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Adult / Children’s / Moleskine Books /


Paper + Goods
Fall 2020 4 50 Things to Do in the Wild
6 All’s Fair in Love and War
8 We Are Santa
10 The Story of Gardening
11 Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bauhaus
12 Avoid This
14 The Lawyer Says
15 Button Power
16 Modern Fabric
18 The Big Leap
20 The Conservatory
22 Snowbound
24 A Slice through America
26 Prints and Their Makers
28 Sketch and Finish
30 Inside Paragraphs
31 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Design
32 Deerfield Academy: The Campus Guide
33 Previously Announced

moleskine books 34 Herbert Bayer: Inspiration and Process in Design


35 Steven Holl: Inspiration and Process in Architecture
36 I am Milan
37 Moleskine Books Backlist

children ’s books 41 Little Audrey’s Daydream


42 Where the World Ends
44 Nasla’s Dream
46 I am a Capybara
48 Thank You, Miyuki
50 What Do You Want, Little Friend?
51 Endangered Animals
52 Children’s Backlist

paper + goods 59 Cultivated: 1000 Piece Puzzle


59 Yogi Berra Notecards
60 Classic Paperbacks Notecards
60 Classic Paperbacks Memory Game
61 Paper Flowers Cards and Envelopes
62 Otomi Journal
62 Otomi Notecards
63 Cards for Sad Times
64 Birthday Box
65 Paper + Goods Backlist

recent highlights 80 Gift Books & Bestsellers


86 Trade Backlist
107 Index
112 Ordering Information
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Forthcoming Titles

Syon Park Conservatory,


interior detail from
The Conservatory
50 skills for
savvy outdoor
adventurers of
all ages

50 Things to Do in the Wild


Richard Skrein
Illustrations by Maria Nilsson

V i s ua l & This stylish guide to all things to do in the outdoors will bring day hikers and
p op u l a r C u lt u r e campers of all ages closer to nature in delightful and unexpected ways. Readers

September 2020 learn traditional bushcraft skills, like making a bow and arrow, weaving a
5.31 x 7.28 in / 13.5 x 18.5 cm fishing net, and building a Swedish fire log, along with fun and accessible
144 pp / 200+ color projects including making natural candles, creating a mudslide, and taking a
Hardcover
978-1-61689-942-4 night walk in the woods. Maria Nilsson’s playful and informative illustrations
$17.95 bring each skill to life, making this the perfect gift for outdoors enthusiasts of
R i g h ts: N o rt h Ame rica all skill levels, from first-time hikers to experienced trekkers. The perfect size
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to toss in your day pack, 50 Things to Do in the Wild will become an essential
9 781616 899424 companion on all your outdoor adventures.

A London native with a wandering spirit, Richard Skrein can be found in the
woods and on the coastlines of Europe and beyond. He is a wilderness expert
who loves nothing more than learning new (and ancient) ways of connecting
with the natural world and sharing that knowledge with others.

Maria Nilsson is a freelance illustrator based in London. Her work can also
be found in 50 Things to See in the Sky, 50 Things to Do with a Penknife, and
40 Knots and How to Tie Them.

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Navigation—the shadow stick
method
1. Push a stick into the ground and
mark the end of its shadow with a
rock. Mark this west.

2. Wait thirty minutes and record its


new position with another rock.
This is east.

S
A straight line between the two will
E
W mark east–west and another line
N perpendicular to this will show you
north and south.

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Use your fingers to tell the time
1. Find a spot where the sun and the
horizon are both visible. Extend your
arm toward the sun and hold out your
hand with your fingers closed. For each

Reading the Sun finger’s distance between the horizon


and the sun, there are approximately
fifteen minutes until sunset.
Humans have used the sun as a navigational aid for millennia.
We are not the only ones—birds, bees, butterflies, fish, reptiles,
and ants are just a few of the animals that also use our nearest 2. You can “stack” your hands if you
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star for orientation. run out of fingers between the sun and
the horizon.
Here are two tried-and-tested methods for reading the sun and
1H
finding out information from its position.
3. If you know the time the sun is
due to set on that particular day, then
you can also use this method to tell
the time!

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Log cabin fire
Build the walls as shown, and light
your tinder and kindling in the
middle. The fire will collapse in on
itself, creating a good bed of embers.

Cooking Fires Get cooking!

Cooking in the great outdoors is one of life’s great pleasures.


Here are three cooking fires for you to go out and try.
Remember the Swedish fire log on page 124 is also a fantastic
Keyhole fire
option for whipping up a feast in the open air.
This keyhole-shaped fire pit gives
Think about the wood you use for cooking. Hardwoods such as
you a rectangular area next to the
oak, ash, maple, birch, and beech are great for cooking over as
main fire, into which you can scrape
they will give you a good long burn and some tasty flavoring,
the hot coals or embers for grilling.
too. Fruitwoods like apple, cherry, and peach will give a
This allows you to control the
delicious hint of smoky sweetness.
temperature and cook evenly,
rather than over
roaring flames.

1. Prepare your fire pit in a keyhole 2. Make the main fire at least an hour
shape, surrounding it with rocks. before cooking and have plenty of
As rocks that contain moisture will wood on hand to feed it. As the fire
expand and pop or explode when produces glowing embers, rake them
heated, don’t select river rocks or over to the area underneath your grill,
other porous rocks like sandstone or in the rectangular area to the side of
limestone. Hard, igneous rocks such the main fire. These embers will give
as granite or marble work well around you a lovely, evenly distributed heat
a fire pit. for your cooking.

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Also Available...
see page 101
50 Things to See in the Sky
978-1-61689-800-7 / $17.95
40 Knots and How to Tie Them
978-1-61689-718-5 / $16.95
50 Things to Do with a Penknife
978-1-61689-638-6 / $16.95

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Cartoons on
love, heartache,
and everything
in between

All’s Fair in Love and War


The Ultimate Cartoon Book
Edited and introduced by Bob Eckstein

V i s ua l & The perfect gift for an anniversary— or your divorce lawyer— All’s Fair in
p op u l a r C u lt u r e Love and War will woo over hopeless romantics and cynical heartbreakers

October 2020 alike. Find wit and wisdom on love in all its varieties, from a first date to a
8 x 8.5 in / 20.3 x 21.6 cm third divorce. This curated collection features work by over forty of the best
144 pp / 133 b+w and brightest New Yorker cartoonists, including Roz Chast, Sam Gross,
Hardcover
978-1-61689-939-4 Liana Finck, Bob Mankoff, Edward Steed, and Danny Shanahan. Many of
$21.95 / £15.99 the cartoons appear in print for the first time.
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Bob Eckstein is an illustrator, cartoonist, and writer whose work has frequently
9 781616 899394 appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times, and MAD magazine. He is
the author of Footnotes from the World’s Greatest Bookstores, The Ultimate
Cartoon Book of Book Cartoons, and Everyone’s a Critic.

Also Available...
Everyone’s a Critic
978-1-61689-853-3 / $19.95
see page 102
The Ultimate Cartoon
Book of Book Cartoons
978-1-61689-804-5 / $19.95
see page 105

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Alex Gregory
“My client doesn’t have to answer that.”
William Haefeli

“My parents completely accept you as family.


They just don’t like you.”

Sid Harris

“I followed your husband yesterday.


He spent the whole day following you.”

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A feel-good
book about 50
real-life Santas

We Are Santa
Portraits and Profiles
Ron Cooper

V i s ua l & Who doesn’t love Santa Claus? From award-winning photographer Ron Cooper
p op u l a r C u lt u r e comes a beautifully curated collection of fifty professional Santas from across

September 2020 the country. We Are Santa is a fascinating glimpse into the lives of those who
7 x 9.5 in / 17.8 x 24.1 cm slip into the red suit to spread Christmas cheer. Before and after portraits,
160 pp behind-the-scenes stories of custom-made costumes and specialized training,
100+ color & b+w
Hardcover and surprising anecdotes of on-the-job encounters bring these Santas to life.
978-1-61689-965-3 Just as Humans of New York captures the lives of everyday people, We Are
$22.95 / £16.99 Santa celebrates the humanity of everyday Santas. From a third-generation
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Cooper’s portraits are a testament to the holiday spirit. When Santa Mike, a
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Navy veteran and aircraft mechanic, meets a six-year-old girl with a prosthetic
hand just like his own, he says, “Her eyes got big, and she threw her arms
around my neck. It was the highlight of my season. That’s why I’m Santa.”

Ron Cooper is a travel, documentary, and portrait photographer based in


Denver, Colorado. His work celebrates humankind, including people who adopt
personas outside of their daily lives —  clowns, drag queens, Civil War reenactors,
and professional Santas. We Are Santa is his first book. All author proceeds will
be donated to Children’s Hospital Colorado.

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SANTA SINCE 2012

Barry
SWINDALL b. 1956

L O C AT I O N O C C U PAT I O N

Burleson, Texas USPS letter carrier


(retired after 34 years)
Actor

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SANTA SINCE 2007

James B.
NUCKLES b. 1948

L O C AT I O N O C C U PAT I O N

South Dekalb, Georgia Retired US Army


MA & PhD in Religious Education
Bow-tie maker

“The first thing people


should know is that
Santa loves everyone,
naughty and nice alike.
Everyone deserves
to know that
Santa loves them.”

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SANTA SINCE 2012

Ron
DOMALEWSKI b. 1955

L O C AT I O N O C C U PAT I O N

Virginia Beach, Virginia Charter bus driver

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The definitive
masterpiece
on garden
history

The Story of Gardening


Penelope Hobhouse with Ambra Edwards

V i s ua l & Penelope Hobhouse, the legendary authority on garden history, composes a


p op u l a r C u lt u r e beautifully crafted, lavishly illustrated history of gardening over millennia.

August 2020 From the cooling fountains of the Alhambra to the clean lines of the French
9.44 x 10 in / 24 x 25.4 cm parterre, The Story of Gardening draws fascinating connections among
512 pp / 336 color gardens across time and place. Hobhouse addresses styles and techniques
Hardcover
978-1-61689-919-6 from all over the world, revealing the origins of the world’s most magnificent
$60.00 gardens. Award-winning journalist and garden historian Ambra Edwards
R i g h ts: N o rt h Ame rica worked alongside Hobhouse to bring this comprehensive classic up-to-date
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with today’s most recent garden developments and trends.
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Penelope Hobhouse is a world-renowned writer, designer, historian, lecturer,


and gardener with a five-decade-long career. She is the author of Color in
Your Garden, Garden Style, and Plants in Garden History and has designed
prominent gardens in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Ambra Edwards writes for the Guardian, the Telegraph, Gardens Illustrated,
and Country Living. She is a three-time winner of the Garden Media Guild’s
Journalist of the Year honor.

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Groundbreaking
profiles of
who’s who in
contemporary
design

Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus


Profiles in Architecture and Design
Selected Writings of Janet Abrams
Foreword by Deyan Sudjic

a rc h i t ec t u r e & Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus collects the unparalleled writings of legendary
de s ign British wordsmith Janet Abrams for the first time. From pivotal figures in

October 2020 international modernism to the pioneers of digital medium, Abrams explored
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm the ideas, theories, and emotions that fueled their work.
320 pp / 12 b+w The book’s twenty-six profiles, written in Abrams’s signature, personal,
Paperback with flaps
978-1-61689-951-6 often hilarious style, include Reyner Banham, Berthold Lubetkin, Philip Johnson,
$35.00 / £25.00 Paul Rand, Phyllis Lambert, Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Muriel Cooper, April
R i g h ts: Wo rld Greiman, and Michael Bloomberg. Many of the profiles are back in print for the
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first time, having originally appeared in Blueprint, I.D. magazine, the Independent,
9 781616 899516 and in books and catalogs from the 1980s through the early 2000s. A foreword
by Blueprint’s founding editor, Deyan Sudjic, and new reflections by Abrams set
the stage.

Janet Abrams is an artist and critic who has written about art, architecture, design,
photography, and communications technology for forty years. She explored the
shift from analog to digital as editor of If   /  Then: Play and coeditor of Else / Where:
Mapping. Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she holds a PhD in Architectural
History, Theory & Criticism from Princeton University and an MFA in Ceramics
from Cranbrook Academy of Art.

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Bad behavior,
as drawn by
Brian Rea

Avoid This
Brian Rea

V i s ua l & This collection of bad behavior from acclaimed artist and illustrator
p op u l a r C u lt u r e Brian Rea will make you cringe, snicker, and compulsively turn the

October 2020 page for more. Rea’s simple yet poignant scenes depict a version of life
5 x 6.5 in / 12.7 x 16.5 cm so close to our everyday that it’s best to laugh so you don’t cry. Avoid
96 pp / 50 color This is made for millennials and lovers of black humor. The handsome
Hardcover
978-1-61689-958-5 textured hardcover gives only a hint of the dark delights within.
$14.95 / £10.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld Brian Rea produces drawings and paintings for magazines, murals,
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and fashion and film projects around the world. His work has been
9 781616 899585 exhibited in Paris, New York, Seoul, Los Angeles, and Barcelona. He
teaches at ArtCenter College of Design and is a member of Alliance
Graphique Internationale. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, son,
and plants.

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Also Available, notecard
sets from Brian Rea...
Thinking of  You Notecards
978-1-61689-629-4 / $18.95
see page 73
Cards for Sad Times
978-1-61689-952-3 / $16.95
see page 63

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Wit and wisdom
from the world’s
greatest legal
minds

The Lawyer Says


Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
Compiled and edited by Jan Cigliano Hartman

V i s ua l & The Lawyer Says collects the wise words of preeminent legal minds across time,
p op u l a r C u lt u r e from Abraham Lincoln to Rosalie Abella, from Mahatma Gandhi to Ruth Bader

October 2020 Ginsburg, from Marcus Tullius Cicero to Michelle Obama. Witness the giants of
5 x 7 in / 12.7 x 17.8 cm the world’s most eloquent profession concur and contest each other on governance,
160 pp education, discrimination, and more.
Hardcover
978-1-61689-868-7 A striking testament to the values of human rights, democracy, and free speech,
$16.95 / £11.99 The Lawyer Says is sure to please fans of Hamilton and supporters of “The Notorious
R i g h ts: Wo rld RBG.” This latest addition to the Words of  Wisdom series is the perfect gift for
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aspiring legal activists, newly minted JDs, and seasoned attorneys looking to keep
9 781616 898687 the insights of their forebears close at hand.

Jan Cigliano Hartman is a senior acquisitions editor at Princeton Architectural Press


Also Available
in the Says Series... and the founding director of its Campus Guides series. Her biography of John Hay is
The Architect Says forthcoming from Potomac Books. She lives in Brooksville, Maine.
978-1-61689-093-3 / $14.95
see page 101
The Gardener Says
978-1-61689-776-5 / $15.95
see page 102
The Designer Says
978-1-61689-134-3 / $14.95
see page 102

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Pop culture
history through
the buttons
we wore

Button Power
125 Years of Saying It with Buttons
Christen Carter and Ted Hake

V i s ua l & From the campaign trail to the rock tour, Button Power collects a people’s
p op u l a r C u lt u r e history of American culture told through the pin-back button. Lively

October 2020 commentary from two of America’s foremost button experts shows how the
8 x 9 in / 20.3 x 22.9 cm small but powerful button reveals the events and movements that outraged,
192 pp / 1000+ color & b+w amused, and inspired us over time, from the solo flight of Charles Lindbergh
Hardcover
978-1-61689-870-0 to the Black Power movement.
$24.95 / £18.99 Artists, athletes, actors, politicians, punk and pop musicians, and mascots
R i g h ts: Wo rld of the past 125 years make cameos, including Rube Goldberg, Muhammad Ali,
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the Ramones, Shirley Chisholm, Maratona the Snake Handler, and Ray
9 781616 898700 Stevens, singer of “The Streak.” The first book of its kind, Button Power is a
rich visual feast. Each colorful spread chronicles defining moments in history
through colorful photographs and artifacts. This collection will be an essential
pick for fans of pop culture, visual culture, and design.

Christen Carter is the founder of the Chicago-based Busy Beaver Button


Company and the Busy Beaver Button Museum, the world’s only museum of
pin-back buttons.

Ted Hake is the founder of Hake’s Auctions, the first auction house to specialize
in popular culture artifacts. He lives in York, Pennsylvania.

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A vibrant
collection of
modern fabric
designers and
their work

Modern Fabric
Twenty-Five Designers on Their Inspiration and Craft
Abby Gilchrist and Amelia Poole

De s ign Step inside the studios of today’s modern fabric design stars from around the
— world. From the bold florals of Kaffe Fassett to the subtle patterning of Naomi
November 2020
8 x 10 in / 20.3 x 25.4 cm Ito to the retro style of design collective Ruby Star Society, Modern Fabric
256 pp / 400+ color features a sophisticated, eclectic group of designers working in an exciting variety
Hardcover of techniques.
978-1-61689-837-3
$40.00 / £30.00 Engaging essays explore each designer’s life in textiles: education, design
R i g h ts: Wo rld beginnings, creative process, dreams, and how they run their businesses.
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Hundreds of color photographs offer endless inspiration, showing studio spaces,
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process, textile samples, and products made from the gorgeous fabrics featured
in the book. Modern Fabric is an ideal resource for sewers, quilters, crafters,
designers, and all those who aspire to a fun, color-filled, modern lifestyle.

Abby Gilchrist is the founder of Fiddlehead Artisan Supply, a nationally known


shop for modern fabrics and art supplies in Belfast, Maine.

Amelia Poole is a textile artist, designer, and teacher. She sells her work at fine
craft shows and at her shop, Ecouture Textile Studio, in Brooksville, Maine.

