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Laurence King Spring 2011


Contents Please find below a selection Contents of our bestselling titles Forthcoming Titles

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

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How to Be the Best Bubblewriter in the World, Ever! Whose Hair? Bibliographic: 100 Classic Graphic Design Books (Paperback) Creative Space: Urban Homes of Artists and Innovators (Mini Edition) 1000 Designs for the Garden and Where to Find Them The Tote Bag New Shoes: Contemporary Footwear Design (Mini Edition) Pattern Magic 2 Icons of Men’s Style Protest Stencil Toolkit Process 2nd Edition Symbol The 3D Type Book Very Small CafÊs & Restaurants 100 New Artists Folding Techniques for Designers: From Sheet to Form Light for Visual Artists: Understanding & Using Light in Art & Design Al Diwan Al Amiri, Doha, Qatar White Green: Ten Projects in the Great Outdoors A History of Western Architecture 4th Edition Portfolio Series

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Illustration Marketing Fashion Textile Design Portfolio Skills

The Sneaker Coloring Book 978 1 85669 667 8 US $19.95 PB

Indie Craft 978 1 85669 696 8 US $19.95 PB

Art by Tattooists Beyond Flash

Street Art Doodle Book Outside the Lines

978 1 85669 631 9 US $19.95 PB

978 1 85669 682 1 US $19.95 PB

The Picture Book Mini Edition Contemporary Illustration

DIY Fashion Customize and Personalize

978 1 85669 607 4 US $16.95 PB

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Construction for Landscape Architecture Drawing for Urban Design

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Backlist Index of Titles Index of Authors Contacts and Distribution Details Representative Details

Masters of Fashion Illustration 978 1 85669 704 0 US $50.00 HC

The Street Art Stencil Book 978 1 85669 701 9 US $29.95 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.


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

How to Be the Best Bubblewriter in the World, Ever!, shows you how to create your own hand-drawn letters. The book contains over 70 alphabets, inspired by everything from hairy monsters to butterflies, insects to ice cream. Each doublepage spread contains both the alphabet and an illustration that brings it to life. This book is designed to stimulate the creative minds of children of all ages. Linda Scott is a successful clothing designer. She has worked with some of the world’s leading retailers, including Topshop and Marks & Spencer. Her work has been featured in museum exhibitions and she is a contributing editor to children’s magazine Okido. • Shows you how to create cool alphabets and fun lettering • Bubblewriting and hand-lettering are a new craze • Inexpensive and beautiful gift book at a great price

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

Street Art Doodle Book Outside the Lines

The Sneaker Coloring Book

Dave the Chimp

Nina Chakrabarti

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978 1 85669 667 8 US $19.95 PB

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Whose Hair? Christina Christoforou

This unique and fun book contains over 100 original, hand-drawn illustrations of the hairstyles of the rich and famous, from politicians to fi lm stars, dictators to chefs. The meticulously drawn illustrations will show only the hair, leaving you to guess the celebrity and draw the face. (The answers are at the back of the book.) This book is a fun and ironic take on the global celebrity phenomenon. Christina Christoforou is a London-based illustrator and artist. She was commissioned by the New York Times to draw world leaders’ spouses’ hair and produced a poster of rock star hairstyles. This is her fi rst book. • Fun gift book, with great illustrations at a fantastic price • Ironic approach to celebrity culture • Encourages creativity, as you can draw the face yourself!

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

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The Picture Book Mini Edition Contemporary Illustration Roanne Bell and Angus Hyland 978 1 85669 607 4 US $16.95 PB

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Bibliographic Paperback 100 Classic Graphic Design Books

Creative Space Mini Edition Urban Homes of Artists and Innovators

Jason Godfrey

Francesca Gavin

Bibliographic: 100 Classic Graphic Design Books is a compilation of the best design books of the last 100 years. It covers a huge range of material – historic titles from pioneering type foundries to the best of recent monographs from today’s leading studios – and provides a unique insight into the evolution of graphic design in the twentieth century. “An authoritative list of graphic design books... A beautiful publication featuring spreads from 100 seminal works... The book offers a mouthwatering selection of fodder for the graphic design bibliophile” Creative Review

Creative Space looks at 30 homes, from New York to Tokyo, via London and Paris, of the designers, directors, stylists, artists, graffiti writers, curators, novelists, and innovators who are pushing the boundaries of contemporary culture. Filled with post-modern pop collectables, vintage junk finds, camouflage and graffiti, clothing and toy collections, these homes showcase quirky and original interior decoration.

Jason Godfrey studied at the Royal College of Art in London before pursuing a career in print and digital media in London, New York, and Austin, Texas. His work has been shown in the annuals of D&AD and the New York Type Directors Club. • An inspirational source book for students or designers • A history of graphic design through its seminal books • A great starting point to creating a graphic design library as well as providing the opportunity to view rare publications

600 color illustrations 224 pages 9 1⁄4 x 11 1⁄4 in 978 1 85669 765 1 US $29.95 PB Graphics February 2011

Francesca Gavin is a writer and editor based in London. She is currently Visual Arts Editor at Dazed & Confused magazine. She has written features and reviews for publications including Another, Blueprint, i-D, Art Review, Contemporary, Intersection, Marmalade, RA magazine, The Sunday Times, and Wonderland. She has written two books: Street Renegades: New Underground Art (2007), and Hell Bound: New Gothic Art (2008), both published by Laurence King. • Mini version of successful interiors book published in 2009 • Features the homes of leading creatives in the world’s style capitals

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1000 Designs for the Garden And Where to Find Them Geraldine and Ian Rudge

1000 Designs for the Garden is a highly illustrated sourcebook focusing on the best in contemporary garden product design, including work from designers such as Marcel Wanders, Philippe Starck, and Ross Lovegrove. Packed with the very latest in outdoor furniture, garden art and both practical and luxury garden items, the book features sourcing information and full specifications for every product. Ian Rudge is the co-founder of 100% Design, the UK’s leading design event, launched in 1995 with sister shows in Moscow and Tokyo. He is now joint-director of Tent London, a group of cutting-edge design shows launched during London Design Festival, 2007. Geraldine Rudge, Ian’s sister, was editor of Crafts magazine, the international applied and decorative arts title, for 18 years. She has written for a range of national newspapers and magazines and is author of Garden Crafts. Together Ian and Geraldine are the authors of 1000 Interior Details for the Home and Where to Find Them. • New approach to garden design books – looking at products rather than plants • All products featured have details showing where they can be sourced • Same format and price as the best-selling 1000 Designs books

1,000 color illustrations 368 pages 7 3⁄4 x 9 3⁄4 in 978 1 85669 703 3 US $30.00 PB Design January 2011

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1000 New Eco Designs and Where to Find Them

