Laurence King Fall 2012

Please find below a selection
Contents
of our bestselling titles

Let’s Make Some Great Art
978 1 85669 786 6
US$19.95 PB

Icons of Men’s Style
978 1 85669 722 4
US$29.95 PB

100 Ideas that
Changed Fashion

100 Ideas that
Changed Film

Saul Bass
A Life in Film & Design

978 1 85669 733 0
US$29.95 PB

David Parkinson

978 1 85669 752 1
US$75.00 HC

My Wonderful World of Fashion
A Book for Drawing, Creating,
and Dreaming

My Even More
Wonderful World of Fashion
Another Book for Drawing,
Creating, and Dreaming

978 1 85669 632 6
US$19.95 PB

978 1 85669 793 4
US$29.95 PB

100 Years of Fashion
Cally Blackman
978 1 85669 798 9
US$40.00 PB

978 1 85669 760 6
US$19.95 PB

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Pattern Magic

Make Your Own Robot

978 1 85669 705 7
US$24.95 PB

978 1 85669 903 7
US$24.95 PB

Stickerbomb Letters
The SRK (Studio Rarekwai)
978 1 85669 828 3
US$17.95 PB

All descriptions in this catalog are correct at the time of going to press.
Prices, which apply in the US only, are provisional and subject to change without notice.

Folding Techniques for Designers
From Sheet to Form
Paul Jackson
978 1 85669 721 7
US$35.00 PB

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100 Ideas that Changed Photography
100 Ideas that Changed Art
Let’s Make Some Great Fingerprint Art
Art by Tattooists: Beyond Flash, Mini Edition
Sketchbooks: The Hidden Art of Designers, Illustrators, and Creatives, Paperback
The Renaissance in Rome
The Art of the Northern Renaissance
From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain, 1561–1828
Royal Arts of Africa: The Majesty of Form
Color: A workshop for artists and designers, Second Edition
Methods & Theories of Art History, Second Edition
Light, Water, and Sky: The Paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky
My Wonderful World of Shoes
Sticker Fashionista
Vintage Menswear: A Collection from The Vintage Showroom
Drape Drape 2
How to Create Your Final Collection: A Fashion Student’s Handbook
Digital Textile Design, Second Edition
How to Set up & Run a Fashion Label, Second Edition
Drawing Fashion Accessories
100 New Fashion Designers, Mini Edition
100 Years of Menswear, Mini Edition
Masters of Fashion Illustration, Paperback
Fashion Jewelry: Catwalk and Couture, Mini Edition
Copywriting: Successful Writing for Design, Advertising, and Marketing, Second Edition
Recycled Home: Transform Your Home Using Salvaged Materials
100 Best Bikes
Stencil Republic
Stickerbomb Monsters
Logotype
Graphic Design Process: From Problem to Solution: 20 Case Studies
Numbers in Graphic Design
How to Use Type
Drawing for Product Designers
Prototyping and Modelmaking for Product Design
Why Shrink-wrap a Cucumber? The Complete Guide to Environmental Packaging
Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawings
Key Buildings from Prehistory to the Present: Plans, Sections, and Elevations
Architecture From Commission to Construction
Digital Fabrication in Architecture
Towards Zero-energy Architecture: New Solar Design, Paperback
The New Modern House: Redefi ning Functionalism, Paperback
Detail in Contemporary Concrete Architecture
Detail in Contemporary Landscape Architecture, Paperback
Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture, Paperback
Detail in Contemporary Lighting Design
Lighting for Interior Design
Materials and Interior Design

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Let’s Make Some Great Placemat Art
Magic and Fairytale Dice
Bird Bingo
Bike Watching: An Explorer’s Journal
Sixty-four Leaves Journal
The Vintage Fashion Journal
Match a Pair of Shoes Memory Game

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100 Ideas that Changed Photography
Mary Warner Marien

This compelling book chronicles the most influential
ideas that have shaped photography from the invention
of the daguerreotype in the early 19th century up to
the digital revolution and beyond. Entertaining and
intelligent, it provides a fascinating resource to dip into.
Arranged in a broadly chronological order to
show the development of photography, the ideas that
comprise the book include innovative concepts, cultural
and social incidents, technologies, and movements.
Each idea is presented through lively text and arresting
visuals, and explores when the idea first evolved and its
subsequent impact on photography.
Mary Warner Marien is Professor Emerita in the Department of
Fine Arts at Syracuse University, New York. She continues to lecture
in the United States and Europe and in 2008 won an Andy Warhol
Foundation Arts Writer award. She is the author of Photography:
A Cultural History, as well as numerous articles on the history
of photography.
• A compelling look at the ideas that changed
photography since its inception
• Packed with a fascinating, international range
of photographs and informative text
• Covers the history of photography in an innovative way
• Part of the ‘100 Ideas’ series

978 1 85669 796 5
266 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1⁄4 × 10 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • Photography
October 2012

02995

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781856 697965

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100 Ideas that
Changed Fashion

100 Ideas that
Changed Architecture

Harriet Worsley

Richard Weston

978 1 85669 733 0
US$29.95 PB

978 1 85669 732 3
US$29.95 PB

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100 Ideas that Changed Art
Michael Bird

From the earliest cave paintings through to the
internet and street art, this inspiring book chronicles
the 100 most influential ideas that have shaped the
world of art. Arranged in broadly chronological order,
it provides a source of inspiration and a fascinating
resource for the general reader to dip into.
Lavishly illustrated with historical masterpieces
and packed with fascinating contemporary examples,
this is an inspirational and wholly original guide to
understanding the forces that have shaped world art.
Michael Bird is a writer, art historian, and broadcaster. His recent
books include Sandra Blow (2005), The St Ives Artists: A Biography of
Place and Time (2008), and Bryan Wynter (2010). He has published
many essays and articles on modern and contemporary art and
lectures widely. He is currently Visiting Lecturer at University
College Falmouth.
• A compelling look at the ideas that changed art
through the millennia
• Packed with beautiful images and an informative text
• Covers the history of art in an innovative way
• Part of the ‘100 Ideas’ series

978 1 85669 795 8
300 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1⁄4 × 10 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • Art
October 2012
02995

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781856 697958

Also available:

100 Ideas that
Changed Film

100 Ideas that
Changed Graphic Design

David Parkinson

Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne

978 1 85669 793 4
US$29.95 PB

978 1 85669 794 1
US$29.95 PB

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Let’s Make Some Great Fingerprint Art
Marion Deuchars

In this interactive activity book, Marion Deuchars shows
how different art effects can be achieved by using fingers
and ink only. Packed with stimulating ideas to spark your
creative imagination, Let’s Make Some Great Fingerprint Art
shows how to make letters, patterns, animals, characters,
and even whole works of art from your fingerprints. This
follow-up to the hugely successful Let’s Make Some Great
Art will appeal to artists aged six and upwards. Let the
inky fingers begin!
Marion Deuchars is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning
illustrator with an instantly recognizable and much-loved style.
Marion’s artwork has graced the covers of Penguin Books, the pages of
The Guardian and New York Magazine, and Advertising campaigns for
Volkswagen, Ford and Formula One. From Jamie Oliver, to Carluccio’s
to stamps celebrating The Royal Shakespeare Company, her illustration
and lettering is unparalleled and highly influential.
• Interactive art book that encourages creativity
in children aged six and up
• Shows how different art effects can be achieved by
using fingers and ink only
• By the author of the best-selling Let’s Make Some
Great Art

978 1 78067 015 7
128 pages • 8 1⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$14.95 PB • Art
September 2012

01495

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781780 670157

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Let’s Make Some Great Art
Marion Deuchars
978 1 85669 786 6
US$19.95 PB

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Let’s Make Some
Great Placemat Art
Marion Deuchars
978 1 85669 921 1
US$12.95 PB

Art by Tattooists
Beyond Flash

Mini Edition

Jo Waterhouse

The book features 26 international artists who use
a variety of media, from ink, watercolor, acrylic paint,
and oil to lino printing, painting on wood and board,
and even examples of tattoo-style skateboard graphics.
Many of the artists are heavily influenced by the imagery
they use as tattooists—roses, hearts, skulls, scrolls, birds,
pin-ups, etc.—and carry this into their personal work.
Other work features colors, themes, or subject matter
that is more subtly related to tattooing.
Jo Waterhouse is a freelance writer interested in many areas of art,
including lowbrow, street, skateboarding, and tattoo art. She is the
author of Concrete to Canvas: Skateboarders’ Art (2005), Concrete 2
Canvas: More Skateboarders’ Art (2007), Art by Tattooists: Beyond
Flash (2009), and Indie Craft (2010).

978 1 78067 018 8
200 color illustrations
128 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 6 1⁄2 in
US$9.95 PB • Art
August 2012

00995

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781780 670188

Sketchbooks Paperback
The Hidden Art of Designers,
Illustrators, and Creatives
Richard Brereton

Now published in paperback, Sketchbooks provides a
revealing glimpse into the inner workings and private
inspiration of creatives from the worlds of advertising,
design, graphic design, fashion design, art, street art,
and illustration.
The material is complemented by interviews in
which artists explain how they use their sketchbooks
and how they relate to finished works. These, along
with the sketchbooks themselves, give readers a direct
and unmediated insight into the process of research
and creation.
Richard Brereton began his career in the London and New York
art markets, before becoming a television producer for the BBC.
He currently lives and works in London. He is the author
of Cut & Paste.

978 1 78067 022 5
350 illustrations, 250 in color
240 pages • 7 1⁄4 × 10 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • Design
September 2012

01995

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781780 670225

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The Renaissance in Rome
Loren Partridge

Rome as we know it is largely a creation of the
Renaissance, restructured and risen anew from
a neglected medieval town. This book traces the
extraordinary works of painting, sculpture, and
architecture commissioned by Rome’s church and
civic nobility as part of their rival bids for power and
prestige.
With the aid of 118 illustrations, most of them in
color, Loren Partridge charts the course of Rome’s
transformation into the most magnificent showpiece
of the Catholic world.
Loren Partridge is Professor Emeritus at the University of
California, Berkeley. He is the author of numerous books on the arts
of Renaissance Rome and Florence.

978 1 78067 029 4
118 illustrations, 97 in color
184 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • Art
August 2012
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781780 670294

The Art of the Northern Renaissance
Craig Harbison

This book evokes the art of fifteenth- and sixteenthcentury Northern Europe in all its richness and splendor.
The works of Van Eyck, Bosch, Bruegel, Dürer, and other
masters are considered within the larger context of a
changing society in which church and state, Protestant
and Catholic, man and woman, artist and patron,
independent mercantile city and noble chivalric court all
played a part.
Craig Harbison considers these and many other facets
of the Renaissance world, drawing them together into
a unified narrative that illuminates the complexity and
brilliance of the art and its times.
Craig Harbison is Professor Emeritus of art history at the University
of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is the author of Jan van Eyck,
The Play of Realism.

978 1 78067 027 0
121 illustrations, 104 in color
176 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • Art
August 2012

01995

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781780 670270

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From El Greco to Goya
Painting in Spain, 1561–1828
Janis Tomlinson

This book covers 250 years of painting in Spain starting
with works created at the splendid sixteenth-century
court of Philip II to those produced at the Hapsburg
and Bourbon courts of Madrid, and in the cities of
Seville, Valencia, and Toledo. The result was an art of
extraordinary stature and international scope.
With the aid of 116 illustrations, most in color, Janis
Tomlinson traces the myriad influences reflected in
the paintings of generations of artists from Sofonisba
Anguissola, El Greco, Velásquez, and Zubarán to the
unique accomplishment of Francisco Goya.
Janis Tomlinson is Director of University Museums at the University
of Delaware. She is the author of numerous articles, exhibition
reviews, and books among them Francisco Goya y Lucientes, 17461828 and Goya in the Twilight of Enlightenement.

978 1 78067 028 7
116 illustrations, 108 in color
176 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • Art
August 2012

01995

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781780 670287

Royal Arts of Africa
The Majesty of Form
Suzanne Preston Blier

A fascinating overview of African art that explores the
diverse ways in which African rulers have employed
art and architecture in kingdoms from West and
Central Africa to define individual and state identity.
Suzanne Blier draws on a rich array of illustrations
to provide a unique insight into the cultural context
of these complex arts while also raising more general
questions about royalty and power.
Suzanne Preston Blier is Professor of African Art in the
Departments of Fine Arts and Afro-American Studies at Harvard
University. She has written extensively on African arts and culture,
and is the recipient of numerous academic awards, among them the
Charles Rufus Morey Award for her book African Vodun Art: Art
Psychology and Power.

978 1 85669 113 0
206 illustrations, 140 in color
272 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • Art
August 2012

01995

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781856 691130

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Color Second Edition
A workshop for artists and designers
David Hornung

Taking a practical approach to color, Color: A workshop
for artists and designers is an invaluable resource for
art students and professionals alike. With its sequence
of specially designed assignments and in-depth
discussions, it effectively bridges the gap between
color theory and practice to inspire confidence and
understanding in anyone who works with color.
Generously illustrated—including all-new,
contemporary examples—this book provides a unique
set of tools that make the complex theory of color
accessible and practical.
David Hornung is a painter and educator who lives and works in
New York. He is the chair of the Department of Art and Art History
at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.

978 1 85669 878 8
343 color illustrations
168 pages • 8 1⁄2 × 11 in
US$29.95 PB • Art
August 2012
02995

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781856 698788

Methods & Theories of Art History
Second Edition
Anne D’Alleva

Art historical theory is a forum of intense, often passionate
debate. This book provides an accessible introduction to the
range of critical theories used in analyzing art. It covers a
broad range of approaches, presenting individual arguments,
controversies, and divergent perspectives. This second
edition has been updated to reflect recent scholarship in
contemporary art.
Clearly written, this book is ideal for the undergraduate
student or anyone interested in the world of ideas.
Anne D’Alleva is Associate Professor of Art History and Women’s Studies at
the University of Connecticut. She is the author of Arts of the Pacific Islands
and Look!: The Fundamentals of Art History.

978 1 85669 899 3
37 illustrations
192 pages • 5 1⁄2 × 8 1⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • Art
September 2012
01995

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781856 698993

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Light, Water, and Sky
The Paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky
Gianni Caffiero & Ivan Samarine

Following the success in 2000 of Seas, Cities,
and Dreams, the authors return with a second
volume on the works of this remarkable 19thcentury master who raised European maritime
painting to a new level.
A towering figure in his day, he shot to
international fame at an early age. His exhibitions
drew enormous crowds from all over the world and
earned him the admiration of Vernet and Turner.
He was elected a member of five European
academies and was personally acquainted with
most of the crowned heads of his day. Throughout
his long and colorful career Aivazovsky claimed
to have painted over 6,000 pictures.
The authors—the foremost experts on the
artist—have gathered the material for this book from
public and private collections worldwide. The large
number of paintings illustrated offer a significant
addition to the published corpus of Aivazovsky’s
oeuvre. Their chronological arrangement makes this
book an invaluable resource for scholars, collectors,
and Aivazovsky’s many admirers.