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Erin Flett
GORHAM, MAINE, USA
Yumi Yoshimoto
Immediately upon graduating from the University of Kansas with a N I S H I K ATS U R A- C H O, YA M A N A S H I , JA PA N
BFA in graphic design, Erin Flett “U-Hauled it east” with two dogs, a
cat, and her fiancé, Maslen, to Portland, Maine, where her parents had Yumi Yoshimoto always dreamed of being an artist. She studied
retired. Her first four years in Portland were spent working for an printing and oil painting in conjunction with her textile design work at
advertising agency, where she quickly advanced to the position of art Tokyo Zokei University. While pursuing her graduate degree, she
director. In part “because nobody had any money to buy photos,” Erin entered a design competition sponsored by the Japanese textile firm
says, she often added small, hand-drawn embellishments to wedding Kokka. This contest, called Inspiration, takes place every other year to
invitations, catalogues, and brochures, to her clients’ delight; these encourage new talent and is the only printed textile design prize in
motifs were the genesis of Erin’s hand-drawn style. Japan. Yumi was awarded the Jury Special Award for the 2013
When Erin was expecting her first child, she began building a competition.
successful business as a freelance graphic designer. Yet she longed to While still a student, she launched the label Yumi Yoshimoto and
create her own designs and traveled to the Surface Design Show in New created a fashion collection based on the theme of “the fun of everyday O P P OS I T E

“River Side” in Pink, a Keshiki series 3 print


York to investigate selling her work. Through contacts she made there, life.” In collaboration with a textile factory, she printed her from KOKKA x YUMI YOSHIMOTO
she started producing designs for companies like Pottery Barn Teen. interpretations of life scenes as patterns on cloth and created clothing A B OV E L E F T

But the companies she was working with were asking for “super safe” O P P OS I T E
styles to emphasize various aspects of the printed designs. Upon “Office Street” in Cream, a Keshiki series 3
Erin Flett print from KOKKA x YUMI YOSHIMOTO
patterns.“That made me realize that no one was going to do my A B OV E
earning her master’s degree in textile design in 2015, she began to work A B OV E R I G H T

aesthetic,” she explains. Pillows by Erin Flett with Kokka to create a collection of textile designs. Yumi Yoshimoto

Erin Felt, Gorham, Maine Yumi Yoshimoto, Yamanashi, Japan

Bari’s first collection was launched in 2009 and was followed by 16 17


four more lines. Two years later, she moved to Pat and Walter Bravo’s
company, Art Gallery Fabrics, as one of the company’s first outside
designers. “I think it was kismet; it was exactly the place I needed to be.
They are arty and eclectic and encourage out-of-the-box thinking,” she
says. After several fabric collections with Art Gallery, all designed
entirely on the computer, Bari began to paint. “That’s when it all
changed. I felt like it was what I should be doing. Everything feels a
little bit more organic.” The first line to include hand-painted designs
was her 2014 collection Emmy Grace, a tribute to her daughters.
Bari paints with watercolors, acrylics, and oils. She also
incorporates colored-pencil drawings. “I paint a lot! I tear out of
magazines, I sketch a lot. I paint and draw and paint and draw and
paint and draw.” When designing a collection, Bari starts with the focal,
or “hero,” print. She often has a theme in mind but finds that it evolves
throughout the design process.

LEFT

The Bloomsbury collection


RIGHT
“Botanist’s Essay” print on rayon from
Bloomsbury “Quilt Block”
the Bloomsbury collection

Bari J. Ackerman, Scottsdale, Arizona

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Jen Hewett
S A N F R A N C I S CO, C A L I F O R N I A , U S A

Jen Hewett found her way into the world of print when she needed a
creative outlet while working at a corporate job: “On a whim, I decided to
take a screen printing class. I ended up falling in love.” That experience
led her to explore other forms of printmaking. From 2008 to 2010, Jen
sold her prints on paper at craft fairs. “People would come up to me and O P P OS I T E , L E F T

Jen Hewett
say, ‘I really love this print, but I don’t know what to do with it. I’ll have O P P OS I T E R I G H T

to go home and frame it, and I don’t know where it will go.’” Jen saw that Screenprinted linen: “Imaginary Basket,”
many of her compatriots in craft were making bags, but everyone seemed “Dot Square Dash,” “Two-Toned Mountains,”
and “Bunch of Squares”
to be using the same types of quilting prints, so she began to print her A B OV E

own fabric. She sewed her hand-printed cloth into bags for several years “Water Lilies” tea towel, featuring a three-
before moving away from printing yardage and doing all of the sewing color hand screenprint on linen
RIGHT
herself in favor of printing on premade items such as linen tea towels for “Florence” pillow, featuring a three-color
her Tea Towel of the Month Club. hand screenprint on linen

Jen Hewett, San Francisco, California Hewitt’s inspiration wall

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How to build
and scale your
own creative
business

The Big Leap


A Guide to Freelancing for Creatives
Martina Flor

De s ign Ditch your nine-to-five and become your own boss with this insider’s guide to
— freelancing from Martina Flor, a leading designer, educator, author, and
September 2020
5.75 x 8.25 in / 14.6 x 21 cm entrepreneur. The Big Leap covers all aspects of starting your own business, from
160 pp / 80+ color practical skills like identifying potential clients and pricing projects to important
Paperback with big-picture topics like managing time and finances, diversifying income streams,
rounded corners
978-1-61689-956-1 and taking care of your most important tool—you!
$19.95 / £14.99 Flor demonstrates each concept with helpful case studies pulled from her
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own journey from freelance designer to influential, international business owner.
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Creatives across disciplines will benefit from this thorough and easy-to-follow
9 781616 899561 career guide, including designers, illustrators, photographers, programmers,
writers, and editors. Flor’s accessible language and fun signature style make
going freelance more appealing than ever.

Martina Flor is a designer, letterer, and author based in Berlin. Since she went
freelance in 2010, her studio has won major commissions from companies across
the globe, including Mercedes-Benz, the Washington Post, Lufthansa, and Vanity
Fair. Flor leads workshops and online courses and lectures internationally.

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INDEX Chapter 5: Day-to-Day
Administration
90 — Workspace
06 — Introduction 94 — Time Off
97 — Managing Your Finances
Chapter 1: Being a Freelancer 99 — Time Management
103 — Organizing Your Process
10 — Freelancer = Entrepreneur Chapter 7: Getting the Job
11 — Scope Map Done, Part II—Executing the
12 — Being Your Own Boss Assignment
15 — The Challenges of Freelancing Chapter 6: Getting the Job Done,
Part I—Securing the Assignment 126 — Executing the Assignment
24 — Making the Decision: Soft starting or Just Leaping?
126 — The Client Brief
108 — Receiving an Inquiry 129 — A Professional Work Process
110 — Types of Assignments 138 — Getting Paid
111 — Pricing Your Work
Chapter 2: First Steps 117 — Creating an Offer
120 — Sending a Quotation Chapter 8: Sustainable Growth
30 — Your Professional Identity 122 — Licensing
30 — Presenting Your Work 144 — Keeping the Right Distance
35 — Building a Solid Portfolio and 144 — “Educating” Customers
Being Your Own Client 145 — Working in Different Markets
39 — Introducing Yourself 146 — Defining Standards for Your Work
149 — Retaining Clients
150 — Attracting Better Assignments
Chapter 3: Generating Income 152 — Taking Care of Your Most
Important Tool: Yourself
48 — Income Streams 156 — Dealing with the Competition
48 — Client Commissions
50 — Trainings and Workshops
53 — Speaking Engagements
55 — Online classes 157 — What’s Next
58 — Creating and Selling Products 159 — Afterword
60 — Licensing Art and Designs 159 — Acknowledgments
63 — Other Opportunities

Chapter 4: Finding Clients


68 — Where and How to Find Clients
Day Week Month Year
73 — Working with an Agent
78 — Building an Audience on Social Mon 08 Tue 09 Wed Thu 11 Fri 12

Media Networks
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result, to the letterhead you used to send your quote, the sizes
and colors of the fonts you picked, and the brevity of your
e-mails. Great! In order to retain this happy client, you will need
to maintain the same standards she now expects—so it’s impor-
tant that your process is repeatable.

The standards I set for my work to the requirements of the assign-


are as follows: (1) the text must ment, (5)the design must be beau-
be legible, (2) the elements must tiful, (6) the design must be novel.
complement one another, (3) each Make your own list of standards
element must be executed with that, from now on, every job you
care, (4) the design must respond do will meet.
We talked earlier about the also useful for retaining clients. If a
benefits of organizing our creative client is happy with your work, you
Retaining Clients process and dividing it into stages. can simply repeat your process next
Having an organized process is time they call on you.
If you have done a good job (you have followed projects
through to success, you have been pleasant and professional,
you have listened to the client’s feedback, and you have done Attracting Better Assignments
your best at each stage of the process), it is very likely that the
client will consider you again for future jobs and recommend The quality of assignments you attract is directly related to how
you to others. reliable you are. As you gain experience and carry out successful
A client who has worked with you before will probably projects, you will become a safe bet.
consider you for a new project, mostly because you have become Clients will know what to expect from your process and
a dependable resource. You made a positive impression in and come to rely on the outstanding results you deliver. Trust
everything you did: from how you managed each step of the commands a price and your clients are willing to pay for it.
process, presented your work, and delivered a high-quality

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A lavishly
illustrated
history of
majestic,
light-filled
conservatories

The Conservatory
Gardens Under Glass
Alan Stein and Nancy Virts
Introduction by Marc Hachadourian and Todd Forrest,
New York Botanical Garden
Foreword by Richard Barley, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

A rc h i t ec t u r e Elegant and magnificent, conservatories reveal fascinating social, cultural, botanical,


— and engineering advances as they have evolved across history. First appearing in the
October 2020
9 x 12 in / 22.9 x 30.5 cm eighteenth century as simple structures designed to protect fruit trees and other
256 pp / 210 color & 49 b+w delicate plants from harsh European winters, conservatories became grand glass
Hardcover with jacket houses that spread across the European continent, to the Americas, and ultimately
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$60.00 / £45.00 around the world.
R i g h ts: Wo rld Through evocative archival and contemporary photographs, drawings of
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landmark structures, and graceful, accessible text, The Conservatory celebrates the
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patrons and designers who advanced the technology and architectural majesty of
these light-filled structures. The importance of conservatories continues to grow
with efforts to conserve phenomenal plants and their environments.

Alan Stein and Nancy Virts, a husband and wife team, cofounded Tanglewood
Conservatories, Ltd. in 1993. Stein serves as the president and director, and Virts
is the Chief Operating Officer. Tanglewood conceives and builds classical and modern
glass conservatories; its work has been published in Architectural Digest, Garden
Design, the New York Times, and Town & Country. They are based in Maryland.

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200 CHAPTER ONE HUMBLE BEGINNINGS 201

Balboa Botanical Building, San Diego, California


ABOVE FOLLOWING PAGE

Botanic Gardens Belfast Curvilinear Range, Irish National


Conservatory, interior view Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin,
Ireland, exterior side view
OPPOSITE

Botanic Gardens Belfast


Conservatory, interior view

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Botanic Gardens Belfast, Northern Ireland

1 00 CHAPTER ONE HUMBLE BEGINNINGS 101

The Crystal Palace Exhibition, London, England

228 CHAPTER SIX MODERN GLASSHOUSE MARVELS 229

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England

130 CHAPTER ONE HUMBLE BEGINNINGS 131

The Schönbrunn Palace Conservatory, Vienna, Austria

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Alluring modern
architecture in
wintry locales

Snowbound
Dwelling in Winter
William Morgan

a rc h i t ec t u r e From the ski slopes of Utah to the frigid tundra of northwestern Russia,
— Snowbound celebrates contemporary design in cold climates with a focus
October 2020
8 x 10 in / 20.3 x 25.4 cm on sustainability. Tailor-made for architects, designers, snowbirds, and
224 pp / 100+ color aspiring second-home owners, this tour of twenty dwellings is equal parts
Hardcover escapist photo essay and practical sourcebook, with immersive photography,
978-1-61689-867-0
$50.00 / £40.00 architectural plans, and location, climate, and building-systems data.
R i g h ts: Wo rld Architectural historian William Morgan documents winter dwellings
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and trekker cabins from high-profile firms like MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple
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and rising stars like Scott & Scott. Readers are transported to beautiful,
pristine, and, in some cases, remote locations in the snowier regions of
the world.

William Morgan is the author of numerous books on American architecture,


including The Cape Cod Cottage and Yankee Modern: The Houses of
Estes / Twombly. He has taught at Princeton and Brown Universities and was
a visiting lecturer at Åbo Akademi University in Finland.

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Haus
Fontanella
A RC HI TEC T A decade and half the globe separate the Horizon Neighborhood in the
Bernardo Bader Architekten Rocky Mountains of the American West from the Canadian Embassy
in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to say nothing of climate and cultural differences.
LO C ATI ON Yet, these two projects by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple demonstrate
Fontanella, Austria this architectural firm’s understanding of regional building practices,
climate, and place. Working not from New York, Los Angeles, or Dubai,
CO OR D I NATE S but extracting sustenance from the infertile soil of back-of-beyond Nova
46.3095 °N Scotia, the architects parlayed attention to the local into an entire body
7.4123 °E of work with universal resonance.
This collection of thirty cottages at Eden Valley, Utah marks the
A NNUA L SNOW FA L L Canadian firm’s opening of a Denver office, and this first project offers
62.3” (158 CM) a palette-cleansing alternative to the usual overblown American ski
resorts. But more than just different aesthetics, Horizon is a planned
AV E R AG E W I NT ER LOW community of social impact investors and innovators concerned with
16° F (-9° C) land stewardship and climate responsiveness. Designed around a series
of courtyards, the layout intentionally encourages chance meetings and
E NE RGY SYST E M S social interaction.
Hand-made brise-soleil The cabins range from 1,300 to 3,000 square feet, and the
(passive cooling); flash-
and-batt insulated walls protected communal outdoor spaces are formed by two orientations:
and roof; high performance, parallel grain (which follows land contours as would mountain goats)
dual pane, low-e, argon and cross grain (which projects off the mountain like an extreme skier).
filled glass windows;
radiant floor heating;
Looking like a child’s drawing of an alpine village in the snow, the
wood-burning stove shingled roofs and vertical cedar walls were inspired by the similarly-
sheathed barns in the valley below. Aluminum-clad windows are placed
B UI LD I NG M ATE R IA L S so that they appear to dissolve corners and even cornices, creating a
Concrete, charred accoya, ipe crisp, taut building envelope.
(exterior); Cedar, walnut, porcelain
This sense of lightness is further accentuated by elevating the
tiles (interior)
cabins on steel stilts, a necessity in such a fragile, high desert landscape.
As Brian MacKay-Lyons notes, “In Canada we know about snow,” but
S Q UA R E FO OTAG E
conditions at Horizon are “subject to many climate extremes: extreme
1,500 SQ FT (139 M2)
annual snowfall, extreme wind loads, extreme solar gain,” not to mention
seismic activity. Upper-level bridges ensure entry even in heavy snowfall,
COM P LE T I ON DAT E
but these trussed elements are part of the structural frame, fostering a
2013
sense of impermanence reminiscent of early Western mining camps.
As if 9,000 feet of elevation were not high enough, the living areas
are situated on the upper floors. Floor-to-ceiling windows embrace
breathtaking views out over Powder Mountain ski area, the Great Salt
Lake, the western desert, and seemingly as far as the Pacific Ocean.

44 H a u s Fo n t a n e l l a 45 156 Snowbound Horizon Neighborhood 157

Haus Fontanella, Fontanella, Austria Horizon Neighborhood, Eden, Utah

Mountain House, Manigod, France

High
House
A RC HI T EC T “The cold Canadian climate calls for the design of houses that resemble
Delordinaire cocoons,” notes designer Jean-Philippe Parent. But the couple that
commissioned High House did not desire an old-style chalet; they had
LO C AT I O N lived in the Alps and had been impressed by the minimalism of Swiss
Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges, architecture. Nor did they want a large second home, but rather a
Québec cottage, which would be like a hotel room where they could drop luggage
before rushing out to enjoy a weekend away from the city.
CO O R DI NAT E S The design response by Delordinaire, a Paris- and Montréal-based
47.1169 °N firm founded by architects from France, Canada, and Australia, was
70.8598 °W to eliminate storage altogether—there is no basement, no garage. This
psychological and functional lightness allowed the creation of a small,
A NNUA L S NOW FA L L more refined volume. The starkly simple cottage stands on skinny,
100" (254 CM) stork-like stilts, not hunkered down against the elements, but seemingly
embracing them. The clients gained extra outdoor living space beneath
AVER AG E W I NT ER LOW the house—an effect reminiscent of Le Corbusier’s white-boxes-on-pilotis
10° F (-12° C) houses of the 1920s—but here the goal is living in harmony with nature.
The living space is as sparse as a cabin in the woods, in keeping
ENERGY SYST EM S with High House’s just being a place to hang one’s hat while not
Hand-made brise-soleil snowshoeing or skiing. Durable and low-maintenance, unfinished marine
(passive cooling); flash-
and-batt insulated walls plywood is used throughout for the floors, wall finish, and built-in
and roof; high performance, furniture.
dual pane, low-e, argon Snow-white painted concrete panels and corrugated metal roofing
filled glass windows;
radiant floor heating;
clad the floating cube, with its sharp outline defined by a pointy, snow-
wood-burning stove shedding gable. There is wonderful irony in how the igloo-pure house
almost disappears in whiteout conditions, yet inhabitants feel safely
B U I L DI NG M AT ER I A L S raised above the harsh landscape. “Elevated stilt constructions are
Concrete, charred accoya, typically used in warm climates and flood zones,” the architects note.
ipe (exterior); Cedar, walnut,
“There is more insulation under the house,” Parent continues, “but the
porcelain tiles (interior)
elevation avoids snow drifts accumulating near the house and keeps the
entire house out of moisture in the summer.”
S Q UA R E FO OTAG E
By lifting the house above the earth, the architects have opened
1,500 SQ FT (139 M2)
up magnificent views. To the south lies the St. Lawrence Valley, just
where the river broadens below Québec City (home of the world’s largest
CO M P L E T I O N DAT E
winter carnival). To the west, visible through the floor-to-ceiling living
2017
room window, lie the busy ski slopes on Mont-Sainte-Anne, which draw
weekenders from town.

