardo da Vinci.

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Animal Camouflage: Animal Habitats: The Atlas of Amazing Birds The Colorful World of Dinosaurs
Search and Find Search and Find Matt Sewell Matt Sewell
Sarah Dennis and Sam Hutchinson Sarah Dennis and Sam Hutchinson 7.85 x 8.65 in 9 x 11.8 in
9.75 x 9.75 in 9.75 x 9.75 in 128 pp / 64 color 96 pp / 55 color
32 pp / 30 color 32 pp / 30 color Hardcover / Ages: 5–10 Hardcover / Ages: 5–12
Hardcover / Ages: 6–9 Hardcover / Ages: 6–9 978-1-61689-857-1 / $19.95 978-1-61689-716-1 / $17.95
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Leonardo da Vinci: Henri Matisse: Pablo Picasso: Vincent van Gogh:


Meet the Artist! Meet the Artist! Meet the Artist! Meet the Artist!
Patricia Geis Patricia Geis Patricia Geis Patricia Geis
8.25 x 11.75 in 8.25 x 11.75 in 8.25 x 11.75 in 8.25 x 11.75 in
16 pp / 16 color 16 pp / 48 color 16 pp / 48 color 16 pp / 48 color
Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up
978-1-61689-766-6 / $24.95 / £17.99 978-1-61689-282-1 / $24.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-251-7 / $24.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-456-6 / $24.95 / £15.99
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Stéphanie Demasse-Pottier
Seng Soun Ratanavanh

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A Life Made by Hand My Island Patience, Miyuki Time for Bed, Miyuki
Andrea D’Aquino Roxane Marie Galliez Roxane Marie Galliez Roxane Marie Galliez
8 x 10.75 in Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh
40 pp, color throughout 9.75 x 9.75 in 8.5 x 11.65 in 8.5 x 11.65 in
Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 5–8 32 pp / 13 color 28 pp / 21 color 32 pp / 18 color
978-1-61689-836-6 / $17.95 / £12.99 Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 3–5 Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 5–8 Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 5–8
Wor ld English 978-1-61689-813-7 / $16.95 / £11.99 978-1-61689-843-4 / $17.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-705-5 / $17.95 / £12.99
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Up the Mountain Path The Fish and the Cat Otto and Pio
Marianne Dubuc Marianne Dubuc Marianne Dubuc
7.5 x 9.75 in 7.5 x 9.5 in 7.5 x 10.25 in
72 pp / 80 color 92 pp / 45 color 68 pp / 65 color
Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket
Ages: 3–7 Ages: 2 and up Ages: 3–7
978-1-61689-723-9 978-1-61689-505-1 978-1-61689-760-4
$17.95 $16.95 $17.95
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A Walk in the Forest Good Morning, Neighbor Look, It’s Raining When I Am Big
Maria Dek Davide Cali Mathieu Pierloot Maria Dek
7.87 x 9.85 in and Maria Dek Illustrated by Maria Dek 8 x 10 in
48 pp / 48 color 8 x 11 in 8 x 11 in 48 pp / color throughout
Hardcover with jacket 48 pp / 30 color 40 pp / 24 color Hardcover with jacket
Ages: 3–6 Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket Ages: 4 and up
978-1-61689-569-3 Ages: 3–7 Ages: 3–6 978-1-61689-602-7
$17.95 / £11.99 978-1-61689-699-7 978-1-61689-828-1 $17.95 / £12.99
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Paper + Goods

43
Ex Libris: Fifty Postcards

Ex libris, or bookplates, are miniature artworks


designed to be pasted inside books to signify
ownership. A peek into the personal libraries of
bibliophiles, this boxed postcard collection features
designs commissioned by passionate readers
including Adam Smith, Charles Dickens, Greta
Garbo, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Edith Wharton.
Perfect for mailing or framing, these literary prints
will fascinate readers, lovers of literary ephemera,
and history and art enthusiasts.

April 2020
4.25 x 6.125 x 1.625 in box / 10.8 x 15.6 x 4.1 cm
50 cards (50 designs)
Enclosure with history of bookplates
Box with slide-out drawer and ribbon
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Ex Libris, A Journal
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Robert Frost Harry Houdini Charles Dickens Sidney A. Teller Aldous Huxley

Erle Stanley Gardner Edith Wharton Greta Garbo Eleanor Roosevelt Albert Einstein

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Cultivated
Notecards and Envelopes
Christin Geall

These arresting, modern masterpieces of


floral design celebrate the power of flowers.
Christin Geall pairs each exquisite arrange-
ment with a styling tip on the reverse side
of the card, offering insight into the creative
process, from how to balance texture and color
to fresh ideas about how to make use of extra
greenery. Suitable for any occasion, these cards
are both bold and sophisticated.

March 2020
4.75 x 6.125 x 1.5 in / 12 x 15 x 4 cm
12 notecards (12 designs)
12 envelopes
Enclosure with artist’s statement
978-1-61689-892-2
$15.95 / £13.99
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Cultivated
Hardcover
978-1-61689-820-5
$27.50 / £19.99

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Grids & Guides Eco
A Notebook for Ecological Thinkers

The perfect journal for the sustainably minded,


Eco combines the classic, sophisticated Grids &
Guides format with a fresh, green-themed design.
Featuring 160 pages of postconsumer recycled
graph paper in a variety of designs, the eight
infographics and charts support green living with
useful information on Backyard Biodiversity,
Decoding Recycling Symbols, How to Calculate
Your Carbon Footprint, and more.

March 2020
5.75 x 8.25 in / 14.5 x 21 cm
160 pp
Hardcover, reusable 1/2 jacket
with map and calendar
978-1-61689-881-6
$16.95 / £14.99
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Also Available...
Grids & Guides complete series
see page 52

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Sea Stamps
25 stamps + 2 ink pads
Louise Lockhart

Fins and shells, tails and scales, Sea


Stamps is a spirited collection of twenty-
five shapes and textures waiting to be
mixed and matched to invent your own
creatures in their sea surroundings—
bustling tide pools, bright coral reefs, and
magical ocean floors. The combinations
are infinite!
March 2020
10.5 x 3.5 x 1.75 in / 25.5 x 1.9 x 9 cm
Matchbox-style box
25 wood-backed rubber stamps
double pad / 2 colors of ink (teal and coral)
Enclosure with artist’s statement
978-1-61689-894-6
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Stamp Bugs Stamp Garden Stampville


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$24.95 / £19.99 $24.95 / £19.99 $24.95 / £19.99

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Little Notes, Sweet and unexpected, say everything you need,
when you only need to say a little. Perfectly sized to slip in a sweetheart’s pocket, deliver
to a coworker’s desk, or attach to a bottle of wine, your little notes will delight on
all occasions. Each note features a spot illustration—a delicate flower, a graceful branch—
that adds charm to your special message.

Little Notes: African Batik


February 2020
4.5 x 3.5 x 1.4 in / 11.5 x 9 x 3.5 cm
30 sheets (10 designs)
30 envelopes (10 designs)
Box with slide-out drawer
and twill ribbon
Enclosure with history
of African batik
978-1-61689-913-4
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Little Notes: Katazome


February 2020
4.5 x 3.5 x 1.4 in / 11.5 x 9 x 3.5 cm
30 sheets (10 designs)
30 envelopes (10 designs)
Box with slide-out drawer
and twill ribbon
Enclosure with history
of Katazome printing
978-1-61689-902-8
$16.95 / £14.99
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Virginia Woolf Notecards

The work of modernist icon Virginia Woolf stands


as a pillar of literature and feminist discourse.
This quote collection draws from all aspects of
her life: letters to her loved ones, lectures,
criticism, and, of course, her celebrated novels.
Stylish envelopes inspired by both patterned skirts
and dresses worn by Woolf and the covers of her
first editions accompany each card.

March 2020
4.75 x 6.125 x 1.5 in / 12 x 15 x 4 cm
12 notecards (4 quotes)
12 full-color envelopes (4 designs)
Enclosure with biographical sketch
978-1-61689-884-7
$15.95 / £13.99
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Quote Notecard series...


see page 56

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Herbaria
The Pressed Plant Collection of Beatrix Farrand
Notecards and Envelopes

Beatrix Farrand (1872–1959) stands among the


leading twentieth-century landscape architects.
A founding member (and first woman) of the
American Society for Landscape Architects,
Farrand created more than two hundred private
gardens and landscapes in the United States and
Great Britain. She was also an expert archivist
who pressed and preserved over nine hundred
specimens from her garden in Maine.

February 2020
5.5 x 7 x 1.75 in / 14 x 17.75 x 4.5 cm
12 notecards (12 designs)
12 envelopes
Enclosure with biographical information
978-1-61689-906-6
$16.95 / £14.99
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Redstone Diary 2021: Everyday Pleasures
Compiled by Julian Rothenstein
Introduction by Ian Samson

Embark on a yearlong celebration of everyday pleasures


with the iconic Redstone Diary. This weekly calendar
offers an eclectic collection of images and prose from
artists Utagawa Hiroshige, Pierre Bonnard, and Ed
Ruscha, naturalist and illustrator Maria Sibylla Merian,
authors Iris Murdoch and James Joyce, photographer
Wolfgang Tillmans, and many others.

Julian Rothenstein is the publisher of Redstone Press,


based in London.