1000 New Designs 2 and Where to Find Them

1000 Interior Details for the Home and Where to Find Them

Rebecca Proctor

Jennifer Hudson

Ian and Geraldine Rudge

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The Tote Bag Jitesh Patel

This book showcases some of the most striking, inventive and subversive examples of the ubiquitous tote. From eco chic to style icon, the featured totes come from a wide range of illustrators and graphic designers around the world, with designs including floral prints, typography, illustrations, and characters. Each book will be beautifully packaged in an original and eye-catching tote bag. Jitesh Patel runs his multi-disciplinary studio, Jai Studio, in London. Jitesh is responsible for the Tote Prints blog (toteprints.wordpress.com). Patel’s illustration work has been featured in numerous magazines, newspapers, and books. • Contains examples from some of the world’s leading designers and illustrators • Tote bags are a global eco-phenomenon • Each copy comes with a free designer tote bag

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

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Print & Pattern Bowie Style 978 1 85669 6463 US $35.00 PB with flaps

Made & Sold Toys, T-Shirts, Prints, Zines and Other Stuff FL@33 978 1 85669 628 9 US $24.95 PB

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New Shoes Mini Edition Contemporary Footwear Design

Pattern Magic 2 Tomoko Nakamichi

Sue Huey and Rebecca Proctor

Showcasing some of the most exciting and innovative contemporary footwear designers from across the globe, this book reflects the rich and diverse range of cutting-edge shoe design. Using specially commissioned photography, never before published sketches, and original design material, New Shoes brings together a rich mix of desirable shoes, sandals, and boots to illustrate the unique blend of design skill and craftsmanship that footwear design demands. Sue Huey is Senior Footwear and Accessories Editor of Worth Global Style Network. She previously worked as footwear and accessories designer for a leading international fashion house. Her second book, Bags, was published by Laurence King in 2009. Rebecca Proctor is a freelance fashion and design journalist. She is also the author of 1000 Eco Designs and Where to Find Them.

Pattern Magic 2 is the cult pattern-cutting book from Japan, partner to the original title Pattern Magic. Inspiring and exciting, this volume takes a creative approach to pattern cutting, with more step-by-step projects for fashion designers and dressmakers to enjoy. These easy-to-follow illustrations and detailed instructions make it easy to create stunning, sculptural clothes. After serving many years as a professor at Bunka Fashion College, Tomoko Nakamichi currently delivers lectures and holds courses on pattern making in her native Japan and internationally. This book brings together the results of the research on garment patterns she has carried out to help instruct her students. • Companion volume to Pattern Magic • Cult pattern-cutting book — available in English at last • Easy-to-follow, step-by-step text • Highly illustrated, with beautiful photography

• Stylish survey of contemporary footwear • Now in an amazing value gift format

• Brings the subject alive by showing the finished designs three-dimensionally

• One in two women owns more than 30 pairs of shoes

• Inspiring guide to design through pattern cutting

300 color illustrations 208 pages 5 1⁄2 x 8 in 978 1 85669 767 5 US $17.95 PB Fashion March 2011

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

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Bradley Quinn

Tomoko Nakamichi

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Icons of Men’s Style Josh Sims

Behind nearly every item in the modern male wardrobe is a “first of its kind” — the definitive item, often designed for specialist use, on which all subsequent versions have been based. Icons of Men’s Style examines, garment by garment, the most important and famous of these products — their provenance and history, the stories of their design, the brand/company that started it all, and how the item shaped the way men dress today. Josh Sims is a freelance style writer, contributing to The Financial Times, Esquire, GQ, Wallpaper, and i-D. He is one-time style editor of Arena and executive editor of Arena Homme Plus. He is also author of Rock/Fashion (Omnibus), A Dictionary of Fashion Designers (Collins), Mary, Queen of Shops (BBC Books), and contributor to several fashion books from Taschen. • Shows the origins of the iconic items of men’s style, from the T-shirt to the tuxedo • A masculine approach to fashion emphasizing timeless classics and featuring photographs of items as worn by the stars • Perfect gift book and an important reference for fashion professionals and students

264 illustrations, 173 in color 192 pages 7 3⁄4 x 11 in 978 1 85669 722 4 US $29.95 PB with flaps Fashion April 2011

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100 Years of Menswear

Modern Menswear

Cally Blackman

Hywel Davies

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Protest Stencil Toolkit Patrick Thomas

This book contains 46 die-cut stencils and a stencil typeface which can be used to create slogans and powerful visual messages. The stencils reflect the concerns of our times, such as the environment and the financial system, and include some examples from the great protest movements of the 20th century. With a mixture of powerful images and the limitless potential to create slogans, the book is both a fun resource and a serious look at the graphics of protest. Patrick Thomas was born in Liverpool, England. He studied at Saint Martins School of Art and The Royal College of Art in London, before relocating to Barcelona in 1991. In 1997 he founded Studio laVista where he divides his time between printing, painting, and occasionally making images for the International Press. In recent years he has exhibited his work across five continents where it belongs to numerous private and public collections. He was elected a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) in 2005. • Includes 46 re-usable stencils • Features a stencil typeface to create your own slogans • Add a spraycan and a placard to start your own protest movement

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

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Process 2nd Edition 50 Product Designs from Concept to Manufacture

Symbol

Jennifer Hudson

The book features over 1300 symbols, organized into groups and sub-groups according to their visual characteristics. Each category includes a short introduction, with expanded captions providing information on who the symbol was designed for, who designed it, when, and where appropriate, what the symbol stands for. These sections are interspersed with short case studies on both classic examples of symbols still in use, and exceptional examples of recently designed symbols.

This book provides an in-depth study of the creative and manufacturing processes behind 50 contemporary domestic design objects. Chosen from around the world, they span furniture, lighting, tableware, and textiles. The work of both long-established and emerging designers is featured, with each product selected for its significant use of new technology, unorthodox, or complex production process, use of innovative materials and, in some cases, for the creative concept behind it. 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 fi fteen years. She is the author of a number of books including 1000 Designs and Where to Find Them, Interior Architecture Now, and Interior Architecture: From Brief to Build • New edition of successful product design book (previous edition: 978 1 85669 541 1) • Looks in detail at the process, not just the design of the finished object • Contains examples from some of the world’s leading designers, such as Ron Arad and Konstantin Grcic

1,079 illustrations, 1,017 in color 240 pages 8 1 ⁄4 x 11 in 978 1 85669 725 5 US $45.00 PB with flaps Graphics April 2011

Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman

Angus Hyland is a graduate of the RCA and a partner at Pentagram Design London. In 2001 Hyland was the cocurator with Roanne Bell of “Picture This”, a British Council exhibition featuring the work of London illustrators. Steven Bateman is a freelance writer who has worked with some of the UK’s leading design agencies. A regular contributor to Grafik magazine, he also writes for ISTD Condensed, Nico, and Varoom. • Features over 1,300 symbols • Essential reference book for designers • Companion volume to Logo (978 1 85669 528 2)

1,400 illustrations, 100 in color 336 pages 7 1⁄2 x 9 3⁄4 in 978 1 85669 727 9 US $40.00 PB with jacket Graphics May 2011

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Making It Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design

Logo

Chris Lefteri 978 1 85669 506 0 US $35.00 PB

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Michael Evamy 978 1 85669 528 2 US $40.00 PB with jacket

Pentagram Marks 400 Symbols and Logotypes Pentagram 978 1 85669 668 5 US $30.00 PB

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The 3D Type Book

Very Small Cafés & Restaurants

FL@33

John Stones

This book is a source of inspiration and the most comprehensive showcase available looking solely at three-dimensional, experimental letterforms. Featured projects cover a few classic/historical examples but mainly focus on recent and brand new typographic projects and experiments. An amazing array of innovative, playful, and inspirational projects are being produced by emerging and established talents from around the world and The 3D Type Book documents the best of the best.