218 Snowbound Culardoch Shieling 219 186 High House 187

Culardoch Shieling, the Cairngorms, Scotland High House, Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges, Québec

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Art and science
merge in
mesmerizing
maps

A Slice through America


A Geological Atlas
David Kassel
Introduction by Jody Bourgeois

V i s ua l & Historic stratigraphic illustrations depict the earth beneath our feet in
p op u l a r C u lt u r e captivating hand-drawn diagrams. Each drawing tells a unique geologic story,

October 2020 exquisitely rendered in colors from pastel palettes to brilliant bolds that show
12 x 9 in / 30.5 x 23 cm evolving scientific graphic conventions over time.
128 pp / 50 color Created by federal and state geologists over the course of one hundred
Hardcover
978-1-61689-831-1 years, the maps reveal sedimentary rock layers that present an unexpected view
$60.00 / £45.00 of our treasured public lands, making this collection an important record of
R i g h ts: Wo rld natural resources, as well as a beautiful display of map design. The fascinating
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history of the science behind the drawings is explored by sedimentary geologist
9 781616 898311 Jody Bourgeois, a professor emeritus at the University of Washington’s College
of the Environment and a fellow of the Geological Society of America.

David Kassel, founder of ILevel, an art installation firm in New York City, has
been collecting stratigraphic drawings since 1977, when he was an art student
and came across two cross sections in a bookshop. Though unfamiliar with
their origins, he responded to their lines and colors. He now owns two hundred
geological illustrations.

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Stunning prints
and the
collaborative
process behind
them

Prints and Their Makers


Phil Sanders

V i s ua l & Prints and Their Makers invites art enthusiasts on a tour of the top
p op u l a r C u lt u r e printmaking workshops around the world. Master printer Phil Sanders

October 2020 places today’s fine art printmaking in the context of printing traditions
9 x 12 in / 22.9 x 30.5 cm and techniques developed over more than a thousand years. Clear and
320 pp engaging explanations illuminate the seven major printmaking processes,
310 color & 90 b+w
Hardcover from lithography to chine collé.
978-1-61689-818-2 Sanders showcases the collaborative aspect of printmaking among
$75.00 / £55.00 artists, printers, and publishers. Case studies show the process of
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57500 celebrated artists with their work photographed at each stage of creation.
Prints and Their Makers features historical prints from artists like Albrecht
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Dürer and Sister Corita Kent, as well as contemporary works by more
than one hundred artists, including William Kentridge, Polly Apfelbaum,
Julie Mehretu, Richard Serra, Glenn Ligon, Will Cotton, Nicole
Eisenman, John Baldessari, Chakaia Booker, and Elizabeth Peyton.

Phil Sanders is a leading master printer based in Asheville, North


Carolina. He has collaborated with distinguished artists on prints in the
collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern
Art, and the Library of Congress, among many other institutions.

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INTAGLIO: CONTEMPORARY WORKS

O P P OS I T E

Chuck Close
Carroll Dunham Phil Crosshatch, 2010
Untitled, 2008 —
— Engraving with embossment
Five-color intaglio print from five copper on Twinrocker handmade paper,
plates: soft ground, aquatint, lift-ground/ 52 x 40 in. (132.1 x 101.6 cm),
open bite, hard ground, 25 x 20 in. Edition of 30, Published by and
(63.5 x 50.8 cm), Edition of 31, Published printed at Two Palms; printed by
by Harlan & Weaver, printed by Carol Josephine Heilpern, Amy Pryor,
Weaver and Felix Harlan and Alison Sahmel

105

232 PRINTS AND THEIR MAKERS 233 VI. MONOTYPE AND MONOPRINT

Cecily Brown
Untitled, 2018

Monotype in oil, 23 x 31 in.
(58.4 x 78.7 cm), Unique impression,
Published by and printed at Two Palms

240 241

Julia Dault
Holograms (4), 2015

Screenprint on mounted Peregrina O P P OS I T E

Anthracite Fractal (290gsm) paper, Philip Taaffe


29.3 x 22.24 in. (79.5 x 56.5 cm), Ornamental I, 2011
Edition of 8, Published by Dundee —
Contemporary Arts; printed at Dundee Screenprint, 45.25 x 35.38 in.
Contemporary Arts Print Studio by (114.9 x 89.9 cm), Edition of 45,
Scott Hudson, Robert Jackson, Claire Published by and printed at Brand
McVinnie, and Marianne Wilson under X Editions; printed by Bob Blanton,
the supervision of Annis Fitzhugh Tim Watts, and Roberto Mercedes

280 281

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The creative
process of a
design legend
at work

Sketch and Finish


The Journey from Here to There
Milton Glaser

de s ign Design legend Milton Glaser demystifies his creative process in this thoughtful
— collection of illustrations showing his journey from sketch to finish. Glaser is
November 2020
a truly multidisciplinary designer working in exhibition, interior, and product
STATE OF NEW YORK TOURISM OFFICE. IDENTITY. 1977 35

6.5 x 9.5 in / 16.5 x 24.1 cm


168 pp / 200 color designs. Sketch and Finish features a variety of projects, from little known to
Paperback iconic, including the  logo. Glaser writes, “The tentativeness in the act
978-1-61689-961-5
$19.95 / £14.99 of sketching is crucial. Doubt is essential. If you already know the answer before
R i g h ts: Wo rld you start, why bother? Conviction is the killer of imagination.” He illuminates
51995
the crux of each work with grace and a timeless mastery of craft.
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Milton Glaser is among the most celebrated graphic designers working today.
He cofounded the revolutionary Push Pin Studios in 1954, founded New York
Magazine with Clay Felker in 1968, established Milton Glaser, Inc. in 1974, and
teamed with Walter Bernard in 1983 to form the publication design firm WBMG.
He was selected for the lifetime achievement award of the Cooper Hewitt
National Design Museum (2004) and the Fulbright Association (2011), and in
2009, he was the first graphic designer to receive the National Medal of Arts.

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These early sketches show how fragments from each drawing found their way into the finished portrait of Aretha ARETHA FRANKLIN. POSTER. 1968. 77
Franklin. The final image was used by the National Portrait Gallery (Washington DC) to represent her inclusion in
the Hall of Fame in 2018.

An angel seen from behind was the idea for the cover of the paperback version of Tony Kushner’s remarkable ANGELS OF AMERICA PERESTROIKA. ILLUSTRATION. 1993. 81
play Angels in America.

The original sketch from my Dylan poster was submitted to the art director of Columbia Records, John Berg. DYLAN. COLUMBIA RECORDS. POSTER. 1967. 165
He said “get rid of the harmonica”, and he was right

Sketch.

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“No matter how
much you think
you know about
type, [Highsmith]
teaches you there’s
more to learn.”
—Steven Heller

Inside Paragraphs
Typographic Fundamentals
Cyrus Highsmith

de s ign “There is nothing you need to understand about using type that’s not in this book.”
— —  Legendary type designer Matthew Carter
August 2020
9 x 6 in / 22.9 x 15.2 cm
104 pp / 62 b+w What goes on inside a paragraph of printed text? Cyrus Highsmith’s Inside
Flexibound Paragraphs is an essential primer on the basics of typography that focuses
978-1-61689-941-7
$19.95 / £14.99 specifically on the role of printed text within a paragraph. Engaging full-page
R i g h ts: Wo rld illustrations and Highsmith’s accessible explanations show the role of white
51995
space between letters, words, and lines. Perfect for students and professionals
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alike, this updated edition includes a new preface.

Cyrus Highsmith is a typographer, teacher, author, and graphic artist.


He teaches at Rhode Island School of Design and is the founder and creative
director of Occupant Fonts. In 2015, he received the Gerrit Noordzij Prize
for extraordinary contributions to the fields of type design, typography, and
type education.

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The first book
on three-
dimensional
design for
graphic design
students

Introduction to Three-Dimensional Design


Principles, Processes, and Projects
Kimberly Elam

De s ign Introduction to Three-Dimensional Design is the first book to teach graphic design
— students the fundamentals of three-dimensional design through hands-on
October 2020
7 x 8.5 in / 17.8 x 21.6 cm drawing and model projects. The book combines key concepts with carefully
176 pp / 700 illustrations crafted exercises so students can apply three-dimensional design principles in
Paperback practice. From initial sketches through experimental prototypes to the final
978-1-61689-921-9
$29.95 / £21.99 model solutions, students will develop a deeper understanding of the often
R i g h ts: Wo rld complex elements and principles of three-dimensional design.
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9 781616 899219 Kimberly Elam is a writer, educator, and graphic designer. She is on the faculty
of the Graphic Design Department at the Ringling College of Art + Design in
Sarasota, Florida.
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Grid Systems
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Typographic Systems
978-1-56898-687-6 / $27.50
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Deerfield Academy: The Campus Guide
Aaron M. Helfand
Photographs by Robert Spencer Barnett

C a m p us gu i de s Deerfield Academy: The Campus Guide offers five curated architectural walks across
— the picturesque campus of one of the most distinguished college preparatory
October 2020
6.25 x 10 in / 15.9 x 25.4 cm schools in the country. Deerfield’s 330-acre campus hosts exceptional buildings
224 pp / 100+ color by such noted architects as Asher Benjamin, Charles Platt, Edward Larrabee
Paperback with flaps Barnes, and David Childs. The Academy maintains several eighteenth-century
978-1-61689-825-0
$37.50 / £30.00 houses and has played a central role in the restoration of many historic structures
R i g h ts: Wo rld open to the public in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Extensive photography and a
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beautifully illustrated map illuminate the school’s evolution from its founding in
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1797 to the present. An inspirational foreword by Head of School John P. N.
Austin and an essay by former Head of School Margarita O’Byrne Curtis frame
this architectural journey.

Aaron M. Helfand, an alumni of Deerfield and an architect with Knight


Architecture in New Haven, CT, graduated from Williams College, the University
of Notre Dame, and University of Cambridge. Robert Spencer Barnett, architect
and photographer, is the author of Princeton University and Neighboring
Institutions: The Campus Guide.

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Previously Announced

Paula Scher
Twenty-Five Years at the Public, A Love Story
Paula Scher
7.25 x 9.625 in / 18.4 x 24.4 cm
256 pp / 400 color
Paperback with flaps
978-1-61689-864-9
$45.00 / £35.00
R i gh ts: Wor l d
54500

9 781616 898649

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
formative twenty-five-year relationship with the
Public Theater in New York. This behind-the-scenes
account of the relationship between Scher and “the
Public,” as it’s affectionately known, chronicles over
two decades of brand and identity development and
an evolving creative process in a unique
“autobiography of graphic design.”

Seymour Chwast
Inspiration and Process in Design
Introduction by Steven Heller
5 x 8.25 in / 12.7 x 21 cm
144 pp / 150 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-933-2
$24.95 / £18.99
R i gh ts: Wor l d
52495

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Seymour Chwast (1931–) is an American graphic


designer known for his diverse body of work and
lasting influence on visual culture. 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, are accompanied by
interviews by Steven Heller.

PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED 33
Herbert Bayer
Inspiration and Process in Design
Ellen Lupton

Herbert Bayer (1900–1985) was one of the most influential


graphic designers of the twentieth century, with a prolific
career spanning more than six decades and two continents.
As a student and teacher at the Bauhaus, he used geometry,
photomontage, functional analysis, and simplified typography
to forge a new approach to graphic design. This book explores
the evolution of Bayer’s design process, from his student works
featuring hand lettering to mechanically printed typography
and hyperreal photo illustrations. The poetic and striking
works are drawn from the Merrill C. Berman Collection and
the collection of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design
Museum, among others. Many have never been published
before or appear in color for the first time here.

Ellen Lupton is curator of contemporary design at Cooper


Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City and director
of the Graphic Design MFA program at Maryland Institute
College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore. An author of numerous
books and articles on design, she is a critic, frequent lecturer,
and AIGA Gold Medalist.

October 2020
5 x 8.25 in / 12.7 x 21 cm
144 pp
200 color & b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-953-0
$24.95 / £18.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld
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34 MOLESKINE BOOKS
Steven Holl
Inspiration and Process in Architecture
Steven Holl

Internationally recognized for his ability to blend space


and light with great contextual sensitivity, architect
Steven Holl achieves his award-winning designs by
beginning each commission with a small watercolor
exploring light, color, and form. Paintings help Holl
create a concept-driven design that showcases the unique
qualities of each project. This collection of watercolors,
which are works of art themselves, includes his most
recent projects, from the JFK Center for the Performing
Arts expansion and Hunters Point Public Library to
University College Dublin.

Steven Holl established Steven Holl Architects in New


York City in 1977. Considered one of the most influential
practitioners of his generation, Holl received the Cooper
Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s National Design
Award in Architecture in 2002. A year earlier, Time
declared him America’s Best Architect for “buildings
that satisfy the spirit as well as the eye.” He is a professor
of architecture at Columbia University. His most recent
book is Compression.

October 2020
5 x 8.25 in / 12.7 x 21 cm
144 pp
100 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-897-7
$24.95 / £18.99
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MOLESKINE BOOKS 35
I am Milan NEW
Carlo Stanga

Milan is front and center in this guide to the thriving


Italian metropolis that is historic, modern, playful, and
distinguished all at once. New visitors and longtime
inhabitants alike will revel in Carlo Stanga’s colorful,
playful drawings. Passages told from the city’s perspective
animate Milan’s extraordinary monuments and innovative
buildings, as well as the delightful details of everyday
Italian life in the city. New scenes enhance this new
edition, including contemporary architecture found in
Porto Volta, the art center Pirelli HangarBicocca, and
hidden gems like the stationery store Fratelli Bonvini.

Carlo Stanga is an editorial and advertising illustrator


who works with major Italian magazines and newspapers
as well as international clients in Europe and the United
States. He holds a degree in architecture from the
Polytechnic of Milan and lives and works in Berlin. He is
the author-illustrator of I am London and I am New York.

November 2020
8.25 x 9.75 in / 21 x 24.8 cm 56 57

112 pp We all know Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper”, one of


the world’s most famous works of art, and the reason there
never fails to be a line of expectant tourists here. The large
70 color oil and tempera painting is situated in the former refectory
of a convent adjacent to the splendid Church of Santa Maria
delle Grazie, which was designed by Donato Bramante in
Paperback with flaps the late fifteenth century, during da Vinci’s era.

978-1-61689-980-6
Today the “Last Supper” is a faded shadow of its ancient
self. As you might expect, da Vinci experimented with
techniques, and in this case abandoned the traditional

$29.95 / £21.99 fresco method. With the tempura technique, the colours
were never going to last.

R i g h ts: Wo rld As for Bramante, he too was an excel-


lent painter, a typical Renaissance
man. You can see his masterpiece
52995 “Cristo alla colonna” (Christ at the
Column), in the Brera gallery.

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The mushroom-shaped skyscraper rising


up behind several blocks that fade into
the background is the architecture studio
BBPR’s Torre Velasca, a symbol of the
1960s boom that looks like a mysterious
castle and reflects the timeless essence
I lay claim to.

Let’s continue our stroll through my


streets. I want to talk about my character,
born of elegant contrasts interlacing with
each other almost like a musical score.

Take as an example this ultramodern


structure by Luigi Moretti from the 1950s
and its dialogue with the nineteenth-
century facades of Via Rugabella.

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KENGO KUMA
KENGO
KUMA
KENGO KUMA

ISBN 978-88-6613-164-9
The objective of Kengo Kuma is to erase architecture: finding harmony

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and the environment. The drawings collected in this book tell the fading
of architecture through textures drawn in graphite that overlap different
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MECANOO
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in Architecture in Architecture 8.25 x 9.25 in / 144 pp in Architecture
5 x 8.25 in / 144 pp 5 x 8.25 in / 144 pp Paperback / 978-88-6732-572-6 5 x 8.25 in / 144 pp
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Inspiration and Process Inspiration and Process Inspiration and Process The Wandering City
in Architecture in Design in Architecture Carlo Stanga
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Fashion Unfolds Inspiration and Process Secrets of the World’s Top Screen
7.25 x 11 in / 192 pp in Design Printers
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Giancarlo Iliprandi Inspiration and Process Fashion Unfolds
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ZAHA HADID

ZAHA HADID
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The mental space of painting, expressed in works that experiment with a


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The Wandering City Wiel Arets Zaha Hadid


Coloring Book Inspiration and Process Inspiration and Process
Carlo Stanga in Architecture in Architecture
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Little Audrey’s Daydream
The Life of Audrey Hepburn
Sean and Karin Hepburn Ferrer
Illustrated by Dominique Corbasson and François Avril

AGES: 4-8 Audrey Hepburn remains a beloved figure worldwide, but before she became a
— world-famous actress and humanitarian, she was a little girl with big dreams. Her
October 2020
10.7 x 8.27 in / 27.2 x 21 cm extraordinary story unfolds during her childhood in Holland, where her happy
56 pp / 35 color life of ice-skating and dancing changes with the harsh realities of World War II.
Hardcover She daydreams about who she will become when the war ends.
978-1-61689-991-2
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Daydream, written by her son and daughter-in-law, offers a beacon of hope during
difficult times, showing young readers that, with spirit and determination, dreams
can come true.

Sean Hepburn Ferrer has worked in the entertainment industry and for
humanitarian nonprofits for forty years. In 2013, he became honorary chair of
the US Fund for UNICEF’s Audrey Hepburn Society. In 2019, he produced a
biographical exhibition on his mother in Brussels and coauthored Little Audrey’s
Daydream with his wife Karin. He is the author of the New York Times best seller
Audrey Hepburn: An Elegant Spirit.

Dominique Corbasson worked as a designer for Galeries Lafayette, Chanel, Hermès,


and Tiffany & Co., before becoming a children’s book author and illustrator.

François Avril has produced children’s books, comics, and many limited-edition
prints and regularly exhibits his work.

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A whimsical
journey to
find where the
world ends

Where the World Ends


A Zip, Trik, and Flip Adventure
Davide Cali
Illustrated by Maria Dek

AGES: 4– 8 “Where do the clouds go when we can’t see them anymore?” asked Zip.
— “Who knows,” said Trik.
October 2020
8.5 x 11 in / 21.6 x 27.9 cm “Maybe they wind up where the world ends,” said Flip.
40 pp / 19 color
Hardcover with jacket An ordinary day turns into an extraordinary adventure as Zip, Trik, and Flip set off
978-1-61689-937-0
$17.95 / £12.99 to find where the world ends. The trio journeys across fantastical landscapes—a
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encounter helping hands and discouraging doubters, and each time they think they
have reached the end of the world, it seems to move further away. The three friends
maintain their spirit and determination, enjoying the journey as much as the
destination before returning home again.