July 2020
6.5 x 8.5 in / 17 x 24.5 cm
160 pp / 60 color & b+w
Paperback, spiral bound
Folded pockets and sections for notes
and addresses
978-1-61689-879-3
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Grids & Guides a


A Notebook for Visual Thinkers h
5.75 x 8.25 in / 160 pp / Hardcover
Cloth-covered, with 1/2-jacket
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AU
“These days, I no longer settle. There’s a better
option out there. I’ve tasted the fine wine and
I can’t go back. It is the Princeton Architectural
Press Grids & Guides Notebook, and it is
not like Other Notebooks.”
—The Strategist, NY Magazine

Black Gray Grids & Guides Softcover Black


$16.95 / £12.99 $16.95 / £12.99 2 Notebooks for Visual Thinkers
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Grids & Guides Notepads Grids & Guides Tracebook Grids & Guides Drawing Pad
3 Notepads for Visual Thinkers Tracing Paper Notebooks 14 x 10 in
6 x 9 in for Visual Thinkers 50 sheets of graph paper
Set of 3 notepads in green, blue, and red 5.75 x 8.25 in in 3 patterns / perforated,
50 sheets each, bound at top 2 notebooks bound with bellyband thick black backing board
J-band, shrinkwrapped 60 sheets each / sewn spine 978-1-61689-635-5
978-1-61689-370-5 with front and back flaps $16.95 / £14.99
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Grids & Guides Micro Grids & Guides List Pads Grids & Guides Pencils
Pocket-Size Notebooks 3 List Pads for Visual Thinkers A Pencil Set for Visual Thinkers
3 x 4.25 in 3 x 9 in 7 x 2 x .7 in
60 sheets / perforated micro grid pages Set of 3 list pads in black, 12 single-sided, hexagonal, sharpened
Flip-open cover / $7.95 / £6.99 blue, and gray pencils: 6 black graphite, 6 blue color
R i ghts : Wo rld 80 sheets each, bound at the top Includes ruler with die cuts
Blue J-band, shrinkwrapped 978-1-61689-466-5
978-1-61689-763-5 978-1-61689-815-1 $14.95 / £10.99
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GRIDS & GUIDES 53


Stamp Bugs
25 stamps + 2 ink pads
Barbara Dziadosz
10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in
Matchbox-style box
25 wood-backed rubber stamps
double pad / 2 colors of ink
(yellow and gray)
978-1-61689-809-0
$24.95 / £19.99
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Stamp Garden
25 stamps + 2 ink pads
Coralie Bickford-Smith
10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in
Matchbox-style box
25 wood-backed rubber stamps
double pad / 2 colors of ink
(green and pink)
978-1-61689-680-5
$24.95 / £19.99
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Stampville
25 stamps + 2 ink pads
Aurelien Debat
10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in
Matchbox-style box
25 wood-backed rubber stamps
double pad / 2 colors of ink
(yellow and blue)
978-1-61689-601-0
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54 STAMP SETS
WOODCUT JOURNAL
16 full-color prints
160 pages · 7×9 inches
B R YA N N A S H G I L L

WO O D C U T
US $18.95 UK £13.99 ISBN 978-1-61689-799-4

©2019 PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


MANUFACTURED IN CHINA. DESIGN BY BENJAMIN ENGLISH.
In this elegant notebook, artist Bryan Nash Gill’s enduring arboreal rings come to life
in exquisite detail, revealing the great beauty and power within each tree. JOURNAL
The journal contains sixteen full-page works of art interspersed among lined paper,
perfect for writing, observing, and recording.

Woodcut journal bellyband ToP 2.indd 1 7/31/18 5:02 PM

Woodcut journal cover ToP.indd 1 7/31/18 2:26 PM

Woodcut Woodcut Journal Woodcut Memory Game


Bryan Nash Gill Bryan Nash Gill Bryan Nash Gill
8 x 9 in 7 x 9 in 3.5 x 3.5 x 4.125 in
128 pp / 100 color 160 pp / 16 full-color pages Decorative box with lid
Hardcover Hardcover, cloth covered, 52 cards total (26 pairs)
978-1-61689-048-3 ribbon marker 978-1-61689-543-3
$29.95 / £19.99 978-1-61689-799-4 $18.95 / £13.99
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Woodcut Notebooks Woodcut Notecards Woodcut Postcards


Bryan Nash Gill Bryan Nash Gill Bryan Nash Gill
5.4 x 7 in 5.25 x 6.5 in 5 x 7 in
Set of 4 lined journals 12 full-color notecards 24 postcards
64 pp each 6 designs with envelopes, 12 designs with bellyband
Paperback with sewn spine, bellyband and keepsake envelope
bellyband, shrinkwrapped 978-1-61689-147-3 978-1-61689-795-6
978-1-61689-296-8 $16.95 / £14.99 $15.95 / £11.99
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WOODCUT FAMILY 55
Abraham Lincoln Notecards Buddha Notecards Einstein Notecards
6 x 4.75 in 6 x 4.75 in 6 x 4.75 in
12 notecards 12 notecards 12 notecards
(4 quotes repeating 3 times) (4 quotes repeating 3 times) (4 quotes repeating 3 times)
12 full-color envelopes 12 full-color envelopes 12 full-color envelopes
978-1-61689-852-6 / $15.95 / £13.99 978-1-61689-519-8 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-576-1 / $14.95 / £10.99
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Emily Dickinson Notecards John Muir Notecards Mark Twain Notecards


6 x 4.75 in 6 x 4.75 in 6 x 4.75 in
12 notecards 12 notecards 12 notecards
(4 quotes repeating 3 times) (4 quotes repeating 3 times) (4 quotes repeating 3 times)
12 full-color envelopes 12 full-color envelopes 12 full-color envelopes
978-1-61689-580-8 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-652-2 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-861-8 / $15.95 / £13.99
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Thoreau Notecards Walt Whitman Notecards William Morris Notecards


6 x 4.75 in 6 x 4.75 in 6 x 4.75 in
12 notecards 12 notecards 12 notecards
(4 quotes repeating 3 times) (4 quotes repeating 3 times) (4 quotes repeating 3 times)
12 full-color envelopes 12 full-color envelopes 12 full-color envelopes
978-1-61689-488-7 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-677-5 / $14.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-525-9 / $14.95 / £10.99
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56 QUOTE CARDS
Observer’s Notebook Observer’s Notebook Observer’s Notebook
Astronomy Birds Butterflies
7 x 9 in 7 x 9 in 7 x 9 in
160 pp / 8 full-color pages 160 pp / 16 full-color pages 160 pp / 16 full-color pages
Hardcover, cloth covered, Hardcover, cloth covered, Hardcover, cloth-covered,
ribbon marker ribbon marker ribbon marker
978-1-61689-538-9 978-1-61689-791-8 978-1-61689-691-1
$18.95 / £13.99 $18.95 / £15.99 $18.95 / £14.99
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Observer’s Notebook Observer’s Notebook Observer’s Notebook


Home Trees Weather
7 x 9 in 7 x 9 in 7 x 9 in
160 pp / 16 full-color pages 160 pp / 8 full-color pages 160 pp / 8 full-color pages
Hardcover, cloth covered, Hardcover, cloth covered, Hardcover, cloth covered,
ribbon marker ribbon marker ribbon marker
978-1-61689-637-9 978-1-61689-537-2 978-1-61689-583-9
$18.95 / £14.99 $18.95 / £13.99 $18.95 / £13.99
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OBSERVER’S NOTEBOOKS 57
Animal Box Button Box Flower Box
100 Postcards by 10 Artists 100 Postcards 100 Postcards by 10 Artists
4.25 x 6.25 in 4.25 x 6.25 in 4.25 x 6.25 in
100 full-color postcards 100 full-color postcards 100 full-color postcards
10 tabbed dividers 6 tabbed dividers 10 tabbed dividers
24-page booklet, shrinkwrapped 24-page booklet, shrinkwrapped 24-page booklet with artist Q&A
978-1-61689-348-4 / $19.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-724-6 / $19.95 / £16.99 978-1-61689-671-3 / $19.95 /£16.99
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Pattern Box The Night Sky Living Pattern


100 Postcards by 10 Contemporary 50 Postcards Postcard Packet
Pattern Designers 3.875 x 5.625 in 5 x 7 in
4.25 x 6.25 in 50 full-color postcards 24 postcards
100 full-color postcards upright box with deep lift-off lid (12 designs)
24-page booklet, shrinkwrapped and gold foil stamping Keepsake envelope, bellyband
978-1-61689-188-6 / $21.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-734-5 / $16.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-598-3 / $15.95 / £11.99
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58 POSTCARDS
Birthday Box Thank You Box Thinking of  You Notecards
7 x 5.5 in Twenty Thank-You Cards by Five Artists Brian Rea
20 notecards (20 designs) 7 x 5.5 in 5.75 x 7 in
20 envelopes (5 colors) 20 notecards (20 designs) 20 notecards (20 designs)
12-page booklet with artist Q&A 20 envelopes (5 colors) 20 envelopes
978-1-61689-695-9 Booklet with artist statements 978-1-61689-629-4 / $18.95 / £14.99
$19.95 / £7.99 978-1-61689-856-4 / $19.95 / £17.99 R i gh ts: Wor l d
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The Seasons Sunprint Notecards Wild Sea Notecards