Very Small Cafés and Restaurants features 40 projects from around the world by such designers as Wonderwall, Marti Guixé, and Thomas Heatherwick. Almost all of the establishments featured measure less than 150 square metres so the designers must make a big impact with very little space. The book will be inspirational for designers faced with the challenge of a tiny café or restaurant, as well as for independent food retailers looking for fresh new ways to present their product.

FL@33 is a multi-lingual and multi-specialized studio for visual communication based in London, working across all media. FL@33 projects have been extensively featured online and have been published in numerous magazines, newspapers, and books. FL@33 is also responsible for stereohype.com, a platform for designers and artists around the world. They compiled and edited Postcards, designed Cult Streetwear, and wrote and designed Made & Sold, all also published by Laurence King.

John Stones is a freelance writer and former features editor of Design Week. He has written for publications such as Icon, Elle Decoration, and Marketing Week. He is also the author of Total Design Sourcebook: Display (2008), No Rules! Logos (2009), and Very Small Shops (Laurence King, 2009).

• Fun selection of the best 3D typefaces from some of the world’s leading designers

• Only book on a growing restaurant category • Best examples of small space cafés and restaurants worldwide • Shows branding and graphics as well as interior design

• Features examples from around the world • With a foreword from 3D typographer Andrew Byrom, Associate Professor at California State University

500 color illustrations 240 pages 7 3⁄4 x 11 in 978 1 85669 713 2 US $29.95 PB Graphics March 2011

263 colour illustrations 256 pages 7 3⁄4 x 8 1 ⁄2 in 978 1 85669 731 6 US $40.00 HC Interior Design February 2011

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Very Small Shops John Stones 978 1 85669 625 8 US $40.00 HC

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Micro Paperback Very Small Buildings Ruth Slavid 978 1 85669 594 7 US $19.95 PB

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100 New Artists Francesca Gavin

100 New Artists brings together the creatives who are shaping the aesthetics of the next decade. All the artists featured were born after 1970. This book highlights the new themes, media, imagery, and ideas emerging in contemporary art practice. 100 New Artists documents a vital new wave, provides a snapshot of art at this moment and is the place to discover the people who will define our aesthetic future. Francesca Gavin is a writer and curator based in London. She is Visual Arts Editor at Dazed & Confused and Twin magazine, as well as a contributing editor at AnOther magazine and nowness.com. She contributes to publications including Vogue, Wallpaper*, TimeOut, Sunday Times Style, and The Guardian online. She is the author of Street Renegades: New Underground Art (2007) and Creative Space: Urban Homes of Artists and Innovators (2009), published by Laurence King. • Overview of 100 up-and-coming young artists from around the world • Includes sculpture, installation, photography, and more • Packaged in an exciting format at a great price

500 color illustrations 336 pages 7 1⁄2 x 11 1⁄2 in 978 1 85669 734 7 US $39.95 PB Art April 2011

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Folding Techniques for Designers From Sheet to Form Paul Jackson

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

Many designers use folding techniques in their work to make three-dimensional forms from two-dimensional sheets of fabric, cardboard, plastic, metal, and many other materials. This unique book explains the key techniques of folding, such as pleated surfaces, curved folding and crumpling. An elegant, practical handbook, it covers over 70 techniques explained by clear step-by-step drawings, crease-pattern drawings, and specially commissioned photography. Paul Jackson has been a professional paper folder and paper artist since 1982 and is the author of 30 books on paper arts and crafts. He has taught the techniques of folding on more than 150 university-level design courses in the UK, Germany, Belgium, the US, Canada and Israel. These include courses in Architecture, Graphic Design, Fashion Design, Textile Design, Jewellery, Product Design, Packaging, Ceramics, Industrial Design, Fine Art, Basic Design and Interior Design. He has also taught many workshops in museums, arts centers, and festivals and has worked as ‘folding consultant’ for companies such as Nike and Siemens. • Popular subject for designers • Over 70 techniques covered • Specially commissioned crease-pattern drawings are included on CD-ROM

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

Light for Visual Artists is the first book to look at the way light can be used to create realistic and fantastical effects in a wide range of visual media. It is a valuable resource for animators, digital illustrators, painters, photographers, and artists working in any medium. Clearly written by a practicing illustrator, this book is essential reading for both students and professional artists. Richard Yot is an illustrator who works in both traditional print and digital media. His clients have included Disney, HMV, Jamie Oliver, and Channel 4. • The first book to look at the way light is used to create effects in a range of media • Includes mini-tutorials to help illustrate the main teaching points • Essential reading for students of art, illustration, animation, photography, and other visual arts

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

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Al Diwan Al Amiri, Doha, Qatar Salma Samar Damluji

The Diwan Al Amiri in Doha, Qatar, is the governmental headquarters of the state of Qatar. Opened in 1989, this impressive complex is the symbolic, ceremonial, and administrative center of the State. The first book to document this impressive building, it is packed full of specially commissioned photographs by a leading architectural photographer. The book shows the entire building from its dramatic exterior, through the monumental interior spaces, down to the details of craftsmanship applied to every decorative element of the interior and its furnishings. Beautifully designed and produced and accompanied by an authoritative text, this book will fascinate those interested in the history of Qatar and its culture. Salma Samar Damluji is an architect and architectural consultant. She has published several books, including The Architecture of Oman (1998), The Architecture of The United Arab Emirates (2006), and The Architecture of Yemen (2007). She has curated a number of exhibitions in London.