Maria Dek creates original and expressive watercolor illustrations from her home
in Białowieża, a village in the oldest forest in Europe. She holds degrees from the
Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and University of the Arts London.

Davide Cali is an award-winning author and cartoonist. He has written nearly one
hundred children’s books published in twenty-five countries, including Good Morning,
Neighbor, also illustrated by Maria Dek.

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They reached the opposite shore and went
on searching, asking for directions everywhere.

Someone said that the end of the world


was at the peak of a nearby mountain.

Once they reached


the valley someone
pointed them toward
a meadow.

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A fantastical tale
of a child’s
nighttime
imagination

Nasla’s Dream
Cécile Roumiguière
Illustrated by Simone Rea

AGES: 4– 8 At bedtime, a mysterious yellow dot appears above the top of Nasla’s
— wardrobe—the new home for her toys now that she’s decided she’s too old
September 2020
9 x 10.82 in / 23 x 27.5 cm to sleep with stuffed animals. Could it be Timboubou the elephant, or her
32 pp / 13 color hippo with the broken foot? As a wondrous, dreamlike world with dancing
Hardcover with jacket moons and swinging elephant trunks emerges from the shadows, she longs
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learning how to become independent.

Cécile Roumiguière is the author of many children’s books and young adult
novels. She is also a screenwriter and director and lives in Paris.

Simone Rea is an award-winning illustrator for magazines, children’s books,


and other publications. He is based in his hometown of Albano Laziale, Italy.

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At night, only the Moon is allowed to shine—
yellow, red, or silver.

At night, the Moon can do whatever it wants.

Nasla wants to play with the Moon.

But at night, you do not play. At night, you sleep.

The shadow moves. Nasla wants to tell Timboubou and her turtle
and all her toys that she is a big girl now.
Timboubou is swinging his trunk!
She wants to tell them that they will be happy,
all together on top of the wardrobe.

Nasla wants to talk to her toys, but at night,


you don’t talk. At night, you sleep.

Nasla stares at the wardrobe and sees a shadow.

When her father put her turtle up there, he also


placed Timboubou the elephant, and all of Nasla’s toys—
the mushroom castle, the hippo with a broken foot,
the giant ant, the toy garage, the broken dolls,
and the red truck—in a nice neat pile.

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A day in the
life of one
charming
capybara

I am a Capybara
Michela Fabbri

AGES:4– 8 A capybara is not a mouse or a beaver or a bear and has all sorts
— of surprising traits to discover. But while every capybara has
October 2020
6.75 x 9.75 in / 17.1 x 24.8 cm teeny tiny ears and a gigantic nose, this endearing capybara
40 pp / 21 color happens to love poetry and the opera and even dressing up as a
Hardcover with jacket whale! He speaks candidly about his experiences and feelings,
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to be discovered by trying new things, learning about someone
you don’t know, and embracing community and family.

Based in Genova, Italy, Michela Fabbri runs a small bed-and-


breakfast, where she creates comics about her daily life. Her work
was selected for the 2019 Illustrators Exhibition at the Bologna
Children’s Book Fair. This is her first picture book.
But I was talking about me.
I’m a capybara and I love living simply.

I like to observe things and their poetry .


Yes I love poetry,
even without writing or reading it.

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One of my favorite types of care is closeness.

I don’t need to explain anything to you about


closeness: the next time that you are with your The care is guaranteed.
friends or your family, gently clump yourselves
together.

Like this, for example.

I‘m a capybara (you know that, by now) and like all Everybody wondered:
capybaras I have a serious expression, does he imagine that under the whale disguise he’s not
but I laugh a lot under my bristles. recognized?
Or did he dress up just to make us laugh?
I remember the day I dressed up as a whale.
I don’t know, but it was funny.

I must confess: even though I love diving,


I’m a little lazy.

But sometimes I try to workout, and


I realize that it’s funny:
my paws seem longer, I get warm, my back tingles
and the smell of nature is stronger.

In the end I’m satisfied that I overcame my laziness,


very satisfied.

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Miyuki
discovers the
wonders of
mindfulness

Thank You, Miyuki


Roxane Marie Galliez
Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh

AGES: 5– 8 Miyuki and her grandfather return in an enchanting intergenerational story


— enhanced by Seng Soun Ratanavanh’s gorgeous Japanese-inspired illustrations.
September 2020
8.5 x 11.65 in / 21.6 x 29.6 cm Miyuki’s curiosity is piqued by her grandfather’s morning meditation routine,
32 pp / 14 color and she is eager to learn this new skill. Her wise and patient grandfather first
Hardcover with jacket takes her on a walk in the garden. “When do we start to meditate?” she asks
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comes to understand that in the small acts of mindfulness throughout her day,
she learned how to meditate.

Roxane Marie Galliez is an award-winning writer, poet, and children’s book


author who lives in France. The daughter of seafaring adventurers, she traveled
in the Pacific Islands for several years as a researcher and television journalist
after earning her doctorate in the history of ancient civilizations. Her previous
children’s books include Patience, Miyuki and Time for Bed, Miyuki.

Seng Soun Ratanavanh is a French illustrator and painter. She graduated from
the School of Fine Arts in Paris.

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Grandpa lies down in the soft grass
and Miyuki nestles against him.
When Miyuki looks at the clouds, she sees
thousands of shapes.

“I see a fox! A hen! No, a lamb! A horse! A bird!” she shouts.


“What do you see, Grandpa?”

Grandpa smiles, satisfied just to be lying in the warm sun, feeling


each blade of grass beneath him, with Miyuki at his side.

As the day gets dressed for night, Grandpa and


Miyuki take a tranquil walk back home.
In front of the garden gate, Grandpa stops to
smell a rose before it closes.

Grandpa shows Miyuki the rose, and she closes


her eyes and breathes in its sweet perfume.

“But Grandpa, when will we meditate?”

Also Available...
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Time for Bed, Miyuki
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Learn to
help a little
friend in need

What Do You Want, Little Friend?


Marianne Dubuc

AGES: 1–4 A happy kitten playing with a kite accidentally injures a little bug! The kitten
— wants to know what will make the little friend feel better: to march like the
October 2020
5.5 x 5.5 in / 14 x 14 cm ants or fly like the birds? Nothing seems to work until finally the kitten asks
24 pp / 12 color and the little friend shares the answer—a kiss! Little ones will love the whimsy
Board book and warmth of this sweet story as one small creature learns to care for an even
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Beloved by children worldwide, her books have been translated into more than
Also Available from thirty languages. Dubuc lives in Montreal, Quebec, with her husband and their
Marianne Dubuc... two children.
see page 58
Little Cheetah’s Shadow
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Otto and Pio
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The Fish and the Cat
978-1-61689-505-1 / $16.95
Up the Mountain Path
978-1-61689-723-9 / $17.95

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Search-and-
find activity
book with tips
for helping
endangered
animals

Endangered Animals
And How You Can Help
Sam Hutchinson
Illustrated by Sarah Dennis

AGES: 6 – 9 In Endangered Animals, budding naturalists travel through seven habitats—from


— polar regions to the rain forest and beyond—exploring the issues that affect the
August 2020
9.85 x 9.85 in / 25 x 25 cm animal kingdom’s ability to survive and thrive. The book highlights more than
32 pp / 18 color seventy species that are struggling due to climate change, pollution, habitat
Hardcover loss, and other challenges, alongside species that are thriving thanks to
978-1-61689-940-0
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Sam Hutchinson is an author and publisher of informational books for children
Also Available... based in London. In 2018, Hutchinson was named both IPG Young Independent
see page 54
Publisher of the Year and a Bookseller Rising Star.
Animal Camouflage
978-1-61689-626-3 / $16.95
Sarah Dennis is a United Kingdom–based artist whose exquisite work combines
Animal Habitats
traditional paper cutting with collage. She won the 2016 Junior Design Award for
978-1-61689-849-6 / $16.95
Best Emerging Talent—Illustrator for Animal Camouflage.

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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

My Nature Sticker
Activity Books
8.75 x 11.875 in
24 pp
Paperback
Ages: 5 and up
$7.99 / £5.99
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Animals of the Savanna At the Seashore


Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau
57 stickers and 32 activities 120 stickers and 24 activities
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Birds of the World Butterflies of the World Garden Insects and Bugs
Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau
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Inventive Animals
Clémentine Sourdais

with
74 stickers,
26 activities,
and 1 quiz

In the Age of Dinosaurs Inventive Animals In the Forest


Olivia Cosneau Clémentine Sourdais Olivia Cosneau
85 stickers and 24 activities 74 stickers and 26 activities 127 stickers and 29 activities
978-1-61689-469-6 978-1-61689-898-4 978-1-61689-785-7
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Streams and Ponds


Olivia Cosneau

with
94 stickers,
31 activities,
and 1 quiz

In the Vegetable Garden In the Ocean Streams and Ponds


Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau Olivia Cosneau
102 stickers and 24 activities 80 stickers and 25 activities 94 stickers and 31 activities
978-1-61689-571-6 978-1-61689-669-0 978-1-61689-904-2
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Animal Camouflage: Animal Habitats: Art Up Close


Search and Find Search and Find Claire d’Harcourt
Sarah Dennis and Sam Hutchinson Sarah Dennis and Sam Hutchinson 10.5 x 14.5 in / 64 pp / 360 color
9.75 x 9.75 in / 32 pp / 30 color 9.75 x 9.75 in / 32 pp / 30 color Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up
Hardcover / Ages: 6–9 Hardcover / Ages: 6–9 978-1-61689-421-4
978-1-61689-626-3 / $16.95 978-1-61689-849-6 / $16.95 $29.95 / £21.99
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Draw Like an Artist: Pop Art Draw Like an Artist: Drawing in Space Drawing in the Sea
Patricia Geis A Self-Portrait Sketchbook Harriet Russell Harriet Russell
9.25 x 11.75 in Patricia Geis 8.25 x 11 in / 64 pp / 170 color 8.25 x 11 in / 64 pp / 170 color
64 pp / 36 color 9.25 x 11.75 in / 48 pp / 25 images Paperback / Ages: 5 and up Paperback / Ages: 5 and up
Paperback / Ages: 10 and up Paperback / Ages: 10 and up 978-1-61689-497-9 978-1-61689-418-4
978-1-61689-701-7 / $14.99 / £10.99 978-1-61689-510-5 / $12.99 / £8.99 $18.95 / £11.99 $18.95 / £11.99
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Henri Matisse: In the Garden Leonardo da Vinci:


Meet the Artist! Meet the Artist! Emma Giuliani Meet the Artist!
Patricia Geis Patricia Geis 11 x 15.75 in Patricia Geis
8.25 x 11.75 in 8.25 x 11.75 in / 16 pp / 48 color 16 pp / color throughout 8.25 x 11.75 in / 16 pp / 16 color
16 pp / color throughout Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up
Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up 978-1-61689-282-1 978-1-61689-893-9 978-1-61689-766-6
978-1-61689-593-8 $24.95 / £15.99 $27.95 / £21.99 $24.95 / £17.99
$27.95 / £19.99 R igh ts: wor ld english R igh ts: wor ld english R igh ts: wor ld english
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Mud Book Night and Day Pablo Picasso: Vincent van Gogh:
John Cage and Lois Long Julie Safirstein Meet the Artist! Meet the Artist!
4.875 x 5 in 10 x 12.5 in Patricia Geis Patricia Geis
40 pp / 26 color 14 pp / color throughout 8.25 x 11.75 in 8.25 x 11.75 in
Hardcover / Ages: 3 and up Hardcover / Ages: 3 and up 16 pp / 48 color 16 pp / 48 color
978-1-61689-552-5 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-650-8 / $24.95 / £17.99 Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up Hardcover / Ages: 8 and up
R igh ts: Wor ld, exclu di ng I ta ly R igh ts: Wor ld English 978-1-61689-251-7 / $24.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-456-6 / $24.95 / £15.99
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Crocodile and Friends The Atlas of Amazing Birds The Brownstone


Animal Memory Game Matt Sewell Paula Scher
Natacha Andriamirado and Delphine Renon 7.85 x 8.65 in Illustrated by Stan Mack
6.375 x 6.375 x 1.25 in 128 pp / 64 color 8 x 11 in
52 cards total (26 pairs) / Ages: 3 and up Hardcover / Ages: 5–10 32 pp / 17 color
978-1-61689-704-8 / $14.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-857-1 / $19.95 Hardcover / Ages: 3–8
Rights: world English, excluding FRANCE, R igh ts: nort h a mer ic a 978-1-61689-428-3 / $17.95 / £10.99
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Seng Soun Ratanavanh

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The Colorful World of Dinosaurs A Life Made by Hand My Bison My Island


Matt Sewell Andrea D’Aquino Gaya Wisniewski Stephanie Demasse-Pottier
9 x 11.8 in 8 x 10.75 in 7.5 x 10.5 in Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh
96 pp / 55 color 40 pp / color throughout 36 pp / 20 color 9.75 x 9.75 in
Hardcover / Ages: 5–12 Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 5–8 Hardcover / Ages: 5–8 32 pp / 13 color
978-1-61689-716-1 / $17.95 978-1-61689-836-6 / $17.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-886-1 / $17.95 Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 3–5
R igh ts: Nort h A mer ic a Wor ld English R igh ts: WORLD ENGLISH 978-1-61689-813-7
$16.95 / £11.99
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Patience, Miyuki The Quiet Crocodile The Quiet Crocodile Sleep Tight, Charlie
Roxane Marie Galliez Natacha Andriamirado Goes to the Beach Michaël Escoffier and
Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh and Delphine Renon Natacha Andriamirado Kris Di Giacomo
8.5 x 11.65 in 11 x 7 in Illustrated by Delphine Renon 9 x 11.75 in
28 pp / 21 color 40 pp / 36 color 11 x 7 in / 40 pp / 17 illustrations 56 pp / 24 color
Hardcover with jacket / Ages: 5–8 Hardcover / Ages: 2–4 Hardcover / Ages: 2–4 Hardcover / Ages: 3–5
978-1-61689-843-4 978-1-61689-610-2 / $17.95 / £11.99 978-1-61689-801-4 / $17.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-599-0 / $17.95
$17.95 / £12.99 R igh ts: Wor ld English RIGHTS: WORLD ENGLISH R igh ts: Nort h A mer ic a
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US $17.95 / UK £10.99

Rand & King


Ann Rand (1918–2012) was Triangles, squares, circles,
trained as an architect under Ludwig and lines spring to life in

What
Mies van der Rohe and is the author of
several children’s books, including
vibrant bursts of color
Little 1, Sparkle and Spin, and I Know as they ask: What can I be?
a Lot of Things.

A green triangle ponders

Can I Be?
Ingrid Fiksdahl King is a painter
and professor emeritus of architecture becoming a tent, a kite, a
at NTNU Norway. She is a coauthor, Christmas tree, and the sail
with Christopher Alexander, of A Pattern of a boat . . . or why not all
Language, one of the most influential
books on architecture and planning.
of these things?
by Ann Rand

What Can I Be?


She lives in Berkeley, CA.

& Ingrid Fiksdahl King

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Jacket Illustrations ©2016 by Ingrid King
Jacket Design by Mia Johnson
Printed in China

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Strange Trees Time for Bed, Miyuki Walls What Can I Be?
Bernadette Pourquié Roxane Marie Galliez Brad Holdgrafer Ann Rand and Ingrid Fiksdahl King
8.75 x 12 in Illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh Illustrated by Jay Cover 7 x 9.5 in
40 pp / 30 color 8.5 x 11.65 in / 32 pp / 18 color 9.75 x 6.75 in / 32 pp / 13 color 32 pages / 16 color
Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up Hardcover / Ages: 5–8 Hardcover / Ages: 6–12 Hardcover / Ages: 3–5
978-1-61689-459-7 / $16.95 978-1-61689-705-5 / $17.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-709-3 / $16.95 / £11.99 978-1-61689-472-6 / $17.95 / £10.99
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Who Built That? Bridges Who Built That? Modern Houses Who Built That? Skyscrapers
Didier Cornille Didier Cornille Didier Cornille
12.5 x 5.5 in 9.75 x 6.7 in 6.7 x 9.75 in
96 pp / 90 color 84 pp / 85 color 84 pp / 70 color
Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up Hardcover / Ages: 6 and up
978-1-61689-516-7 / $17.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-263-0 / $16.95 / £10.95 978-1-61689-270-8 / $16.95 / £10.95
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Praise for Maria Dek


“Dek’s invitation to explore the forest’s
magic and to leave behind civilization,
vehicles, technology  — even other people —
feels honest and strikingly personal.
Her story itself is a journey.”
— P ublishers Weekly
Good Morning, Neighbor A Walk in the Forest
Davide Cali and Maria Dek Maria Dek
8 x 11 in 7.87 x 9.85 in
48 pp / 30 color 48 pp / 48 color
Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket
Ages: 3–7 Ages: 3–6
978-1-61689-699-7 978-1-61689-569-3
$17.95 / £12.99 $17.95 / £11.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld Eng lis h Ri ghts: World En gl i sh
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Look, It’s Raining Malo and the Merry-Go-Round When I Am Big


Mathieu Pierloot Maria Dek Maria Dek
Illustrated by Maria Dek 8 x 11 in 8 x 10 in
8 x 11 in 34 pp / 17 color 48 pp / color throughout
40 pp / 24 color Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket
Hardcover with jacket Ages: 3–7 Ages: 4 and up
Ages: 3–6 978-1-61689-875-5 978-1-61689-602-7
978-1-61689-828-1 / $17.95 $17.95 $17.95 / £12.99
R i g h ts: N o rt h Ame rica Ri ghts: WORLD EN GLISH R i gh ts: Wor l d En gl i sh
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The Fish and the Cat Little Cheetah’s Shadow


Marianne Dubuc Marianne Dubuc
7.5 x 9.5 in 7.5 x 9.85 in
92 pp / 45 color 30 pp / 15 color
Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket
Ages: 2 and up Ages: 3–7
978-1-61689-505-1 978-1-61689-840-3
$16.95 $17.95
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Otto and Pio Up the Mountain Path


Marianne Dubuc Marianne Dubuc
7.5 x 10.25 in 7.5 x 9.75 in
68 pp / 65 color 72 pp / 80 color
Hardcover with jacket Hardcover with jacket
Ages: 3–7 Ages: 3–7
978-1-61689-760-4 978-1-61689-723-9
$17.95 $17.95
RIGHTS: N ORTH AMERICA R i gh ts: N ort h A m e r i c a
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Cultivated: 1000 Piece Puzzle

Arrange a stunning modern masterpiece


of floral design with this 1000-piece jigsaw
puzzle by designer and photographer
Christin Geall. Piecing together this lush
arrangement will immerse you in her
inspired world of flowers, colors, and light.

