In 2011 German designer and illustrator Hannes Beer accomplished The All Day Everyday Project - 365 creative graphics and illustrations in 365 days. All of the artworks are feauted in this book publication. This shown signed and numbered special edition includes 1 The All Day Everyday Project Book, 1 screen printed tote bag, 4 buttons, 1 letterpress print and 1 letterpress book mark.
This book by author Alina Wheeler is the ultimate guide for graphic designers. With latest research and analysis of brand strategies you will learn how to develop a successful brand identity. The book includes more than 30 case studies and shows a five-phase process for creating a brand identity.
“Identical: Portraits of Twins” is a new monograph by the well known photographer Martin Schoeller with a foreword written by artist Marina Abramović. The book is based on a project that first appeared in the January 2012 issue of National Geographic. Thereafter Martin Schoeller visited the National Twins Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio to capture twins, triplets and quadruplets. He took pictures of twins side by side in his typical “close up” style. That enables viewers to compare the faces of the genetically identical.
Stop, Think, Go, Do demonstrates how typography and graphic design influences our human behavior. The book is full of examples and imagery from around the world that show creative ideas and innovative messages which lead us, move us to act, inform or simply entertain us.
A book design by Dutch agency Patswerk to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the prison hospital in the Hague. The book consists of anecdotes from employees of the hospital. The agency also created several fun infographics and illustrations, looking back on the past 40 years.
Berlin What? is an art project by Neonchocolate Gallery that features Berlin-based artists. The artists will be presented to international audience with special exhibitions, art events, and an interactive book.
The German V-Mag #02 by Weidemeyer Keller Branding presents 61 selected works by different students of the fields: design, architecture, fashion, photography, and art. The 3mm thick cover includes 180 pages full of creativity.
Selected images of a photographic body art series by artist Jean-Paul Bourdier. The artist created stunning photographic images that show a visual symbiosis between the landscape and human bodies. Jean-Paul Bourdier painted the bodies of several models and let them interact with the nature. For more images of this amazing series we highly recommend to buy the book here.
A documentation of the return of classical graphic design from the 40s to the 60s in today’s graphic design. This book is a nice reference and a great source of inspiration for every designer who loves old styles and technics such as silkscreen printing, classical typography, hand lettering, woodcutting and folk art.
Designing with the Mind in Mind is a book by Jeff Johnson, best selling author of author of GUI Bloopers. This book is not just a list of rules what you have to do in user interface (ui) design. With background information in perceptual and cognitive psychology, it helps to understand why and how to design intuitive design.