Superfolk The Cyanotypes of Anna Atkins Superfolk
5.5 x 3.75 in 5.75 x 7 in 5.5 x 7 in
20 correspondence cards (4 designs) 12 notecards (12 designs) 12 notecards (6 designs)
20 envelopes 12 envelopes 12 envelopes
978-1-61689-802-1 / $18.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-591-4 / $16.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-682-9 / $16.95 / £14.99
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NOTECARDS 59
The Olivetti Pattern Series The Olivetti Pattern Series The Olivetti Pattern Series
Notebook Notecards Pencil Set
5.75 x 8.25 in 5.75 x 7 in 7.375 x 2.25 x .875 in
160 pp 12 notecards with envelopes 12 sharpened pencils, black graphite
Hardcover, bellyband (4 designs) (6 designs)
2 ribbons: black and red 978-1-61689-534-1 978-1-61689-745-1 / $14.95 / £12.99
978-1-61689-625-6 / $18.95 / £14.99 $16.95 / £14.99 R i gh ts: Wor l d
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Radiant Notecards Finding Home Notecards Sauvage Notecards


Photographs by Traer Scott Photographs by Traer Scott Triboro Design
4.75 x 6 in 4.25 x 6 in 4.25 x 5.25 in
12 notecards (12 designs) 12 notecards (12 designs) 12 notecards (12 designs)
12 envelopes 12 envelopes 12 envelopes
978-1-61689-844-1 978-1-61689-522-8 978-1-61689-807-6
$15.95 / £13.99 $15.95 / £13.99 $14.95 / £12.99
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60 OLIVETTI PATTERN SERIES AND NOTECARDS


Recent Highlights

61
The Architecture of Trees
Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi
9.87 x 14.75 in
424 pp / more than 400 color & b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-806-9 / $125.00 / £90.00
RIGHTS : WORLD ENGLISH
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A legendary and unsurpassed botanical masterwork


available in English for the first time, in a gorgeous,
large-format volume featuring more than 550
exquisite quill-pen drawings of 212 species.

“Any landscape architect worth their soil should pick up


The Architecture of Trees, an all-encompassing atlas of
all things tree-related.”
— The Architect’s Newspaper

“Part science, part art marvel”


— Minneapolis Star Tribune

An Atlas of Geographical Wonders


From Mountaintops to Riverbeds
Jean-Christophe Bailly, Jean-Marc Besse,
Philippe Grand, and Gilles Palsky
12 x 11 in / 30.5 x 28 cm
208 pp / 156 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-823-6 / $50.00 / £35.00
R i gh ts: Wor l d E n gl i sh
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Beginning with the work of explorer Alexander von


Humboldt, these stunning historical maps celebrate
the world’s natural wonders.

“An Atlas of Geographical Wonders catalogs the maps, prints and


tableaux that emerged from the work of 19th-century explorers.
The images, most of them from the David Rumsey Historical Map
Collection at Stanford University, display the era’s advances in
scientific measuring techniques. At the same time, they also show
the artists’ pleasure—and sometimes bursts of fantasy—in rendering
and imagining the world’s mountains and rivers.”
— The Wall Street Journal

62 RECENT HIGHLIGHTS
Monument Man
The Life & Art of Daniel Chester French
Harold Holzer
6.125 x 9.25 in
376 pp / 127 b+w
Hardcover with jacket
978-1-61689-753-6 / $35.00 / £25.00
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The first comprehensive biography of America’s


best-known sculptor.

“It is a thing as rare as it is welcome—an authoritative book


about a visual artist that is both well written and jargon
free, and that seamlessly addresses a professional audience
as well as the general reader.”
— The Wall Street Journal

“… grandly illustrated and beautifully written…This book


will surely rank as the authoritative life of a man whose
creations in stone and bronze have become inseparable
parts of our historic memory.”
— Ron Chernow

W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits


Visualizing Black America
Edited by Whitney Battle-Baptiste
and Britt Rusert
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25.5 cm
144 pp / 72 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-706-2 / $29.95 / £21.99
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A landmark portrait of Black America

“This fascinating reproduction of all the data visualizations


prepared by Du Bois and his team for the American Negro
Exhibit at the 1900 Paris Exposition is so modern as to be
nearly anachronistic…These plates represent a very
contemporary approach to a social problem that still looms
large in our country. Highly recommended.”
— Choice

RECENT HIGHLIGHTS 63
Ex Libris Emily Dickinson Notebook
A Journal 5.75 x 8.25 in
4.75 x 6.5 in 160 pp / 60 color images
216 pp / 60 illustrations Hardcover, cloth spine,
Hardcover, cloth-covered, ribbon marker
Ribbon marker 978-1-61689-686-7
978-1-61689-863-2 / $16.95 / £14.99 $18.95 / £15.99
R ig hts : Wo rld Ri gh ts: Wor l d
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Emily Dickinson Notepads Thoreau Notebook


3 x 9 in 5.75 x 8.25 in
Set of 3 notepads 160 pp / 26 color
80 sheets each, bound at the top, Hardcover, cloth spine,
bellyband, shrinkwrapped ribbon marker
978-1-61689-812-0 / $14.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-744-4 / $18.95 / £15.99
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64 FOR LITERATURE LOVERS


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Martina Flor Charles & Thorn


8.27 x 9.45 in 5.75 x 8.25 in
168 pp / over 300 color & b+w 100 pp / 12 pp of history, instruction, inspiration
Hardcover Singer sewn / 88 pp dot-grid / 4 die-cut stencils
978-1-61689-573-0 / $35.00 978-1-61689-805-2 / $19.95 / £16.99
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A Colorful Life Posters for Change


Gere Kavanaugh, Designer Tear, Paste, Protest: 50 Removable Posters
Louise Sandhaus and Kat Catmur Princeton Architectural Press
7.5 x 10 in 11 x 14 in
224 pp / 375 color & b+w 112 pp / 50 color
Hardcover Paperback, perforated pages
978-1-61689-762-8 / $40.00 / £28.99 978-1-61689-692-8 / $25.00 / £21.99
R ig hts : Wo rld Ri gh ts: Wor l d
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ART AND DESIGN 65


Single-Handedly Manual of Section
Contemporary Architects Draw by Hand Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki,
Nalina Moses and David J. Lewis
8 x 10 in 7.5 x 11 in
256 pp / 220 color 208 pp / 300 b+w
Hardcover Paperback
978-1-61689-726-0 978-1-61689-255-5
$50.00 / £35.00 $29.95 / £18.99
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An Architect’s Pencil Set Architectural Classics


The Colors of Michael Graves Twenty Cards & Envelopes
Michael Graves Architecture & Design 9 x 6 x 1.6 in / 23 x 15.2 x 4 cm
7.25 x 7.5 x .625 in 20 flat cards (20 designs) / 20 envelopes
24 sharpened colored pencils Enclosure with histories on books
Insert with essay on color by Michael Graves from Classic Reprints series
978-1-61689-752-9 / $24.95 / £19.99 978-1-61689-847-2 / $24.95 / £21.99
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66 GIFTS FOR ARCHITECTS


Color Theory Notecards Local Color Color
Mimi Robinson Mimi Robinson A Sketchbook
5.5 x 7 in 7 x 8.5 in 8.25 x 11 in
12 notecards (6 designs) 128 pp / 300 color 140 pp / 40 color
12 envelopes (4 designs) Paperback Wire-O bound hardcover journal
978-1-61689-585-3 978-1-61689-297-5 978-1-61689-855-7
$16.95 / £12.99 $19.95 / £12.99 $22.95 / £19.99
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Perfetto Pencils
Louise Fili
7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in
12 sharpened double-sided pencils
2 colors: red/black
978-1-61689-243-2
$14.95 / £10.99
R ights: world
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Tutti Frutti Pencils Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards


Louise Fili Fredericks & Mae
7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in 2.875 x 3.75 x 1 in
12 sharpened double-sided pencils Box with lift-off lid, foil stamping
6 colors: red/green, blue/orange, 54 full-color playing cards
yellow/purple 32-page booklet, shrinkwrapped
978-1-61689-337-8 978-1-61689-359-0
$14.95 / £10.99 $12.95 / £9.99
Ri ghts: world R i gh ts: Wor l d
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COLOR 67
The Architect Says The Chef Says The Designer Says The Filmmaker Says
Quotes, Quips, Quotes, Quips, Quotes, Quips, Quotes, Quips,
and Words of  Wisdom and Words of  Wisdom and Words of  Wisdom and Words of  Wisdom
Laura S. Dushkes, editor Nach Waxman and Sara Bader, editor Jamie Thompson Stern, editor
5 x 7 in Matt Sartwell, editors 5 x 7 in 5 x 7 in
160 pp / 2-color 5 x 7 in 160 pp / 2-color 160 pp / 2-color
Hardcover with ribbon marker 160 pp / 2-color Hardcover with ribbon marker Hardcover with ribbon marker
978-1-61689-093-3 Hardcover with ribbon marker 978-1-61689-134-3 978-1-61689-220-3
$14.95 / £8.99 978-1-61689-249-4 $14.95 / £8.99 $14.95 / £8.99
Ri g h ts: Wo rld $14.95 / £8.99 R i gh ts: Wor l d R i gh ts: Wor l d
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The Gardener Says The Inventor Says The Musician Says The Writer Says
Quotes, Quips, Quotes, Quips, Quotes, Quips, Quotes, Quips,
and Words of Wisdom and Words of  Wisdom and Words of  Wisdom and Words of  Wisdom
Nina Pick. editor Kevin Lippert, editor Benedetta LoBalbo, editor Kevin Lippert, editor
5 x 7 in / 160 pp 5 x 7 in 5 x 7 in 5 x 7 in
Hardcover with ribbon marker 160 pp / 2-color 160 pp / 2-color 160 pp
978-1-61689-776-5 Hardcover with ribbon marker Hardcover with ribbon marker Hardcover with ribbon marker
$15.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-622-5 978-1-61689-389-7 978-1-61689-721-5
Ri g h ts: Wo rld $14.95 / £9.99 $14.95 / £8.99 $15.95 / £10.99
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68 SAYS SERIES
50 Things to See in the Sky 40 Knots and How to Tie Them 50 Things to Do with a Penknife
Sarah Barker Lucy Davidson Matt Collins
Illustrations by Maria Nilsson Illustrations by Maria Nilsson Illustrations by Maria Nilsson
5.31 x 7.28 in 5.31 x 7.28 in 5.3 x 7.3 in
144 pp / 47 color 144 pp / 254 color 144 pp / 200 color
Hardcover Hardcover Hardcover
978-1-61689-800-7 978-1-61689-718-5 978-1-61689-638-6
$16.95 $16.95 $16.95
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People Fishing People Kissing People Knitting