White Green Ten Projects in the Great Outdoors by White arkitekter Mark Isitt

White arkitekter AB, is Scandinavia’s leading architectural practice and among the ten largest in Europe. Founded in 1951 the employeeowned company is a leader in sustainability and environmental issues. The projects selected for the book reflect a radical shift in architectural method — pointing out how construction is affected and altered by stringent ecological demands and the narural context. Filled with plans and photographs of the buildings and their natural surroundings, this is a beautiful and useful book. Mark Isitt is a freelance writer and journalist based in Sweden, specialising in Nordic architecture and design. For many years he was Editor in Chief of Forum AID Magazine, a quarterly review of Nordic architecture, interior design, and design. • Looks in depth at ten projects from one of the world’s leading eco-architecture practices

• First book to document this key Qatari building

• Contains beautiful images of the buildings and the surrounding landscape

• Original photographs highlight the amazing details and craftsmanship of the building

• A must for all architects who want to find out more about cutting-edge environmental buildings

• Beautifully designed and produced

350 colour illustrations 240 pages 9 3⁄4 x 13 in 978 1 85669 729 3 US $125.00 HC with French folds Architecture March 2011

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A History of Western Architecture 4th edition Available again David Watkin

In his highly acclaimed reference work David Watkin traces the history of western architecture from the earliest times to the 21st century. Adopting an approach that sees architectural history as a continuous narrative, the author emphasizes the ongoing vitality of the Classical language of architecture, underlining the continuity between, for example, the work of Ictinus in 5th-century bc Athens and that of McKim, Mead and White in 20th-century New York. “The best narrative survey of Western Architecture” Sir John Summerson David Watkin is Professor of the History of Architecture at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Peterhouse. He has written many books, including Morality and Architecture Revisited and Sir John Soane (1996), and is a leading authority on Classicism and its successive renewals in architecture. • Expanded and revised 4th edition • Packed with images of the greatest triumphs of Western architecture • Previously published by Watson-Guptill, under ISBN 978 0 82302 277 9

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The Portfolio series of books is aimed at those about to begin a course of study in one of the key areas of the visual arts. Each book is written by an academic at a leading college or institution and provides a thorough introduction to the subject, giving a complete theoretical and practical overview, including information on professional practice and careers. Each book also contains a comprehensive reference section including glossaries, data on key industry bodies, and suggestions for further reading. Additional resources, including test banks and instructor manuals, are available at www.laurenceking.com


Illustration

Marketing Fashion

Andrew Hall

Harriet Posner

This broad introduction to illustration reveals the artistic, intellectual, and organizational skills needed to study and practice as a freelance illustrator. It includes a practical introduction to image-making, covering basic techniques, and also looks at the mechanics of visualization and communication. There are chapters on how to deal with different kinds of brief, from publishing and editorial to light entertainment, as well as information on career paths and how to work in the industry.

Marketing Fashion is a practical guide to the fundamental principles of marketing and branding, from catwalk to price calculation, developing brand identity to creating a customer profi le. The book explains key theoretical concepts, and illustrates how they are applied within the global fashion and retail industry, from haute couture to the mass market. The book is designed to appeal to students at degree or foundation level as well as those contemplating a career within the fashion industry.

Andrew Hall is Subject Leader in Illustration on the BA Graphic Design course at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London. After graduating in 1986, he worked as a freelance illustrator, then studied theater design and worked as a theater designer for five years.

Harriet Posner is an Associate Lecturer in Fashion Business and Marketing at the London College of Fashion, UK. After graduating from Saint Martins College of Art & Design, she set up her own-label women’s and men’s knitwear brand selling in major stores worldwide. She has worked as a fashion designer, buyer and marketing consultant in the UK, Europe, and Asia.

• Comprehensive overview of all aspects of illustration • The essential companion for illustration students, or anyone thinking about studying illustration • Contains work from some of the world’s leading illustrators

• Up-to-date, highly illustrated introduction to fashion marketing • Written by an educator with fashion industry experience • Includes real-life examples and case studies

465 color illustrations 228 pages 8 1⁄2 x 10 in 978 1 85669 710 1 US $35.00 PB Graphics March 2011

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Textile Design Simon Clarke

This book offers students and those wishing to enter a career in textile design a basic grounding in its three main disciplines — printed, woven, and mixed media. Using a wealth of imagery and case studies from designers and studios at work today, the book looks at the basic principles of design and production, and gives practical advice on creating a collection. Education and employment are also discussed, giving an insight into the industry and helpful advice on finding a job.

Portfolio Skills books are designed to accompany undergraduate courses in architecture, fashion and textile design, interior design, graphic design, product design, and interior design. The books explain the practical skills needed by students throughout their studies and on into professional practice. Each title is extensively illustrated with step-by-step instructions on key methods and techniques. Affordably priced and attractively packaged, written and peer reviewed by educators at leading art and design schools, the titles are being adopted at an increasing number of institutions. Additional resources, including test banks and instructor manuals, are available at www.laurenceking.com

Dr Simon Clarke is a practicing textile designer and artist, specializing in digital design, who has exhibited his work internationally. He is a Senior Lecturer in Printed Textile Design on the BA (Hons) Textile Design course at University College Falmouth, UK, where he is also Pathway Leader for the MA in Textile Design. He has lectured at Kenyatta University in Kenya and Savannah College of Art and Design in the USA. • The only introductory book on the subject aimed at students • Looks at different disciplines in textile design, for both fashion, textiles, and interiors students • Highly illustrated with examples from the world’s leading textile designers

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Construction for Landscape Architecture

Drawing for Urban Design

Robert Holden and Jamie Liversedge

Lorraine Farrelly

This is the first visual treatment of the subject for students and professionals. The book covers all aspects of landscape construction, giving a good understanding of building materials and assembly. The book is illustrated with numerous specially commissioned, detailed construction drawings. At the end of the book there is a glossary and an appendix of technical information.

Drawing for Urban Design explores a wide range of ways to represent the city, from freehand sketching to sophisticated computer models. Architects and urban planners need to describe cities in the course of their work, be it through maps, diagrams, sketches, computer renderings, or models. This book provides an introduction to these techniques while explaining the processes associated with describing and designing urban environments — it is an invaluable visual handbook for representing the contemporary city.

Robert Holden is a practicing landscape architect. He has worked with Jamie Liversedge on projects in the Netherlands and the UK, and teaches landscape architecture and garden design at the University of Greenwich, London. He is the author of New Landscape Design (Laurence King, 2003). Jamie Liversedge is a landscape architect who has worked on projects ranging from hotels and resorts in Dubai and Cyprus to parks in Hong Kong and Singapore. He teaches landscape architecture and garden design at the University of Greenwich, London. • Invaluable practical guide to the subject

Lorraine Farrelly is Deputy Head of the Portsmouth School of Architecture. Her studio teaching focuses in particular on the promotion of a mixture of freehand and computer drawing skills to encourage a range of approaches to architectural drawing and representation. Her previous books include Interior Structures: Bars and Restaurants (2003), Representational Techniques, and Fundamentals of Architecture (both 2007).