November 2020
11 x 9 x 2.5 in box / 27.9 x 22.9 x 6.4 cm
25 x 20 in puzzle / 1000 pieces
Enclosure with puzzle image
978-1-64896-003-1 / $16.95 / £14.99
R i g h ts : Wo rld
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Also Available from Christin Geall...


Cultivated Notecards
978-1-61689-892-2 / $15.95
see page 72
Cultivated
978-1-61689-820-5 / $27.50
see page 81

Yogi Berra Notecards

New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra made


both remarkable plays and unforgettable
quips on his way to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Each pin-striped notecard features a favorite
Yogi-ism paired with envelopes with closeups
of Berra’s mid-century baseball cards.
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12 full-color envelopes (4 designs)
Enclosure with biographical sketch
978-1-61689-981-3
$15.95 / £13.99
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Every book lover’s collection
includes a few treasured favorites with frayed edges
and covers soft from wear. Richard Baker’s
remarkable paintings of vintage paperback books
capture these intimate details. The “book portraits”
feature titles by some of the most iconic writers of the
modern era, from Emily Dickinson and Mark Twain
to George Orwell and Susan Sontag.

Classic Paperbacks
Notecards & Envelopes
Richard Baker
September 2020
5.5 x 7 x 1.75 in / 14 x 17.75 x 4.5 cm
12 notecards (12 designs)
12 envelopes
With bellyband and insert
with artist statement
978-1-61689-954-7
$16.95 / £14.99
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Classic Paperbacks
Memory Game
Richard Baker

September 2020
3 x 3 x 3 in / 7.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Box with lift-off lid
26 pairs (52 cards total)
1mm thick
Enclosure with artist statement
978-1-61689-962-2
$19.95 / £17.99
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Paper Flowers Cards and Envelopes
The Art of Mary Delany

Each exquisite paper flower in this elegant collection


blooms with extraordinary detail and color.
Eighteenth-century British artist Mary Delany
created each piece by cutting and layering tiny pieces
of paper on black ink backgrounds. The fine shading
and depth are as intricately detailed as a botanical
illustration and scientifically accurate as well. Printed
on thick, textured paper, the set features sunflowers,
rhododendron, cornflower, water lilies, and more.
Perfect for any occasion that warrants beauty and
sophistication.

September 2020
5.5 x 7 x 1.75 in / 14 x 17.75 x 4.5 cm
12 flat cards (12 designs)
12 envelopes
With bellyband and insert
with artist biography
978-1-61689-948-6
$16.95 / £14.99
R i g h ts : Wo rld
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Celebrate the bold, modern,
and colorful art of the Otomi in the
Otomi Notecards and Otomi Journal. Vibrant patterns
leap off the page with fully embossed designs that
mimic the raised texture of the traditional embroidery
of the Otomi people, who are indigenous to central
Mexico. Both include a historical description of
Otomi embroidery, which is both a current trend
and an enduring art form.

Otomi Journal
Embroidered Textile
Art from Mexico
September 2020
5.75 x 8.25 in / 14.5 x 21 cm
160 pp
Embossed softcover
978-1-61689-943-1
$18.95 / £16.99
R i g h ts : Wo rld
51895

9 781616 899431

Otomi Notecards
Embroidered Textile
Art from Mexico
September 2020
4.75 x 6.125 x 1.5 in / 12 x 15 x 4 cm
12 embossed notecards (4 designs, 3 of each)
12 envelopes (4 colors, 3 of each)
Enclosure with history of Otomi textile art
978-1-61689-938-7
FROM OTOMI NOTECARDS. © 2020 PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS FROM OTOMI NOTECARDS. © 2020 PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS FROM OTOMI NOTECARDS. © 2020 PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS FROM OTOMI NOTECARDS. © 2020 PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS

$15.95 / £13.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld
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Cards for Sad Times
Brian Rea

Brian Rea’s Cards for Sad Times express comfort


and warmth during life’s difficult moments. The
ten designs touch on relatable modern
experiences, from a rocky patch in a relationship
or a hard diagnosis to those not often expressed
in traditional sympathy cards, like the challenges
of parenting, loneliness, or surviving a bad break-
up. Fans of Brian Rea’s illustrations for the
popular New York Times column Modern Love
will recognize his engaging style, perfect for
conveying encouragement and empathy.

Brian Rea produces drawings and paintings for


magazines, murals, and fashion and film projects
around the world. His work has been exhibited
in Paris, New York, Seoul, Los Angeles, and
Barcelona. He is an adjunct associate professor
at ArtCenter College of Design and a member
of Alliance Graphique Internationale. He lives
in Los Angeles with his wife, son, and plants.

September 2020
5.5 x 7 x 1.75 in / 14 x 18 x 4.5 cm
10 notecards (10 designs)
10 envelopes ( 5 colors, 4 of each )
Keepsake box
Enclosure with artist statement
978-1-61689-952-3
$16.95 / £14.99
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Brian Rea...
Thinking of  You Notecards
978-1-61689-629-4 / $18.95
see page 73
Avoid This
978-1-61689-958-5 / $14.95
see page 12

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Poppy Crew

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

SPECIAL BIRTHDAY WISHES

Monika Forsberg

HAPPY HAPPY
BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAY

Maya Hanisch
Birthday Box
Birthday Cards for Everyone You Know

A Birthday Box bursting with birthday cheer! Find the HAP


P Y B I R T H DAY

perfect birthday card—from silly to sophisticated—for


everyone in your life. Slide open the matchbox-style box H
AP
P Y B I RT H D
AY

to discover twenty designs and twenty envelopes in five


bold colors that make these cards a joyful celebration
from the moment they’re received.

Beatrix Hatcher
Artwork by Poppy Crew, Monika Forsberg, Maya
Hanisch, Beatrix Hatcher, and Lieke van der Vorst.

October 2020
2.2 x 4.6 x 6.1 in / 5.56 x 11.75 x 15.56 cm
20 notecards (20 designs)
20 envelopes (5 colors)
12-page booklet with artists Q&A
978-1-61689-949-3
$19.95 / £17.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld
Lieke van der Vorst
51995

9 781616 899493 Happy Birthday!


Happy
Birthday!
Also Available...
Thank You Box
978-1-61689-856-4 / $19.95
see page 73

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Sea Stamps Stamp Bugs
25 stamps + 2 ink pads 25 stamps + 2 ink pads
Louise Lockhart Barbara Dziadosz
10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in 10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in
Matchbox-style box / 25 wood-backed rubber stamps Matchbox-style box / 25 wood-backed rubber stamps
Double pad / 2 colors of ink (teal and coral) Double pad / 2 colors of ink (yellow and gray)
978-1-61689-894-6 / $24.95 / £19.99 978-1-61689-809-0 / $24.95 / £19.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld R i gh ts: Wor l d
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Stamp Garden Stampville


25 stamps + 2 ink pads 25 stamps + 2 ink pads
Coralie Bickford-Smith Aurelien Debat
10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in 10.5 x 1.75 x 3.5 in
Matchbox-style box / 25 wood-backed rubber stamps Matchbox-style box / 25 wood-backed rubber stamps
Double pad / 2 colors of ink (green and pink) Double pad / 2 colors of ink (yellow and blue)
978-1-61689-680-5 / $24.95 / £19.99 978-1-61689-601-0 / $24.95 / £19.99
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Grids & Guides Eco


A Notebook for
“These days, I no longer settle. There’s a
Ecological Thinkers
better option out there. I’ve tasted the fine wine 5.75 x 8.25 in
and I can’t go back. It is the Princeton 160 pp
210° Architectural Press Grids & Guides Notebook, 330° Hardcover, reusable 1/2 jacket
with map and calendar
and it is not like Other Notebooks.” 978-1-61689-881-6
—The Strategist, NY Magazine $16.95 / £14.99
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Grids & Guides, Black Grids & Guides, Gray Grids & Guides, Navy Grids & Guides, Red
A Notebook for A Notebook for A Notebook for A Notebook for
Visual Thinkers Visual Thinkers Visual Thinkers Visual Thinkers
5.75 x 8.25 in 5.75 x 8.25 in 5.75 x 8.25 in 5.75 x 8.25 in
160 pp / Hardcover 160 pp / Hardcover 160 pp / Hardcover 160 pp / Hardcover
Cloth-covered Cloth-covered Cloth-covered Cloth-covered
1/2-jacket 1/2-jacket 1/2-jacket 1/2-jacket
978-1-61689-232-6 978-1-61689-527-3 978-1-61689-732-1 978-1-61689-422-1
$16.95 / £12.99 $16.95 / £12.99 $16.95 / £13.99 $16.95 / £12.99
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Grids & Guides Grids & Guides Grids & Guides Grids & Guides List Pads
Softcover Black Tracebook Notepads 3 List Pads
2 Notebooks 2 Tracing Paper Notebooks 3 Notepads 3 x 9 in
5.75 x 8.25 in 5.75 x 8.25 in 6 x 9 in black, blue, and gray
Thick paper cover bound with bellyband green, blue, and red 80 sheets each,
with stamped grid 60 sheets each / sewn spine 50 sheets each, bound at top
80 pp each 978-1-61689-642-3 bound at top 978-1-61689-815-1
8 grids each, 8 guides each $18.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-370-5 $14.95 / £12.99
978-1-61689-866-3 Ri ghts: World $14.95 / £10.99 R i gh ts: Wor l d
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Grids & Guides Pencils Grids & Guides Micro Grids & Guides Micro Grids & Guides
A Pencil Set Blue Black Drawing Pad
for Visual Thinkers Pocket-Size Notebooks Pocket-Size Notebooks 14 x 10 in
7 x 2 x .7 in 3 x 4.25 in 3 x 4.25 in 50 sheets of graph paper
12 single-sided, hexagonal, 60 sheets 60 sheets in 3 patterns / perforated,
sharpened pencils: 6 black perforated micro grid pages perforated micro grid pages thick black backing board
graphite, 6 blue color Flip-open cover Flip-open cover 978-1-61689-635-5
Includes ruler with die cuts 978-1-61689-763-5 978-1-61689-756-7 $16.95 / £14.99
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GRIDS AND GUIDES 67


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 / 128 pp / 100 color 7 x 9 in / 160 pp / 16 full-color pages 3.5 x 3.5 x 4.125 in
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-048-3 Hardcover, ribbon marker 52 cards total (26 pairs)
$29.95 / £19.99 978-1-61689-799-4 / $18.95 / £13.99 978-1-61689-543-3 / $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 / Set of 4 lined journals 5.25 x 6.5 in / 12 full-color notecards 5 x 7 in / 24 postcards
64 pp each / Paperback with sewn spine (6 designs) with envelopes (12 designs) with envelopes
978-1-61689-296-8 / $16.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-147-3 / $16.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-795-6 / $15.95 / £11.99
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68 WOODCUT FAMILY
Fredericks & Mae
Playing Cards
2.875 x 3.75 x 1 in
Box with lift-off lid
foil stamping
54 full-color playing cards
32-pp booklet
978-1-61689-359-0
$12.95 / £9.99
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Fredericks & Mae


Paper Games
5 tear-off pads
5 x 5 x 2.25 in
150 sheets per pad
978-1-61689-531-0
$19.95 / £16.99
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Fredericks & Mae


Animal Masks Notecards
5.5 x 6.5 in
12 full-color notecards
6 die-cut designs (2 of each)
978-1-61689-367-5
$16.95 / £12.99
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Ex Libris: Fifty Postcards
4.25 x 6.125 x 1.625 in box
50 cards (50 designs)
Enclosure with history of bookplates
Box with slide-out drawer and ribbon
978-1-61689-878-6
$18.95 / £16.99
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Ex Libris: A Journal
4.75 x 6.5 in
216 pp / 60 illustrations
Hardcover, cloth-covered
E x - l i b r i s J O U R NA L

Ribbon marker
978-1-61689-863-2
$16.95 / £14.99
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Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson


Notebook Notepads Notecards
5.75 x 8.25 in 3 x 9 in 6 x 4.75 in
160 pp / 60 color images Set of 3 notepads 12 notecards
Hardcover, cloth spine, 80 sheets each, (4 quotes repeating 3 times)
ribbon marker bound at the top 12 full-color envelopes
978-1-61689-686-7 978-1-61689-812-0 978-1-61689-580-8
$18.95 / £15.99 $14.95 / £12.99 $14.95 / £10.99
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70 LIT LOVERS
Buddha Notecards Einstein Notecards Abraham Lincoln 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
978-1-61689-519-8 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-576-1 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-852-6 / $15.95 / £13.99
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William Morris Notecards John Muir Notecards Thoreau 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
978-1-61689-525-9 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-652-2 / $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-488-7 / $14.95 / £10.99
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Mark Twain Notecards Walt Whitman Notecards Virginia Woolf 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
978-1-61689-861-8 / $15.95 / £13.99 978-1-61689-677-5 / $14.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-884-7 / $15.95 / £13.99
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QUOTE CARDS 71
Architectural Classics Art Deco Notecards Birthday Box
Twenty Cards & Envelopes Coralie Bickford-Smith 7 x 5.5 in
9 x 6 in 5 x 6 in 20 notecards (20 designs)
20 flat cards (20 designs) 10 notecards (4 designs) 20 envelopes (5 colors)
20 envelopes 10 envelopes (2 designs) 978-1-61689-695-9
978-1-61689-847-2 Foil-stamped box, cards, and envelopes $19.95 / £7.99
$24.95 / £21.99 978-1-61689-740-6 / $18.95 / £15.99 R i gh ts: Wor l d
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Color Theory Notecards Cultivated Notecards Finding Home Notecards


Mimi Robinson Christin Geall Photographs by Traer Scott
5.5 x 7 in 4.75 x 6.125 in 4.25 x 6 in
12 notecards (6 designs) 12 notecards (12 designs) 12 notecards (12 designs)
12 envelopes (4 designs) 12 envelopes 12 envelopes
978-1-61689-585-3 / $16.95 / £12.99 978-1-61689-892-2 / $15.95 / £13.99 978-1-61689-522-8 / $15.95 / £13.99
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Herbaria Notecards Little Notes: African Batik Little Notes: Katazome


The Pressed Plant Collection 4.5 x 3.5 in 4.5 x 3.5 in
of Beatrix Farrand 30 sheets (10 designs) 30 sheets (10 designs)
5.5 x 7 in 30 envelopes (10 designs) 30 envelopes (10 designs)
12 notecards (12 designs) / 12 envelopes Box with slide-out drawer / twill ribbon Box with slide-out drawer / twill ribbon
978-1-61689-906-6 / $16.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-913-4 / $16.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-902-8 / $16.95 / £14.99
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72 NOTECARDS & STATIONERY


Radiant Notecards San Francisco: Sauvage Notecards
Photographs by Traer Scott Portrait of a City Triboro Design
4.75 x 6 in Notecards 4.25 x 5.25 in
12 notecards (12 designs) 5.75 x 7 in 12 notecards (12 designs)
12 envelopes 12 duotone notecards and envelopes 12 envelopes
978-1-61689-844-1 978-1-61689-484-9 978-1-61689-807-6
$15.95 / £13.99 $15.95 / £11.99 $14.95 / £12.99
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Sigrid Calon Notecards Sunprint Notecards Thank You Box


4.5 x 6.375 in The Cyanotypes of Anna Atkins Twenty Thank-You Cards by Five Artists
12 deluxe perforated notecards 5.75 x 7 in 7 x 5.5 in / 20 notecards (20 designs)
(12 designs) 12 envelopes 12 notecards (12 designs) / 12 envelopes 20 envelopes (5 colors)
978-1-61689-417-7 978-1-61689-591-4 978-1-61689-856-4
$16.95 / £12.99 $16.95 / £14.99 $19.95 / £17.99
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The Seasons Thinking of  You Notecards Wild Sea Notecards


Superfolk Brian Rea Superfolk
5.5 x 3.75 in 5.75 x 7 in 5.5 x 7 in
20 correspondence cards (4 designs) 20 notecards (20 designs) 12 notecards (6 designs)
20 envelopes 20 envelopes 12 envelopes
978-1-61689-802-1 / $18.95 / £15.99 978-1-61689-629-4 / $18.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-682-9 / $16.95 / £14.99
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Animal Box Button Box The Night Sky
100 Postcards by 10 Artists 100 Postcards 50 Postcards
4.25 x 6.25 in 4.5 x 6.5 in 3.875 x 5.625 in
100 full-color postcards 100 full-color postcards 50 full-color postcards
10 tabbed dividers 6 tabbed dividers 978-1-61689-734-5
978-1-61689-348-4 / $19.95 / £14.99 978-1-61689-724-6 / $19.95 / £16.99 $16.95 / £14.99
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Dear Data Postcard Kit Fifty Type Specimens Flower Box


Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec Tobias Frere-Jones 100 Postcards by 10 Artists
5 x 7 in / 20 postcards with prompts 4.25 x 5.375 in 4.25 x 6.25 in
12 postcard art prints / 2 packets / 50 postcards 100 full-color postcards
4-color how-to booklet 978-1-61689-644-7 10 tabbed dividers
978-1-61689-632-4 / $16.95 / £14.99 $24.95 / £23.99 978-1-61689-671-3 / $19.95 / £16.99
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Living Pattern Pattern Box Curious Feast