978 1 78067 057 7
200 color illustrations
320 pages • 11 × 12 3 ⁄8 in
US$100.00 HC • Art
November 2012
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My Wonderful World of Shoes
Nina Chakrabarti

Ever wondered what a boot inspired by a Beatles lyric
looks like? What is a “Hug My Leg” shoe? And how
about lace-ups inspired by 18th-century snuff boxes?
From stilettos to loafers, wedges to jelly shoes,
platforms to sandals, Nina Chakrabarti once again
dazzles us with her creative flair and inspires us to
look at footwear with fresh eyes. Vintage favorites
are shown alongside Vietnamese slippers, Romany
boots, and Louis heels, with famous designer pieces
such as Vivienne Westwood’s Rocking Horse golf
shoe, Maison Martin Margiela’s split-toe Tabi boot,
and Camille Unglik’s metallic Luna sandal.
Nina Chakrabarti studied illustration at Central Saint Martin’s
College and The Royal College of Art, London. She uses line drawing
to explore her love of the decorative arts, inspired by her past in
Calcutta, India, where she grew up, and the exuberance of London,
where she now lives and works.
• Encourages creativity, with shoes of all different styles
to color in, from stilettos to brogues
• Fashion theme appeals to girls of all ages
• Features vintage shoes from shoe makers like
Ferragamo, Levine, and Perugia
• Includes the author’s drawings of shoes from designers
such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Miu Miu, Westwood,
Louboutin, and Blahnik

978 1 78067 001 0
140 illustrations
144 pages • 9 × 7 in
US$15.95 PB • Fashion
August 2012
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My Wonderful World of Fashion
A Book for Drawing,
Creating, and Dreaming
Nina Chakrabarti
978 1 85669 632 6
US$19.95 PB

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My Even More
Wonderful World of Fashion
Another Book for Drawing,
Creating, and Dreaming
Nina Chakrabarti
978 1 85669 760 6
US$19.95 PB

Sticker Fashionista
Kelly Smith

With over 200 stickers and 40 outfits this book takes
the concept of the sticker book and gives it a makeover.
With cool pictures of amazing clothes and style
capitals around the world, this book will appeal to
fashion lovers of all ages.
Kelly Smith is an Australian illustrator, working predominantly
in fashion and portraiture. Graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of
Fine Arts from The Tasmanian School of Art, she has worked for a
number of international clients including: H&M, L’avion, Net-APorter, VOGUE Australia, Portmans, and The Sunday Times STYLE.
Her work has also been published in the likes of The Hub, Curvy,
RUSSH, Flare, Shop ‘Til You Drop, and Fallen.
• The first fashion sticker book to really reflect
contemporary fashion
• Over 40 outfits and 200+ stickers
• Short texts give fashion-related information and
fascinating facts
• A must for fashionistas of all ages

978 1 78067 017 1
220 color illustrations
44 pages • 9 1 ⁄4 × 12 in
US$12.95 PB • Fashion
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Vintage Menswear
A Collection from
The Vintage Showroom
Josh Sims, Roy Luckett, and Douglas Gunn

Classic workwear, sports, and military apparel.
Curated by connoisseurs of vintage clothing,
The Vintage Showroom is a vast collection of rare
20th-century pieces that fashion designers and stylists
pay to view, using the cut and detailing of individual
garments as inspiration for their own work. Offering
one-of-a-kind access, Vintage Menswear now makes
this unique resource available in book form.
Providing over 300 lavishly illustrated pages
of rare, must-see designs, Vintage Menswear is the
essential choice of 20th-century vintage tailoring and
detailing and an inspirational resource for students
and menswear fashion designers and stylists.
Josh Sims is a freelance style writer. He is the author of Rock/
Fashion, A Dictionary of Fashion Designer , Mary, Queen of Shops,
and for Laurence King Icons of Men’s Style and Cult Streetwear.
Douglas Gunn and Roy Lockett are co-founders of The Vintage
Showroom, a defi nitive collection of 20th-century menswear.
• Essential reference book for students, designers
and costumiers
• Contains 130 pieces of classic menswear that have
influenced men’s fashion today
• Features specially commissioned color photographs
of each garment alongside key details
• Includes some of the most influential designs
of the 20th century

978 1 85669 883 2
400 color illustrations
304 pages • 9 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$50.00 HC • Fashion
September 2012

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Icons of Men’s Style

100 Years of Menswear

Josh Sims

Mini Edition
Cally Blackman

978 1 85669 722 4
US$29.95 PB

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978 1 78067 021 8
US$19.95 PB

Drape Drape 2
Hisako Sato

Drape Drape 2 is the follow-up to the cult Japanese
draping book Drape Drape and the latest in the new
series from Bunka Fashion College.
Includes 14 stylish contemporary designs for tops,
dresses, skirts, vests, and jackets, with easy-to-follow
step-by-step instructions and diagrams that skilfully
guide the reader through the draping process.
With two full-scale patterns at the back, this book
provides exciting design ideas and highly practical
techniques for readers looking to continue exploring
the art of draping.
A graduate of Bunka Fashion College, Japan, Hisako Sato worked as
Head of Garment Design for Muji until 1993 when she left to develop
her own independent label. In 2008, she launched a new brand
focusing on dress design, and she is still active as a designer today.
• Cult Japanese draping book—available in English at last
• The next in a successful new series from Bunka Fashion
College in Japan (the creators of Pattern Magic)
• Easy-to-follow, step-by-step text
• Highly illustrated, with beautiful photography
• Features a collection of wearable garments that
every fashionista will want to make.

978 1 78067 004 1
230 illustrations, 30 in color
88 pages plus two double-sided,
full-scale patterns • 7 1 ⁄2 × 10 in

Includes free pattern

US$24.95 PB • Fashion
September 2012

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Drape Drape
Hisako Sato
978 1 85669 841 2
US$24.95 PB

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How to Create Your Final Collection
A Fashion Student’s Handbook
Mark Atkinson

Designing a final degree collection is a fashion
student’s first chance to approach the reality of the
industry. This handbook provides a step-by-step guide
to creating this collection, with each chapter exploring
a different stage of the project: from understanding
the brief and identifying the market to research,
development, and sampling, through to garment
design, range planning, and styling and presentation.
The book will be accompanied by a CD containing
15 additional student case studies.
Mark Atkinson began his career working with Katherine Hamnett
as an accessory designer before launching his own label, Jean Torry.
He has worked as a consultant and designer for a number of fashion
brands, as well as lecturing on fashion at Southampton Solent
University and Croydon College of Art.
• Invaluable guide for fashion students on degree courses
• Shows students how to create a fashion collection
from concept to creation
• New in the Portfolio Skills fashion series
• Includes case studies with work from 18 of the top
fashion schools in the world

978 1 85669 842 9
350 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Fashion
August 2012
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781856 698429

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Digital Textile Design

Second Edition

Melanie Bowles and Ceri Isaac

Digital Textile Design, Second Edition covers everything
students and practitioners of textile design will need to
learn about designing and printing digitally.
The book examines how designers can access this
technique, looking at the work of those currently
exploring its possibilities, and provides an insight into
the technology involved in digital textile printing.
Melanie Bowles is Senior Lecturer in Digital Textiles Design at
Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London,
with more than 15 years’ teaching experience. She is also a textile
designer and researcher and has sold and exhibited her work
internationally.
Ceri Isaac is a textile designer specializing in digital print and
technology. She has over 10 years of industry experience and her work
has been exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in
New York and the Textile Design Museum in Washington, D.C. She is
based in London.

978 1 78067 002 7
300 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Fashion
October 2012

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How to Set up & Run
a Fashion Label Second Edition
Toby Meadows

No matter how talented you are as a designer, if you
are going to run a successful fashion label you also
need to know about business—from marketing and PR
to manufacturing your collection, and where to find
the money to finance it all.
This new, expanded edition contains information
on e-commerce, sustainability, five new case studies,
and updated images throughout.
Toby Meadows is a Director of Th ree’s Company Creative
Consultancy, providing services to the fashion industry, and a
Director of the womenswear label Belle & Bunty. He is a fashion
business consultant and a visiting lecturer at the London College of
Fashion. He writes and delivers, internationally, short courses for
professional development within the fashion sector. He also acts as a
consultant to the Center for Fashion Enterprise in London, working
with the next generation of talented designers.

978 1 85669 893 1
164 color illustrations
200 pages • 7 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$30.00 PB • Fashion
August 2012
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Drawing Fashion Accessories
Steven Miller

Drawing Fashion Accessories is a practical guide to
illustrating footwear, millinery, bags and purses,
cosmetic products, and jewelry, offering a unique
resource for students and professional fashion
illustrators alike.
Illustrated with specially created step-by-step
sequences, Drawing Fashion Accessories provides
students with the knowledge and freedom to develop
their own work beyond the basics and to bring style
and flair to their illustrations.
Steven Miller is a professional fashion illustrator whose clients
include Prada Beverley Hills, Nike, Max Factor, and Harrods,
London. He teaches at the School of Art Institute of Chicago and
has previously taught at Otis School of Art and Design, and Parsons,
Los Angeles.
• Unique guide to drawing accessories
• Specially created step-by-step illustrations
• Covers drawing both for editorial illustration
and for retail outlets

978 1 85669 788 0
628 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Fashion
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100 New Fashion Designers

Mini Edition

Hywel Davies

The fashion industry has always celebrated innovative
design, and young, talented fashion designers can
make a huge impact as they explore new ideas and push
boundaries. This book showcases the diverse and unique
work of the best 100 new creatives in fashion design from
around the world.
The ultimate reference guide to the world’s
movers and shakers in fashion today, this is a book all
fashionistas will want to own.
Hywel is a Senior Lecturer at Central Saint Martins College of Art &
Design, London. Previously fashion editor of Sleazenation, he has also
written for Arena, Vogue, ELLE, Wallpaper*, Nylon, Dazed & Confused,
The Sunday Telegraph, The Observer and SHOWstudio. He is the author
of Modern Menswear, British Fashion Designers, and Fashion Designers’
Sketchbooks, all published by Laurence King.

978 1 78067 007 2
900 color illustrations
384 pages • 5 1 ⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄2 in
US$17.95 PB • Fashion
August 2012
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100 Years of Menswear

Mini Edition

Cally Blackman

A rich, comprehensive collection of images covering
the revolution in menswear over the last 100 years with
text by fashion historian Cally Blackman.
A unique collection, 100 Years of Menswear will
prove indispensable for all fashion students, historians
of dress, and lovers of men’s clothes.
Cally Blackman is a writer and lecturer. She teaches at various
institutions, including Central Saint Martins College of Art &
Design. Her publications include Costume: From 1500 to the Present
Day, and The 20s and 30s: Flappers and Vamps, and 100 Years of
Fashion Illustration.

978 1 78067 021 8
347 illustrations, 193 in color
320 pages • 6 1 ⁄2 × 8 in
US$19.95 PB • Fashion
August 2012

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Masters of Fashion Illustration

Paperback

David Downton

This lavishly illustrated and beautifully designed book
celebrates the colorful lives and dazzling work of the great
twentieth-century fashion illustrators, as chosen by one of
today’s leading fashion artists, David Downton.
The book concludes with a portfolio of David
Downton’s own work, featuring drawings of the Paris
haute couture shows and portraits of contemporary icons
such as Dita Von Teese and Linda Evangelista. Many of
the stunning images in Masters of Fashion Illustration have
not been seen since they were first published.
Over the last decade, David Downton has gained a reputation as one
of the world’s leading fashion artists. His classically elegant, yet highly
contemporary images have led to a hugely successful career working
with, among others, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, V magazine, Chanel,
Tiffany’s New York, Van Cleef & Arpels, Harrods, TopShop, Lancôme,
and the V&A Museum.
• Luxurious coffee-table book on the greats
of fashion illustration
• Written by celebrated fashion illustrator David Downton
• Fashion illustration is undergoing a renaissance
• Features an eclectic mix of styles from Erté to Andy Warhol
• A must for anyone who bought 100 Years of
Fashion Illustration

978 1 85669 839 9
200 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 × 111 ⁄2 in
US$30.00 PB • Fashion
August 2012

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Fashion Jewelry Mini Edition
Catwalk and Couture
Maia Adams

Created with the catwalk and couture in mind, fashion
jewelry is characterized by its creativity and originality.
It is one of the most exciting fields in fashion today.
Fashion Jewelry provides inspiration for designers,
jewelers, and students of fashion, offering a unique
insight into the working methods of a new generation
of jewelers. Showcasing skilled craftsmanship, unusual
materials, and an often limited-edition approach,
Fashion Jewelry harnesses the spirit of couture for the
21st century.
Since graduating from Central Saint Martins, freelance writer and
editor Maia Adams has contributed fashion and lifestyle articles to
publications including British Vogue, Elle, The Guardian, The Sunday
Times Travel Magazine and Wallpaper*. Based in London, Maia is also
a visiting lecturer on the fashion degree courses at Barcelona’s Design
Institute and the University of the Creative Arts in the UK.

978 1 78067 020 1
370 color illustrations
208 pages • 5 3 ⁄4 × 8 1 ⁄4 in
US$16.95 PB • Fashion
September 2012

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781780 670201

Copywriting Second Edition
Successful Writing for Design,
Advertising, and Marketing
Mark Shaw

Writing copy is often assumed to be a natural talent.
However, there are simple techniques you can
employ to craft strong written content with ease.
With insightful interviews from leading copywriters,
as well as illustrated case studies of major brands, this
new, expanded edition teaches the art of writing great
copy for digital media, branding, advertising, direct
marketing, retailing, catalogs, company magazines,
and internal communications.
Mark Shaw has been a professional copywriter for over 25 years.
The founder of Jupiter Design, one of the UK’s top 25 design agencies,
he is now the president of Liquid Agency Europe, managing global
brand and messaging for some of the world’s leading organizations.
Mark is also a visiting fellow at Nottingham Trent University, where
he regularly lectures on copywriting, messaging, and branding.