Barbara Levine and Paige Ramey Barbara Levine and Paige Ramey Barbara Levine
5 x 7.5 in 5 x 7.5 in 5 x 7.5 in
144 pp / 115 color & b+w 144 pp / 115 color & b+w 144 pp / 100 color & b+w
Hardcover Hardcover Hardcover
978-1-61689-654-6 978-1-61689-764-2 978-1-61689-392-7
$16.95 / £12.99 $16.95 / £11.99 $16.95 / £9.99
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GREAT GIFTS 69
Thinking with Type, 2nd Graphic Design: The New Basics, Graphic Design Thinking
Edition, Revised and Expanded Revised and Updated Ellen Lupton, editor
A Critical Guide for Designers, Ellen Lupton and 7 x 8.5 in
Writers, Editors, and Students Jennifer Cole Phillips 184 pp / 240 color / 125 b+w
Ellen Lupton 8 x 9 in Paperback / 978-1-56898-979-2
7 x 8.5 in 248 pp / 440 color $24.95 / £16.99
224 pp / 100 color Paperback / 978-1-61689-332-3 Ri gh ts: Wor l d
Paperback / 978-1-56898-969-3 $35.00 / £25.00 52495
$27.50 / £18.99 R ights: World
R i g h ts : Wo rld 53500 9 781568 989792

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Type and Color The ABC’s of ▲ ■ ● Generative Design


How to Design and Use The Bauhaus and Design Theory Visualize, Program, and Create
Multicolored Typefaces Edited by Ellen Lupton and with JavaScript in p5.js
Mark van Wageningen J. Abbott Miller Benedikt Groß, Hartmut Bohnacker,
8.25 x 10.25 in 8.5 x 10.75 in Julia Laub, and Claudius Lazzeroni
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Visualizing Branches of Knowledge The Complete Statistical Graphics of Mapping Patterns of Information
Manuel Lima Charles-Joseph Minard Manuel Lima
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The Kaufmann Mercantile Guide The Humane Gardener
How to Split Wood, Shuck an Oyster, and Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for Wildlife
Master Other Simple Pleasures Nancy Lawson
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The Ghost Army of World War II
How One Top-Secret Unit Deceived the
Enemy with Inflatable Tanks, Sound Effects,
and Other Audacious Fakery
Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles
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Germany. It is a riveting tale told through personal accounts
and sketches along the way-ultimately, a story of success
against great odds. I enjoyed it enormously.”
— Tom Brokaw

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Mark Hogancamp and Chris Shellen
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“Fight scenes, dramatic rescues and love triangles are


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Landscape Architecture & Urbanism 81
Design 82
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Constructing a New Agenda Digital Fabrications Edifices de Rome Moderne Ethics for Architects
for Architecture Lisa Iwamoto Paul Letarouilly Thomas Fisher
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Flesh Form Follows Finance Gates of Harvard Yard Guastavino Vaulting


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A History of
As the first comprehensive encyclopedic survey of Western
architectural theory from Vitruvius to the present, this book is
an essential resource for architects, students, teachers, historians,
and theorists. Using only original sources, Hanno-Walter Kruft
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Architectural
and analyzing the significant statements put forth by architectural
theorists over the last two thousand years. The result is a text
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reductive.

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scholarship and labor involved, as I am to find it previously
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Theory
“A remarkably accessible description of the succeeding intellectual
visions that have governed architecture through the ages.”
—Thomas D. Sullivan, Washington Times
from Vitruvius
to the Present
“[T]his is probably the best single-volume summary of
architectural theory available to students.”
—Newsletter of the Institute for Urban Design

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with guides to primary sources and with more than a little
information about the practice that followed the theory.
A wonderful resource.”
—Interior Design Hanno-Walter Kruft
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—Neue Zürcher Zeitung

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The Havana Guide Henry Howard A History of Hypernatural


Eduardo Rodriguez Robert S. Brantley with Architectural Theory Blaine Brownell and
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Infinite Suburbia Interactive Architecture John McAndrew’s Jørn Utzon


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and Joel Kotkin, with 7 x 8.5 in Mardges Bacon 8.25 x 10.5 in
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Le Corbusier Modulor Rule Louis I. Kahn Conversations Mary Colter Michael Graves:
Fondation Le Corbusier with Students Arnold Berke Images of a Grand Tour
4 cm x 235 cm long Louis Kahn 10 x 8 in Brian Ambroziak
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Michael Graves: Minka Model Making Pamphlet Architecture 28:


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Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses Philosophy for Architects Plan of Chicago Points and Lines
Christopher Domin and Joseph King Branko Mitrović Daniel H. Burnham and Stan Allen
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Powerhouse Printing Architecture The Project of Autonomy Revolution of Forms,


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Rural Studio Rural Studio at Twenty Saarinen Houses The Sea Ranch
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Timothy Hursley Andrea Oppenheimer Dean, 8.5 x 11 in 11 x 11 in
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Speaking of Buildings Studio Joy  Works Sustainable Design Tadao Ando


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Theorizing a New Agenda Tom Kundig: Houses Tom Kundig: Houses 2 Tom Kundig: Works
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Larry Wayne richards, FRAIC, is Professor The second edition of University of Toronto: The Campus Discover the best and most distinctive places of
Emeritus in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Guide provides an updated and in-depth tour of Canada’s the University of Toronto and some of its neighboring
Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto, largest institution of higher education. Founded in 1850 institutions through the eleven self-guided walks

University of
where he served as dean from 1997 to 2004. A graduate and built in a pastoral setting outside the city limits, the included in this second edition of University of Toronto:
of Miami University and Yale University, Richards university now has more than 90,000 students at three The Campus Guide. Individual buildings from the
was the author of the first edition of University of distinguished campuses: the downtown Toronto St. George nineteenth century to the present, landscapes, and
Toronto: The Campus Guide (2009). He is a fellow of campus, the University of Toronto Mississauga, and the works of art are presented in these lively walking tours.
the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and received University of Toronto Scarborough. The diversity of the architecture on the university’s

Toronto
the institute’s national Advocate for Architecture three campuses is celebrated, from the moody Norman
This guide to the world-renowned university portrays the
award in 2007. Romanesque-style of University College (1856) and
dramatic growth and development of the three campuses,
University of Toronto

the powerful Brutalist-style of Scarborough College


eugen sakhnenko is a photographer, artist, and while showcasing some of the finest architecture and
(1966) to the emphasis on flexibility and long-term
future space traveler. He is the cofounder of Worker Bee, landscapes in Canada. Through eleven self-guided walks,
sustainability represented by the new Centre for
a creative studio that crafts strategies and content for the Campus Guide features 194 buildings and sites, including
Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship (2018).
purposeful companies. His work has been published and numerous architecturally significant structures in the
exhibited internationally; his clients include the neighborhoods that surround the St. George campus. SECOND EDITION
Major architects that have shaped the University of
New York Times, Nike, Winkreative, Report on Business, Toronto campuses include: Adamson Associates;
Extraordinary photographs and beautifully illustrated
and many inspiring small businesses. Alsop Architects; B+H Architects; Baird Sampson
maps bring to life the university’s historical evolution from
Neuert Architects; Barton Myers; Behnisch, Behnisch
Martin L. FriedLand, C.C., Q.C., LL.D., F.R.S.C, the nineteenth century to the present. The stories behind
venerable buildings such as University College (1856), Victoria & Partner; Brian MacKay-Lyons; Daniel Libeskind;
is University Professor and Professor of Law Emeritus
College (1889), Trinity College (1925), Hart House (1919), Diamond Schmitt Architects; Diller Scofidio + Renfrew;
at the University of Toronto, where he was formerly
Massey College (1963), and Scarborough College (1966) are Dunlop Farrow Inc. Architects; Ellerbe Becket
the dean of law. The author or editor of eighteen books,
revealed, along with accounts of scores of other outstanding Architects; ERA Architects; Feilden Clegg Bradley
his prize-winning book, The University of Toronto:
structures by leading Canadian and international architects. Studios; Foster + Partners; Gehry International
A History, from which much of the material for the
Architects; Hariri Pontarini Architects; Kearns Mancini
introduction has been drawn, was published by
• An insightful foreword by Meric S. Gertler, president of Architects; Kohn Shnier Architects; Kongats Architects;
the University of Toronto Press in 2002, with a second
the University of Toronto, welcomes students, alumni, friends, KPMB Architects; MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller
edition in 2013. and visitors.
Architects; Margaret Zeidler; Michael Van Valkenburgh
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The Landscape Local Code Patkau Architects Projects and  Their Consequences
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Thinking the A2Z+ The Book of Circles