Postcard Packet 100 Postcards by 10 Contemporary 100 Postcards by 10 Artists
5 x 7 in / 24 postcards Pattern Designers 4.25 x 6.25 in
(12 designs) 4.25 x 6.25 in 100 full-color postcards
Keepsake envelope, bellyband 100 full-color postcards 10 tabbed dividers
978-1-61689-598-3 / $15.95 / £11.99 10 tabbed dividers 978-1-61689-470-2 / $19.95 / £14.99
R i g h ts: Wo rld 978-1-61689-188-6 / $21.95 / £15.99 R i gh ts: Wor l d
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74 POSTCARDS
An Architect’s Pencil Set Perfetto Pencils Tutti Frutti Pencils
The Colors of Michael Graves Louise Fili Louise Fili
Michael Graves Architecture 7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in 7.375 x 2.25 x 0.875 in
& Design 12 sharpened double-sided pencils 12 sharpened double-sided pencils
7.25 x 7.5 x .625 in 2 colors: red/black 6 colors: red/green, blue/orange,
24 sharpened colored pencils 978-1-61689-243-2 yellow/purple
978-1-61689-752-9 $14.95 / £10.99 978-1-61689-337-8
$24.95 / £19.99 Ri ghts: world $14.95 / £10.99
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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
Hardcover, bellyband (4 designs) black graphite (6 designs)
2 ribbons: black and red 978-1-61689-534-1 978-1-61689-745-1
978-1-61689-625-6 / $18.95 / £14.99 $16.95 / £14.99 $14.95 / £12.99
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PENCILS AND OLIVETTI SERIES 75


The Architect Says Notebooks Color I Am a Man
4.25 x 5.75 in A Sketchbook Journal
Set of 3 gridded notebooks 8.25 x 11 in 4.375 x 7 in
64 pp each 140 pp / 40 color 142 pp / lined
Foil-stamped paperback Wire-O bound hardcover journal Paperback
with sewn spine 978-1-61689-855-7 978-1-61689-253-1
978-1-61689-427-6 $22.95 / £19.99 $10.95 / £7.99
$14.95 / £10.99 Ri ghts: World R i gh ts: Wor l d
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Night Owl Journal Observe, Collect, Draw! Thoreau Notebook


5.25 x 7.25 in A Visual Journal 5.75 x 8.25 in
160 pp / lined / black edging Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec 160 pp / 26 color
Hardcover 7 x 9 in Hardcover, cloth spine,
978-1-61689-425-2 160 pp / full color ribbon marker
$14.95 / £10.99 Textured hardcover 978-1-61689-744-4
R i g h ts : Wo rld 978-1-61689-714-7 / $18.95 / £15.99 $18.95 / £15.99
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76 JOURNALS & SKETCHBOOKS


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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Tesori: Three Keepsake Tins Le Corbusier Modulor Rule
Louise Fili Fondation Le Corbusier
5.5 x 4 x 1.25 in 4 cm x 235 cm long
Set of three nested tins Flexible metric rule
978-1-61689-858-8 978-1-56898-060-7
$24.95 / £21.99 $45.00 / £35.00
R i g h ts : Wo rld R i gh ts: Wor l d
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Clip Art Mail Box Stenciletter


20 Historical Paper Clips Twenty Envelopes for Sending, Stencil Lettering Kit
8.5 x 4.5 in Sorting, Saving, and Collecting Charles & Thorn
20 paper clips 9.5 x 5.75 in 5.75 x 8.25 in
(10 designs, 2 of each) 20 envelopes, assorted sizes 100 pp / 12 pp of history, instruction,
silver and brass (5 designs, 4 of each) inspiration / 88 pp dot-grid / Singer sewn
978-1-61689-697-3 978-1-61689-589-1 4 die-cut stencils
$15.00 / £13.99 $16.95 / £13.99 978-1-61689-805-2 / $19.95 / £16.99
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Recent Highlights

Fall 2020 | Backlist 79


Recent Highlights

The Architecture of Trees


Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi
9.87 x 14.75 in
424 pp / 400+ color & b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-806-9 / $125.00 / £90.00
RIGHTS : WORLD E N GLISH
12500

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 legendary and unsurpassed botanical masterwork


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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

This Is What Democracy Looked Like


A Visual History of the Printed Ballot
Alicia Yin Cheng
Foreword by Julian E. Zelizer
6.75 x 10.25 in
176 pp / 200 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-887-8 / $29.95 / £25.00
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 his Is What Democracy Looked Like, the first illustrated


T
history of printed ballot design, illuminates the noble but
often flawed process at the heart of our democracy. An
exploration and celebration of US ballots from the
nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this visual history
reveals unregulated, outlandish, and, at times, absurd
designs that reflect the explosive growth and changing face
of the voting public.

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Recent Highlights

Cultivated
The Elements of Floral Style
Christin Geall
7 x 9.5 in
224 pp / 90 color / Hardcover
978-1-61689-820-5 / $27.50 / £19.99
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 richly informative work on the principles of floral style that


A
elevates floral design to fine art, pairing universal lessons,
personal anecdotes, and historical reference with Christin
Geall’s stunning photographs of her own lush designs.

“ . ..a harvest of beautiful things, overlaying an impressive depth of


research and authoritative advice on all the practical skills to know
to become a good flower arranger.”
— Sarah Raven, flower grower and award-winning writer

“ Christin Geall is the rare talent who has the eye of an artist,
the pen of a poet, and the heart of a gardener.”
— Erin Benzakein, author of Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden

Natural Palettes
Inspiration from Plant-Based Color
Sasha Duerr
5.75 x 7.25 in
448 pp / 700 color / Paperback with flaps
978-1-61689-792-5 / $29.95 / £21.99
R i gh ts: WORLD
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 nvision a new age of fresh, modern color palettes in this


E
innovative plant-based color guide that includes twenty-five
palettes with five hundred natural color swatches.

“ The plant lover’s alternative to the Pantone color guide.”


— Julia Sherman, creator of Salad for President

“ . ..a timely new color guide for a more sustainable way of living
with nature.”
— Sarah Lonsdale, cofounder of Remodelista and coauthor
of Foraged Flora: A Year of Gathering and Arranging Wild
Plants and Flowers

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Great Gifts

W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits Posters for Change A Life Made by Hand


Visualizing Black America Tear, Paste, Protest: The Story of Ruth Asawa
Whitney Battle-Baptiste 50 Removable Posters Andrea D’Aquino
and Britt Rusert, editors Princeton Architectural Press 978-1-61689-836-6
978-1-61689-706-2 978-1-61689-692-8 $17.95 / £12.99
$29.95 / £21.99 $25.00 / £21.99 Ages: 5–8

Guide to Historic Artists’ The Little Gardener Letters to a Young Farmer


Homes & Studios Helping Children Connect On Food, Farming, and Our Future
Valerie A. Balint and with the Natural World Stone Barns Center for
the National Trust Julie A. Cerny Food and Agriculture
for Historic Preservation Illustrated by Ysemay Dercon 978-1-61689-530-3
978-1-61689-773-4 5.5 x 8 in $19.95 / £12.99
$29.95 / £25.0 978-1-61689-860-1
$24.95 / £18.99

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Architecture

Canadian Modern Architecture Where Today Meets Tomorrow Tom Kundig


1967 to the Present Eero Saarinen and the General Working Title
Elsa Lam and Motors Technical Center Tom Kundig
Graham Livesey, editors Susan Skarsgard 978-1-61689-899-1
978-1-61689-645-4 978-1-61689-769-7 $80.00 / £60.00
$55.00 / £40.00 $60.00 / £45.00

Manual of Section Powerhouse A-frame


Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, The Life and Work Second Edition
and David J. Lewis of Judith Chafee Chad Randl
978-1-61689-255-5 Christopher Domin 978-1-61689-905-9
$29.95 / £18.99 and Kathryn McGuire $29.95 / £21.99
978-1-61689-717-8
$50.00 / £35.00

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Graphic Design

Thinking with Type, 2nd Graphic Design Graphic Design Thinking


Edition, Revised and Expanded The New Basics Beyond Brainstorming
A Critical Guide for Designers, Revised and Updated Ellen Lupton, editor
Writers, Editors, and Students Ellen Lupton and 978-1-56898-979-2
Ellen Lupton Jennifer Cole Phillips $24.95 / £16.99
978-1-56898-969-3 978-1-61689-332-3
$27.50 / £18.99 $35.00 / £25.00

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 Ellen Lupton and J. Abbott Miller, with JavaScript in p5.js
Mark van Wageningen editors Benedikt Groß, Hartmut Bohnacker,
978-1-61689-846-5 978-1-61689-798-7 Julia Laub, and Claudius Lazzeroni
$35.00 / £25.00 $29.95 / £21.99 978-1-61689-758-1
$45.00 / £35.00

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Backlist

Architecture 86
Landscape Architecture & Urbanism 93
Design 94
Arts & Photography 98
Visual & Popular Culture 101
Architecture

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30 Years of Emerging Voices A-frame, Second Edition Amherst College:
The Architectural League Chad Randl The Campus Guide
of New York 8 × 8.75 in Blair Kamin
8 x 10 in 208 pp / 150 color & 75 b+w 6.25 x 10 in
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Architectural Regionalism Architecture and Feminism The Art of Earth Architecture Atlas of Novel Tectonics
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6 x 9 in Carol Henderson, editors 9.5 x 12 in 5 x 7.5 in
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The Baltimore Rowhouse Beach Houses The Buildings and Designs Bunker Archeology
Mary Ellen Hayward, Alastair Gordon of Andrea Palladio Paul Virilio
Charles Belfoure 10.25 x 8 in Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi 6.5 x 10.5 in
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California Contemporary Canadian Modern Architecture Chandigarh Revealed Citizens of No Place


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Color for Architects The Complete Works of Compression The Dakota


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Digital Fabrications Edifices de Rome Moderne Edifices de Rome Moderne The Ethical Architect
Lisa Iwamoto Paul Letarouilly Paul Letarouilly Tom Spector
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Ethics for Architects Flesh Form Follows Finance Frank Lloyd Wright’s
Thomas Fisher Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio Carol Willis Martin House
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152 pp 256 pp / 68 color / 300 b+w 224 pp / 170 b+w 7.5 x 10 in
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Gates of Harvard Yard Guastavino Vaulting Harvard University: The Havana Guide
Blair Kamin, editor John Ochsendorf, The Campus Guide Eduardo Rodriguez
5 x 7 in Michael Freeman Douglass Shand-Tucci 5.5 x 9 in
144 pp / 100 color / 20 b+w 8.3 x 11 in 6.3 x 10 in 288 pp / 16 color / 270 b+w
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Infinite Suburbia Interactive Architecture John McAndrew’s L’Architecture


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and Joel Kotkin, with 7 x 8.5 in Mardges Bacon 9 x 12 in
Celina Balderas Guzmán 176 pp / 200 color / 47 b+w 7 x 9.5 in 328 pp / 300 b+w
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Le Corbusier Modulor Rule Louis I. Kahn: Conversations Manual of Section Mary Colter
Fondation Le Corbusier with Students Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, Arnold Berke
4 cm x 235 cm long Louis Kahn and David J. Lewis 10 x 8 in
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Michael Graves: Minka Model Making The New Farm


Images of a Grand Tour John Roderick Megan Werner Daniel P. Gregory
Brian Ambroziak 6 x 9 in 7 x 8.5 in 8 x 10 in
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Palazzos of Power Pamphlet Architecture 13: Pamphlet Architecture 28: Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses
Joseph E. B. Elliot and Aaron V. Edge of a City Augmented Landscapes Christopher Domin and Joseph King
Wunsch, Foreword by David E. Nye Steven Holl Smout Allen 10 x 8 in
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Plan of Chicago Points and Lines Powerhouse Princeton University, Second


Daniel H. Burnham, Stan Allen Christopher Domin Edition: The Campus Guide
Edward H. Bennett 8 x 10 in and Kathryn McGuire Robert Spencer Barnett
9 x 12 in 160 pp / 160 b+w 10 x 8.5 in 6.25 x 10 in
268 pp / 48 color / 94 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-155-0 272 pp / 252 color 352 pp / 250 color
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Printing Architecture Projects and  Their Consequences The Project of Autonomy Rural Studio
Emerging Objects / Ronald Rael Reiser + Umemoto Pier Vittorio Aureli Andrea Oppenheimer Dean,
and Virginia San Fratello 9 x 12 in 5.5 x 8.5 in Timothy Hursley
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Rural Studio at Twenty The Sea Ranch Selected Works of McKim, Sexuality and Space
Andrew Freear, Elena Barthel, Donlyn Lyndon, Jim Alinder Mead & White, 1879 –1915 Beatriz Colomina
Andrea Oppenheimer Dean, 11 x 11 in Charles Follen McKim, William 6 x 9 in
Timothy Hursley 304 pp / 200 color / 170 b+w Rutherford Mead, and Stanford White 400 pp / 120 b+w
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Single-Handedly Speaking of Buildings Studio Joy  Works Sustainable Design


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Tadao Ando: Conversations Theorizing a New Agenda Tom Kundig: Houses Tom Kundig: Houses 2
with Students for Architecture Dung Ngo Tom Kundig
Tadao Ando, Matthew Hunter Kate Nesbitt 8 x 10 in 9.5 x 11.8 in
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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
John Z. Wang, an illustrator and artist, graduated • A far-reaching introduction by Martin L. Friedland, author of Associates; Montgomery Sisam Architects; Moriyama
The University of Toronto: A History, explains the origins of the
with a degree in architecture from Tsinghua University, institution, the physical evolution of the three campuses, and
& Teshima Architects; Morphosis; NADAAA;
Beijing in 1963. After working for more than two the dynamic relationship of the university to the City of Toronto. Patkau Architects; Perkins + Will Architects; Robert
decades as an architectural designer and earning a second • University of Toronto: The Campus Guide is the 33rd edition A. M. Stern Architects; Saucier + Perrotte; Shim-
master’s degree from the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Princeton Architectural Press’s Campus Guide series of Sutcliffe Architects; Superkül; Taylor Smyth Architects;
in Copenhagen, Denmark, he moved to the United States. leading colleges and universities in North America. Teeple Architects; Urban Strategies; The Ventin
He has since established Archistudio, a studio dedicated Group; Weiss/Manfredi Architects; and Zeidler
other titLes in this series
to creating fine art and architectural illustrations. Partnership Architects.
Brown University Smith College
Cranbrook University of California, San Diego
Duke University University of Chicago Author Larry Richards is an insightful and
Princeton Architectural Press
Harvard University University of Toronto knowledgeable guide to the secrets and treasures of
Illinois Institute of Technology University of Virginia
www.papress.com this eminent college. With beautiful photographs,
MIT University of Washington
Northwestern University West Point U.S. Military Academy superb three-dimensional maps, and compelling essays

RICHARDS
Princeton University Yale University exploring the history and architectural development
An Architectural tour by
of the university over nearly 170 years, University
Larry Wayne Richards
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Tom Kundig: Working Title Tom Kundig: Works Transmaterial Next University of Toronto: The Campus
Tom Kundig Tom Kundig Edited by Blaine Brownell Guide, Second Edition
10 x 12 in 9.5 x 11.875 in 6.75 x 9 in Larry Wayne Richards
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The Vatican and Saint Peter’s Victor Lundy Williams College: Where Today Meets Tomorrow
Basilica of Rome Edited by Donna Kacmar The Campus Guide Susan Skarsgard
Paul Letarouilly 8.5 x 10.5 in Eugene J. Johnson and Michael J. Lewis 9.25 x 12 in
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Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Writing about Architecture Yale University: The Campus
Lloyd Wright Public Places, Alexandra Lange Guide, Second Edition
Fourth Edition 7 x 8.5 in Patrick L. Pinnell
The Frank Lloyd Wright 192 pp / 20 b+w 6.25 x 10 in
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The Architecture of Trees Bernard Trainor Cartographic Grounds


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Coen+Partners Ladders The Landscape Imagination The Landscape Urbanism Reader


Foreword by Mikyoung Kim Second Edition James Corner, Alison Hirsch Charles Waldheim
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Local Code Patkau Architects Site Thinking the


Nicholas de Monchaux Material Operations Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner Contemporary Landscape
7 x 9 in Patkau Architects 10 x 13 in Christopher Girot and
240 pp / 3,500 color 8 x 10 in 312 pp / 228 color Dora Imhof, editors
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Design

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Subnature A2Z+ A Few Minutes of Design


David Gissen Edited by Julian Rothenstein Emily Campbell
7 x 9 in 8.25 x 11.75 in 4.125 x 5.875 in
224 pp / 80 color / 65 b+w 320 pp / 260 color & 60 b+w 54 cards in slipcase
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Ellen Lupton and Manuel Lima Manuel Lima Franziska Morlok and
J. Abbott Miller, editors 8.5 x 10.5 in 7.5 x 10 in Miriam Waszelewski
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COFFEE LIDS
“A thousand years from now, when alien “This is a far, far deeper dive than HARPMAN
anthropologists attempt to understand other mortals have ever dared into SPECHT If you’re one of the billions of people
the homo caffeinatus of late modernity, the aesthetics and industrial, cultural, worldwide who begin the day with a
they will find no better guide than this and design history of the all-too- cup of take-out coffee, you may have
COFFEE LIDS

absorbing, beautiful book. The many human struggle to prevent hot coffee
marveled at the ubiquitous plastic coffee
technical solutions for transforming the from sloshing in unwelcome ways.”
leisurely, social act of drinking coffee into cup lid. With its clever combination of
— mark Singer
a mechanism by which caffeine could the New Yorker indentations, protrusions, tabs, and score
be delivered into the central nervous lines that can be peeled, pinched, and
systems of today’s rushed citizens will no punctured to create an opening for
louiSe Harpman doubt make our future visitors gasp at “There’s something poignant about
is an architect, educator, and designing a mass-produced object sipping, this design artifact allows coffee
the absurd ingenuity of the primate that
irrational optimist. She lives once ruled this planet.” 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
and works in New York City, where — Sina najafi
era, the disposable coffee cup lid
she delights in discovering Editor in Chief, Cabinet magazine hazards of cascading, piping-hot liquid.
fulfills its purpose when it’s forgettable
design objects that are hiding but effective. And as we discover
in plain sight. “A close examination of everyday, even in this short, deft, caffeinated volume, Louise Harpman and Scott Specht have
mundane objects can be the starting the quest for perfection—for spill- collected these humble triumphs of
point for drawing wider conclusions about proof sublimity—is far from over.” industrial design, in their many variations,
the world. Gottfried Semper and Adolf — caroline Baumann for decades, creating the world’s largest
Loos analyzed ancient vases and speculated Director, Cooper Hewitt,
about the lives of the people who made collection of coffee cup lids. In addition
Smithsonian Design Museum
and used them; Louise Harpman and to life-size specimen photographs,
Scott Specht do the same with coffee lids.” Coffee Lids includes essays charting the
— Deyan SuDjic history, development, and categorization
Director, the Design Museum, London of the coffee lid; a field guide to lid
US $19.95 UK £14.99
ISBN 978-1-61689-656-0
features; and numerous original patent
Scott SpecHt “From slits and slots to slosh drainage 51995 drawings. This quirky design exploration
is an architect, developer, systems and condiment capsules, this will delight anyone who takes note of
magical little book is a tour de force of
and researcher and can make the small bits of genius that surround us
observational awareness, sitting squarely
anything out of corrugated at the nexus of meaning, making, and every day. You’ll never look at your drink-
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1 2 3 4
doctor’s order from ingesting reading for every barista on the planet.” PEEL PINCH PUCKER PUNCTURE the same way again.
caffeine. — j eSSica HelfanD Princeton Architectural Press
Design Observer www.papress.com LO U I S E H A R P M A N A N D S C OT T S P EC H T