978 1 78067 000 3
80 color illustrations
240 pages • 6 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$24.95 PB • Advertising
October 2012

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Recycled Home
Transform Your Home
Using Salvaged Materials
Rebecca Proctor

Recycled Home features 50 stylish craft projects for the
home, using discarded or repurposed materials. Stepby-step illustrations guide you through each project,
and no special skills are needed. From quick fi xes
taking half an hour to a patchwork throw to spend
a weekend on, you’ll find something to inspire you.
Update your home creatively and economically
with flair and style. Recycled Home will appeal to
those interested in interiors, textiles, craft, gardening,
and sustainability.
Rebecca Proctor writes about fashion and interiors. She is
particularly interested in all areas relating to craft , craft smanship,
and sustainable design. Rebecca is the author of 1000 New Eco
Designs and Where to Find Them and co-author of New Shoes:
Contemporary Footwear Design, both published by Laurence King
• 50 DIY craft projects
• No special skills needed, everything is easy to make
• Includes step by step illustrations
• Uses found and recycled materials
• Taps into the trend for budget-conscious,
sustainable, DIY crafts

978 1 85669 896 2
300 color illustrations
144 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄2 in
US$19.95 PB • Interior Design
August 2012

01995

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781856 698962

Also available:

DIY Furniture
A Step-by-Step Guide
Christopher Stuart
978 1 85669 742 2
US$24.95 PB

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100 Best Bikes
Zahid Sardar

A collection of the best and most popular bikes to
be found anywhere right now, this book gives the
overview of what is out there for every kind of cyclist.
Whether you are a BMXtreme or mountain bike
enthusiast, a keen tourer or racer, a city commuter
or courier, or simply fascinated with the constantly
advancing mechanics and engineering of folding
and other innovative bike designs, this book has
something for you.
100 Best Bikes is the essential resource for anyone
wanting to know what is the best they can find now
in design and engineering for every kind of bike.
Zahid Sardar writes on architecture and design for the San
Francisco Chronicle. He has also written for Metropolis, Architecture,
Interior Design, and Surface magazines. His books include New
Garden Design (2008) and San Francisco Modern (1998). He is an
avid cyclist, navigating the hills of San Francisco on his 10-speed
Motobecane Mirage.
• Showcases the latest in design and engineering
in the bike world
• Over 220 images of the best bikes from around the world
• Essential, up-to-date resource for the seasoned rider
as well as the young novice

978 1 78067 008 9
220 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 × 7 in
US$19.95 PB • Design
September 2012

01995

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781780 670089

Also available:

The Custom Road Bike Paperback
Guy Andrews
978 1 85669 813 9
251 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Rad Rides
The Best BMX Bikes of All Time
Intercity, Gavin Lucas and Stuart Robinson
978 1 85669 726 2
400 color illustrations
160 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

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Stencil Republic
Ollystudio Limited

Stencil Republic is a pure celebration of the art of the
stencil. The 20 stencils featured, printed on perforated
card stock so that they can be cut out and used, have
been created by international artists from across the
street art scene, from the old masters to the new kids
on the block.
A collector’s item in its own right, this is a book of
stencils that can be used and treasured or just simply
be an inspiration to others to create.
Ollystudio is a London-based creative studio working in print,
fi lm and art direction. Books designed by Ollystudio include
Guerilla Art, Art by Tattooists: Beyond Flash for Laurence King and
monographs of artists Paul Insect, JR, David Choe, and Vhils for the
Lazarides Gallery. Ollystudio authored and designed The Street Art
Stencil Book (2010).
• Contains high-quality, lasercut stencils by 20 of the
world’s most talented stencil artists
• Features interviews with each artist and images
of the stencil art in situ
• Introductory interview with Hugo Kaagman (Stencil King)
• Book will be a collector’s item in its own right

978 1 78067 013 3
50 color illustrations
90 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • Design
October 2012
02995

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781780 670133

Also available:

The Street Art Stencil Book
Curated by On.Studio
978 1 85669 701 9
US$29.95 PB

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MORE
LASER-CUT
STENCILS BY THE
WORLD’S MOST
AMAZING STENCIL
ARTISTS

Stickerbomb Monsters
The SRK (Studio Rarekwai)

Stickerbomb Monsters features an extensive assortment
of fantastic and scary monster designs. Including
weird and wonderful creatures ranging from zombies
and ghosts to spaghetti monsters and love bugs, the
stickers are fun for everyone to play with, and to use
to create their very own beastly collections.
This collectable, fully-peelable sticker book is filled
with an amazing set of 250 stickers created by artists,
illustrators, and graffiti writers from around the world.
The SRK (originally Studio Rarekwai) is a creative studio based
in London and Jakarta. Initiated by a director and producer
partnership in 2006 with a focus on documentary fi lms, SRK
grew in size to house a troupe of creatives whose skills encompass
fi lmmaking, sound design, animation, illustration, publishing,
and events. The SRK has worked with Polydor Records, ARTE TV,
the BBC, Channel4, Film4, MTV, SONAR, Spaceshower TV
and a number of international non-governmental organizations.
Their books include RackGaki, Graffiti Asia, and the Stickerbomb
series (all Laurence King).
• Inexpensive, fully-peelable sticker book from
the Stickerbomb team
• Format is cute and portable
• The second in a highly collectable new series;
follow-up to Stickerbomb Letters
• Monsters are a popular and fun subject, ideal for
the Stickerbomb treatment
• Perfect for Halloween

978 1 85669 895 5
250 color illustrations
124 pages • 6 1 ⁄2 × 6 1 ⁄2 in
US$17.95 PB • Design
September 2012

01795

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781856 698955

Also available:

Stickerbomb 2

Stickerbomb Letters

Studio Rarekwai

The SRK (Studio Rarekwai)

978 1 85669 662 3
US$24.95 PB

978 1 85669 828 3
US$17.95 PB

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Logotype
Michael Evamy

Logotype is the definitive modern collection of
logotypes, monograms, and other text-based corporate
marks. Featuring more than 1,300 international
typographic identities, by around 250 design studios,
this is an indispensable handbook for every design
studio, providing a valuable resource to draw on in
branding and corporate identity projects.
Retaining the striking black-and-white aesthetic
and structure of Logo (also by Michael Evamy) and
Symbol, Logotype is an important and essential
companion volume.
Michael Evamy is a design journalist, author and copywriter
and works with major design companies on branding and
identity projects. His previous books include Logo and,
with Lucienne Roberts, Insight.
• Features over 1,300 typographic logos in use today
around the world, sorted visually into 50+ categories
• An essential resource for design professionals
and students
• Features around 40 “focus logotypes” examined
in more detail
• A must-have companion to the highly successful
Logo and Symbol

978 1 85669 894 8
1400 illustrations, 100 in color
336 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$40.00 PB • Design
September 2012

04000

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781856 698948

Also available:

Logo

Symbol

Michael Evamy

Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman

978 1 85669 528 2
US$40.00 PB

978 1 85669 727 9
US$40.00 PB

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Graphic Design Process
From Problem to Solution: 20 Case Studies
Nancy Skolos and Thomas Wedell

The process of creating graphic design cannot be easily
defined: each designer has their own way of seeing the world
and approaching their work. Graphic Design Process features
a series of in-depth case studies exploring a range of both
universal and unique design methods. Chapters investigate
typical creative strategies—Research, Inspiration, Drawing,
Narrative, Abstraction, Development, and Collaboration—
examining the work of 20 graphic designers from
around the world.
This book is aimed at students and educators,
as well as practicing designers interested in the working
methodologies of their peers.
Nancy Skolos and Thomas Wedell are graphic designers based
between Boston and Providence, USA. They teach at the Rhode Island
School of Design, where Skolos is a Professor and Department Head and
Wedell is a Senior Visiting Critic. Their posters are included in the graphic
design collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, New York; the Israel Museum, Jerusalem; and the
Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich.
• Examines the creative process in graphic design
from problem through to solution
• Includes case studies of well-known international
graphic designers
• Essential reading for students, educators,
and practicing graphic designers

978 1 85669 826 9
406 illustrations, 328 in color
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$29.95 PB • Design
September 2012

02995

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781856 698269

Also available:

Design Diaries
Creative Process
in Graphic Design
Lucienne Roberts and Rebecca Wright
978 1 85669 688 3
US$40.00 PB with flaps

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Numbers in Graphic Design
A Sourcebook
Roger Fawcett-Tang

Focusing on how graphic designers tackle the ordering
of number-heavy information, this book shows how
the best design minds around grapple with timetables,
annual reports, and other data-rich documents. It
also surveys highly creative and playful typographic
experiments with the more abstract notion of numeric
information.
Numbers in Graphic Design is the sourcebook
for any designer who wants to be able to work with
numbers creatively and with confidence.
Roger Fawcett-Tang is a British graphic designer with a special
interest in book design and calendars. He is the founder of
the award-winning Struktur Design, which has been featured
in numerous design books and international magazines. He has
written several books about design, including Experimental Formats
(vols 1 and 2), New Book Design, and New Typographic Design.
• With over 450 color images of inspirational
examples of numeric design
• Features work by leading names in numeric design
from around the world
• Outlines the basic typographic rules for working
with numbers

978 1 78067 003 4
450 color illustrations
320 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$40.00 PB • Design
October 2012

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781780 670034

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How to Use Type
Lindsey Marshall and Lester Meachem

This book is a guide to the use of type in design for
print and screen. It provides a creative, informative,
and practical introduction for those studying all
pathways of graphic design.
How to Use Type includes illustrated activities and
case studies linked to key issues discussed in the text.
This book offers an invaluable overview of an essential
aspect of visual communication.
Following a career as a freelance graphic designer, Dr Lindsey
Marshall moved into higher education and took up a post as
principal lecturer in visual communications.
Lester Meachem has worked as a freelance illustrator
and designer for many years. He is currently head of Visual
Communication and Design & Applied Arts at the School of Art &
Design, University of Wolverhampton.
Lindsey and Lester are co-authors of How to Use Images,
published by Laurence King in 2010.
• Practical guide to the applications of typography
in graphic design
• Easy-to-follow, informative text including tips
and pitfalls to avoid
• Highly illustrated, with cutting-edge examples
in print and screen
• Case studies illustrating key aspects of type design

978 1 85669 897 9
460 illustrations, 450 in color
208 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 9 in
US$29.95 PB • Design
September 2012

02995

9

781856 698979

Also available:

How to Use Images
Lindsey Marshall and Lester Meachem
978 1 85669 658 6
US$35.00 PB

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Drawing for Product Designers
Kevin Henry

This is both a practical and theoretical guide to the
visualization techniques used by contemporary
product designers, including freehand sketching,
digital rendering, information graphics, and
presentation skills. Hundreds of hand-drawn sketches
and computer models have been specially created
to demonstrate critical geometry and show how to
develop sketches into finished illustrations.
Practical tutorials give guidance in creating simple
and complex forms, as well as rendering and providing
context using scenarios and storyboards. Insightful
case studies of leading designers illustrate the full
range of different visualization options available.
Kevin Henry is an Associate Professor in the product design
program at Columbia College Chicago. His design work has received
both the IDEA and the Good Design awards, and he has lectured
and conducted workshops in the US, Canada, Europe, and Mexico.
• In-depth coverage of both traditional sketching skills
and computer-aided design
• Includes 20 step-by-step tutorials that demonstrate
key techniques
• Illustrated case studies feature the work
of leading designers and demonstrate a range
of presentation styles

978 1 85669 743 9
350 illustrations, 150 in color
208 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Product Design
August 2012

03500

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Prototyping and Modelmaking
for Product Design
Bjarki Hallgrimsson

Building prototypes and models is an essential
component of any design activity. Modern product
development is a multi-disciplinary effort that relies
on prototyping in order to explore new ideas and test
them sufficiently before they become actual products.
A comprehensive modern prototyping approach
is crucial to making informed design decisions, and
forms a strategic part of a successful designer’s toolkit.
Bjarki Hallgrimsson is a practicing product development consultant
and an Associate Professor at the School of Industrial Design,
Carleton University, Ottawa.
• A key skill for all product design students
• The only stand-alone text on prototyping and
modelmaking, specifically for product design
• Practical, step-by-step guide, with tutorials, showing
how to create models from a wide range of materials
• Includes industry examples of real products by
international designers

978 1 85669 876 4
300 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Product Design
September 2012
03500

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781856 698764

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Why Shrink-wrap a Cucumber?
The Complete Guide to
Environmental Packaging
Laurel Miller and Stephen Aldridge

Designed for all those involved in the packaging
industry—packaging designers, manufacturers
and retailers—this book provides a comprehensive
illustrated guide to designing environmentally
friendly packaging.
Containing comprehensive directories of different
packaging materials, including their environmental
credentials, and of different packaging formats, this
book offers those seeking to answer design briefs with
an environmental requirement a comprehensive guide
to the possibilities available to them.
Laurel Miller and Stephen Aldridge are Directors of a.m. associates.
They have worked with Minale Tattersfield and Partners, Conran
Associates, Roberts Weaver, Priestman Associates, Newell and
Sorrell, and Addison. Laurel runs masterclasses in Packaging
Design and Environmental Packaging.
• Everything the designer or marketeer needs to know
about creating eco-friendly packaging
• Includes case studies, opinions, and advice from
well-known industry figures
• Reveals how designers can care for the environment
and still produce work that is creative and engaging

978 1 85669 757 6
300 color illustrations
248 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$40.00 PB • Product Design
September 2012

04000

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781856 697576

Also available:

Designing Sustainable Packaging
Scott Boylston
978 1 85669 597 8
US$40.00 PB

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Architectural Inventions
Visionary Drawings
Matt Bua and Maximilian Goldfarb

Born out of the drawingbuilding.org online archive,
Architectural Inventions presents a stunning visual
study of impossible or speculative structures that
exist only on paper. Soliciting the work of architects,
designers, and artists of renown—as well as emerging
talents from all over the world—Maximilian
Goldfarb and Matt Bua have gathered an array of
works that convey architectural alternatives, by
products, expansions, or critiques of our inhabited
environments.
Highlighting visions that exist outside of
established channels of production and conventions
of design, Architectural Inventions showcases
a multiplicity in concept and vision, fantasy
and innovation.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, Matt Bua is an installation artist
who makes small-scale improvised buildings. His recent work
tries to redefi ne and reimagine architecture. He has shown work
internationally at various exhibitions and public spaces.
Currently based in Chicago, Maximilian Goldfarb is an
interdisciplinary artist, producing site-derived works in various
media. He has participated in numerous international exhibitions.
• Features exciting and innovative architectural fantasies
• Includes work by some of the world’s leading architects
as well as up-and-coming talents
• Authors run the DrawingBuilding online archive

978 1 78067 005 8
600 color illustrations
336 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$40.00 HC • Architecture
October 2012

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781780 670058

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31

Key Buildings from
Prehistory to the Present
Plans, Sections, and Elevations
Andrew Ballantyne

The latest in this successful series, this book features
around 150 of the most important buildings in the
history of world architecture—from the pyramids and
the Parthenon to some of the most significant works
by recent architects.
The quality and number of the line drawings,
together with the authoritative text by a renowned
architectural historian, allow all the buildings to
be understood in detail and make this an invaluable
resource for students.
Andrew Ballantyne is Professor of Architecture at Newcastle
University. He has been the Chairman of the Society of
Architectural Historians of Great Britain, and has written
extensively on architectural history and theory, including
Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home (2011), and the
bestselling Architecture: A Very Short Introduction (2002).
• Invaluable resource for all architecture students,
both in their studio work and their history training
• Includes around 150 of the key buildings of architectural
history from around the world
• All drawings are newly drawn for this book
• Includes free CD with all drawings

978 1 85669 837 5
1030 illustrations, 230 in color
320 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$50.00 HC • Architecture
October 2012

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781856 698375

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includes CD

Architecture From
Commission to Construction
Jennifer Hudson

This book provides an in-depth study of the design
and construction processes behind 25 leading
contemporary buildings. Covering a broad range
of international projects, the book illustrates the
working methods and creative concerns of both longestablished and emerging international architects.
Architecture: From Commission to Construction
offers both students and professional architects an
inspiring and informative overview of how today’s
major architectural projects are designed and built.
Jennifer Hudson is an author, editor, and researcher in the fields
of contemporary design and architecture, and was the general
editor of The International Design Yearbook for 15 years. She is the
author of 1000 Designs and Where to Find Them Volumes 1 & 2,
Interior Architecture Now, Process: 50 Product Designs from Concept
to Manufacture, and Interior Architecture: From Brief to Build.
• Exhaustive coverage of each project with many
exclusive images published for the first time
• Shows the whole process of architecture, from concept
to construction
• International coverage of both established and
emerging designers

978 1 85669 823 8
840 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$45.00 PB • Architecture
August 2012

04500

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781856 698238

Also available:

Interior Architecture
From Brief to Build
Jennifer Hudson
978 1 85669 697 5
US$45.00 PB

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Digital Fabrication in Architecture
Nick Dunn

With the increasing sophistication of CAD and other
design soft ware, there is now a wide array of means
for both designing and fabricating architecture and its
components. The proliferation of advanced modeling
soft ware and hardware has enabled architects and
students to conceive and create designs that would be
very difficult to do using more traditional methods.
This book focuses on the inspiring possibilities for
architecture that can be achieved with all the different
technologies and techniques available for making
complete designs or their components.
Nick Dunn is a Principal Lecturer at the Manchester School of
Architecture. His primary research interests are in the fields of
visualization, modelling, mapping, representation in architecture,
infrastructure, and urbanism. His publications include Architectural
Modelmaking (Laurence King 2010) and the co-authored Urban
Maps: Instruments of Narrative and Interpretation in the City
(Ashgate 2011).
• Comprehensive coverage of the latest technological
developments in this fast-moving area
• Clear step-by-step examples take the reader through both
digital and hybrid analogue-digital techniques
• Innovative case studies demonstrate cutting-edge practice
from both major international offices and emergent firms

978 1 85669 891 7
640 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$40.00 PB • Architecture
September 2012

04000

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781856 698917

Also available:
includes CD

includes CD

Detail in Contemporary
Glass Architecture

Detail in Contemporary
Timber Architecture

Virginia McLeod

Virginia McLeod

978 1 85669 740 8
US$50.00 HC

978 1 85669 641 8
US$50.00 HC

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Towards Zero-energy Architecture
New Solar Design Paperback
Mary Guzowski

This book explores the theories, practices, and
principles of new approaches to solar architecture
that foster both design excellence and low-energy use.
In response to the challenges of global warming and
climate change, design and technology enable architects
to achieve greater performance standards while at the
same time developing an environmental aesthetic.
Towards Zero-energy Architecture is a much-needed
call for the design professions to redefine architecture
to help solve ecological problems.
Mary Guzowski is an Associate Professor in the School of
Architecture at the University of Minnesota. She teaches and conducts
research related to daylighting, solar architecture, and ecological
design and her publications include the book Daylighting for
Sustainable Design. Recent research has focused on aesthetic and solar
architecture and ecological innovations in carbon-neutral design.