Contemporary Landscape Edited by Julian Rothenstein Manuel Lima
Christopher Girot and 8.25 x 11.75 in 8.5 x 10.5 in
Dora Imhof, editors 320 pp / 260 color / 60 b+w 272 pp / 210 color / 85 b+w
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Bookbinding Bruno Munari: The Business of Creativity The Business of Design


Franziska Morlok and Square Circle Triangle Keith Granet Keith Granet
Miriam Waszelewski Bruno Munari 8 x 10 in 8 x 10 in
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COFFEE LIDS
when alien “This is a far, far deeper dive than HARPMAN
nderstand other mortals have ever dared into SPECHT If you’re one of the billions of people
modernity, the aesthetics and industrial, cultural, worldwide who begin the day with a
than this and design history of the all-too- cup of take-out coffee, you may have
COFFEE LIDS
e many human struggle to prevent hot coffee
marveled at the ubiquitous plastic coffee
orming the from sloshing in unwelcome ways.”
g coffee into cup lid. With its clever combination of
— mark Singer
ne could the New Yorker indentations, protrusions, tabs, and score
nervous lines that can be peeled, pinched, and
zens will no punctured to create an opening for
s gasp at “There’s something poignant about
designing a mass-produced object sipping, this design artifact allows coffee
rimate that
heading directly for the trash can. drinkers to take their beverage on the
Like most quotidian artifacts of our road while guarding them from the
era, the disposable coffee cup lid
azine hazards of cascading, piping-hot liquid.
fulfills its purpose when it’s forgettable
but effective. And as we discover
day, even in this short, deft, caffeinated volume, Louise Harpman and Scott Specht have
starting the quest for perfection—for spill- collected these humble triumphs of
usions about proof sublimity—is far from over.” industrial design, in their many variations,
and Adolf — caroline Baumann for decades, creating the world’s largest
nd speculated Director, Cooper Hewitt,
who made collection of coffee cup lids. In addition
Smithsonian Design Museum
man and to life-size specimen photographs,
h coffee lids.” Coffee Lids includes essays charting the
history, development, and categorization
, London of the coffee lid; a field guide to lid
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ISBN 978-1-61689-656-0
features; and numerous original patent
drainage 51995 drawings. This quirky design exploration
ules, this will delight anyone who takes note of
e force of
ng squarely the small bits of genius that surround us
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Louise Harpman and Scott Specht in a Weekend Audrey Bennett Andrew Shea
5.5 x 6 in Alannah Moore 6 x 9 in 7 x 8.5 in
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Digital Design Theory Elegantissima Elements of Design Form + Code in Design,


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Foreword by Keetra Dean Dixon 8.75 x 8 in 7 x 8.5 in Casey Reas et al.
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Geometry of Design, 2nd Edition, Generative Design: Processing Graphic Design Discourse Graphic Design Theory
Revised and Updated Benedikt Groß, Hartmut Bohnacker, Henry Hongmin Kim, editor Helen Armstrong
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7 x 8.5 in 8 x 11.2 in 480 pp / 18 b+w 152 pp / 41 color / 32 b+w
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Grid Systems Gràfica de les Rambles​ Grafica della Strada Graphique de la Rue
Kimberly Elam Louise Fili Louise Fili Louise Fili
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Hand Job How to be a Graphic Designer Indie Publishing Inside the Rainbow
Mike Perry Without Losing Your Soul, Ellen Lupton Julian Rothenstein and
8 x 10 in New Edition 7 x 8.5 in Olga Budashevskaya, editors
256 pp / 500 color Adrian Shaughnessy 176 pp / 270 color 7.8 x 11.8 in
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Bruce Willen et al. Paula Scher London Centre for Book Arts Douglas Thomas
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144 pp / 515 color 272 pp / 300 color 192 pp / 150 color & b+w 208pp / 105 2-color & 67 b+w
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Now You See It and Outside the Box Paul Rand: Conversations Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art
Other Essays on Design Gail Anderson with Students Paul Rand
Michael Bierut 8 x 10 in Michael Kroeger Afterword by Steven Heller
6 x 9 in 256 pp / 420 color 5.5 x 8 in 7.5 x 10 in
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Presenting Shakespeare Pulled Screenprinting The Senses


Mirko Ilić and Steven Heller Mike Perry Print Club London Ellen Lupton and
Preface by Julie Taymor 8 x 10 in 8.25 x 11.375 in Andrea Lipps, editors
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Seventy-nine Short Essays Toward a New Interior Type on Screen Typographic Systems
on Design Lois Weinthal Ellen Lupton, editor Kimberly Elam
Michael Bierut 6 x 9 in 7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in
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Typography Sketchbooks Visual Grammar The Wayfinding Handbook


Steven Heller and Lita Talarico Christian Leborg David Gibson
7.3 x 9.6 in 7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in
368 pp / 600 color & b+w 96 pp / 200 2-color 152 pp / 265 color / 5 b+w
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The Big Cloud

The Big Cloud


“The appeal of clouds is obvious: no two are the same, and Camille Seaman
is a TED Senior Fellow
no one is the same for long. And they not only manifest change whose photographs have
been exhibited at the
but inflict it as well. A cloud can be beautiful, terrible, or National Academy of
Sciences. The recipient
both—the embodiment of the sublime. Few other things on earth
of a National Geographic
still present us with a force larger than ourselves. To watch Award, Seaman lives

a supercell gather force over the plains, as the storm chasers take
in Northern California
and takes photographs Camille Seaman
all over the world
such pleasure in doing, is to watch Zeus take shape on earth. using digital and film
introduction by alan burdick
We’ve learned enough over the centuries to know that clouds aren’t cameras.

supernatural; rather they represent all that is natural,


fiercely condensed and sweeping, and we stand beneath them
awed and merely human.... When we look to the sky,
increasingly the face we see is ours.”

—Alan Burdick, from the introduction


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Architectural
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M e lt i n g Away: A T e n -Y e a r J o u r n e y t h r o u g h
Our Endangered Polar Regions

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Analog Photography America’s Other Audubon Artists Unframed The Big Cloud
Andrew Bellamy Joy M. Kiser Merry A. Foresta Camille Seaman
6.25 x 8.25 in 11 x 13 in 6 x 8 in 10 x 8 in
190 pp / 81 b+w 192 pp / 69 color / 6 b+w 160 pp / 100 b+w 176 pp / 125 color
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Brodsky & Utkin Finding Home Ghostly Ruins Inside the Artist’s Studio
Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin Traer Scott Harry Skrdla Joe Fig
9 x 12 in 8.5 x 9 in 7.5 x 10 in 7 x 9.5 in
88 pp / 50 duotone 96 pp / 20 color / 35 b+w 208 pp / 250 b+w 256 pp / 300 color / 25 b+w
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In the Darkness of the Night Inside the Painter’s Studio Instant Learning to See: The Artist’s Eye
Bruno Munari Joe Fig Christopher Bonanos Peter Jenny
6.25 x 9 in 7 x 9.5 in 6 x 9 in 4.12 x 5.8 in
60 pp / 60 color 240 pp / 200 color 192 pp / 100 color 216 pp / 22 color / 120 b+w
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Drawing Techniques Peter Jenny Peter Jenny Rebecca Lepkoff et al.
Peter Jenny 4.12 x 5.8 in 4.12 x 5.8 in 8.5 x 11 in
4.12 x 5.8 in 188 pp / 90 b+w 216 pp / 4 color / 240 b+w 192 pp / 170 b+w
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The Lovings Melting Away More Than Words Mysteries of the Rectangle
Photographs by Grey Villet Camille Seaman Liza Kirwin Siri Hustvedt
Text by Barbara Villet 10.625 x 8.5 in 8 x 10 in 6 x 9 in
10 x 7.75 in 160 pp / 200 color 272 pp / 272 color 204 pp / 50 color
112 pp / 82 duotone Hardcover / 978-1-61689-260-9 Paperback / 978-1-61689-366-8 Paperback / 978-1-56898-618-0
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Paris Changing Pen to Paper Pinhole Cameras Publish Your Photography Book
Christopher Rauschenberg, Mary Savig, editor Chris Keeney Revised and Updated
with essays by Rosamond Bernier, 7 x 10 in 5.5 x 8.5 in Darius D. Himes and
Alison Nordström, and Clark Worswick 208 pp / 120 color 144 pp / 35 color / 175 b+w Mary Virginia Swanson
7 x 9 in Hardcover / 978-1-61689-462-7 Hardcover, Wire-o binding 7 x 9 in / 240 pp / 25 color / 50 b+w
192 pp / 172 duotone $27.50 / £16.99 978-1-56898-989-1 Paperback / 978-1-61689-226-5
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Radiant Raptors Sacred Ground San Francisco,