• Contains numerous specially drawn diagrams

• Covers all techniques from sketching to CAD modeling

• Essential for all students of landscape design

• Key topic for today’s architecture and urban planning student

590 illustrations, 476 in color 240 pages 8 1⁄2 x 11 in 978 1 85669 708 8 US $35.00 PB Architecture May 2011

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

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100 Years of Fashion Illustration

100 Years of Menswear

Hywel Davies

Cally Blackman

Cally Blackman

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

978 1 85669 614 2 347 illustrations, 193 in color 320 pages • 7 3 ⁄4 x 9 3 ⁄4 in US $40.00 Flexibound • 2009

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100 New Fashion Designers

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300% Cotton More T-Shirt Graphics

Adorn New Jewelry

Advanced Fashion Drawing Lifestyle Illustration

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Amanda Mansell

Bil Donovan

978 1 85669 491 9 934 color illustrations 144 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in US $29.95 PB • 2006

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

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Art & Sole Contemporary Sneaker Art & Design Intercity 978 1 85669 565 7 500 color illustrations 240 pages • 7 3 /4 x 10 3 /4 in US $30.00 PB • 2008

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Contemporary Lingerie

Sue Huey and Susie Draffan

Bradley Quinn

Hywel Davies

Katie Dominy

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

978 1 85669 663 0 244 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

978 1 85669 650 0 300 color illustrations 192 pages • 7 3 /4 x 11 in US $40.00 HC • 2010

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Cult Streetwear Josh Sims 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

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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

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

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Basia Szkutnicka

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

978 1 85669 618 0 850 illustrations, 250 in color 224 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $35.00 PB • 2010

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Masters of Fashion Illustration

Modern Menswear

David Downton

Hywel Davies

Clive Hallett and Amanda Johnston

Carol Brown

Clive Hallett and Amanda Johnston

978 1 85669 669 2 50 color illustrations 70 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $85.00 HC • 2010

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

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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Fashion A to Z An Illustrated Dictionary

Fashion Designers’ Sketchbooks Hywel Davies

Bethan Morris

Alex Newman and Zakee Shariff

978 1 85669 683 8 334 color illustrations 208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 3 /4 in US $40.00 HC • 2010

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978 1 85669 573 2 150 color illustrations 240 pages • 7 x 8 3 /4 in US $30.00 PB • 2009

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Leather Fashion Design

Toby Meadows

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

978 1 85669 575 6 137 illustrations, 117 in color 176 pages • 7 x 9 3 /4 in US $30.00 PB • 2009

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Fabric for Fashion The Swatch Book

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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How to Set Up & Run a Fashion Label

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Fabric for Fashion A Comprehensive Guide to Natural Fibers

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My Wonderful World of Fashion A Book for Drawing, Creating, and Dreaming Nina Chakrabarti 978 1 85669 632 6 700 illustrations 272 pages • 8 1 ⁄4 x 11 1 ⁄ 2 in US $19.95 PB • 2009

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

Special Edition: Small shirt: 978 1 85669 638 8 Large shirt: 978 1 85669 639 5 Price: US $50.00

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Patterns New Surface Design

The Pattern Sourcebook A Century of Surface Design

Tees The Art of the T-Shirt

Textile Designers at the Cutting Edge

Maia Adams

Drusilla Cole

Drusilla Cole

MAKI Design

Bradley Quinn

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

978 1 85669 505 3 400 color illustrations 240 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 1/2 in US $25.00 PB • 2007

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

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

978 1 85669 581 7 662 color illustrations 320 pages • 8 1/4 x 9 3 /4 in US $35.00 Flexibound with ribbon • 2009

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

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The Trend Forecaster’s Handbook

Uniforms

Martin Raymond

978 1 85669 583 1 247 color illustrations 272 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 in US $24.95 PB • 2009

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

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Visual Merchandising Window and In-Store Displays for Retail

Bibliographic 100 Classic Graphic Design Books

Business Cards 3 Designs on Saying Hello

Cover Art By: New Music Graphics

Jason Godfrey

Michael Dorrian and Liz Farrelly

Adrian Shaughnessy

Tony Morgan

978 1 85669 592 3 600 color illustrations 224 pages • 9 1/4 x 11 1/4 in US $50.00 HC • 2009

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

978 1 85669 527 5 480 color illustrations 320 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in US $40.00 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 539 8 280 illustrations, 250 in color 208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $40.00 PB • 2008

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Design Diaries Creative Process in Graphic Design 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

ESSENTIALS OF VISUAL COMMUNICATION Bo Bergström

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Window Display New Visual Merchandising

Designers’ Identities

Designing Sustainable Packaging

Liz Farrelly

Scott Boylston

Harriet Worsley

Tony Morgan

978 1 85669 560 2 283 illustrations, 152 in color 320 pages • 7 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in US $40.00 PB • 2009

978 1 85669 685 2 250 color illustrations 192 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 690 6 350 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

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Essentials of Visual Communication

For Love and Money New Illustration

Bo Bergström

Liz Farrelly and Olivia Triggs

978 1 85669 577 0 480 illustrations, 445 in color 240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $35.00 PB • 2009

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

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

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Art Direction Explained, At Last! Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne 978 1 85669 624 1 250 color illustrations 256 pages • 8 3 /4 x 10 in US $35.00 Flexibound • 2009

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Badge/Button/Pin Gavin Lucas 978 1 85669 409 4 400 color illustrations 128 pages • 7 3 /4 x 7 3 /4 in US $19.95 PB • 2007

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Getting It Right With Type The dos and don’ts of typography

Graphic Design: A User’s Manual

How to be an illustrator

Adrian Shaughnessy

Darrel Rees

Victoria Squire, Hans Peter Willberg, and Friedrich Forssman

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

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978 1 85669 474 2 30 illustrations and over 300 type examples 176 pages • 7 x 9 3 /4 in US $19.95 PB • 2007

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How to Create a Portfolio and 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

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How to Use Images

Logo

Lindsey Marshall and Lester Meachem

Michael Evamy

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

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

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Look at This Contemporary Brochures, Catalogues & Documents

Materials, Process, Print Creative Solutions for Graphic Design

Adrian Shaughnessy

Daniel Mason

978 1 85669 469 8 600 color illustrations 192 pages • 9 1/4 x 11 1/3 in US $35.00 PB • 2006

978 1 85669 510 7 193 color illustrations 208 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $40.00 PB • 2007

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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

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Production for Print

Restaurant Graphics

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Grant Gibson

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

978 1 85669 508 4 250 color illustrations 176 pages • 9 x 11 1/2 in US $40.00 PB • 2007

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Signs Lettering in the Environment Phil Baines and Catherine Dixon 978 1 85669 576 3 700 color illustrations 192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 1/2 in US $19.95 PB • 2008

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The Picture Book Mini Edition Contemporary Illustration

Pentagram

Michael Dorrian and Liz Farrelly

978 1 85669 668 5 400 illustrations 408 pages • 5 x 7 in US $30.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 607 4 500 color illustrations 344 pages • 5 3 /8 x 6 7/8 in US $16.95 PB • 2010