978 1 78067 026 3
406 illustrations, 368 in color
208 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$29.95 PB • Architecture
August 2012

02995

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781780 670263

The New Modern House Paperback
Redefining Functionalism
Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathaki

Modern architecture is a story of movements, styles, and
genres. But what of the work that remains defiantly unique,
refusing to submit to a label or genre? The New Modern
House is a comprehensive look at the emerging trend of
architecture that favors substance over style, combining
functional design and sustainable processes with a
straightforward, honest aesthetic.
The New Modern House is an inspirational guide
to this new architectural concept, describing a diversity
of new forms and approaches to the modern house.
Jonathan Bell writes about architecture and design for Wallpaper*,
Blueprint, and Grafik. He is co-editor of things magazine and
his recent books include The Transformable House, Carchitecture, P
enthouse Living, and 21st Century House.
Ellie Stathaki is Deputy Architecture Editor at Wallpaper* magazine.
She has contributed to Blueprint, Financial Times, and The Guardian,
as well as the book 1,000 Buidings You Must See Before You Die.

978 1 78067 025 6
460 color illustrations
240 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • Architecture
August 2012

02995

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781780 670256

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Detail in Contemporary
Concrete Architecture
David Phillips and Megumi Yamashita

Detail in Contemporary Concrete Architecture provides
analysis of both the technical and the aesthetic
importance of details in modern concrete architecture.
Featuring the work of renowned architects from
around the world, this book presents 49 of the most
recently completed and influential concrete designs
for both residential and commercial architecture.
Each project is presented with color photographs,
site plans, and sections and elevations, as well
as numerous construction details. There is also
descriptive text, detailed captions, and in-depth
information for each project. A bonus CD-ROM
contains all the drawings as printed in the book,
in both EPS and DWG (generic CAD) formats.
David Phillips graduated with an MA in fi ne art from the Royal
College of Art and later studied architecture at London South Bank
University. He has worked for a number of leading architecture and
design companies in the UK. Currently he is a senior lecturer in
design at the University of the Arts London.
Megumi Yamashita is a journalist writing about architecture
and design for various publishers in both the UK and Japan.
• Invaluable book for both students and professionals
• Unprecedented, detailed examination of the best
of recent concrete architecture
• All drawings are styled in the same consistent way
and are presented at standard architectural scales
for easy comparison
• Includes free CD with all drawings

978 1 78067 009 6
700 illustrations, 200 in color
224 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$50.00 HC • Architecture
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Detail in Contemporary
Landscape Architecture Paperback
Virginia McLeod

Featuring many of the world’s most highly acclaimed
landscape architects, this book presents 40 of the most
recently completed and influential landscape designs. Each
project is presented with color photographs, site plans and
sections as well as numerous consistently styled construction
details. Intended for architects, engineers and landscape
architects, the book will also be invaluable for architecture,
garden and landscape design students, for whom it will be
a resource not only for understanding the work of the best
contemporary landscape architects, but also as a tool for
their own design work.

978 1 78067 023 2
530 illustrations, 180 in color
192 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in

includes CD

US$29.95 PB • Architecture
August 2012

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781780 670232

Detail in Contemporary
Residential Architecture

Paperback

Virginia McLeod

Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture
provides analysis of both the technical and the
aesthetic importance of details in the development
of contemporary residential architecture. Featuring
many of the world’s most highly acclaimed architects,
the book presents more than 50 of the most recently
completed and influential house designs.
For each house there are color photographs, plans of
every floor, sections and elevations as well as numerous
consistently styled construction details. The book also
features in-depth information for each project.
Virginia McLeod was the editor of The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary
World Architecture. She is the author of several books, including Detail
in Contemporary Landscape Architecture, the Encyclopedia of Detail
Contemporary Residential Architecture and Detail in Contemporary
Timber Architecture.

978 1 78067 024 9
600 illustrations, 200 in color
240 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in

includes CD

US$29.95 PB • Architecture
August 2012

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781780 670249

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Detail in Contemporary
Lighting Design
Jill Entwistle

Lighting is a key feature of almost all interiors
but it is often treated in a rather superficial manner
in most books. This volume features more than
40 recent international projects where the lighting
is the defining design feature.
Each project includes detailed plans, diagrams,
sketches, and CAD visuals to demonstrate the lighting
techniques involved. These are accompanied by an
explanatory text that looks at the original brief, the
design concept, and the detailed specification of the
light fittings. A bonus CD includes technical drawings
from the book. This book will be an invaluable
resource for professional interior designers and
architects in what is a fast-changing field.
Jill Entwistle was editor of Light magazine for several years and is
the author of a number of books on lighting, including Designing
with Light: Bars and Clubs and Designing with Light: Hotels.
• Detailed examination of 40 of the best recent
lighting schemes
• Includes sketches, lighting diagrams,
CAD visualizations, and installation drawings
detailing the latest lighting technology
• Shows how major lighting practices and
professional lighting designers create complete
installations and meet the client’s brief

978 1 78067 010 2
400 illustrations, 200 in color
192 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$50.00 HC • Architecture
September 2012

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781780 670102

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includes CD

Lighting for Interior Design
Malcolm Innes

Without light, interior architecture cannot be fully
designed and experienced. It is one of the key tools for
an interior designer, but can be a dauntingly technical
subject for students.
This book takes a detailed, practical look at
lighting in interior design, giving students all the key
information and skills they need to be able to tackle
lighting successfully in their designs.
Malcolm Innes is a lighting designer, a light artist, and lighting
educator. He has lectured internationally on the subjects of light,
art, and architecture and he teaches on the MDes Lighting, BDes
Interior Architecture and BDes Design and Digital Arts programs
at Edinburgh’s Napier University. He is also an active member
of the Professional Lighting Designers’ Association.
• Specially drawn diagrams and photographic
sequences explain the physics of light
• Case studies of work by well-known lighting
designers show what should be lit and how
• Detailed plans and drawings demonstrate how to
represent lighting concepts using CAD and 3D models

978 1 85669 836 8
304 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Design
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Materials and Interior Design
Rachael Brown and Lorraine Farrelly

The choice of materials is critical to the success
of an interior. This book examines every aspect of
the the use of materials in interior design, from initial
concept and selection to visual representation and
practical application.
The book includes useful step-by-step sequences,
information on properties and sustainability, and
a list of resources, online archives, and samplelibraries.
It is an invaluable practical and inspirational guide
for interior design students.
Rachael Brown is a senior lecturer at Portsmouth School
of Architecture. Before this, she worked as an interior
designerfor 15 years.
Lorraine Farrelly is an architect and teaches undergraduate
and postgraduate courses at the Portsmouth School of Architecture.
Her previous books include Drawing for Urban Design
(Laurence King, 2011).
• The understanding of materials is a key to the
creation of a good interior
• Packed full of practical information on how to select,
represent, and use appropriate materials
• Includes useful lists of resources, including online
archives and sample libraries

978 1 85669 759 0
250 color Illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • Interior Design
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Gifts

Let’s Make Some
Great Placemat Art
Marion Deuchars

Based on the best selling Let’s
Make Some Great Art, Marion
Deuchars has devised some fun
and educational art activities
to keep kids, young and old,
occupied at mealtimes. Featuring
36 generously sized mats printed
on art activity paper, and nine
different designs, including three
all-new illustrations. Make up
your own pasta shapes. Picture
your favorite meal. Draw Mona
Lisa’s Smile. Invent a meal for
an alien. Let’s Make Some
Great Placemat Art!
978 1 85669 921 1
9 illustrations
72 pages • 14 1 ⁄2 × 10 1 ⁄4 in
US$12.95 PB • Gift
September 2012

0 1 2 9 5

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781856 699211

Magic and Fairytale Dice
Illustrated by Hannah Waldron

Revive the art of storytelling using
these nine beautifully illustrated
wooden dice to create the most
imaginative, funny, and bizarre
stories. This is the perfect family
game that will stimulate the
imaginations of children and adults
alike. Ideal for playing by a log fire.
978 1 85669 919 8
54 illustrations
9 printed wooden dice

3 1 ⁄3 × 3 1 ⁄3 × 1 1 ⁄5 in
US$14.95 • Gift
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Bird Bingo
Illustrated by Christine Berrie

This beautifully illustrated bingo
game features 64 species of birds
from around the world. Spot all
kinds of birds—from the robin
to the puffin and the kookaburra
to the splendid fairywren—mark
them off on your card and bingo!
Contains 64 superbly illustrated
bird tokens, one board, 12 bingo
cards, and brightly colored
counters for you to mark up your
card, as well as a leaflet containing
basic information and a few quirky
traits for all of the birds featured.
978 1 85669 917 4
64 color illustrations
Box with 64 tokens, 12 bingo cards,
counters, cloth bag, and games board

10 1 ⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄2 × 3 1 ⁄5 in
US$29.95 • Gift
September 2012

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781856 699174

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Bike Watching
An Explorer’s Journal
Illustrated by David Sparshott

This journal is designed to
champion a new type of activity:
bike watching! Inspired by
birdwatching logs and the very
British tradition of trainspotting,
this journal gives users room to
record and sketch all kinds of
strange, exciting, and surprising
wheeled events.
978 1 85669 918 1
44 color illustrations
160 pages • 5 1 ⁄4 × 7 3 ⁄4 in
US$14.95 PB • Gift
September 2012

01495

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781856 699181

Sixty-four
Leaves Journal
Illustrated by Camille Rousseau

This unique, stunningly illustrated
notebook is ideal for use as an
everyday journal or sketchpad.
Camille Rousseau’s bespoke
drawings celebrate the beauty of
leaves in all moods and seasons:
from the papery veins of a dried
leaf to exuberant vines climbing
a drainpipe, each new leaf that you
turn over will provide an exquisite
backdrop for your notes.
978 1 85669 913 6
64 color illustrations
128 pages • 5 1 ⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄4 in
US$12.95 PB • Gift
September 2012

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781856 699136

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The Vintage
Fashion Journal
Illustrated by Niki Pilkington

The Vintage Fashion Journal is
perfect for jotting down ideas
when trawling vintage boutiques,
galleries, old-school tearooms,
and flea markets for inspiration.
With a cloth cover and ribbon
fastening, this is an attractive gift
for fashionistas, stationery addicts,
and fans of all things vintage.
978 1 85669 916 7
20 illustrations
128 pages • 6 × 8 in
US$12.95 HC • Gift
September 2012

0 1 2 9 5

9

781856 699167

Match a Pair of Shoes
Memory Game
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

An ideal gift for shoe lovers
everywhere, this beautifully
produced memory game tests your
recollection of some of the world’s
most fabulous shoes—from vintage
Ferragamo sandals to the latest
Manolo’s. Suitable for one or more
players from six years upwards.
978 1 85669 907 5
50 color illustrations
Box of 50 cards • 3 1 ⁄2 × 2 1 ⁄2 in
US$15.95 • Gift
September 2012

0 1 5 9 5

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Gifts

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01495

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781856 699006

01495

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Sixty-four Leaves Journal

Bicycle Travel Journal

Illustrations by Camille Rousseau

Illustrations by Nigel Peake

978 1 85669 913 6
64 color illustrations
128 pages • 5 1 ⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄4 in
US$12.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 900 6
20 color illustrations
128 pages • 7 3 /4 x 5 1/4 in
US$14.95 PB • 2011

781856 699181

Bike Watching
An Explorer’s Journal
Illustrations by David Sparshott
978 1 85669 918 1
44 color illustrations
160 pages • 5 1 ⁄4 × 7 3 ⁄4 in
US$14.95 PB • 2012

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781856 699013

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Bird Bingo

Dogs: Best in Show

Fashion Face-Off

Illustrations by Christine Berrie

Illustrations by Polly Horner

Illustrations by Erin Petson

978 1 85669 917 4
64 color illustrations
Box with 64 tokens, 12 bingo cards,
counters, cloth bag, and games board
US$29.95 • 2012

978 1 85669 901 3
Set of 34 cards • 2 1/2 x 4 in
US$9.95 • 2011

978 1 85669 902 0
250 color illustrations
Set of 34 cards • 2 1/2 x 4 in
US$9.95 • 2011

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Illustrations by Oscar Bolton Green
978 1 85669 910 5
Set of 62 cards • 7 3 /4 x 7 3 /4 in
US$14.95 • 2012

781856 699211

9

781856 699198

Magic and Fairytale Dice

Marion Deuchars

978 1 85669 919 8
54 illustrations
9 printed wooden dice
3 1 ⁄3 × 3 1 ⁄3 × 1 1 ⁄5 in
US$14.95 • 2012

978 1 85669 921 1
72 pages • 14 1 ⁄2 × 10 1 ⁄4 in
US$12.95 PB • 2012

Gifts

0 1 5 9 5

01495

Let’s Make Some
Great Placemat Art

46

781856 699105

Find My Piglet!
The Animal Family
Memory Game

Fa ll 2
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9

01495

Illustrations by Hannah Waldron

9

781856 699044

0 1 5 9 5

9

781856 699051

Magma Sketchbook:
Design & Art Direction

Magma Sketchbook:
Fashion

978 1 85669 904 4
152 pages • 7 x 9 1/2 in
US$15.95 PB with bellyband • 2011

978 1 85669 905 1
152 pages • 7 x 9 1/2 in
US$15.95 PB with bellyband • 2011

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0 1 5 9 5

00995

Match a Pair of Shoes
Memory Game

My Wonderful World
of Fashion Poscards

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Nina Chakrabarti

978 1 85669 907 5
50 color illustrations
Box of 50 cards • 3 1 ⁄2 × 2 1 ⁄2 in
US$15.95 • 2012

978 1 85669 906 8
Set of 30 detachable postcards
4 3 /4 x 6 1/2 in
US$9.95 Perfect, quarterbound
2011

02495

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Make Your Own Robot
978 1 85669 903 7
Set of 15 card robots • 7 3 /4 x 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