Traer Scott Traer Scott Robert S. Brantley Portrait of a City 1940 – 1960
8.5 x 10 in 8.5 x 9 in 8 x 10 in Fred Lyon
128 pp / 60 color 128 pp / 70 color 192 pp / 185 duotones 8.5 x 11 in
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-715-4 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-557-0 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-821-2 224 pp / 200 duotone
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San Francisco Noir Stickwork Through Darkness to Light Tippet Rise Art Center
Fred Lyon Patrick Dougherty Jeanine Michna-Bales Peter and Cathy Halstead
8.5 x 11 in 7 x 9.5 in / 208 pp / 230 color / 20 b+w 10.5 x 7.75 in 12 x 9 in
224 pp / 200 duotone Hardcover / 978-1-56898-842-7 192 pp / 100 color / 13 b+w 224 pp / 200 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-651-5 $50.00 / £32.00 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-565-5 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-649-2
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Veterans Vineyards The Art and Craft of


Sasha Maslov Fred Lyon Geometric Origami
10 x 8 in 8.5 x 11 in Mark Bolitho
144 pp / 53 color 224 pp / 100 color / 50 duotone 8.15 x 9.15 in
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-578-5 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-848-9 128 pp / 50 color & 275 b+w
$29.95 / £19.99 $40.00 / £30.00 plus 32 sheets of origami paper
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Artful Cats Botanical Sketchbooks Build It Yourself Cartographies of Time


Mary Savig Helen and William Bynum Frank Perrone Daniel Rosenberg and
6.5 x 8.5 in 8.125 x 10.5 in 7.5 x 9 in Anthony Grafton
144 pp / 50 color & 80 b+w 296 pp / 250 color 192 pp / 515 color & b+w 8.5 x 10.5 in
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-790-1 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-588-4 Paperback / 978-1-61689-338-5 272 pp / 268 color / 40 b+w
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The Cognoscenti’s Guide to Cuba Style D.I.Y. Dollhouse The Electric Pencil
Florence, Revised and Updated Vicki Gold Levi and Steven Heller Alexia Henrion James Edward Deeds Jr.
Louise Fili and Lise Apatoff 8 x 8.75 in 7.75 x 10.25 in Introduction by Richard Goodman
4 x 5.5 in 168 pp / 250 color 176 pp / 250 color & b+w 7.5 x 9.5 in
224 pp / 170 color Paperback / 978-1-56898-360-8 Paperback / 978-1-61689-607-2 272 pp / 290 color / 5 b+w
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Everyone’s a Critic From Here to There GoatMan The Guerilla Art Kit
Bob Eckstein, editor Kris Harzinski Thomas Thwaites Keri Smith
8 x 8.5 in 5 x 7.5 in 5.5 x 8.25 in 5 x 7 in
144 pp / 133 b+w images 224 pp / 80 color / 62 b+w 208 pp / 135 color 144 pp / 70 color / 10 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-853-3 Paperback / 978-1-56898-882-5 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-405-4 Hardcover, Wire-o binding
$19.95 / £14.99 $21.95 / £15.99 $24.95 / £14.99 978-1-56898-688-3
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Handcrafted Maine In the City In the Wilds Joan Miró: I Work Like a Gardener
Katy Kelleher Nigel Peake Nigel Peake Joan Miró
Photographs by Greta Rybus 6 x 8 in 6 x 8 in Compiled by Yvon Taillandier
8 x 11 in 144 pp / 90 color 136 pp / 80 color / 18 b+w 5 x 7 in
224 pp / 225 color Hardcover / 978-1-61689-154-1 Hardcover / 978-1-56898-952-5 80 pp / 10 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-567-9 $22.95 / £13.99 $22.95 / £14.99 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-628-7
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Kitchen Lithography The Ladies of Letterpress The Map as Art More Scenes from
Laura Sofie Hantke and Jessica White and Kseniya Thomas Katharine Harmon and the Rural Life
Lucas Grassmann 11 x 14 in Gayle Clemans Verlyn Klinkenborg
6.7 x 8.8 in 192 pp / 350 color 10 x 9 in 6 x 9 in
120 pp / 130 color / Flexi-hardcover Paperback / 978-1-61689-273-9 256 pp / 360 color 240 pp / 15 b+w
978-1-61689-623-2 / $21.95 $40.00 Paperback / 978-1-56898-972-3 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-156-5
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One-Track Mind Psychobook Sign Painters The Sketchbook Project


Drawings by Philip Ashforth Coppola Julian Rothenstein, editor Faythe Levine and Sam Macon World Tour
Ezra Bookstein and Jeremy Workman, Introduction by Lionel Shriver 7.5 x 9.5 in Steven Peterman and
editors 8.25 x 11.75 in 184 pp / 200 color Sara Elands Peterman
8 x 6 in / 160 pp / 130 b+w 192 pp / 128 color / 35 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-083-4 8 x 10 in / 256 pp / 500 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-674-4 Flexi-hardcover / 978-1-61689-492-4 $24.95 / £15.99 Paperback / 978-1-61689-168-8
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The Smith Tapes The Toaster Project Typographic Knitting The Ultimate Cartoon Book
Ezra Bookstein, editor Thomas Thwaites Rüdiger Schlömer of Book Cartoons
6 x 9 in 5 x 7.5 in 6.7 x 9.1 in Bob Eckstein, editor
384 pp / 30 b+w 192 pp / 81 color / 60 b+w 216 pp / 500 color 8 x 8.5 in
Paperback / 978-1-61689-383-5 Paperback / 978-1-56898-997-6 Paperback / 978-1-61689-854-0 144 pp / 133 b+w images
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Weaving on a Little Loom The Wood Carver’s Dozen The Writing Deck You Are Here
Fiona Daly Celina Muire Emily Campbell and Harry Oulton Katharine Harmon
8.25 x 10.5 in 8.25 x 10.5 in 4.13 x 5.91 in 7 x 10 in
144 pp / 30 color 144 pp / color throughout 54 cards in slipcase 192 pp / 122 color / 50 b+w
Paperback /978-1-61689-712-3 Paperback 978-1-61689-832-8 Paperback / 978-1-56898-430-8
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Index Barker, Sarah 69 Coen+Partners 81 E
Barthel, Elena 79 Coen, Shane 81 Eckstein, Bob 9091
40 Knots and How to Tie Them 69 Battle-Baptiste, Whitney 63 Coffee Lids 83 Edifices de Rome Moderne 76
50 Things to Do with a Penknife Beach Houses 75 Cognoscenti’s Guide to Einstein Notecards 56
69 Belfoure, Charles 75 Florence, The 89 Elam, Kimberly 83, 84, 85
50 Things to See in the Sky 69 Bellamy, Andrew 86 Collins, Matt 69 Electric Pencil, The 89
Bennett, Audrey 83 Colomina, Beatriz 79 Elegantissima 83
A Bennett, Edward H. 78 Color for Architects 76 Elements of Design 83
A2Z+ 82 Berger, Alan M. 77 Colorful Life, A 65 Elio Fiorucci 29
ABC’s of , The 70 Bergman, David 80 Colorful World of Dinosaurs, The 41 Emily Dickinson Notebook 64
Abraham Lincoln Notecards 56 Berke, Arnold 78 Color Sketchbook 67 Emily Dickinson Notecards 56
Adams, Sean 15 Bernard Trainor 81 Color Theory Notecards 67 Emily Dickinson Notepads 64
A Few Minutes of Design 71 Besse, Jean-Marc 62 Complete Works of Percier English, Benjamin 14
A-frame 19 Beyer, Rick 73 and Fontaine, The 76 Ethics for Architects 76
Alinder, Jim 79 Bickford-Smith, Coralie 54 Compression 76 Everyone’s a Critic 90
Allen, Stan 78 Bierut, Michael 85 Constructing a New Agenda Ex Libris: Fifty Postcards 44
Almost 100 Chairs For 100 People Big Cloud, The 86 for Architecture 76 Ex Libris: Journal 64
29 Birds of the World 38 Cook, Peter 75
Alvar Aalto Houses 75 Birthday Box 59 Coppola, Philip Ashforth 91 F
Ambroziak, Brian 78 Bohnacker, Hartmut 70, 83 Corner, James 81 Fig, Joe 86, 87
America’s Other Audubon 86 Bolitho, Mark 89 Corraini, Pietro 29 Fili, Louise 67, 83, 84, 89
Amherst College: Bonanos, Christopher 87 Cosneau, Olivia 373839 Filmmaker Says, The 68
The Campus Guide 24 Bookbinding 82 Create Your Own Online Store Finding Home 86
Analog Photography 86 Book of Circles, The 82 in a Weekend 83 Finding Home Notecards 60
Anchoring 75 Book of Trees, The 71 Cuba Style 89 Fish and the Cat, The 42
Andersen, Michael Asgaard 77 Bookstein, Ezra 91 Cultivated 6 Fisher, Thomas 76
Anderson, Gail 85 Booth, Abigail 72 Cultivated Notecards 45 Flesh 77
Ando, Tadao 80 Botanical Sketchbooks 89 Flor, Martina 65
Animal Box 58 Brantley, Robert S. 77, 88 D Flower Box 58
Animal Camouflage 41 Broadly Speaking 12 Daly, Fiona 91 Fondation Le Corbusier 78
Animal Habitats 41 Brodsky, Alexander 86 Daniel Libeskind 29 Fontaine, Pierre François
Animals of the Savanna 38 Brodsky & Utkin 86 D’Aquino, Andrea 41 Léonard 76
Antiquities of Athens, The 75 Brownell, Blaine 77, 80 Darko, Barbara 12 Ford, Edward R. 75
Antonio, Paul 28 Bruno Munari: Square Circle Davidson, Lucy 69 Foresta, Merry A. 86
Apatoff, Lise 89 Triangle 82 Dawson, Peter 15 Form + Code in Design, Art,
Archigram 75 Budashevskaya, Olga 84 Dean, Andrea Oppenheimer 79 and Architecture 83
Architect Says, The 68 Buddha Notecards 56 Dear Data 71 Form Follows Finance 77
Architects’ Houses 75 Buildings and Designs of Andrea Deeds, James Edward Jr. 89 Foster, John 15
Architect’s Pencil Set, An 66 Palladi, The 75 Dek, Maria 34, 42 Fox, Michael 77
Architectural Classics Cards 66 Build It Yourself 89 de Monchaux, Nicholas 82 Frank Lloyd Wright Building
Architectural Detail, The 75 Bunker Archeology 76 Dennis, Sarah 41 Conservancy, The 81
Architectural Lighting 75 Burnham, Daniel H. 78 Dercon, Ysemay 10 Frank Lloyd Wright: Meet the
Architecture of Trees, The 62 Business of Creativity, The 82 Descottes, Hervé 75 Architect! 40
Armstrong, Helen 83 Business of Design, The 82 Designer Says, The 68 Fredericks & Mae 67
Art and Craft of Geometric Butterflies of the World 39 Designing for Social Change 83 Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards
Origami, The 89 Button Box 58 Design of Words, The 28 67
Artful Cats 89 Bynum, Helen and William 89 Design Studies 83 Freear, Andrew 79
Artists Unframed 86 Desimini, Jill 81 Freeman, Michael 77
Art of Earth Architecture, The 23 C Dethier, Jean 23 From Here to There 90
Atkins, Anna 59 Cali, Davide 42 Detour Updated Edition 29 Fynn, Shaun 76
Atlas of Amazing Birds, The 41 California Contemporary 76 Digital Design Theory 83
Atlas of Geographical Wonders, Campbell, Emily 71, 91 Digital Fabrications 76 G
An 62 Canadian Modern Architecture 76 Diller, Elizabeth 77 Galliez, Roxane Marie 41
Atlas of Novel Tectonics 75 Cartographic Grounds 81 Dixon, Keetra Dean 83 Gardener Says, The 68
At the Seashore 38 Cartographies of Time 89 D.I.Y. Dollhouse 89 Garden Insects and Bugs 39
Aureli, Pier Vittorio 79 Catmur, Kat 65 Domin, Christopher 78, 79 Gates of Harvard Yard 77
A Walk in the Forest 42 Cerny, Julie A. 10 Dougherty, Patrick 88 Geall, Christin 6, 45
Chandigarh Revealed 76 Dubuc, Marianne 32, 42 Geis, Patricia 40, 41
B Chef Says, The 68 Duerr, Sasha 4 Generative Design 70
Bacon, Mardges 77 Cheng, Alicia Yin 18 Dushkes, Laura S. 68 Generative Design: Processing 83
Bader, Sara 68 Citizens of No Place 76 Dziadosz, Barbara 54 Geometry of Design 83
Bailly, Jean-Christophe 62 City Maps and Stories 29 Ghost Army of World War II,
Balint, Valerie 8 City That Never Was, The 81 The 73
Baltimore Rowhouse, The 75 Clemans, Gayle 90