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Bruno Munari: The Business of Design Coffee Lids A Colorful Life


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Bruno Munari 8 x 10 in 5.5 x 6 in 7.5 x 10 in
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Andrew Shea Helen 9Armstrong,
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3088 Louise Fili Gail Greet Hannah
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168 pp / 150 color 7 x 8.5 in 256 pp / 350 color 160 pp / 150 color
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Form + Code in Design, Geometry of Design, Second Generative Design: Processing Generative Design: JavaScript p5.js
Art, and Architecture Edition, Revised and Updated Benedikt Groß, Hartmut Bohnacker, Benedikt Groß, Hartmut Bohnacker,
Casey Reas et al. Kimberly Elam Julia Laub, and Claudius Lazzeroni Julia Laub, and Claudius Lazzeroni
7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in 8 x 11.2 in / 472 pp / 1500 color 7.4 x 10.4 in / 256 pp / 500 color & b+w
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The Golden Secrets of Lettering Graphic Design Discourse Graphic Design: The New Basics, Graphic Design Rules
Martina Flor Edited by Henry Hongmin Kim Revised and Updated Sean Adams, Peter Dawson, John
8.27 x 9.45 in 6.125 x 9.25 in Ellen Lupton, Jennifer Cole Phillips Foster, and Tony Seddon
168 pp / over 300 color and b+w 480 pp / 18 b+w 8 x 9 in / 264 pp / 400 color / 30 b+w 6.5 x 8.5 in
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Graphic Design Theory Graphic Design Thinking Grid Systems Gràfica de les Rambles​
Helen Armstrong Ellen Lupton Kimberly Elam Louise Fili
7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in 8.5 x 10.5 in
152 pp / 41 color / 32 b+w 184 pp / 240 color / 125 b+w 120 pp / 45 color / 200 b+w 264 pp / 375 color & 10 b+w
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Grafica della Strada Hand Job How to be a Graphic Designer Indie Publishing
Louise Fili Mike Perry Without Losing Your Soul, Ellen Lupton
9 x 6.5 in 8 x 10 in New Edition 7 x 8.5 in
264 pp / 440 color 256 pp / 500 color Adrian Shaughnessy 176 pp / 270 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-269-2 Paperback / 978-1-56898-626-5 7.5 x 9 in / 176 pp / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-760-6
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In the Darkness of the Night Lettering & Type Make It Bigger Making Books
Bruno Munari Bruce Willen et al. Paula Scher London Centre for Book Arts
6.25 x 9 in 7 x 8.5 in 9.5 x 6.5 in 7.5 x 10 in
60 pp 144 pp / 515 color 272 pp / 300 color 192 pp / 150 color & b+w
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The Minard System Never Use Futura Now You See It and Paul Rand: Conversations
Sandra Rendgen Douglas Thomas Other Essays on Design with Students
9 x 12 in 5.5 x 8 in Michael Bierut Michael Kroeger
176 pp / 82 color 208 pp / 105 2-color / 67 b+w 6 x 9 in / 272 pp / 35 b+w 5.5 x 8 in / 96 pp / 30 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-633-1 Paperback / 978-1-61689-572-3 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-624-9 Paperback / 978-1-56898-725-5
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Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art Paula Scher: Twenty-Five Years Presenting Shakespeare Pulled
Paul Rand at the Public, A Love Story Mirko Ilić, Steven Heller Mike Perry
Afterword by Steven Heller Paula Scher Preface by Julie Taymor 8 x 10 in
7.5 x 10 in 7.25 x 9.625 in 7 x 11 in 256 pp / 256 color
256 pp / 153 b+w / 55 color 256 pp / 400 color 320 pp / 1,100 color Paperback / 978-1-56898-943-3
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Screenprinting The Senses Seventy-nine Short Essays Thinking with Type, Second
Print Club London Ellen Lupton and on Design Revised and Expanded Edition
8.25 x 11.375 in Andrea Lipps, editors Michael Bierut Ellen Lupton
288 pp / 400 color 6.5 x 8.5 in 6 x 9 in 7 x 8.5 in
Paperback with flaps 224 pp / full-color throughout 272 pp 224 pp / 100 color
978-1-61689-655-3 Hardcover / 978-1-61689-710-9 Paperback / 978-1-61689-061-2 Paperback / 978-1-56898-969-3
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Toward a New Interior Type and Color Type on Screen Typographic Systems
Lois Weinthal Mark van Wageningen Ellen Lupton, editor Kimberly Elam
6 x 9 in 8.25 x 10.25 in 7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in
648 pp / 250 b+w 180 pp / 200 color 208 pp / 200 color / 75 b+w 160 pp / 55 color / 400 b+w
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Typography Sketchbooks Visual Complexity Visual Grammar The Wayfinding Handbook


Steven Heller, Lita Talarico Manuel Lima Christian Leborg David Gibson
7.3 x 9.6 in 8.5 x 10.5 in 7 x 8.5 in 7 x 8.5 in
368 pp / 600 color & b+w 272 pp / 250 color / 65 b+w 96 pp / 200 2-color 152 pp / 265 color / 5 b+w
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Analog Photography Brodsky & Utkin Finding Home


Andrew Bellamy Alexander Brodsky, Ilya Utkin Traer Scott
6.25 x 8.25 in 9 x 12 in 8.5 x 9 in
190 pp / 81 b+w 88 pp / 50 duotone 96 pp / 20 color / 35 b+w
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Ghostly Ruins Inside the Artist’s Studio Inside the Painter’s Studio Instant
Harry Skrdla Joe Fig Joe Fig Christopher Bonanos
7.5 x 10 in 7 x 9.5 in 7 x 9.5 in 6 x 9 in
208 pp / 250 b+w 256 pp / 300 color / 25 b+w 240 pp / 200 color 192 pp / 100 color
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Learning to See: The Artist’s Eye Learning to See: Learning to See: Learning to See:
Peter Jenny Drawing Techniques Figure Drawing Unlearning to Draw
4.12 x 5.8 in Peter Jenny Peter Jenny Peter Jenny
216 pp / 22 color / 120 b+w 4.12 x 5.8 in 4.12 x 5.8 in 4.12 x 5.8 in
Paperback / 978-1-61689-056-8 168 pp / 90 b+w 188 pp / 90 b+w 216 pp / 4 color / 240 b+w
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Life on the Lower East Side Local Color Mysteries of the Rectangle Pen to Paper
Rebecca Lepkoff et al. Mimi Robinson Siri Hustvedt Mary Savig, editor
8.5 x 11 in 7 x 8.5 in 6 x 9 in 7 x 10 in
192 pp / 170 b+w 128 pp / 300 color 204 pp / 50 color 208 pp / 120 color
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Pinhole Cameras Radiant Raptors Sacred Ground


Chris Keeney Traer Scott Traer Scott Robert S. Brantley
5.5 x 8.5 in 8.5 x 10 in 8.5 x 9 in 8 x 10 in
144 pp / 35 color / 175 b+w 128 pp / 60 color 128 pp / 70 color 192 pp / 185 duotones
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San Francisco, San Francisco Noir Stickwork Through Darkness to Light


Portrait of a City 1940–1960 Fred Lyon Patrick Dougherty Jeanine Michna-Bales
Fred Lyon 8.5 x 11 in 7 x 9.5 in 10.5 x 7.75 in
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Tippet Rise Art Center Vineyards Woodcut


Peter and Cathy Halstead Fred Lyon Bryan Nash Gill
12 x 9 in 8.5 x 11 in 8 x 9 in
224 pp / 200 color 224 pp / 100 color / 50 duotone 128 pp / 100 color
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40 Knots and How to Tie Them 50 Things to Do with a Penknife 50 Things to See in the Sky
Lucy Davidson Matt Collins Sarah Barker
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The Architect Says The Art and Craft of Artful Cats An Atlas of Geographical Wonders
Laura S. Dushkes, editor Geometric Origami Mary Savig Jean-Christophe Bailly,
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Botanical Sketchbooks Broadly Speaking Build It Yourself Cartographies of Time


Helen and William Bynum Barbara Darko and Rob Shaeffer, Frank Perrone Daniel Rosenberg,
8.125 x 10.5 in editors 7.5 x 9 in Anthony Grafton
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The Chef Says The Cognoscenti’s Guide to Cuba Style Cultivated


Compiled and edited by Florence, Revised and Updated Vicki Gold Levi, Steven Heller Christin Geall
Nach Waxman, Matt Sartwell Louise Fili and Lise Apatoff 8 x 8.75 in 7 x 9.5 in
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Dear Data The Designer Says D.I.Y. Dollhouse Everyone’s a Critic


Giorgia Lupi, Stefanie Posavec Sara Bader, editor Alexia Henrion Bob Eckstein, editor
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The Filmmaker Says From Here to There The Gardener Says The Ghost Army of World War II
Jamie Thompson Stern, editor Kris Harzinski Nina Pick, editor Rick Beyer, Elizabeth Sayles
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GoatMan The Guerilla Art Kit Guide to Historic Artists’ Handcrafted Maine
Thomas Thwaites Keri Smith Homes & Studios Katy Kelleher
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208 pp / 135 color 144 pp / 70 color / 10 b+w for Historic Preservation 8 x 11 in
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The Humane Gardener The Inventor Says In the City In the Wilds
Nancy Lawson Kevin Lippert, editor Nigel Peake Nigel Peake
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Joan Miró Edited by Alexandra Redgrave and Laura Sofie Hantke and Stone Barns Center for
Compiled by Yvon Taillandier Jessica Hundley Lucas Grassmann Food and Agriculture
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144 pp / 115 color & b+w 144 pp / 10 color & 90 b+w 112 pp / 50 illustrations 8.25 x 11.75 in
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Sign Painters The Smith Tapes This Is What Democracy Typographic Knitting
Faythe Levine, Sam Macon Ezra Bookstein, editor Looked Like Rüdiger Schlömer
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184 pp / 200 color 384 pp / 30 b+w 6.75 x 10.25 in 216 pp / 500 color
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Thomas Thwaites of Book Cartoons Fiona Daly Whitney Battle-Baptiste
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The Writer Says The Writing Deck A Year in Japan You Are Here
Kevin Lippert, editor Emily Campbell and Harry Oulton Kate T. Williamson Katharine Harmon
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INDEX Art Up Close 54 Bunker Archeology 87 Cover, Jay 56
Atkins, Anna 73 Burnham, Daniel H. 90 Crew, Poppy 64
30 Years of Emerging Voices 86 Atlas of Amazing Birds, The 55 Business of Design, The 94 Crocodile and Friends Animal
40 Knots and How to Tie Them Atlas of Novel Tectonics 86 Butterflies of the World 53 Memory Game 55
101 At the Seashore 53 Button Box 74 Cuba Style 102
50 Things to Do in the Wild 4 Aureli, Pier Vittorio 90 Button Power 15 Cultivated 81, 102
50 Things to Do with a Penknife Avoid This 12 Bynum, Helen 101 Cultivated 1000 Piece Puzzle 59
101 Avril, Francois 41 Bynum, William 101 Cultivated Notecards 72
50 Things to See in the Sky 101 A Walk in the Forest 57 Curious Feast 74
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A B Cage, John 55 D
A2Z+ 94 Bacon, Mardges 89 Cali, Davide 42, 57 Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me
ABC’s of , The 84, 94 Bader, Sara 102 California Contemporary 87 a Bauhaus 11
Abraham Lincoln Notecards 71 Bailly, Jean-Christophe 101 Campbell, Emily 94 106 Dakota, The 87
Abrams, Janet 11 Baker, Richard 60 Canadian Modern Architecture Daly, Fiona 105
Adams, Sean 95 Balint, Valerie A. 82, 103 83, 87 Daniel Libeskind 37
A Few Minutes of Design 94 Baltimore Rowhouse, The 87 Canizaro, Vincent B. 86 Danze, Elizabeth 86
A-frame 83, 86 Barker, Sarah 101 Cards for Sad Times 63 D’Aquino, Andrea 55, 82
Alberto Kalach 37 Barnett, Robert Spencer 90 Carter, Christen 15 Darko, Barbara 101
Alinder, Jim 91 Barthel, Elena 91 Cartographic Grounds 93 Davidson, Lucy 101
Allen, Smout 90 Battle-Baptiste, Whitney 82, 105 Cartographies of Time 101 Dawson, Peter 95
Allen, Stan 90 Beach Houses 87 Catmur, Kat 94 Dean, Andrea Oppenheimer
All’s Fair in Love and War 6 Belfoure, Charles 87 Cerny, Julie A. 82, 104 90, 91
Almost 100 Chairs for 100 People Bellamy, Andrew 98 Chandigarh Revealed 87 Dear Data 102
37 Bennett, Edward H. 90 Charles & Thorn 78 Dear Data Postcard Kit 74
Alpern, Andrew 87 Berger, Alan M. 89 Chef Says, The 102 Debat, Aurelien 65
Alvar Aalto Houses 86 Bergman, David 91 Cheng, Alicia Yin 80, 105 Deerfield Academy: The Campus
Ambroziak, Brian 89 Berke, Arnold 89 Cino Zucchi 37 Guide 32
Amherst College: The Campus Bernard Trainor 93 Citizens of No Place 87 Dek, Maria 42, 57
Guide 86 Besse, Jean-Marc 101 City Maps and Stories 37 Delany, Mary 61
Analog Photography 98 Beyer, Rick 102 Classic Paperbacks Memory Game Demasse-Pottier, Stephanie 55
An Atlas of Geographical Wonders Bickford-Smith, Coralie 65, 72 60 de Monchaux, Nicholas 93
101 Bierut, Michael 97 Classic Paperbacks Notecards 60 Dennis, Sarah 51 54
Ando, Tadao 91 Big Leap, The 18 Clemans, Gayle 104 Dercon, Ysemay 82, 104
Andriamirado, Natacha 55, 56 Birds of the World 53 Clip Art 78 Designer Says, The 102
Animal Box 74 Birthday Box 64, 72 Coen+Partners 93 Designing for Social Change 95
Animal Camouflage 54 Bob Noorda Design 37 Coffee Lids 94 Design of Words, The 37
Animal Habitats 54 Bohnacker, Hartmut 84, 95 Cognoscenti’s Guide to Florence, Desimini, Jill 93
Animals of the Savanna 53 Bolitho, Mark 101 Revised and Updated, The 102 Dethier, Jean 86
Antiquities of Athens, The 86 Bolles+Wilson 37 Coleman, Debra 86 Detour, Updated Edition 37
Antonio Marras 37 Bonanos, Christopher 99 Collins, Matt 101 d’Harcourt, Claire 54
Apatoff, Lise 102 Bookbinding 94 Colomina, Beatriz 91 Who Built That? Modern Houses
Archigram 86 Book of Circles, The 94 Color for Architects 87 56
Architect Says Notebooks, The 76 Book of Trees, The 94 Colorful Life, A 94 Di Giacomo, Kris 56
Architect Says, The 101 Bookstein, Ezra 104, 105 Colorful World of Dinosaurs, The Digital Design Theory 95
Architects’ Houses 86 Booth, Abigail 105 55 Digital Fabrications 88
Architect’s Pencil Set, An 75 Botanical Sketchbooks 101 Color Sketchbook 76 Diller, Elizabeth 88
Architectural Classics Cards 72 Brantley, Robert S. 100 Color Theory Notecards 72 D.I.Y. Dollhouse 102
Architectural League of New Broadly Speaking 101 Complete Works of Percier Domin, Christopher 83, 90
York, The 86 Brodsky, Alexander 98 and Fontaine, The 87 Dominique Perrault 37
Architectural Regionalism 86 Brodsky & Utkin 98 Compression 87 Dougherty, Patrick 100
Architecture and Feminism 86 Brownell, Blaine 92 Conservatory, The 20 Drawing in Space 54
Architecture of Trees, The 80, 93 Brownstone, The 55 Cook, Peter 86 Drawing in the Sea 54
Armstrong, Helen 95, 96 Bruno Munari: Square Circle Cooper, Ron 8 Draw Like an Artist: A Self-
Art and Craft of Geometric Triangle 94 Coppola, Philip Ashforth 104 Portrait Sketchbook 54
Origami, The 101 Buddha Notecards 71 Corbasson, Dominique 41 Draw Like an Artist: Pop Art 54
Art Deco Notecards 72 Buildings and Designs of Andrea Corner, James 93 Dubuc, Marianne 50, 58
Artful Cats 101 Palladio, The 87 Cornille, Didier 56 Duerr, Sasha 81, 104
Art of Earth Architecture, The 86 Build It Yourself 101 Cosneau, Olivia 53 Dushkes, Laura S. 101