781856 699075

9

781856 699068

00995

9

781856 699129

Naughty Little People Postcards
978 1 85669 912 9
Set of 21 detachable postcards
4 3 /4 x 6 1/2 in
US$9.95 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
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01695

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781856 699112

0 1 2 9 5

9

781856 699167

Photo Journal

The Vintage Fashion Journal

Illustrations by Christine Berrie

Illustrations by Niki Pilkington

978 1 85669 911 2
32 color illustrations
128 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 3 /4 in
US$16.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 916 7
20 illustrations
128 pages • 6 × 8 in
US$12.95 HC • Gift
August 2012

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Gift Books

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01795

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781780 670072

781780 670218

9

100 Years of Menswear

Art & Sole Mini Edition

Mini Edition
Hywel Davies

Mini Edition
Cally Blackman

Intercity

978 1 78067 007 2
900 color illustrations
384 pages • 5 1 ⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄2 in
US$17.95 PB • 2012

978 1 78067 021 8
347 illustrations, 193 in color
320 pages • 6 1 ⁄2 × 8 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 881 8
500 color illustrations
240 pages • 5 3 /4 x 8 in
US$16.95 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

00995

781780 670188

01995

01495

9

9

781856 697002

Art by Tattooists Mini Edition

The Book of Skulls

Jo Waterhouse

Faye Dowling

978 1 78067 018 8
200 color illustrations
128 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 6 1⁄2 in
US$9.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 700 2
164 color illustrations
160 pages • 5 1/2 x 7 in
US$14.95 PB • 2011

781856 697583

01695

9

781780 670201

Creative Space Mini Edition
Urban Homes of
Artists and Innovators

Fashion Jewelry Mini Edition
Catwalk and Couture

Francesca Gavin

978 1 78067 020 1
370 color illustrations
208 pages • 5 3 ⁄4 × 8 1 ⁄4 in
US$16.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 758 3
250 color illustrations
208 pages • 6 1/2 x 7 3 /4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2011

Fa ll 2
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Maia Adams

Fa ll 2
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781856 698818

100 New Fashion Designers

Fa ll 2
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9

01695

781780 670171

Sticker Fashionista
Kelly Smith
978 1 78067 017 1
200 color illustrations
44 pages • 9 1 ⁄4 × 12 in
US$12.95 PB • 2012

01995

01495

9

781856 697613

9

781856 697866

How to Be the Best Bubblewriter
in the World, Ever!

Let’s Make Some Great Art

Linda Scott

978 1 85669 786 6
600 illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$19.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 761 3
300 illustrations
144 pages • 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$14.95 PB • 2011

Marion Deuchars

01495

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781780 670157

Let’s Make Some
Great Fingerprint Art
Marion Deuchars
978 1 78067 015 7
128 pages • 8 1⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$14.95 PB • 2012

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781856 697873

01995

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Microworlds
Margherita Dessanay and Marc Valli
978 1 85669 787 3
215 color illustrations
144 pages • 7 3 /4 x 7 3 /4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2011

781856 697606

781856 697675

9

Nina Chakrabarti

978 1 85669 632 6
700 illustrations
272 pages • 8 1 ⁄4 x 11 1 ⁄ 2 in
US$19.95 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 760 6
700 illustrations
240 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$19.95 PB • 2011

Nina Chakrabarti

9

9

781856 698856

Sue Huey and Rebecca Proctor

978 1 85669 885 6
400 color illustrations
240 pages • 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 in
US$16.95 PB • 2012

Drusilla Cole

781780 670010

My Wonderful World of Shoes
Nina Chakrabarti
978 1 78067 001 0
140 illustrations
144 pages • 9 × 7 in
US$15.95 PB • 2012

02495

01695

01695

Patterns Mini Edition

0 1 5 9 5

9

My Wonderful World of Fashion
A Book for Drawing,
Creating, and Dreaming

New Shoes Mini Edition
Contemporary Footwear Design
978 1 85669 767 5
300 color illustrations
208 pages • 5 1/2 x 8 in
US$17.95 PB • 2011

781856 696326

My Even More
Wonderful World of Fashion
Another Book for Drawing,
Creating, and Dreaming

01795

9

01995

9

781856 696074

781856 697668

The Picture Book Mini Edition
Contemporary Illustration

Protest Stencil Toolkit

Edited by Angus Hyland

978 1 85669 766 8
46 illustrations
144 pages • 11 3 /4 x 8 1/4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 607 4
500 color illustrations
344 pages • 5 1/4 x 7 in
US$16.95 PB • 2010

Patrick Thomas

Fa ll 2
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01995

01695

9

781856 698863

9

781856 696678

02495

02995

9

781780 670133

9

781856 695671

Skateboard Stickers Mini Edition

The Sneaker Coloring Book

Stencil Republic

Stickerbomb

Steve Cardwell and Mark Munson

Daniel Jarosch and Henrik Klingel

Ollystudio Limited

Studio Rarekwai

978 1 85669 886 3
350 color illustrations
144 pages • 6 1/2 x 7 1/4 in
US$16.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 667 8
110 illustrations, 10 in color
216 pages • 10 3 /4 x 7 in
US$19.95 PB • 2010

978 1 78067 013 3
50 color illustrations
90 pages • 9 3 /4 × 9 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 567 1
With over 250 fully-peelable color stickers
132 pages • 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 in (landscape)
US$24.95 PB • 2008

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9

Stickerbomb 2

Stickerbomb Letters

Stickerbomb Monsters

Studio Rarekwai

The SRK (Studio Rarekwai)

The SRK (Studio Rarekwai)

978 1 85669 662 3
With over 280 fully-peelable color stickers
132 pages • 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 in
US$24.95 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 828 3
500 color illustrations
124 pages • 6 1/2 x 6 1/2 in
US$17.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 895 5
250 color illustrations
124 pages • 6 1 ⁄2 × 6 1 ⁄2 in
US$17.95 PB • 2012

02995

9

781856 697019

01995

781856 696821

Street Art Doodle Book
Outside the Lines
Dave the Chimp
978 1 85669 682 1
Over 200 illustrations
256 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$19.95 PB • 2010

0 1 2 9 5

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781856 697156

The Street Art Stencil Book

Whose Hair?

Curated by On.Studio

Christina Christoforou

978 1 85669 701 9
20 stencils; 50 illustrations
90 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 715 6
227 illustrations
128 pages • 5 1 ⁄4 x 7 1 ⁄ 2 in
US$12.95 PB • 2011

Fashion
and Textiles

02995

9

781856 697330

04000

9

781856 695718

04000

9

781856 694629

100 Ideas that Changed Fashion

100 New Fashion Designers

Harriet Worsley

100 Years of Fashion Illustration

Hywel Davies

Cally Blackman

978 1 85669 733 0
250 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 571 8
900 color illustrations
384 pages • 7 1/2 x 11 1/2 in
US$40.00 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 462 9
400 color illustrations
384 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2007

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781856 697989

9

781780 670218

9

100 Years of Fashion

100 Years of Menswear

Cally Blackman

Mini Edition
Cally Blackman

978 1 85669 798 9
400 color illustrations
400 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

978 1 78067 021 8
347 illustrations, 193 in color
320 pages • 6 1 ⁄2 × 8 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

9

781856 698818

781856 695749

781856 696166

03500

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781856 696487

Adorn
New Jewelry

Advanced Fashion Drawing
Lifestyle Illustration

Amanda Mansell

Bil Donovan

978 1 85669 574 9
460 color illustrations
272 pages • 9 1/2 x 6 3 /4 in (landscape)
US$29.95 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 648 7
340 color illustrations
192 pages • 9 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

04000

04000

01695

9

02995

01995

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04000

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781856 696630

781856 696333

Art & Sole Mini Edition

Bag

The Boot

British Fashion Designers

Intercity

Sue Huey and Susie Draffan

Bradley Quinn

Hywel Davies

978 1 85669 881 8
500 color illustrations
240 pages • 5 3 /4 x 8 in
US$16.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 616 6
250 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 x 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2009

978 1 85669 663 0
250 color illustrations
192 pages • 7 3 /4 x 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2010

978 1 85669 633 3
350 color illustrations
208 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 x 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2009

katie dominy

Contemporary
Lingerie Design

03500

9

781856 698207

04000

9

781856 696500

01695

02995

9

781856 696517

9

781856 698177

Color Forecasting for Fashion

Contemporary Lingerie Design

Cult Streetwear

Cult Streetwear Mini Edition

Kate Scully and Debra Johnston Cobb

Katie Dominy

Josh Sims

Josh Sims

978 1 85669 820 7
257 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 650 0
350 color illustrations
192 pages • 7 3 /4 x 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2010

978 1 85669 651 7
900 illustrations, 800 in color
208 pages • 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$29.95 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 817 7
900 illustrations, 800 in color
208 pages • 6 x 8 in
US$16.95 PB • 2011

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781856 695428

781856 695862

9

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781780 670027

Custom Kicks
Personalized Footwear

Digital Textile Design

Digital Textile Design

Melanie Bowles and Ceri Isaac

Kim Smits and Matthijs Maat
of MAKI Design

978 1 85669 586 2
200 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2009

Second Edition
Melanie Bowles and Ceri Isaac

978 1 85669 542 8
320 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 in (landscape)
US$19.95 PB • 2008

978 1 78067 002 7
300 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

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781856 696531

781856 698412

781856 697996

DIY Couture
Create Your Own
Fashion Collection
Rosie Martin
978 1 85669 799 6
870 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 1/4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

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781780 670041

781856 697880

DIY Fashion
Customize and Personalize

Drape Drape

Drape Drape 2

Drawing Fashion Accessories

Hisako Sato

Hisako Sato

Steven Miller

Selena Francis-Bryden

978 1 85669 841 2
200 illustrations
88 pages • 7 1/2 x 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

978 1 78067 004 1
230 illustrations
88 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 788 0
628 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 653 1
250 color illustrations
144 pages • 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 in
US$24.95 PB • 2010

9

781856 696913

Eco Fashion
Sass Brown
978 1 85669 691 3
282 color illustrations
208 pages • 7 3 /4 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

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Fabric for Fashion
A Comprehensive Guide
to Natural Fibers

Fabric for Fashion
The Swatch Book

Fashion & Sustainability
Design for Change

Clive Hallett and Amanda Johnston

Kate Fletcher and Lynda Grose

Clive Hallett and Amanda Johnston

978 1 85669 669 2
50 color illustrations
70 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$95.00 HC • 2010

978 1 85669 754 5
150 illustrations, 100 in color
192 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 1/2 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 612 8
464 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2010

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781856 696838

Fashion & Textiles
The Essential Careers Guide

Fashion A to Z
An Illustrated Dictionary

Fashion Design Third Edition

Fashion Designers’ Sketchbooks

Sue Jenkyn Jones

Hywel Davies

Carol Brown

Alex Newman and Zakee Shariff

978 1 85669 617 3
150 color illustrations
256 pages • 7 x 9 3 /4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 573 2
214 illustrations
240 pages • 7 x 8 3 /4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 619 7
374 color illustrations
272 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 683 8
335 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 3 /4 in
US$40.00 HC • 2010

04000

03500

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781856 696548

Fashion Illustrator Second Edition
Bethan Morris
978 1 85669 654 8
250 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

781856 696555

03500

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781856 696180

Flats: Technical Drawing
for Fashion

Footwear Design

Maia Adams

Basia Szkutnicka

978 1 85669 655 5
370 color illustrations
208 pages • 7 3 /4 x 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2010

978 1 85669 618 0
757 illustrations, 230 in color
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 745 3
350 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

04000

9

781856 696937

Jay Hess and Simone Pasztorek
978 1 85669 693 7
800 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2010

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781856 697453

Fashion Jewelry
Catwalk and Couture

Fa ll 2
2 01

Graphic Design for Fashion

04000

Fa ll 2
2 01

781856 698429

How to Create
Your Final Collection
A Fashion Student’s Handbook
Mark Atkinson
978 1 85669 842 9
350 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

03000

03000

03500

9

Aki Choklat

9

781856 695756

9

781856 698931

How to Set up
& Run a Fashion Label

How to Set up
& Run a Fashion Label

Toby Meadows

Second Edition
Toby Meadows

978 1 85669 575 6
180 illustrations, 160 in color
176 pages • 7 x 9 3 /4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 893 1
164 color illustrations
200 pages • 7 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2012

02995

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04000

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781856 696715

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03500

9

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781856 697040

Icons of Men’s Style

Leather Fashion Design

Marketing Fashion

Masters of Fashion Illustration

Josh Sims

Francesca Sterlacci

Harriet Posner

David Downton

978 1 85669 722 4
264 illustrations, 173 in color
192 pages • 7 3 /4 x 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 671 5
313 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 723 1
300 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 704 0
200 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2010

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Masters of Fashion Illustration

Pattern Magic

Pattern Magic 2

Paperback
David Downton

Tomoko Nakamichi

Tomoko Nakamichi

978 1 85669 705 7
200 color illustrations
104 pages • 7 1 ⁄ 2 x 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 706 4
200 color illustrations
104 pages • 7 1 ⁄ 2 x 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 839 9
200 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 × 111 ⁄2 in
US$30.00 PB • 2012

02495

02495
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Pattern Magic
Stretch Fabrics
Tomoko Nakamichi
978 1 85669 827 6
200 illustrations
104 pages • 7 1 ⁄ 2 x 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

includes CD

04000

9

781856 697507

Patternmaking
Dennic Chunman Lo
978 1 85669 750 7
620 illustrations, 400 in color
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

03500

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781856 696210

02995

03500

9

781856 696463

9

781856 697927

The Pattern Sourcebook
A Century of Surface Design

Print & Pattern

Print & Pattern 2

Bowie Style

Bowie Style

Drusilla Cole

978 1 85669 646 3
750 color illustrations
304 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 792 7
550 color illustrations
304 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 621 0
342 color illustrations
304 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 x 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2009

Titles by Category

55

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781856 696159

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Stylists
New Fashion Visionaries

Tees
The Art of the T-Shirt

Katie Baron

MAKI Design

978 1 85669 829 0
186 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

978 1 85669 615 9
700 color illustrations
336 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 x 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2009

03500

03500
9

781856 696876

781856 695817

Textile Designers
at the Cutting Edge

Textile Design
Simon Clarke
978 1 85669 687 6
339 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1 ⁄ 2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2011

Bradley Quinn
978 1 85669 581 7
650 color illustrations
320 pages • 8 1/4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$35.00 Flexibound with ribbon • 2009

Fa ll 2
2 01

03500

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781856 697309

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Textiles Now

The Tote Bag

Drusilla Cole

Jitesh Patel

978 1 85669 572 5
400 color illustrations
272 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 730 9
300 color illustrations
160 pages • 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2011

04000

9

781856 697637

Visual Merchandising
Window and In-Store
Displays for Retail Second Edition
Tony Morgan
978 1 85669 763 7
280 illustrations, 250 in color
208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

56

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781856 697026

The Trend Forecaster’s
Handbook

03500

9

04000

781856 696852

Window Display
New Visual Merchandising
Tony Morgan
978 1 85669 685 2
250 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

Martin Raymond
978 1 85669 702 6
388 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2010

05000

9

781856 698832

Vintage Menswear
A Collection from
The Vintage Showroom
Josh Sims, Douglas Gunn
and Roy Luckett
978 1 85669 883 2
400 color illustrations
304 pages • 9 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

Graphics and
Illustration

02995

02995

9

9

781856 697941

The 3D Type Book

Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne

978 1 85669 713 2
1,300 color illustrations
240 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 x 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

FL@33

02995

03000
9

781856 697149

9

100 Ideas that
Changed Graphic Design
978 1 85669 794 1
300 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

9

781856 697132

781856 697651

9

Bob Gill, so far.