92 Index
Ghostly Ruins 86 Harzinski, Kris 90 John Alcorn 30 Lewis, David J. 66
Gibson, David 86 Havana Guide, The 77 John McAndrew’s Modernist Lewis, Michael J. 81
Gill, Bryan Nash 55 Hays, K. Michael 76, 88 Vision 77 Lewis, Paul 66
Giovanni Pintori 29 Hayward, Mary Ellen 75 John Muir Notecards 56 Lieberman, Ralph 24
Girot, Christopher 82 Heller, Steven 85, 86, 89 Johnson, Eugene J. 81 Life Made by Hand, A 41
Giuliani, Emma 36 Henri Matisse: Meet the Artist! 41 Jørn Utzon 77 Life on the Lower East Side 87
GoatMan 90 Henrion, Alexia 89 Joy, Rick 80 Lima, Manuel 71, 82
Golden Secrets of Lettering, Henry Howard 77 Lippert, Kevin 68
The 65 Herbaria Notecards 50 K Lipps, Andrea 85
Goodman, Richard 89 Himes, Darius D. 88 Kacmar, Donna 80 Little Cheetah’s Shadow 32
Good Morning, Neighbor 42 Hirsch, Alison 81 Kahn, Louis 78 Little Gardener, The 10
Gordon, Alastair 75 Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios Kamin, Blair 24, 77 Little Notes: African Batik 48
Gosseye, Janina 80 8 Kaufmann Mercantile Guide, Little Notes: Katazome 48
Gràfica de les Rambles 84 History of Architectural Theory, The 72 Livesey, Graham 76
Grafica della Strada 84 A 77 Keeney, Chris 88 Living Pattern 58
Grafton, Anthony 89 Hodgkins, Martha 72 Kelleher, Katy 90 Lluch, Juan Serra 76
Grafton Architects 29 Hogancamp, Mark 73 Kengo Kuma 30 LoBalbo, Benedetta 68
Grand, Philippe 62 Holl, Steven 75, 76 Kim, Henry Hongmin 83 Local Code 82
Granet, Keith 82 Holzer, Harold 63 Kim, Mikyoung 81 Local Color 67
Graphic Design Discourse 83 How to be a Graphic Designer King, Joseph 78 Lockhart, Louise 47
Graphic Design Rules 15 Without Losing Your Soul 84 Kirkpatrick, Grant 76 London Centre for Book Arts
Graphic Design: The New Basics How to Play with Letters 29 Kirwin, Liza 87 84
70 Humane Gardener, The 72 Kiser, Joy M. 86 Look, It’s Raining 42
Graphic Design Theory 83 Hundley, Jessica 72 Kitchen Lithography 90 Loomis, John 79
Graphic Design Thinking 70 Hunter, Matthew 80 Klinkenborg, Verlyn 90 Louis I. Kahn Conversations
Graphique de la Rue 84 Hursley, Timothy 79 Kotkin, Joel 77 with Students 78
Grassmann, Lucas 90 Hustvedt, Siri 87 Kroeger, Michael 85 Lupi, Giorgia 71
Gregory, Daniel P. 22 Hutchinson, Sam 41 Kruft, Hanno-Walter 77 Lupton, Ellen 70, 84, 85
Grids & Guides Eco 46 Hypernatural 77 Kundig, Tom 20, 80 Lyndon, Donlyn 79
Grids & Guides List Pads 53 Lyon, Fred 88, 89
Grids & Guides Micro: Black 53 I L
Grids & Guides Micro: Blue 53 I am London 29 Labyrinths & Mazes 81 M
Grids & Guides Notebook: I am New York 28 Ladders 81 Macon, Sam 91
Black 52 Ilić, Mirko 85 Ladies of Letterpress, The 90 Make It Bigger 84
Grids & Guides Notebook: Iliprandi, Giancarlo 30 Lai, Jimenez 76 Making Books 84
Gray 52 Imhof, Dora 82 Lam, Elsa 76 Malo and the Merry-Go-Round
Grids & Guides Notebook: Indie Publishing 84 Landscape Imagination, The 81 34
Navy 52 Infinite Suburbia 77 Landscape Urbanism Reader, Malone-France, Katherine 8
Grids & Guides Notebook: Inside the Artist’s Studio 86 The 82 Manual of Section 66
Red 52 Inside the Painter’s Studio 87 Lange, Alexandra 81 Map as Art, The 90
Grids & Guides Notebook: Inside the Rainbow 84 Laub, Julia 70, 83 Marcinkoski, Christopher 81
Softcover Black 52 Instant 87 Lawson, Nancy 72 Marcio Kogan Studio Mk27 30
Grids & Guides Notepads 53 Interactive Architecture 77 Lazzeroni, Claudius 70, 83 Mark Twain Notecards 56
Grids & Guides Pencils 53 In the Age of Dinosaurs 39 Learning to See: Drawing Marmol, Leo 79
Grids & Guides Drawing Pad 53 In the City 90 Techniques 87 Mary Colter 78
Grids & Guides Tracebook 53 In the Darkness of the Night 87 Learning to See: Figure Drawing Maslov, Sasha 89
Grid Systems 84 In the Forest 39 87 McGee, Victor 77
Groß, Benedikt 70, 83 In the Garden 36 Learning to See: The Artist’s Eye McGuire, Kathryn 79
Guastavino Vaulting 77 In the Ocean 39 87 McKim, Charles Follen 79
Guerilla Art Kit, The 90 In the Vegetable Garden 39 Learning to See: Unlearning to Mead, William Rutherford 79
Guerrera, Francesco 28 In the Wilds 90 Draw 87 Mecanoo 30
Inventive Animals 37 Leborg, Christian 86 Melting Away 87
H Inventor Says, The 68 Le Corbusier Modulor Rule 78 Michael Graves 30
Halstead, Peter and Cathy 88 Iwamoto, Lisa 76 Leonardi, Cesare 62 Michael Graves Architecture
Handcrafted Maine 90 Leonardo da Vinci: Meet the Artist! & Design 66
Hand Job 84 J 41 Michael Graves: Design for Life
Hand of the Designer, The 29 Jacobson, Clare 79 Lepkoff, Rebecca 87 78
Hand of the Graphic Designer, James Stirling 29 Letarouilly, Paul 76, 80 Michael Graves: Images of a
The 29 Jenny, Peter 87 Lettering & Type 84 Grand Tour 78
Hannah, Gail Greet 83 Jetsonen, Jari 75, 79 Letters to a Young Farmer 72 Michna-Bales, Jeanine 88
Hantke, Laura Sofie 90 Jetsonen, Sirkkaliisa 75, 79 Levine, Barbara 69 Miller, J. Abbott 70
Harmon, Katharine 90, 91 Joan Miró: I Work Like a Gardener Levine, Faythe 91 Minard System, The 71
Harpman, Louise 83 90 Levi, Vicki Gold 89 Mind, Maps and Infographics 30
Minka 78