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Dziadosz, Barbara 65 Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards Grids & Guides Notebook: Gray Hunter, Matthew 91
69 66 Hursley, Timothy 90, 91
E Freear, Andrew 91 Grids & Guides Notebook: Navy Hustvedt, Siri 99
Eckstein, Bob 6, 102, 105 Freeman, Michael 88 66 Hutchinson, Sam 51, 54
Edifices de Rome Moderne 88 Frere-Jones, Tobias 74 Grids & Guides Notebook: Red
Edwards, Ambra 10 Frits Palmboom 38 66 I
Einstein Notecards 71 From Here to There 102 Grids & Guides Notebook: I am a Capybara 46
Elam, Kimberly 31, 95, 96, 98 Fynn, Shaun 87 Softcover Black 67 I Am a Man Journal 76
Elegantissima 95 Grids & Guides Notepads 67 I am London 38
Elements of Design 95 G Grids & Guides Pencils 67 I am Milan 36
El Equipo Mazzanti 37 Galliez, Roxane Marie 48, 56 Grids & Guides Tracebook 67 I am New York 38
Elio Fiorucci 38 Gardener Says, The 102 Grid Systems 96 Ilić, Mirko 97
Elliot, Joseph E. B. 90 Garden Insects and Bugs 53 Groß, Benedikt 84 95 Imhof, Dora 93
Emerging Objects 90 Gates of Harvard Yard 88 Guastavino Vaulting 88 Indie Publishing 96
Emily Dickinson Notebook 70 Geall, Christin 59, 72, 81, 102 Guerilla Art Kit, The 103 Infinite Suburbia 89
Emily Dickinson Notecards 70 Geis, Patricia 54, 55 Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes Inside Paragraphs 30
Emily Dickinson Notepads 70 Generative Design 84, 95 & Studios 82, 103 Inside the Artist’s Studio 99
Endangered Animals 51 Generative Design: Processing 95 Guzmán, Celina Balderas 89 Inside the Painter’s Studio 99
English, Benjamin 104 Geometry of Design 95 Instant 99
Escoffier, Michaël 56 Ghost Army of World War II, H Interactive Architecture 89
Ethical Architect, The 88 The 102 Hake, Ted 15 In the Age of Dinosaurs 53
Ethics for Architects 88 Ghostly Ruins 99 Halstead, Cathy 100 In the City 103
Everyone’s a Critic 102 Giancarlo De Carlo 38 Halstead, Peter 100 In the Darkness of the Night 96
Ex Libris: Fifty Postcards 70 Gibson, David 98 Handcrafted Maine 103 In the Forest 53
Ex Libris: Journal 70 Gilchrist, Abby 16 Hand Job 96 In the Garden 54
Gill, Bryan Nash 68, 100 Hand of the Designer, The 38 In the Ocean 53
F Giovanni Pintori 38 Hand of the Graphic Designer, In the Vegetable Garden 53
Fabbri, Michela 46 Girot, Christopher 93 The 38 In the Wilds 103
Farrand, Beatrix 72 Gissen, David 94 Hanisch, Maya 64 Introduction to Three-Dimensional
Ferrer, Sean and Karin Hepburn Giuliani, Emma 54 Hannah, Gail Greet 95 Design 31
41 Glaser, Milton 28 Hantke, Laura Sofie 103 Inventive Animals 52
Fifty Type Specimens 74 GoatMan 103 Harmon, Katharine 104, 106 Inventor Says, The 103
Fig, Joe 99 Golden Secrets of Lettering, Harpman, Louise 94 Iwamoto, Lisa 88
Fili, Louise 75, 78, 95, 96, 102 The 95 Hartman, Jan Cigliano 14
Filmmaker Says, The 102 Good 50x70 Anthology 38 Harvard University: The Campus J
Finding Home 98 Good Morning, Neighbor 57 Guide 88 James Stirling 38
Finding Home Notecards 72 Gordon, Alastair 87 Harzinski, Kris 102 Jenny, Peter 99
Fish and the Cat, The 58 Gosseye, Janina 91 Hatcher, Beatrix 64 Jetsonen, Jari 86
Fisher, Thomas 88 Gràfica de les Rambles 96 Havana Guide, The 88 Jetsonen, Sirkkaliisa 86
Flesh 88 Grafica della Strada 96 Hayward, Mary Ellen 87 Joan Miró: I Work Like
Flor, Martina 18, 95 Grafton, Anthony 101 Helfand, Aaron M. 32 a Gardener 103
Flower Box 74 Grafton Architects 38 Heller, Steven 97, 98, 102 Jo Coenen 39
Fondation Le Corbusier 78, 89 Grand, Philippe 101 Henderson, Carol 86 John Alcorn 39
Form+Code in Design, Art, Granet, Keith 94 Henri Matisse: Meet the Artist! 54 John McAndrew’s Modernist
and Architecture 95 Graphic Design Discourse 95 Henrion, Alexia 102 Vision 89
Form Follows Finance 88 Graphic Design Rules 95 Herbaria Notecards 72 John Muir Notecards 71
Forsberg, Monika 64 Graphic Design: The New Basics Herbert Bayer 34 Joy, Rick 91
Foster, John 95 84, 95 Highsmith, Cyrus 30
Fox, Michael 89 Graphic Design Theory 96 Hirsch, Alison 93 K
Frank Lloyd Wright Building Graphic Design Thinking 84, 96 Hobhouse, Penelope 10 Kacmar, Donna 92
Conservancy, The 92 Grassmann, Lucas 103 Hogancamp, Mark 105 Kahn, Louis 89
Frank Lloyd Wright: Meet Gregory, Daniel P. 89 Holdgrafer, Brad 56 Kamin, Blair 86, 88
the Artist! 54 Grids & Guides Drawing Pad 67 Holl, Steven 35, 87, 90 Kassel, David 24
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin Grids & Guides Eco 66 Holzer, Harold 104 Kaufmann Mercantile Guide,
House 88 Grids & Guides List Pads 67 How to be a Graphic Designer The 103
Fredericks & Mae Animal Masks Grids & Guides Micro: Black 67 Without Losing Your Soul 96 Keeney, Chris 100
Notecards 69 Grids & Guides Micro: Blue 67 How to Play with Letters 38 Kelleher, Katy 103
Fredericks & Mae Paper Games Grids & Guides Notebook: Black Humane Gardener, The 103 Kengo Kuma 39
69 66 Hundley, Jessica 103 Kim, Henry Hongmin 95

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King, Ingrid Fiksdahl 56 Local Color 99 N Paul Rand: Conversations with
King, Joseph 90 Lockhart, Louise 65 Nasla’s Dream 44 Students 97
Kirkpatrick, Grant 87 London Centre for Book Arts National Trust for Historic Paul Rudolph 39
Kitchen Lithography 103 96 Preservation 82, 103 Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses
Kotkin, Joel 89 Long, Lois 55 Natural Palettes 81, 104 90
Kroeger, Michael 97 Look, It’s Raining 57 Nesbitt, Kate 91 Peake, Nigel 103
Kundig, Tom 83, 91, 92 Louis I. Kahn Conversations Never Use Futura 97 Pen to Paper 99
with Students 89 New Farm, The 89 People Fishing 104
L Lupi, Giorgia 74, 76, 102 Ngo, Dung 91 People Kissing 104
Ladders 93 Lupton, Ellen 34, 84, 94, 95 Night and Day 55 People Knitting 104
Lai, Jimenez 87 96, 97, 98 Night Owl Journal 76 Perfetto Pencils 75
Lam, Elsa 83, 87 Lyndon, Donlyn 91 Night Sky, The 74 Perrone, Frank 101
Landscape Imagination, The 93 Lyon, Fred 100 Nilsson, Maria 4 Perry, Mike 96, 97
Landscape Urbanism Reader, Not Now 104 Phillips, Jennifer Cole 84, 95
The 93 M Now You See It and Other Essays Pick, Nina 102
Lange, Alexandra 92 Macon, Sam 105 on Design 97 Pierloot, Mathieu 57
L’Architecture 89 Mail Box 78 Pinhole Cameras 100
Laub, Julia 84, 95 Make It Bigger 96 O Pinnell, Patrick L. 92
Lawson, Nancy 103 Making Books 96 Observe, Collect, Draw! 76 Plan of Chicago 90
Lawyer Says, The 14 Malo and the Merry-Go-Round Observer’s Notebook: Astronomy Points and Lines 90
Lazzeroni, Claudius 84, 95 57 77 Poole, Amelia 16
Learning to See: Drawing Manual of Section 83, 89 Observer’s Notebook: Birds 77 Pope, Albert 93
Techniques 99 Map as Art, The 104 Observer’s Notebook: Butterflies Posavec, Stefanie 74, 76, 102
Learning to See: Figure Drawing Marcio Kogan Studio Mk27 39 77 Postcards From The Wandering
99 Mark Twain Notecards 71 Observer’s Notebook: Home 77 City 39
Learning to See: The Artist’s Marmol, Leo 93 Observer’s Notebook: Trees 77 Posters for Change 82, 104
Eye 99 Mary Colter 89 Observer’s Notebook:Weather 77 Pourquié, Bernadette 56
Learning to See: Unlearning McGuire, Kathryn 83, 90 Ochsendorf, John 88 Powerhouse 83, 90
to Draw 99 McKim, Charles Follen 91 Olivetti Pattern Series: Notebook Presenting Shakespeare 97
Leborg, Christian 98 Mead, William Rutherford 91 75 Princeton University: The Campus
Le Corbusier Modulor Rule 78, 89 Mecanoo 39 Olivetti Pattern Series: Notecards Guide, Second Edition 90
Ledoux, Claude-Nicolas 89 Michael Graves 39 75 Print Club London 97
Leonardi, Cesare 80, 93 Michael Graves Architecture Olivetti Pattern Series: Pencil Printing Architecture 90
Leonardo da Vinci: Meet & Design 75 Set 75 Prints and Their Makers 26
the Artist! 54 Michael Graves: Images of One-Track Mind 104 Project of Autonomy, The 90
Lepkoff, Rebecca 99 a Grand Tour 89 Otomí Journal 62 Projects and Their Consequences
Letarouilly, Paul 88, 92 Michna-Bales, Jeanine 100 Otomí Notecards 62 90
Lettering & Type 96 Miller, J. Abbott 84, 94 Otto and Pio 58 Psychobook 104
Letters to a Young Farmer 82, 103 Minard System, The 97 Oulton, Harry 106 Pulled 97
Levine, Barbara 104 Mind, Maps and Infographics 39
Levine, Faythe 105 Minka 89 P Q
Levi, Vicki Gold 102 Miralles Tagliabue Embt 39 Pablo Picasso: Meet the Artist! 55 Quiet Crocodile Goes to the Beach,
Lewis, David J. 83, 89 Miró, Joan 103 Palazzos of Power 90 The 56
Lewis, Paul 83, 89 Model Making 89 Palsky, Gilles 101 Quiet Crocodile, The 56
Life Made by Hand, A 55, 82 Modern Fabric 16 Pamphlet Architecture 13: Edge Quinan, Jack 88
Life on the Lower East Side 99 Monument Man 104 of a City 90
Lima, Manuel 94, 98 Morgan, William 22 Pamphlet Architecture 28: R
Lippert, Kevin 103,106 Morlok, Franziska 94 Augmented Landscapes 90 Radiant 100
Lipps, Andrea 97 Morphosis Thom Mayne 39 Paper Flowers Cards Radiant Notecards 73
Little Audrey’s Dream 41 Moses, Nalina 91 and Envelopes 61 Radziner, Ron 93
Little Cheetah’s Shadow 58 Mud Book 55 Patience, Miyuki 56 Rael, Ronald 90
Little Gardener, The 82, 104 Muire, Celina 105 Patkau Architects 93 Ramey, Paige 104
Little Notes: African Batik 72 Munari, Bruno 94, 96 Patkau Architects 93 Rand, Ann 56
Little Notes: Katazome 72 Musician Says, The 104 Pattern Box 74 Rand, Paul 97
Livesey, Graham 83, 87 My Bison 55 Paula Scher: Twenty-Five Years at Randl, Chad 83, 86
Living Pattern 74 My Island 55 the Public, A Love Story 33, 97 Raptors 100
Lluch, Juan Serra 87 Mysteries of the Rectangle 99 Paul Rand 39 Ratanavanh, Seng Soun 48,
LoBalbo, Benedetta 104 Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art 97 55, 56
Local Code 93

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Rea, Brian 12, 63, 73 Shaeffer, Rob 101 Thinking of You Notecards 73 Wandering City Coloring Book,
Rea, Simone 44 Shand-Tucci, Douglass 88 Thinking the Contemporary The 40
Reas, Casey 95 Shaughnessy, Adrian 96 Landscape 93 Waszelewski, Miriam 94
Redgrave, Alexandra 103 Shea, Andrew 95 Thinking with Type 84, 97 Waxman, Nach 102
Reiser, Jesse 86 Shellen, Chris 105 This Is What Democracy Looked Wayfinding Handbook, The 98
Reiser + Umemoto 90 Sign Painters 105 Like 80, 105 We Are Santa 8
Rendgen, Sandra 97 Sigrid Calon Notecards 73 Thomas, Douglas 97 Weaving on a Little Loom 105
Renon, Delphine 55, 56 Silkscreen Masters 40 Thoreau Notebook 76 Webb, Michael 86
Revett, Nicholas 86 Single-Handedly 91 Thoreau Notecards 71 W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits
Richards, Larry Wayne 92 Site 93 Through Darkness to Light 100 82 105
Robinson, Mimi 72, 99 Skarsgard, Susan 83, 92 Thwaites, Thomas 103, 105 Weinthal, Lois 98
Roderick, John 89 Sketch and Finish 28 Time for Bed, Miyuki 56 Welcome to Marwencol 105
Rodriguez, Eduardo 88 Sketch, Think, Draw 40 Tippet Rise Art Center 100 Werner, Megan 89
Rosenberg, Daniel 101 Skrdla, Harry 99 Toaster Project, The 105 What Can I Be? 56
Rothenstein, Julian 94, 104 Skrein, Richard 4 Tom Kundig: Houses 91 What Do You Want, Little Friend?
Roumiguière, Cécile 44 Sleep Tight, Charlie 56 Tom Kundig: Houses 2 91 50
Rural Studio 90 Slice through America, A 24 Tom Kundig :Working Title 83, 92 When I Am Big 57
Rural Studio at Twenty 91 Smith, Keri 103 Tom Kundig:Works 92 Where the World Ends 42
Rusert, Britt 82, 105 Smith Tapes, The 105 Toward a New Interior 98 Where Today Meets Tomorrow
Russell, Harriet 54 Snowbound 22 Transmaterial Next 92 83 92
Rybus, Greta 103 Sourdais, Clémentine 52 Triboro Design 73 White, Stanford 91
Rylsee 38 Speaking of Buildings 91 Tsurumaki, Marc 83, 89 Who Built That? Bridges 56
Specht, Scott 94 Tutti Frutti Pencils 75 Who Built That? Skyscrapers 56
S Spector, Tom 88 Type and Color 84, 98 Wiel Arets 40
Sacred Ground 100 Spencer Barnett, Robert 32 Type on Screen 98 Wild Dyer, The 105
Safirstein, Julie 55 Spivack, Emily 105 Typographic Knitting 105 Wild Sea Notecards 73
Salvatore Ferragamo 40 Stagi, Franca 80, 93 Typographic Systems 98 Willen, Bruce 96
Sanders, Phil 26 Stamp Bugs 65 Typography Sketchbooks 98 William Morris Notecards 71
Sandhaus, Louise 94 Stamp Garden 65 Williams College: The Campus
San Francisco Noir 100 Stampville 65 U Guide 92
San Francisco, Portrait of a City Stanga, Carlo 36, 38 Ultimate Cartoon Book of Book Williamson, Kate T. 106
1940-1960 100 Stead, Naomi 91 Cartoons, The 105 Willis, Carol 88
San Francisco: Portrait of a City Stein, Alan 20 Umemoto, Nanako 86 Wisniewski, Gaya 55
Notecards 73 Stenciletter 78 University of Toronto: The Campus Wood Carver’s Dozen, The 105
San Fratello, Virginia 90 Stern, Jamie Thompson 102 Guide, Second Edition 92 Woodcut 68, 100
Sartwell, Matt 102 Steven Holl 35 Up the Mountain Path 58 Woodcut Journal 68
Sauvage Notecards 73 Stickwork 100 Utkin, Ilya 98 Woodcut Memory Game 68
Savig, Mary 99, 101 Stone Barns Center for Food Woodcut Notebooks 68
Sayles, Elizabeth 102 and Agriculture 82, 103 V Woodcut Notecards 68
Scamozzi, Ottavio Bertotti 87 Story of Gardening, The 10 van der Plaat, Deborah 91 Woodcut Postcards 68
Scher, Paula 33, 55, 96, 97 Strange Trees 56 van der Vorst, Lieke 64 Workman, Jeremy 104
Schlömer, Rüdiger 105 Streams and Ponds 52 van Wageningen, Mark 84, 98 Worn Stories 105
Schubert, Matteo 38 Stuart, James 86 Vatican and Saint Peter’s Basilica Wright Sites 92
Scofidio, Ricardo 88 Studio Joy Works 91 of Rome, The 92 Writer Says, The 106
Scott, Traer 72, 73, 98, 100 Studio Mumbai 40 Victor Lundy 92 Writing about Architecture 92
Screenprinting 97 Subnature 94 Vincent van Gogh: Meet the Artist! Writing Deck, The 106
Sea Ranch, The 91 Sunprint Notecards 73 55 Wunsch, Aaron V. 90
Seasons, The 73 Superfolk 73 Vineyards 100
Sea Stamps 65 Sustainable Design 91 Virginia Woolf Notecards 71 Y
Seddon, Tony 95 Virilio, Paul 87 Yale University, Second Edition:
Selected Works of McKim, Mead T Virts, Nancy 20 The Campus Guide 92
& White, 1879-1915 91 Tadao Ando:Conversations Visual Complexity 98 Year in Japan, A 106
Senses, The 97 with Students 91 Visual Grammar 98 Yin Cheng, Alicia 80
Serrazanetti, Francesca 38 Taillandier, Yvon 103 Vivienne Westwood 40 Yogi Berra Notecards 61
Seventy-nine Short Essays Talarico, Lita 98 You Are Here 106
on Design 97 Tesori: Three Keepsake Tins 78 W
Sewell, Matt 55 Thank You Box 73 Waldheim, Charles 93 Z
Sexuality and Space 91, 105 Thank You, Miyuki 48 Walls 56 Zaha Hadid 40
Seymour Chwast 33, 40 Theorizing a New Agenda Walt Whitman Notecards 71
for Architecture 91

110 Index
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Cream Keshiki series 3 print from
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