John Ingledew

Jason Godfrey

978 1 85669 714 9
350 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$30.00 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 765 1
600 color illustrations
224 pages • 9 1/4 x 11 1/4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 819 1
300 illustrations, 180 in color
304 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$50.00 PB • 2011

9

781856 697385

Martin Salisbury and Morag Styles
978 1 85669 738 5
300 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

9

781856 696883

Lucienne Roberts, Rebecca Wright
978 1 85669 688 3
200 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 1/4 in
US$40.00 PB with flaps • 2010

978 1 85669 624 1
250 color illustrations
256 pages • 8 3 /4 x 10 in
US$35.00 Flexibound • 2009

02995

781856 695893

Business Cards 3
Designs on Saying Hello

Bob Gill

Michael Dorrian and Liz Farrelly
978 1 85669 589 3
1000 color illustrations
272 pages • 9 3 /4 x 6 1/2 in (landscape)
US$29.95 PB • 2009

04000

04000

Design Diaries
Creative Process
in Graphic Design

Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne

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781856 698191

Bibliographic Paperback
100 Classic Graphic Design Books

Children’s Picturebooks
The Art of Visual Storytelling

781856 696241

Art Direction Explained,
At Last!

05000

The A–Z of Visual Ideas
How to Solve any Creative Brief

03500

03500

9

781856 696906

04000

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781856 695978

Designers’ Identities

Designing Sustainable Packaging

Liz Farrelly

Scott Boylston

978 1 85669 690 6
1,048 color illustrations
272 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$40.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 597 8
400 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2009

Titles by Category

57

ESSENTIALS OF VISUAL
COMMUNICATION
Bo Bergström

9

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781856 698887

781856 692168

9

The End of Print Second Edition
The Grafi k Design of David Carson

The End of Print

Lewis Blackwell and David Carson
978 1 85669 888 7
400 color illustrations
420 pages • 9 1/2 x 111/4 in
US$45.00 HC • 2012

04000

02995

04500

04000

9

781856 695770

781856 696203

Second Edition Paperback

Essentials of
Visual Communication

For Love and Money
New Illustration

The Grafi k Design of David Carson

Bo Bergström

Liz Farrelly and Olivia Triggs

Lewis Blackwell and David Carson

978 1 85669 577 0
480 illustrations, 445 in color
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 620 3
417 color illustrations
328 pages • 8 3 /4 x 8 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 216 8
400 color illustrations
420 pages • 9 1/2 x 111/4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

01995

9

781856 694742

02995

9

Getting It Right With Type
The dos and don’ts of typography
Victoria Squire
978 1 85669 474 2
30 illustrations and over 300 type examples
176 pages • 7 x 9 3 /4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2006

781856 698269

9

Graphic Design Process
From Problem to Solution:
20 Case Studies
Nancy Skolos and Thomas Wedell
978 1 85669 826 9
406 illustrations, 328 in color
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

02495

03000
9

781856 695916

781856 695305

Graphic Design: A User’s Manual

How to be an illustrator

Adrian Shaughnessy

Darrel Rees

978 1 85669 591 6
175 color illustrations
320 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 3 /4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 530 5
90 illustrations, 50 in color
160 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 in
US$24.95 PB • 2008

Fa ll 2
2 01

03000

9

781856 696722

How to Create a
Portfolio & Get Hired
A Guide for Graphic
Designers and Illustrators
Fig Taylor
978 1 85669 672 2
232 color illustrations
144 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$30.00 PB • 2010

58

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03500

02995

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781856 697392

9

781856 696586

02995

9

781856 698979

How to Design Websites

How to Use Images

How to Use Type

Alan Pipes

Lindsey Marshall and Lester Meachem

Lindsey Marshall and Lester Meachem

978 1 85669 739 2
200 color illustrations
168 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 658 6
380 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 897 9
460 illustrations, 450 in color
208 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 9 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

05000

03500

9

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781856 697101

Illustration
Andrew Hall
978 1 85669 710 1
465 color illustrations
228 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2011

781856 696869

04000

9

Lettering
A Reference Manual
of Techniques
Andrew Haslam
978 1 85669 686 9
1,400 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$50.00 HC • 2011

04000

9

781856 695282

781856 698948

Logo

Logotype

Michael Evamy

Michael Evamy

978 1 85669 528 2
1300 illustrations, 110 in color
352 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2007

978 1 85669 894 8
1400 illustrations, 100 in color
336 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

02995

04000

9

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781856 695107

Materials, Process, Print
Creative Solutions
for Graphic Design
Daniel Mason
978 1 85669 510 7
193 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2007

781856 694315

04000

03500

9

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781856 696135

New Media Design

New Packaging Design

Richard Doust and Tricia Austin

Janice Kirkpatrick / Graven Images

978 1 85669 431 5
300 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$29.95 PB • 2007

978 1 85669 613 5
302 color illustrations
192 pages • 9 1/4 x 11 1/4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2009

781780 670034

Numbers in Graphic Design
A Sourcebook
Roger Fawcett-Tang
978 1 78067 003 4
450 color illustrations
320 pages • 7 1 ⁄2 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

Includes DVD

9

781856 695251

07500

03000

02995
9

781856 696999

Packaging Design

Production for Print

Bill Stewart

Mark Gatter

978 1 85669 525 1
300 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$29.95 PB • 2007

978 1 85669 699 9
185 illustrations, 150 in color
160 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$30.00 PB • 2010

9

781856 697521

02495

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781856 695435

Saul Bass
A Life in Film & Design

Sizes May Vary
A Workbook for Graphic Design

Jennifer Bass and Pat Kirkham

Mark Boyce

978 1 85669 752 1
1,484 illustrations, 1,234 in color
440 pages • 10 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$75.00 HC • 2011

978 1 85669 543 5
2,200 illustrations, 2,000 in color
336 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$24.95 PB • 2008

Titles by Category

59

Fa ll 2
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781856 695824

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Sketchbooks
The Hidden Art of Designers,
Illustrators, and Creatives
Richard Brereton
978 1 85669 582 4
350 illustrations, 250 in color
240 pages • 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$30.00 Quarterbound • 2009

781780 670225

9

781856 697279

Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman
978 1 85669 727 9
1400 illustrations, 100 in color
336 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

9

Richard Brereton

Paul Jackson

978 1 78067 022 5
350 illustrations, 250 in color
240 pages • 7 1⁄4 × 10 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 753 8
175 illustrations
128 pages • 8 3 /4 x 8 3 /4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

Edited by Tony Brook and
Adrian Shaughnessy

Sketchbooks Paperback
The Hidden Art of Designers,
Illustrators, and Creatives

02995

9

781856 697354

This Means This,
This Means That Second Edition
A User’s Guide to Semiotics
Sean Hall
978 1 85669 735 4
100 illustrations, 50 in color
192 pages • 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Includes DVD

02995

9

781856 697934

04000

9

781856 695879

100 Ideas that
Changed Film

Animation in Process

David Parkinson

978 1 85669 587 9
250 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄ 2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 793 4
300 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Titles by Category

780956 207104

Studio Culture
The Secret Life of a Graphic
Design Studio

Film and
Animation

60

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Structural Packaging
Design your own
Boxes and 3-D Forms

04000

Symbol

04000

02495

Andrew Selby

978 0 95620 710 4
360 illustrations
272 pages • 6 1/2 x 9 in
US$40.00 PB • 2009

Advertising

Fa ll 2
2 01

02495

02995

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781856 698252

Advertising for People
Who Don’t Like Advertising
KesselsKramer
978 1 85669 825 2
100 color illustrations
240 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 1/2 in
US$29.95 HC • 2012

781856 695688

02495

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781780 670003

Copywriting
Successful Writing for Design,
Advertising, and Marketing

Copywriting Second Edition
Successful Writing for Design,
Advertising, and Marketing

Mark Shaw

Mark Shaw

978 1 85669 568 8
80 color illustrations
216 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2009

978 1 78067 000 3
80 color illustrations
240 pages • 6 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

SIMON VEKSNER
FORWARD BY DAVID DROGA

Interviews with: Siimon Reynolds, Trevor
Beattie, Amir Kassaei, Jeff Benjamin, Jeremy
Craigen, Paul Silburn and Flo Heiss

04000

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781856 698214

02495

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9

Guerrilla Advertising 2
More Unconventional
Brand Communication

How 30 Great Ads Were Made
From Idea to Campaign

How to Make it as
an Advertising Creative

Eliza Williams

Simon Veksner

Gavin Lucas

978 1 85669 821 4
600 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 657 9
80 color illustrations
160 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 in
US$24.95 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 747 7
285 color illustrations
192 pages • 9 x 11 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

04000

781856 696470

This is Advertising
Eliza Williams
978 1 85669 647 0
596 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2010

Design
Fa ll 2
2 01

01995

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781780 670089

100 Best Bikes
Zahid Sardar
978 1 78067 008 9
220 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 × 7 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

03500

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781856 697033

9 781856 696104

1000 Designs for the Garden
And Where to Find Them

1000 Interior Details for the Home
And Where to Find Them

Ian Rudge and Geraldine Rudge

Ian Rudge and Geraldine Rudge

978 1 85669 703 3
1000 color illustrations
368 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 610 4
1000 color illustrations
384 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2009

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05000

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781856 696647

781856 698139

1000 New Designs 2
And Where to Find Them

1000 New Eco Designs
And Where to Find Them

The Custom Road Bike

The Custom Road Bike Paperback

Guy Andrews

Guy Andrews

Jennifer Hudson

Rebecca Proctor

978 1 85669 643 2
1200 color illustrations
352 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$30.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 585 5
1000 color illustrations
352 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 664 7
251 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$50.00 HC • 2010

978 1 85669 813 9
251 color illustrations
224 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
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781856 695336

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781856 697439

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Drawing for Designers

Drawing for Product Designers

Alan Pipes

Kevin Henry

978 1 85669 533 6
300 illustrations, 230 in color
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2007

978 1 85669 743 9
350 illustrations, 150 in color
208 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

03500

02495
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781856 696456

781856 697217

Fixed
Global Fixed-Gear Bike Culture

Folding Techniques for Designers
From Sheet to Form

Andrew Edwards and Max Leonard

Paul Jackson

978 1 85669 645 6
378 color illustrations
144 pages • 8 1 ⁄4 x 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 721 7
575 illustrations
224 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 x 8 3 ⁄4 in
US$35.00 PB • 2011

Fa ll 2
2 01

03500

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781856 697491

04500

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781856 697255

Making It Second Edition
Manufacturing Techniques
for Product Design

Process Second Edition
50 Product Designs from
Concept to Manufacture

Chris Lefteri

Jennifer Hudson

978 1 85669 749 1
282 color illustrations
288 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 1/2 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 725 5
1079 illustrations, 1017 in color
240 pages • 11 x 8 1/2 in
US$45.00 PB • 2011

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03500

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781856 697514

Product Design
Paul Rodgers and Alex Milton
978 1 85669 751 4
277 illustrations, 262 in color
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2011

9

781856 698764

Prototyping and Modelmaking
for Product Design
Bjarki Hallgrimsson
978 1 85669 876 4
300 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

Craft and DIY

Fa ll 2
2 01

04000

02495

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781856 697262

Rad Rides
The Best BMX Bikes of All Time
Intercity, Gavin Lucas and Stuart Robinson
978 1 85669 726 2
400 color illustrations
160 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

02495

781856 697576

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Why Shrinkwrap a Cucumber?
The Complete Guide to
Environmental Packaging

781856 697422

DIY Furniture
A Step-by-Step Guide
Christopher Stuart

Laurel Miller and Steven Aldridge

978 1 85669 742 2
270 illustrations, 150 in color
144 pages • 8 1/4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 757 6
300 color illustrations
248 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

02495

01995

9

781856 696968

Indie Craft
Jo Waterhouse
978 1 85669 696 8
200 color illustrations
128 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 x 8 3 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2010

9

781856 696289

01995

9

781856 698962

Made & Sold
Toys, T-shirts, Prints, Zines,
and Other Stuff

Recycled Home
Transform Your Home
Using Salvaged Materials

FL@33

Rebecca Proctor

978 1 85669 628 9
600 color illustrations
240 pages • 7 1 ⁄ 2 x 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 896 2
300 color illustrations
144 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄2 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

Architecture
and Interiors

02995

9

781856 697323

04000

9

781856 697903

100 Ideas that
Changed Architecture

A History of Western
Architecture Fifth Edition

Richard Weston

David Watkin

978 1 85669 732 3
300 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 790 3
990 illustrations, 50 in color
720 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 1/4 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

03500

9

781856 696791

Architectural Drawing
David Dernie
978 1 85669 679 1
460 illustrations, 376 in color
208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

Titles by Category

63

Fa ll 2
2 01

Fa ll 2
2 01

04000

9

781780 670058

9

9

781856 696708

Architectural Inventions
Visionary Drawings

Architectural Modelmaking

Matt Bua and Max Goldfarb

978 1 85669 670 8
450 illustrations, 435 in color
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 78067 005 8
600 color illustrations
336 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$40.00 HC • 2012

Nick Dunn

08500

9

781856 695145

Geoffrey Makstutis

Jennifer Hudson

978 1 85669 623 4
324 illustrations, 278 in color
248 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 823 8
840 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$45.00 PB • 2012

04000

781856 697088

07500

9

The Architecture of Yemen
From Yafi to Hadramut

Construction and Detailing
for Interior Design

Construction for
Landscape Architecture

Salma Samar Damluji

Drew Plunkett

Robert Holden and Jamie Liversedge

978 1 85669 514 5
600 illustrations, 400 in color
304 pages • 9 3 /4 x 13 in
US$85.00 HC • 2007

978 1 85669 689 0
300 illustrations, 100 in color
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 708 8
590 illustrations, 476 in color
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2011

Terry Farrell
978 1 85669 844 3
500 color illustrations
320 pages • 9 3 /4 x 111/2 in
US$75.00 HC • 2012

Includes CD

04500

9

781856 696616

Designs for Small Spaces
Jennifer Hudson
978 1 85669 661 6
883 color illustrations
256 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 1/2 in
US$30.00 PB • 2010

64

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9

781856 695909

781856 698443

Continuum
Farrells 2001–2011
Work of the Hong Kong
& London Offices

Includes CD

Fa ll 2
2 01

03000

781856 698238

Architecture From
Commision to Construction

9

781856 696890

9

781856 696234

Architecture
An Introduction

03500

9

04500

03500

03500

05000

9

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05000

9

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Detail in Contemporary
Bathroom Design

Detail in Contemporary
Concrete Architecture

Detail in Contemporary
Glass Architecture

Virginia McLeod

David Phillips and Megumi Yamashita

Virginia McLeod

978 1 85669 590 9
100 color photographs, 200 illustrations
192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$45.00 HC • 2009

978 1 78067 009 6
700 illustrations, 200 in color
224 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

978 1 85669 740 8
500 illustrations, 200 in color
224 pages • 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2011