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Sketch!: ESOW

Mark Boyce

Studio Rarekwai in collaboration with Dalek

Studio Rarekwai in collaboration with Darbotz

Studio Rarekwai in collaboration with ESOW

978 1 85669 543 5 2000 illustrations 336 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in US $24.95 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 547 3 200 blank pages 10 3 /4 x 7 1/2 in (landscape) US $16.95 • 2008

978 1 85669 544 2 200 blank pages 10 3 /4 x 7 1/2 in (landscape) US $16.95 • 2008

978 1 85669 546 6 200 blank pages 10 3 /4 x 7 1/2 in (landscape) US $16.95 • 2008

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Michael Dorrian and Liz Farrelly

Postcard

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Sizes May Vary A Workbook for Graphic Design

978 1 85669 526 8 500 color illustrations 352 pages • 8 3 /4 x 8 3 /4 in US $29.95 PB • 2007

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Pentagram Marks 400 Symbols and Logotypes

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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

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The Sneaker Coloring Book

Stickerbomb

Stickerbomb 2

Daniel Jarosch and Henrik Klingel

Studio Rarekwai

Studio Rarekwai

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

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

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Street Art Doodle Book Outside the Lines

The Street Art Stencil Book

Dave the Chimp

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 682 1 Over 200 illustrations 256 pages • 8 1/4 x 11 1/2 in US $19.95 PB • 2010

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Studio Culture The Secret Life of a Graphic Design Studio

This Means This, This Means That A User’s Guide to Semiotics

1000 New Eco Designs And Where to Find Them

The Custom Road Bike

Designs for Small Spaces

Drawing for Designers

Guy Andrews

Jennifer Hudson

Alan Pipes

Sean Hall

Rebecca Proctor

Edited by Tony Brook and Adrian Shaughnessy

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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 661 6 883 color illustrations 256 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 1/2 in US $30.00 PB • 2010

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

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

Advertising

SIMON VEKSNER FORWARD BY DAVID DROGA

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

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How to Make it as an Advertising Creative

Fixed Global Fixed-Gear Bike Culture

Indie Craft

Simon Veksner

Andrew Edwards and Max Leonard

Mark Shaw

Gavin Lucas and Michael Dorrian

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 85669 470 4 300 color illustrations 192 pages • 9 x 11 3 /4 in US $40.00 PB • 2006

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

978 1 85669 645 6 378 color illustrations 144 pages • 8 1 ⁄ 2 x 9 3 ⁄4 in US $24.95 PB • 2009

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

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Making It Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design

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978 1 85669 506 0 300 color illustrations 240 pages • 6 3 /4 x 9 1/2 in US $35.00 PB • 2007

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1000 Interior Details for the Home And Where to Find Them

1000 New Designs 2 And Where to Find Them

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Architects Today

Architectural Drawing

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Kester Rattenbury, Robert Bevan, and Kieran Long

David Dernie

Nick Dunn

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978 1 85669 492 6 400 illustrations, 300 in color 240 pages • 7 3 /4 x 8 1/2 in US $19.95 PB • 2006

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

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

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Architecture An Introduction

The Architecture of Yemen From Yafi to Hadramut

Construction and Detailing for Interior Design

Detail in Contemporary Bathroom Design

Geoffrey Makstutis

Salma Samar Damluji

Drew Plunkett

Virginia McLeod

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 514 5 600 illustrations, 400 in color 304 pages • 9 3 /4 x 13 in US $85.00 HC • 2009

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

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Flexible Architecture that Responds to Change

French Interiors of the 18th Century

Hatch The New Architectural Generation

John Whitehead

Kieran Long

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 1/3 x 9 3 /4 in US $50.00 Quarterbound • 2007

978 1 85669 018 8 550 illustrations, 350 in color 240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $60.00 HC • 2009

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

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Detail in Contemporary Kitchen Design

Detail in Contemporary Landscape Architecture

Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture

Detail in Contemporary Timber Architecture

Infi ll New Houses for Urban Sites

Interior Architecture From Brief to Build

Interior Architecture Now Jennifer Hudson

Jenny Gibbs

Virginia McLeod

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Adam Mornement and Annabel Biles

Jennifer Hudson

978 1 85669 570 1 150 color photographs, 200 illustrations 192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in US $45.00 HC • 2008

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

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

978 1 85669 697 5 850 color illustrations 240 pages • 8 1/2 x 11 in US $45.00 PB • 2010

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

Interior Design 2nd Edition

includes CD-ROM

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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

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Drawing for Interior Design

Exhibition Design

Extensions

Drew Plunkett

Philip Hughes

Adam Mornement

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 640 1 296 illustrations, 240 in color 224 pages • 8 1/2 x 10 in US $35.00 PB • 2010

978 1 85669 494 0 300 illustrations, 225 in color 256 pages • 9 x 9 in US $40.00 HC • 2007

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Interiors The Home Since 1700

Introduction to Architectural Technology

Micro Very Small Buildings

Steven Parissien

Pete Silver and Will McLean with Dason Whitsett

Ruth Slavid

978 1 85669 538 1 400 illustrations, 300 in color 304 pages • 9 x 9 3 /4 in US $50.00 HC • 2009

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

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

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New Chinese Architecture 978 1 85669 608 1 500 illustrations, 400 in color 480 pages • 7 1/2 x 9 3 /4 in US $40.00 HC • 2009

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The New Modern House Redefi ning Functionalism

New Restaurant Design

Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathiki

978 1 85669 674 6 259 illustrations, 214 in color 192 pages • 10 1/4 x 10 1/4 in US $30.00 PB • 2010

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

Bethan Ryder

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Restroom Contemporary Design

Towards Zero-energy Architecture New Solar Design

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Jennifer Hudson 978 1 85669 518 3 268 illustrations, 239 in color 192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in US $45.00 HC • 2008

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

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Claire Dowdy 978 1 85669 519 0 47 illustrations, 208 in color 192 pages • 9 3 /4 x 9 3 /4 in US $45.00 HC • 2008

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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

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Graffiti Asia

Guerilla Art

Studio Rarekwai

Edited by Sebastian Peiter, additional text by Goetz Werner

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

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

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Hell Bound New Gothic Art

Iznik The Pottery of Ottoman Turkey

Francesca Gavin

Nurhan Atasoy and Julian Raby

978 1 85669 563 3 160 color illustrations 176 pages • 8 1 ⁄4 x 9 3 ⁄4 in US $24.95 PB • 2008

978 1 85669 054 6 991 illustrations, 303 in color 384 pages • 10 1 ⁄4 x 14 1 ⁄4 in US $145.00 HC • 2008

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One-Off Independent Retail Design

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Very Small Shops

Methods & Theories of Art History

John Stones

Anne D’Alleva

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

978 1 85669 417 9 37 illustrations 192 pages • 5 1 ⁄ 2 x 8 1 ⁄4 in US $18.95 PB • 2009

Art

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Angaza Afrika African Art Now

Art by Tattooists Beyond Flash

Chris Spring

Jo Waterhouse

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

978 1 85669 631 9 200 color illustrations 128 pages • 8 3 ⁄4 x 8 3 ⁄4 in US $19.95 PB • 2009

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Chinese Snuff Bottles From the Sanctum of Enlightened Respect III Denis S.K. Low 978 9 81057 886 2 735 color illustrations 432 pages • 9 1 ⁄4 x 12 1 ⁄4 in US $225.00 HC in slipcase • 2008

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How to Set Up & Run a Fashion Label

Eco Fashion

Toby Meadows

Sass Brown

978 1 85669 575 6 US $30.00 PB

978 1 85669 691 3 US $35.00 PB

“A must have for design hopefuls, start-ups, and existing houses”

“Sometimes, a book looks so darn cool that you just can’t wait for the publication date...”