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Miró, Joan 90 Patience, Miyuki 41 Reas, Casey 83 Sketchbook Project World Tour,
Mitrović, Branko 78 Patkau Architects 82 Redgrave, Alexandra 72 The 91
Model Making 78 Patkau Architects Material Redstone Diary 2021: Everyday Sketch, Think, Draw. 30
Monument Man 63 Operations 82 Pleasures 51 Skrdla, Harry 86
Moore, Alannah 83 Pattern Box 58 Reiser + Umemoto 75, 82 Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods
More Scenes from the Rural Life Paula Scher: Twenty-Five Years Rendgen, Sandra 71 Blog 79
90 at the Public 16 Revett, Nicholas 75 Smith, Keri 90
More Than Words 87 Paul Rand 27 Revolution of Forms 79 Smith Tapes, The 91
Morlok, Franziska 82 Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art 85 Richards, Larry Wayne 80 Smout Allen 78
Morphosis Thom Mayne 30 Paul Rand: Conversations Robinson, Mimi 67 Sourdais, Clémentine 37
Moses, Nalina 66 with Students 85 Roderick, John 78 Speaking of Buildings 80
Muire, Celina 91 Paul Rudolph 27 Rodriguez, Eduardo 77 Specht, Scott 83
Munari, Bruno 82, 87 Paul Rudolph: Rosenberg, Daniel 89 Stagi, Franca 62
Musician Says, The 68 The Florida Houses 78 Rothenstein, Julian 51, 82, Stamp Bugs 54
My Bison 35 Peake, Nigel 90 84, 91 Stamp Garden 54
My Island 41 Pen to Paper 88 Rural Studio 79 Stampville 54
My Nature Sticker Activity People Fishing 69 Rural Studio at Twenty 79 Stanga, Carlo 28, 29, 30
Books 38 People Kissing 69 Rusert, Britt 63 Stead, Naomi 80
Mysteries of the Rectangle 87 People Knitting 69 Rylsee 29 Stern, Jamie Thompson 68
Percier, Charles 76 Stickwork 88
N Perfetto Pencils 67 S Stone Barns Center for Food
National Trust for Historic Perrone, Frank 89 Saarinen Houses 79 and Agriculture 72
Preservation 8 Perry, Mike 84, 85 Sacred Ground 88 Streams and Ponds 37
Natural Palettes 4 Peterman, Sara Elands 91 Sandhaus, Louise 65 Stuart, James 75
Nesbitt, Kate 80 Peterman, Steven 91 San Francisco Noir 88 Studio Joy Works 80
Never Use Futura 84 Petrantoni, Lorenzo 29 San Francisco, Portrait Sunprint Notecards 59
New Farm, The 22 Phillips, Jennifer Cole 70 of a City 1940-1960 88 Superfolk 59
Ngo, Dung 80 Philosophy for Architects 78 San Fratello, Virginia 79 Sustainable Design 80
Night Sky, The 58 Pick, Nina 68 Sartwell, Matt 68 Swackhamer, Marc 77
Nilsson, Maria 69 Pierloot, Mathieu 42 Sauvage Notecards 60 Swanson, Mary Virginia 88
Not Now 14 Pinhole Cameras 88 Savig, Mary 88, 89 Sykes, A. Krista 76
Now You See It and Other Plan of Chicago 78 Sayles, Elizabeth 73
Essays on Design 85 Points and Lines 78 Scamozzi, Ottavio Bertotti 75 T
Pope, Albert 81 Scher, Paula 16, 84 Tadao Ando Conversations
O Posavec, Stefanie 71 Schlömer, Rüdiger 91 with Students 80
Observe, Collect, Draw! 71 Postcards From The Wandering Schubert, Matteo 29 Taillandier, Yvon 90
Observer’s Notebook: Astronomy City 30 Scofidio, Ricardo 77 Talarico, Lita 86
57 Posters for Change 65 Scott, Traer 60, 86, 88 Tatarella, Francesca 81
Observer’s Notebook: Birds 57 Powerhouse 79 Screenprinting 85 Taymor, Julie 85
Observer’s Notebook: Butterflies Presenting Shakespeare 85 Seaman, Camille 86, 87 Thank You Box 59
57 Print Club London 85 Sea Ranch, The 79 The Lovings 87
Observer’s Notebook: Home 57 Printing Architecture 79 Seasons, The 59 Theorizing a New Agenda for
Observer’s Notebook: Trees 57 Project of Autonomy, The 79 Sea Stamps 47 Architecture 80
Observer’s Notebook:Weather 57 Projects and Their Consequences Seddon, Tony 15 Thinking of You Notecards 59
Ochsendorf, John 77 82 Selected Works of McKim, Mead Thinking the Contemporary
Olivetti Pattern Series: Psychobook 91 & White, 1879-1915 79 Landscape 82
Notebook 60 Publish Your Photography Book Senses, The 85 Thinking with Type 70
Olivetti Pattern Series: Revised and Updated 88 Serrazanetti, Francesca 29 This Is What Democracy
Notecards 60 Pulled 85 Seventy-nine Short Essays Looked Like 18
Olivetti Pattern Series: on Design 85 Thomas, Douglas 84
Pencil Set 60 R Sewell, Matt 41 Thomas, Kseniya 90
One-Track Mind 91 Radiant 88 Sexuality and Space 79 Thoreau Notebook 64
Otto and Pio 42 Radiant Notecards 60 Seymour Chwast 26 Thoreau Notecards 56
Oulton, Harry 91 Radziner, Ron 79 Shaeffer, Rob 12 Through Darkness to Light 88
Outside the Box 85 Rael, Ronald 79 Shaughnessy, Adrian 84 Thwaites, Thomas 90, 91
Ramey, Paige 69 Shea, Andrew 83 Time for Bed, Miyuki 41
P Ramos, Cecilia E. 75 Shellen, Chris 73 Tippet Rise Art Center 88
Pablo Picasso: Randl, Chad 19 Sign Painters 91 Toaster Project, The 91
Meet the Artist! 41 Rand, Paul 85 Silkscreen Masters 30 Tom Kundig: Houses 80
Palsky, Gilles 62 Raptors 88 Single-Handedly 66 Tom Kundig: Houses 2 80
Pamphlet Architecture 28: Ratanavanh, Seng Soun 41 Site 79 Tom Kundig:Working Title 20
Augmented Landscapes 78 Rauschenberg, Christopher 88 Skarsgard, Susan 81 Tom Kundig:Works 80
Paris Changing 88 Rea, Brian 59 Toward a New Interior 85

94 Index
Transmaterial Next 80 Woodcut 55
Triboro Design 60 Woodcut Journal 55
Tsurumaki, Marc 66 Woodcut Memory Game 55
Tutti Frutti Pencils 67 Woodcut Notebooks 55
Type and Color 70 Woodcut Notecards 55
Type on Screen 85 Woodcut Postcards 55
Typographic Knitting 91 Workman, Jeremy 91
Typographic Systems 85 Wormell, Christopher 72
Typography Sketchbooks 86 Wright Sites 81
Writer Says, The 68
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Ultimate Cartoon Book of Writing Deck, The 91
Book Cartoons, The 91
University of Toronto: Y
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Utkin, Ilya 86 Z
Zaha Hadid 30
V Zelizer, Julian E. 18
van der Plaat, Deborah 80
van Wageningen, Mark 70
Vatican and Saint Peter’s Basilica
of Rome, The 80
Veterans 89
Victor Lundy 80
Villet, Grey 87
Vincent van Gogh:
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Vineyards 89
Virginia Woolf Notecards 49
Virilio, Paul 76
Visual Complexity 71
Visual Grammar 86
Vivienne Westwood 30
Volner, Ian 78

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Waldheim, Charles 81, 82
Walt Whitman Notecards 56
Waszelewski, Miriam 82
Waxman, Nach 68
Wayfinding Handbook, The 86
Weaving on a Little Loom 91
Webb, Michael 75
W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits
63
Weinthal, Lois 85
Welcome to Marwencol 73
Werner, Megan 78
When I Am Big 42
Where Today Meets Tomorrow 81
White, Jessica 90
White, Stanford 79
Wild Dyer, The 72
Wild Sea Notecards 59
Willen, Bruce 84
William Morris Notecards 56
Williams College: The Campus
Guide 81
Willis, Carol 77
Wisniewski, Gaya 35
Wood Carver’s Dozen, The 91

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