Includes CD

Fa ll 2
2 01

Includes CD

05000

9

781856 694988

Fa ll 2
2 01

Includes CD

02995

9

781780 670232

Includes CD

05000

05000

9

9

781780 670102

781856 694827

Detail in Contemporary
Landscape Architecture

Detail in Contemporary
Landscape Architecture Paperback

Detail in Contemporary
Lighting Design

Detail in Contemporary
Residential Architecture

Virginia McLeod

Virginia McLeod

Jill Entwistle

Virginia McLeod

978 1 85669 498 8
530 illustrations, 180 in color
192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2008

978 1 78067 023 2
530 illustrations, 180 in color
192 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

978 1 78067 010 2
400 illustrations, 200 in color
192 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

978 1 85669 482 7
600 drawings, 200 in color
240 pages • 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2007

Fa ll 2
2 01

Includes CD

Includes CD

02995

9

781780 670249

Includes CD

05000

05000

9

9

781856 697415

Fa ll 2
2 01

781856 696418

04000

9

781856 698917

Detail in Contemporary
Residential Architecture

Detail in Contemporary
Retail Design

Detail in Contemporary
Timber Architecture

Digital Fabrication
in Architecture

Paperback
Virginia McLeod

Drew Plunkett and Olga Reid

Virginia McLeod

Nick Dunn

978 1 85669 741 5
400 illustrations, 200 in color
192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

978 1 85669 641 8
500 illustrations, 200 in color
224 pages • 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2010

978 1 85669 891 7
640 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

978 1 78067 024 9
600 illustrations, 200 in color
240 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Includes CD

03500

9

781856 696227

03500

9

781856 697187

Drawing for Interior Design

Drawing for Urban Design

Drew Plunkett

Lorraine Farrelly

978 1 85669 622 7
331 illustrations, 264 in color
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 718 7
310 illustrations, 254 in color
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2011

06500

9

781856 696920

Encyclopedia of Detail in
Contemporary Residential
Architecture
Virginia McLeod
978 1 85669 692 0
1,000 illustrations, 200 in color
352 pages • 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in
US$65.00 HC • 2010

03500

9

781856 696401

Exhibition Design
Philip Hughes
978 1 85669 640 1
296 illustrations, 240 in color
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

Titles by Category

65

04000

9

781856 696098

9

9

781856 694612

Extreme Architecture
Building for Challenging
Environments

Flexible
Architecture that
Responds to Change

Ruth Slavid

Robert Kronenburg

978 1 85669 609 8
296 illustrations, 222 in color
208 pages • 9 x 9 3 /4 in
US$40.00 HC • 2009

978 1 85669 461 2
410 illustrations, 320 in color
240 pages • 8 1/4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$50.00 Quarterbound • 2007

9

781856 696975

781856 695626

781856 695206

9

Kieran Long

Adam Mornement and Annabel Biles

978 1 85669 562 6
800 color illustrations
352 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$35.00 Flexibound • 2008

978 1 85669 558 9
400 illustrations, 300 in color
240 pages • 9 x 9 3 /4 in
US$40.00 HC • 2009

9

9

781856 696043

Interior Design Second Edition

Jennifer Hudson

Jenny Gibbs

Jennifer Hudson

978 1 85669 520 6
500 color illustrations
352 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2007

978 1 85669 604 3
240 illustrations, 200 in color
224 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in
US$35.00 PB • 2010

Fa ll 2
2 01

9

781856 698375

03500

Andrew Ballantyne
978 1 85669 837 5
1030 illustrations, 230 in color
320 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 11 1 ⁄2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

66

Titles by Category

9

781856 695664

Introduction to Architectural
Technology
Pete Silver and Will McLean
with Dason Whitsett
978 1 85669 566 4
350 illustrations, 150 in color
192 pages • 8 3 /4 x 8 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2008

Fa ll 2
2 01

05000

Key Buildings from
Prehistory to Present
Plans, Sections, and Elevations

02995

03500

Interior Architecture Now

Fa ll 2
2 01

781856 695589

Infi ll
New Houses for Urban Sites

Interior Architecture
From Brief to Build
978 1 85669 697 5
850 color illustrations
240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$45.00 PB • 2010

04000

Hatch
The New Architectural Generation

02995

04500

9

03500

05000

781856 698368

03500

9

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Lighting for Interior Design

Materials and Interior Design

Malcolm Innes

Rachael Brown and Lorraine Farrelly

978 1 85669 836 8
304 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 759 0
250 color Illustrations
192 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

01995

9

781856 695947

Micro
Very Small Buildings
Ruth Slavid
978 1 85669 594 7
310 illustrations, 260 in color
224 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 1/2 in
US$19.95 PB • 2009

Fa ll 2
2 01

9

9

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04500

02995

05000
781780 670256

9

781856 695190

9

The New Modern House
Redefi ning Functionalism

The New Modern House Paperback
Redefi ning Functionalism

One-Off
Independent Retail Design

Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathaki

Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathaki

Claire Dowdy

978 1 85669 684 5
460 color illustrations
240 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$50.00 HC • 2010

978 1 78067 025 6
460 color illustrations
240 pages • 9 3 ⁄4 × 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 519 0
268 illustrations, 250 in color
192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$45.00 HC • 2008

9

9

781856 697361

Reading Architecture
A Visual Lexicon
Owen Hopkins
978 1 85669 736 1
512 illustrations, 340 in color
176 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

9

781856 697569

781856 696982

Planning Office Spaces
a practical guide for
managers and designers
Yuri Martens, Juriaan van Meel,
and Hermen Jan van Ree
978 1 85669 698 2
150 illustrations, 125 in color
144 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 in
US$24.95 PB • 2010

05000

02995

02995

02495

789810 597160

03500

9

781856 698146

Rethinking Design and Interiors
Human Beings in
the Built Environment

Singapore Shophouse

Sustainability in Interior Design

Julian Davison and
Luca Invernizzi Tettoni

Sian Moxon

Shashi Caan

978 9 81059 716 0
450 color illustrations
208 pages • 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in
US$30.00 HC • 2011

978 1 85669 756 9
140 illustrations, 87 in color
200 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 814 6
250 color illustrations
192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$35.00 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

02995

05000

9

781856 698221

9

781856 697552

02995

04500

9

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9

781780 670263

Terry Farrell
Interiors and the Legacy
of Postmodernism

Thinking about Architecture
An Introduction to
Architectural Theory

Towards Zero-energy
Architecture
New Solar Design

Towards Zero-energy
Architecture Paperback
New Solar Design

Terry Farrell

Colin Davies

Mary Guzowski

Mary Guzowski

978 1 85669 822 1
200 color illustrations
192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 111/2 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

978 1 85669 755 2
119 illustrations, 85 in color
160 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 678 4
406 illustrations, 368 in color
208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$45.00 HC • 2010

978 1 78067 026 3
406 illustrations, 368 in color
208 pages • 8 1 ⁄2 × 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Titles by Category

67

04000

9

781856 697316

04000

9

781856 696258

9

Very Small Cafés & Restaurants

Very Small Shops

John Stones

John Stones

978 1 85669 731 6
250 color illustrations
256 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 1/2 in
US$40.00 HC • 2011

978 1 85669 625 8
264 illustrations, 233 in color
256 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 1/2 in
US$40.00 HC • 2009

Art and
Photography

05000

Fa ll 2
2 01

781856 697378

White Green
Ten Projects in the Great
Outdoors by White Arkitekter
Mark Isitt
978 1 85669 737 8
200 color illustrations
256 pages • 7 1/4 x 11 1/2 in
US$50.00 PB • 2011

Fa ll 2
2 01

02995

9

781856 697958

9

100 Ideas that Changed Art
Michael Bird
978 1 85669 795 8
300 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1⁄4 × 10 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

9

781856 695480

781780 670188

Angaza Afrika
African Art Now

Art by Tattooists Mini Edition

Chris Spring

978 1 78067 018 8
200 color illustrations
128 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 6 1⁄2 in
US$9.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 548 0
350 color illustrations
336 pages • 9 x 10 in
US$40.00 PB • 2008

68

Titles by Category

781856 697347

100 Ideas that Changed
Photography

100 New Artists

Mary Warner Marien

978 1 85669 734 7
500 illustrations
336 pages • 7 1/2 x 11 1/2 in
US$39.95 PB • 2011

978 1 85669 796 5
266 color illustrations
216 pages • 8 1⁄4 × 10 3 ⁄4 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Francesca Gavin

01995

00995

9

9

781856 697965

Fa ll 2
2 01

Fa ll 2
2 01

04000

03995

02995

Jo Waterhouse

9

781780 670270

02495

9

781856 695237

The Art of the
Northern Renaissance

An Artist’s Handbook Reissue
Materials and Techniques

Craig Harbison

Margaret Krug

978 1 78067 027 0
121 illustrations, 104 in color
176 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 523 7
400 illustrations, 375 in color
256 pages • 6 1/2 x 10 in
US$24.95 PB • 2012

Fa ll 2
2 01

02995

9

781856 698788

04000

9

781856 694230

02995

04000

9

9

781856 697286

781856 697170

Color Second Edition
A workshop for
artists and designers

Contemporary Art:
Art Since 1970 Re-issue

The Craft and Art of Clay
A Complete Potter’s Handbook

Cut & Paste
21st-Century Collage

Brandon Taylor
978 1 85669 423 0
206 illustrations, 160 in color
256 pages • 9 x 10 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

Fifth Edition
Susan Peterson and Jan Peterson

Richard Brereton and Caroline Roberts

David Hornung
978 1 85669 878 8
343 color illustrations
168 pages • 8 1⁄2 × 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2012

Includes DVD

01995

781780 670287

01995

02495

9

9

781856 696494

781856 695930

Graffiti Asia

Guerilla Art

Studio Rarekwai

Janis Tomlinson

978 1 85669 649 4
350 color illustrations
128 pages • 8 3 /4 x 8 3 /4 in
US$24.95 HC • 2010

Edited by Sebastian Peiter, additional text
by Goetz Werner

978 1 78067 028 7
116 illustrations, 108 in color
176 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

978 1 85669 593 0
200 color illustrations
112 pages • 7 1 ⁄ 2 x 9 in
US$19.95 HC • 2009

Fa ll 2
2 01

02995

05000

781856 698870

Jun Kaneko: Magic Flute
Jun Kaneko
978 1 85669 887 0
200 illustrations
124 pages • 81 ⁄ 2 x 12 in
US$50.00 HC • 2012

9

781856 696609

02495

9

From El Greco to Goya
Painting in Spain, 1561–1828

9

978 1 85669 717 0
250 color illustrations
208 pages • 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 in
US$29.95 3-piece binding • 2011

Includes DVD

Fa ll 2
2 01

9

978 1 85669 728 6
1,150 illustrations, 585 in color
432 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in
US$40.00 PB • 2012

781856 695633

Hell Bound
New Gothic Art
Francesca Gavin
978 1 85669 563 3
160 color illustrations
176 pages • 8 1 ⁄4 x 9 3 ⁄4 in
US$24.95 PB • 2008

Fa ll 2
2 01

01995

10000

9

781780 670577

9

781856 698993

Light for Visual Artists
Understanding & Using
Light in Art & Design

Light, Water, and Sky
The Paintings
of Ivan Aivazovsky

Methods & Theories of Art History

Richard Yot

Gianni Caffiero and Ivan Samarine

978 1 85669 660 9
400 illustrations, 300 in color
176 pages • 8 1 ⁄ 2 x 11 in
US$29.95 PB • 2011

978 1 78067 057 7
200 color illustrations
320 pages • 11 × 12 3 ⁄8 in
US$100.00 HC • 2012

978 1 85669 899 3
37 illustrations
192 pages • 5 1⁄2 × 8 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

Second Edition
Anne D’Alleva

Titles by Category

69

Fa ll 2
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Fa ll 2
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01995

9

781780 670294

The Renaissance in Rome
Loren Partridge
978 1 78067 029 4
118 illustrations, 97 in color
184 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

70

Titles by Category

01995

9

781856 691130

1 5 5 0 0

9

781898 113768

Royal Arts of Africa
The Majesty of Form

Undiscovered Minimalism
Gelims from Northern Iran

Suzanne Preston Blier

Parviz Tanavoli

978 1 85669 113 0
206 illustrations, 140 in color
272 pages • 6 1⁄2 × 9 1 ⁄4 in
US$19.95 PB • 2012

978 1 898113 76 8
Over 100 color illustrations
256 pages • 14 1 ⁄4 x 11 in
US$155.00 HC • 2011

Index of Authors

A
Adams, Maia 19, 46, 49, 54
Aldridge, Stephen 30, 63
Andrews, Guy 62
Atkinson, Mark 14, 54
Austin, Tricia 59
B
Ballantyne, Andrew 32, 66
Baron, Katie 56
Bass, Jennifer 59
Bateman, Steven 60
Bell, Jonathan 35, 67
Bergström, Bo 58
Berrie, Christine 43, 46, 47
Biles, Annabel 66
Bird, Michael 3, 68
Blackman, Cally 17, 49, 51, 52
Blackwell, Lewis 58
Blier, Suzanne Preston 7, 70
Bolton Green, Oscar 46
Bowie Style 55
Bowles, Melanie 15, 53
Boyce, Mark 59
Boylston, Scott 57
Brereton, Richard 5, 60, 69
Brook, Tony 60
Brown, Carol 54
Brown, Rachael 40, 66
Brown, Sass 53
Bua, Matt 31, 64
C
Caan, Shashi 67
Caffiero, Gianni 9, 68
Cardwell, Steve 50
Carson, David 58
Chakrabarti, Nina 10, 47, 50
Choklat, Aki 54
Christoforou, Christina 51
Clarke, Simon 56
Cole, Drusilla 50, 55, 56
D
D’Alleva, Anne 8, 69
Damluji, Salma Samar 64
Dave the Chimp 51
Davies, Colin 67
Davies, Hywel 17, 49, 51, 52, 54
Davison, Julian 67
Dernie, David 63
Dessanay, Margherita 50
Deuchars, Marion 4, 42, 46, 49
Dominy, Katie 52
Donovan, Bil 52
Dorrian, Michael 57
Doust, Richard 59
Dowdy, Claire 67
Dowling, Faye 49
Downton, David 18, 55
Draffan, Susie 52
Dunn, Nick 34, 64

E
Edwards, Andrew 62
Entwistle, Jill 38, 64
Evamy, Michael 24, 59
F
Farrell, Terry 64, 67
Farrelly, Liz 57, 58
Farrelly, Lorraine 40, 65, 66
Fawcett-Tang, Roger 26, 59
FL@33 57, 63
Fletcher, Kate 53
Francis-Bryden, Selena 53
G
Gatter, Mark 59
Gavin, Francesca 49, 68, 69
Gibbs, Jenny 66
Gill, Bob 57
Godfrey, Jason 57
Goldfarb, Maximilian 31, 64
Graven Images 59
Grose, Lynda 53
Gunn, Douglas 12, 56
Guzowski, Mary 35, 67
H
Hall, Andrew 59
Hall, Sean 60
Hallett, Clive 53
Hallgrimsson, Bjarki 29, 62
Harbison, Craig 6, 68
Haslam, Andrew 59
Heller, Steven 57
Henry, Kevin 28, 62
Hess, Jay 54
Holden, Robert 64
Hopkins, Owen 67
Horner, Polly 46
Hornung, David 8, 69
Hudson, Jennifer 33, 62, 64, 66
Huey, Sue 50, 52
Hughes, Philip 65
Hyland, Angus 50, 60
I
Ingledew, John 57
Innes, Malcolm 39, 66
Intercity 49, 52, 63
Invernizzi Tettoni, Luca 67
Isaac, Ceri 15, 53
Isitt, Mark 68
J
Jackson, Paul 60, 62
Jarosch, Daniel 50
Jenkyn Jones, Sue 54
Johnston Cobb, Debra 52
Johnston, Amanda 53
K
Kaneko, Jun 69
KesselsKramer 61
Kirkham, Pat 59
Kirkpatrick, Janice 59
Klingel, Henrik 50
Kronenburg, Robert 66
Krug, Margaret 69