La Petite Blog

Planetgreen.com

Fashion A to Z An Illustrated Dictionary

The Sneaker Coloring Book

Alex Newman and Zakee Shariff

Daniel Jarosch and Henrik Klingel

978 1 85669 573 2 US $30.00 PB

978 1 85669 667 8 US $19.95 PB

“With it’s wealth of terminology, definitions and visual cues, this ingenious book will refine the technical vernacular of any fledgling fashion devotee”

“If you’re looking for an excuse to set the artist within free, we’ve found the perfect outlet!” SneakerFreaker.com

Vogue

Fixed Global Fixed-Gear Bike Culture

100 Years of Menswear

Andrew Edwards and Max Leonard

Cally Blackman

978 1 85669 645 6 US $24.95 PB

978 1 85669 614 2 US $40.00 Flexibound

“Please add this book to your collection” MASH SF

“If your wardrobe is lacking ideas read this. Eclectic doesn’t even begin to describe it.” Men’s Health

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Index of Titles

A Adorn: New Jewelry 37 Advanced Fashion Drawing: Lifestyle Illustration 37 Al Diwan Al Amiri, Doha, Qatar 26 Angaza Afrika: African Art Now 48 Animation in Process 40 Architects Today 28, 45 Architectural Drawing 45 Architectural Modelmaking 45 Architecture: An Introduction 46 Architecture of Yemen, The: From Yafi to Hadramut 46 Art & Sole: Contemporary Sneaker Art & Design 37 Art by Tattooists: Beyond Flash 48 Art Direction Explained, At Last! 40 B Badge/Button/Pin 40 Bag 37 Bibliographic: 100 Classic Graphic Design Books 6, 41 Boot, The 12, 37 British Fashion Designers 37 Business Cards 3: Designs on Saying Hello 41 C Chinese Snuff Bottles: From the Sanctum of Enlightened Respect III 48 Construction and Detailing for Interior Design 46 Construction for Landscape Architecture 34 Contemporary Lingerie 37 Copywriting: Successful Writing for Design, Advertising, and Marketing 44 Cover Art By: New Music Graphics 41 Creative Space: Urban Homes of Artists and Innovators 7 Cult Streetwear 38 Custom Kicks: Personalized Footwear 38 Custom Road Bike, The 45 D Design Diaries: Creative Process in Graphic Design 41 Designers’ Identities 41 Designing Sustainable Packaging 41 Designs for Small Spaces 45 Detail in Contemporary Bathroom Design 46 Detail in Contemporary Kitchen Design 46 Detail in Contemporary Landscape Architecture 46 Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture 46 Detail in Contemporary Timber Architecture 46 Digital Textile Design 38 DIY Fashion: Customize and Personalize 38 Drawing for Designers 45 Drawing for Interior Design 46 Drawing for Urban Design 35 E Eco Fashion 38 Encyclopedia of Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture 46 Essentials of Visual Communication 41 Exhibition Design 46 Extensions 46 Extreme Architecture: Building for Challenging Environments 47

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Index of Authors

F Fabric for Fashion: A Comprehensive Guide to Natural Fibers 38 Fabric for Fashion: The Swatch Book 38 Fashion & Textiles: The Essential Careers Guide 38 Fashion A to Z: An Illustrated Dictionary 38 Fashion Designers’ Sketchbooks 38 Fashion Illustrator 38 Fashion Jewelry: Catwalk to Couture 38 Fixed: Global Fixed-Gear Bike Culture 45 Flats: Technical Drawing for Fashion 39 Flexible: Architecture that Responds to Change 47 Folding Techniques for Designers: From Sheet to Form 24 For Love and Money: New Illustration 41 French Interiors of the 18th Century 47 G Getting It Right With Type: The dos and don’ts of typography 41 Graffiti Asia 49 Graphic Design: A User’s Manual 41 Graphic Design for Fashion 39 Guerilla Art 49 Guerrilla Advertising: Unconventional Brand Communication 44 H Hatch: The New Architectural Generation 47 Hell Bound: New Gothic Art 49 History of Western Architecture, A 28 How to be an illustrator 41 How to Be the Best Bubblewriter in the World, Ever! 2–3 How to Create a Portfolio and Get Hired: A Guide for Graphic Designers and Illustrators 41 How to Make it as an Advertising Creative 44 How to Set Up & Run a Fashion Label 39 How to Use Images 42 I Icons of Men’s Style 14–15 Illustration 30 Indie Craft 45 Infill: New Houses for Urban Sites 47 Interior Architecture: From Brief to Build 47 Interior Architecture Now 47 Interior Design 47 Interiors: The Home Since 1700 47 Introduction to Architectural Technology 47 Iznik: The Pottery of Ottoman Turkey 49

L Leather Fashion Design 39 Light for Visual Artists: Understanding & Using Light in Art & Design 25 Logo 19, 42 Look at This: Contemporary Brochures, Catalogues & Documents 42 M Made & Sold: Toys, T-Shirts, Prints, Zines and Other Stuff 10, 45 Making It: Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design 18, 45 Marketing Fashion 31 Masters of Fashion Illustration 39 Materials, Process, Print: Creative Solutions for Graphic Design 42 Methods & Theories of Art History 49 Micro: Very Small Buildings 21, 47 Modern Menswear 14, 39 Motion Blur 2: Multidimensional Moving Imagemakers 42 My Wonderful World of Fashion: A Book for Drawing, Creating, and Dreaming 2, 39 N New Chinese Architecture 47 New Media Design 42 New Modern House, The: Redefining Functionalism 48 New Packaging Design 42 New Restaurant Design 48 New Shoes: Contemporary Footwear Design 12 O Onehundredat360˚: Graphic Design’s New Global Generation 42 One-Off: Independent Retail Design 48 100 New Artists 22–23 100 New Fashion Designers 37 100 Years of Fashion Illustration 37 100 Years of Menswear 14, 37 1000 Designs for the Garden And Where to Find Them 8–9 1000 Interior Details for the Home And Where to Find Them 8, 44 1000 New Designs 2 And Where to Find Them 8, 44 1000 New Eco Designs And Where to Find Them 8, 45 P Packaging Design 42 Pattern Magic 13, 39 Pattern Magic 2 13 Pattern Sourcebook: A Century of Surface Design, The 39 Patterns: New Surface Design 39 Pentagram Marks: 400 Symbols and Logotypes 19, 42 Picture Book, The: Contemporary Illustration 4, 42 Planning Office Spaces: a practical guide for managers and designers 48 Postcard 42 Print & Pattern 10, 42 Process: 50 Product Designs from Concept to Manufacture 18 Production for Print 43 Protest Stencil Toolkit 16–17

R Restaurant Graphics 43 Restroom: Contemporary Design 48 S Signs: Lettering in the Environment 43 Sizes May Vary: A Workbook for Graphic Design 43 Sketch!: Dalek 43 Sketch!: Darbotz 43 Sketch!: ESOW 43 Sketchbooks: The Hidden Art of Designers, Illustrators, and Creatives 43 Sneaker Coloring Book, The 2, 43 Stickerbomb 43 Stickerbomb 2 43 Street Art Doodle Book: Outside the Lines 2, 44 Street Art Stencil Book, The 16, 44 Studio Culture: The Secret Life of a Graphic Design Studio 44 Symbol 19 T Tees: The Art of the T-Shirt 39 Textile Design 32 Textile Designers at the Cutting Edge 39 Textiles Now 40 This is Advertising 44 This Means This, This Means That: A User’s Guide to Semiotics 44 3D Type Book, The 20 300% Cotton: More T-Shirt Graphics 37 Tote Bag, The 10–11 Towards Zero-energy Architecture: New Solar Design 48 Trend Forecaster’s Handbook, The 40 U Uniforms 40 V Very Small Cafés & Restaurants 21 Very Small Shops 21, 48 Visual Merchandising: Window and In-Store Displays for Retail 40 W White Dress, The: Fashion Inspiration for Brides 40 White Green: Ten Projects in the Great Outdoors by White arkitekter 27 Whose Hair? 4–5 Window Display: New Visual Merchandising 40

A Adams, Maia 38 Andrews, Guy 45 Atasoy, Nurhan 49 Austin, Tricia 42 B Baines, Phil 43 Bateman, Steven 19 Bell, Jonathan 48 Bell, Roanne 4 Bergström, Bo 41 Bevan, Robert 28, 45 Biles, Annabel 47 Blackman, Cally 14, 37 Bowles, Melanie 38 Boyce, Mark 43 Boylston, Scott 41 Brereton, Richard 43 Brook, Tony 44 Brown, Carol 38 Brown, Sass 38 C Chakrabarti, Nina 2, 39 Christoforou, Christina 4 Clarke, Simon 32 Cole, Drusilla 39, 40 D D’Alleva, Anne 49 Dalek 43 Damluji, Salma Samar 26, 46 Darbotz 43 Dave the Chimp 2, 44 Davies, Hywel 14, 37, 38, 39 Dernie, David 45 Dixon, Catherine 43 Dominy, Katie 37 Donovan, Bil 37 Dorrian, Michael 41, 42, 44 Doust, Richard 42 Dowdy, Claire 48 Downton, David 39 Draffan, Susie 37 Dunn, Bill 40 Dunn, Nick 45 E Edwards, Andrew 45 ESOW 43 Evamy, Michael 19, 42 F Farrelly, Liz 41, 42 Farrelly, Lorraine 35 FL@33 10, 20, 42, 45 Forssman, Friedrich 41 Francis-Bryden, Selena 38 G Gatter, Mark 43 Gavin, Francesca 7, 22, 49 Gibbs, Jenny 47 Gibson, Grant 43 Godfrey, Jason 6, 41 Graven Images 42 Guzowski, Mary 48

H Hall, Andrew 30 Hall, Sean 44 Hallett, Clive 38 Heller, Steven 40 Hess, Jay 39 Holden, Robert 34 Hudson, Jennifer 8, 18, 44, 45, 47, 48 Huey, Sue 12, 37 Hughes, Philip 46 Hyland, Angus 4, 19 I Intercity 37 Isaac, Ceri 38 Isitt, Mark 27 J Jackson, Paul 24 Jarosch, Daniel 2, 43 Johnston, Amanda 38 K Kirkpatrick, Janice 42 Klingel, Henrik 2, 43 Kronenburg, Robert 47 L Lefteri, Chris 18, 45 Leonard, Max 45 Liversedge, Jamie 34 Long, Kieran 28, 45, 47 Low, Denis S.K. 48 Lucas, Gavin 40, 44 M Maat, Matthijs 38, 39 MAKI Design 38, 39 Makstutis, Geoffrey 46 Mansell, Amanda 37 Marshall, Lindsey 42 Martens, Yuri 48 Mason, Daniel 42 McLean, Will 47 McLeod, Virginia 46 Meachem, Lester 42 Meadows, Toby 39 Morgan, Tony 40 Mornement, Adam 46, 47 Morris, Bethan 38 N Nakamichi, Tomoko 13, 39 Newman, Alex 38 O ON. Studio 16, 44 onedotzero 42

P Parissien, Steven 47 Pasztorek, Simone 39 Patel, Jitesh 10 Peiter, Sebastian 49 Pentagram 19, 42 Pipes, Alan 45 Plunkett, Drew 46 Posner, Harriet 31 Proctor, Rebecca 8, 12, 45 Q Quinn, Bradley 12, 37, 39 R Raby, Julian 49 Rattenbury, Kester 28, 45 Raymond, Martin 40 Rees, Darrel 41 Roberts, Lucienne 41 Rudge, Geraldine 8, 44 Rudge, Ian 8, 44 Ryder, Bethan 48 S Scott, Linda 2 Selby, Andrew 40 Shariff, Zakee 38 Shaughnessy, Adrian 41, 42, 44 Shaw, Mark 44 Silver, Pete 47 Sims, Josh 14, 38 Slavid, Ruth 21, 47 Smits, Kim 38, 39 Spring, Chris 48 Squire, Victoria 41 Stathiki, Ellie 48 Sterlacci, Francesca 39 Stewart, Bill 42 Stones, John 21, 48 Studio Rarekwai 43, 49 Style, Bowie 10, 43 Szkutnicka, Basia 39 T Taylor, Fig 41 Thomas, Patrick 16 Triggs, Olivia 41 V van Meel, Juriaan 48 van Ree, Herman Jan 48 Veksner, Simon 44 Vienne, Véronique 40 W Walters, Helen 37 Waterhouse, Jo 45, 48 Watkin, David 28 Werner, Goetz 49 Whitehead, John 47 Whitsett, Dason 47 Willberg, Hans Peter 41 Williams, Eliza 44 Worsley, Harriet 40 Wright, Rebecca 41 Y Yot, Richard 25

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