L
Lefteri, Chris 62
Leonard, Max 62
Liversedge, Jamie 64
Lo, Dennic Chunman 55
Long, Kieran 66
Lucas, Gavin 61, 63
Luckett, Roy 12, 56
M
Maat, Matthijs 53
McLean, Will 66
McLeod, Virginia 37, 64, 65
MAKI Design 53, 56
Makstutis, Geoffrey 64
Mansell, Amanda 52
Marien, Mary Warner 2, 68
Marshall, Lindsey 27, 58
Martens, Yuri 67
Martin, Rosie 53
Mason, Daniel 59
Meachem, Lester 27, 58
Meadows, Toby 15, 54
Metropolitan Museum of Art, The 45, 47
Miller, Laurel 30, 63
Miller, Steven 16, 53
Milton, Alex 62
Morgan, Tony 56
Mornement, Adam 66
Morris, Bethan 54
Moxon, Sian 67
Munson, Mark 50
N
Nakamichi, Tomoko 55
Newman, Alex 54
O
Ollystudio Limited 22, 50
On.Studio 51
P
Parkinson, David 60
Partridge, Loren 6, 70
Pasztorek, Simone 54
Patel, Jitesh 56
Peake, Nigel 46
Peterson, Jan 69
Peterson, Susan 69
Petson, Erin 46
Phillips, David 36, 64
Peiter, Sebastian 69
Pilkington, Niki 45, 47
Pipes, Alan 58, 62
Plunkett, Drew 64, 65
Posner, Harriet 55
Proctor, Rebecca 20, 50, 62, 63
Q
Quinn, Bradley 52, 56

R
Raymond, Martin 56
Rees, Darrel 58
Reid, Olga 65
Roberts, Caroline 69
Roberts, Lucienne 57
Robinson, Stuart 63
Rodgers, Paul 62
Rousseau, Camille 44, 46
Rudge, Geraldine 61
Rudge, Ian 61
S
Salisbury, Martin 57
Samarine, Ivan 9, 68
Sardar, Zahid 21, 61
Sato, Hisako 13, 53
Scott, Linda 49
Scully, Kate 52
Selby, Andrew 60
Shariff, Zakee 54
Shaughnessy, Adrian 58, 60
Shaw, Mark 19, 61
Silver, Pete 66
Sims, Josh 12, 52, 55, 56
Skolos, Nancy 25, 58
Slavid, Ruth 66
Smith, Kelly 11, 49
Smits, Kim 53
Sparshott, David 44, 46
Spring, Chris 68
Squire, Victoria 58
SRK, The (Studio Rarekwai) 23, 50, 51, 69
Stathaki, Ellie 35, 67
Sterlacci, Francesca 55
Stewart, Bill 59
Stones, John 68
Stuart, Christopher 63
Styles, Morag 57
Szkutnicka, Basia 54
T
Tanavoli, Parviz 70
Taylor, Brandon 69
Taylor, Fig 58
Thomas, Patrick 50
Tomlinson, Janis 7, 69
Triggs, Olivia 58
V
Valli, Marc 50
van Meel, Juriaan 67
van Ree, Hermen Jan 67
Veksner, Simon 61
Vienne, Véronique 57
W
Waldron, Hannah 42, 46
Waterhouse, Jo 5, 49, 63, 68
Watkin, David 63
Wedell, Thomas 25, 58
Werner, Goetz 69
Weston, Richard 63
Whitsett, Dason 66
Williams, Eliza 61
Worsley, Harriet 51
Wright, Rebecca 57
Y
Yamashita, Megumi 36, 64
Yot, Richard 69

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Index of Titles

A
A–Z of Visual Ideas, The: How to Solve
Any Creative Brief 57
Adorn: New Jewelry 52
Advanced Fashion Drawing: Lifestyle
Illustration 52
Advertising for People Who Don’t Like
Advertising 61
Angaza Afrika: African Art Now 68
Animation in Process 60
Architectural Drawing 63
Architectural Inventions: Visionary
Drawings 31, 64
Architectural Modelmaking 64
Architecture: An Introduction 64
Architecture From Commission to
Construction 33, 64
Architecture of Yemen, The: From Yafi
to Hadramut 64
Art & Sole, Mini Edition 49, 52
Art by Tattooists: Beyond Flash, Mini
Edition 5, 49, 68
Art Direction Explained, At Last! 57
Art of the Northern Renaissance, The 6, 68
Artist’s Handbook, An: Materials and
Techniques 68

B
Bag 52
Bibliographic: 100 Classic Graphic Design
Books 57
Bicycle Travel Journal 46
Bike Watching: An Explorer’s Journal
44, 46
Bird Bingo 43, 46
Bob Gill, so far. 57
Book of Skulls, The 49
Boot, The 52
British Fashion Designers 52
Business Cards 3: Designs on Saying
Hello 57

C
Children’s Picturebooks: The Art of Visual
Storytelling 57
Color Forecasting for Fashion 52
Color: A workshop for artists and
designers, Second Edition 8, 69
Construction and Detailing for Interior
Design 64
Construction for Landscape Architecture
64
Contemporary Art: Art Since 1970 69
Contemporary Lingerie Design 52
Continuum: Farrells 2010–2011 Work of
the Hong Kong & London Offices 64
Copywriting: Successful Writing for Design,
Advertising, and Marketing 61
Copywriting: Successful Writing for Design,
Advertising, and Marketing, Second
Edition 19, 61
Craft and Art of Clay, The: A Complete
Potter’s Handbook, Fifth Edition 69
Creative Space: Urban Homes of Artists
and Innovators, Mini Edition 49
Cult Streetwear 52
Cult Streetwear, Mini Edition 52
Custom Kicks: Personalized Footwear 53
Custom Road Bike, The 62
Cut & Paste: 21st-Century Collage 69

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D
Design Diaries: Creative Process in Graphic
Design 57
Designers’ Identities 57
Designing Sustainable Packaging 57
Designs for Small Spaces 64
Detail in Contemporary Bathroom Design
64
Detail in Contemporary Concrete
Architecture 36, 64
Detail in Contemporary Glass
Architecture 64
Detail in Contemporary Landscape
Architecture 37, 65
Detail in Contemporary Lighting Design
38, 65
Detail Contemporary Residential
Architecture 37, 65
Detail in Contemporary Retail Design 65
Detail in Contemporary Timber
Architecture 65
Digital Fabrication in Architecture 34, 65
Digital Textile Design 53
Digital Textile Design, Second Edition
15, 53
DIY Couture: Create Your Own Fashion
Collection 53
DIY Fashion: Customize and Personalize 53
DIY Furniture: A Step-by-Step Guide 63
Dogs: Best in Show 46
Drape Drape 53
Drape Drape 2 13, 53
Drawing Fashion Accessories 16, 53
Drawing For Designers 62
Drawing for Interior Design 65
Drawing for Product Designers 28, 62
Drawing for Urban Design 65
E
Eco Fashion 53
Encyclopedia of Detail in Contemporary
Residential Architecture 65
End of Print, The: The Grafik Design of
David Carson, Second Edition 58
Essentials of Visual Communication 58
Exhibition Design 65
Extreme Architecture: Building for
Challenging Environments 66

F
Fabric For Fashion: A Comprehensive Guide
to Natural Fibers 53
Fabric for Fashion: The Swatch Book 53
Fashion A to Z: An Illustrated Dictionary 54
Fashion & Sustainability: Design for Change
53
Fashion & Textiles: The Essential Careers
Guide 54
Fashion Design, Third Edition 54
Fashion Designers’ Sketchbooks 54
Fashion Face-Off 46
Fashion Illustrator, Second Edition 54
Fashion Jewelry: Catwalk and Couture,
Mini Edition 19, 49
Fashion Jewelry: Catwalk and Couture 54
Find My Piglet!: The Animal Family Memory
Game 46
Fixed: Global Fixed-Gear Bike Culture 62
Flats: Technical Drawing for Fashion 54
Flexible: Architecture that Responds to
Change 66
Folding Techniques for Designers: From
Sheet to Form 62
Footwear Design 54
For Love and Money: New Illustration 58
From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain,
1561–1828 7, 69
G
Getting It Right With Type: The dos and
don’ts of typography 58
Graffiti Asia 69
Graphic Design: A User’s Manual 58
Graphic Design for Fashion 54
Graphic Design Process: From Problem to
Solution: 20 Case Studies 25, 58
Guerilla Art 69
Guerrilla Advertising 2: More
Unconventional Brand Communication
61
H
Hatch: The New Architectural
Generation 66
Hell Bound: New Gothic Art 69
History of Western Architecture, A,
Fifth Edition 63
How 30 Great Ads Were Made: From Idea
to Campaign 61
How to be an illustrator 58
How to Be the Best Bubblewriter in the
World, Ever! 49
How to Create a Portfolio & Get Hired:
A Guide for Graphic Designers and
Illustrators 58
How to Create Your Final Collection:
A Fashion Student’s Handbook 14, 54
How to Design Websites 58
How to Make it as an Advertising Creative
61
How to Set up & Run Fashion Label 54
How to Set up & Run a Fashion Label,
Second Edition 15, 54
How to Use Images 58
How to Use Type 27, 58

I
Icons of Men’s Style 55
Illustration 59
Indie Craft 63
Infill: New Houses for Urban Sites 66
Interior Architecture: From Brief to Build
66
Interior Architecture Now 66
Interior Design, Second Edition 66
Introduction to Architectural
Technology 66
J
Jun Kaneko: Magic Flute 69
K
Key Buildings from Prehistory to the
Present: Plans, Sections and Elevations
32, 66
L
Leather Fashion Design 55
Let’s Make Some Great Art 49
Let’s Make Some Great Fingerprint Art
4, 49
Let’s Make Some Great Placemat Art
42, 46
Lettering: A Reference Manual of
Techniques 59
Light for Visual Artists: Understanding &
Using Light in Art & Design 69
Light, Water, and Sky: The Paintings of
Ivan Aivazovsky 9, 69
Lighting for Interior Design 39, 66
Logo 59
Logotype 24, 59
M
Made & Sold: Toys, T-shirts, Prints, Zines,
and Other Stuff 63
Magic and Fairytale Dice 42, 46
Magma Sketchbook: Design & Art
Direction 46
Magma Sketchbook: Fashion 46
Make Your Own Robot 47
Making It: Manufacturing Techniques
for Product Design, Second Edition 62
Marketing Fashion 55
Masters of Fashion Illustration 18, 55
Match a Pair of Shoes Memory Game
45, 47
Materials and Interior Design 40, 66
Materials, Process, Print: Creative Solutions
for Graphic Design 59
Methods & Theories of Art History,
Second Edition 8, 69
Micro: Very Small Buildings 66
Microworlds 50
My Even More Wonderful World of
Fashion: Another Book for Drawing,
Creating, and Dreaming 50
My Wonderful World of Fashion: A Book
for Drawing, Creating, and Dreaming 50
My Wonderful World of Fashion Postcards
47
My Wonderful World of Shoes 10, 50
N
Naughty Little People Postcards 47
New Media Design 59
New Modern House, The: Redefining
Functionalism 35, 67
New Packaging Design 59
New Shoes: Contemporary Footwear
Design, Mini Edition 50
Numbers in Graphic Design: A Sourcebook
26, 59

O
100 Best Bikes 21, 61
100 Ideas that Changed Architecture 63
100 Ideas that Changed Art 3, 68
100 Ideas that Changed Fashion 51
100 Ideas that Changed Film 60
100 Ideas that Changed Graphic Design 57
100 Ideas that Changed Photography
2, 68
100 New Artists 68
100 New Fashion Designers 51
100 New Fashion Designers, Mini Edition
17, 49
100 Years Fashion Illustration 51
100 Years of Fashion 52
100 Years of Menswear, Mini Edition
17, 49, 52
One Off: Independent Retail Design 67
1000 Designs for the Garden: And Where
Find Them 61
1000 Interior Details for the Home: And
Where to Find Them 61
1000 New Designs 2: And Where to Find
Them 62
1000 New Eco Designs: And Where Find
Them 62

S
Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design 59
Singapore Shophouse 67
Sixty-four Leaves Journal 44, 46
Sizes May Vary: A Workbook for Graphic
Design 59
Skateboard Stickers, Mini Edition 50
Sketchbooks: The Hidden Art of Designers,
Illustrators, and Creatives 5, 60
Sneaker Coloring Book, The 50
Stencil Republic 22, 50
Sticker Fashionista 11, 49
Stickerbomb 50
Stickerbomb 2 51
Stickerbomb Letters 51
Stickerbomb Monsters 23, 51
Street Art Doodle Book, The: Outside
the Lines 51
Street Art Stencil Book, The 51
Structural Packaging: Design your own
Boxes and 3-D Forms 60
Studio Culture: The Secret Life of a Graphic
Design Studio 60
Stylists: New Fashion Visionaries 56
Sustainability in Interior Design 67
Symbol 60

P
Packaging Design 59
Pattern Magic 55
Pattern Magic 2, 55
Pattern Magic: Stretch Fabrics 55
Pattern Sourcebook, The: A Century of
Surface Design 55
Patternmaking 55
Patterns, Mini Edition 50
Photo Journal 47
Picture Book, The: Contemporary
Illustration, Mini Edition 50
Planning Office Spaces: a practical guide
for managers and designers 67
Print & Pattern 55
Print & Pattern 2, 55
Process: 50 Product Designs from Concept
to Manufacture, Second Edition 62
Product Design 62
Production for Print 59
Protest Stencil Toolkit 50
Prototyping and Modelmaking for Product
Design 29, 62

T
Tees: The Art of the T-Shirt 56
Terry Farrell: Interiors and the Legacy of
Postmodernism 67
Textile Design 56
Textile Designers at the Cutting Edge 56
Textiles Now 56
Thinking about Architecture: An
Introduction to Architectural Theory 67
This is Advertising 61
This Means This, This Means That: A User’s
Guide to Semiotics, Second Edition 60
3D Type Book, The 57
Tote Bag, The 56
Towards Zero-energy Architecture: New
Solar Design 35, 67
Trend Forecaster’s Handbook, The 56

R
Rad Rides: The Best BMX Bikes of All
Time 63
Reading Architecture: A Visual Lexicon 67
Recycled Home: Transform Your Home
Using Salvaged Materials 20, 63
Renaissance in Rome, The 6, 70
Rethinking Design and Interiors: Human
Beings in the Built Environment 67
Royal Arts of Africa: The Majesty of Form
7, 70

U
Undiscovered Minimalism: Gelims from
Northern Iran 70
V
Very Small Cafés & Restaurants 68
Very Small Shops 68
Vintage Fashion Journal, The 45, 47
Vintage Menswear: A Collection from The
Vintage Showroom 12, 56
Visual Merchandising: Window and
In-Store Displays for Retail, Second
Edition 56
W
White Green: Ten Projects in the Great
Outdoors by White Arkitekter 68
Whose Hair? 51
Why Shrink-wrap a Cucumber? The
Complete Guide to Environmental
Packaging 30, 63
Window Display: New Visual
Merchandising 56

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