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DESIGN & FASHION Kwab - Ornament as Art in the Age of Rembrandt Rijksmuseum 2018
DESIGN & FASHION Kwab - Ornament as Art in the Age of Rembrandt Rijksmuseum 2018

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Kwab - Ornament as Art in the Age of Rembrandt Rijksmuseum 2018 ISBN 9789462084285 Acqn 28407 Hb 22x28cm 304pp 350ills col £45

The auricular style is one of the most important and remarkable Dutch contributions to the decorative arts in Europe. This book traces the history and meaning of the auricular style, with its fabulous, organic shapes, from the work of the goldsmith Paulus van Vianen at the court of Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor, in Prague to that of his brother Adam in Utrecht and Johannes Lutma in Amsterdam. Their masterpieces were admired as high art by Rembrandt and his pupils, who produced auricular designs themselves. The story of this abstract decorative form is illustrated using silver and gold masterworks, design drawings and prints, paintings by Rembrandt, furnishings, and Cuir de Cordoue gold leather wall coverings.

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DESIGN & FASHION Illustrated Guide To Japanese Traditional Clothing And Performing Arts Tankosha 2018 ISBN
DESIGN & FASHION Illustrated Guide To Japanese Traditional Clothing And Performing Arts Tankosha 2018 ISBN

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Illustrated Guide To Japanese Traditional Clothing And Performing Arts Tankosha 2018 ISBN 9784473041951 Acqn 28124 Pb 13x21cm 160pp 275ills 200col £19.75

Although the explosion in popularity of Japanese culture over recent decades has led to the inclusion of words like "kimono" or "kabuki" in dictionaries, trying to explain these traditions in English can prove tricky. Even for the Japanese, there are many things that are not actually understood very well, which can be equally familiar or unfamiliar, or for which the origins and names are difficult to explain or remember. This richly illustrated book is aimed at those who wish to introduce Japanese culture in English, including foreigners who want to learn more about traditional clothing and performing arts. The clear drawings and concise descriptions unlock an entire universe of Japanese culture.

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DESIGN & FASHION Make The Logo Bigger - Heads Collective Corraini Editore 2018 ISBN 9788875706913
DESIGN & FASHION Make The Logo Bigger - Heads Collective Corraini Editore 2018 ISBN 9788875706913

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Make The Logo Bigger - Heads Collective Corraini Editore 2018 ISBN 9788875706913 Acqn 28297 Hb 15x23cm 772pp col ills £61.95

HEADS Collective is a collective of creative professionals coming from different cultural backgrounds that researches and develops projects on the crossover of art, visual communication, design, video, illustration, photography, and music. 'Make the Logo Bigger' is the volume that tells their story, putting together a gallery with ten years of projects. What does it mean to be a graphic designer today, in a world where everyone can improvise creativity? Their way of intending the collaborations, and all those times when they were told to make the "red a little less red" and of course, the logo a little bit bigger. 772 pages of campaigns, shots, words, and creativity, with a final section that explains in short every project.

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DESIGN & FASHION Fattobene - Italian Everyday Archetypes Corraini Editore 2018 ISBN 9788875706845 Acqn 28300
DESIGN & FASHION Fattobene - Italian Everyday Archetypes Corraini Editore 2018 ISBN 9788875706845 Acqn 28300

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Fattobene - Italian Everyday Archetypes Corraini Editore 2018 ISBN 9788875706845 Acqn 28300 Pb 17x24cm 288pp 289ills 165col £42.75

'Fattobene - Italian Everyday Archetypes' is a project run by Anna Lagorio and Alex Carnevali: an atlas of Italian material culture, a journey into the industrial history of Italy. The reality of 35 companies that, with their products, have gone through two world wars undeclared, and they continue to produce with the same detail, care and passion. Archival material - often unpublished - made of photographs, postcards, prototypes, and advertising posters that tell anecdotes, stories and curiosities about the best made in Italy. From the object to the packaging, going through graphic and advertising promotion: in the background, the history of Italy and costumers' taste during the twentieth century.

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DESIGN & FASHION Where Did Issey Come From? The Work Of Issey Miyake He He
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Where Did Issey Come From? The Work Of Issey Miyake He He 2018 ISBN 9784908062209 Acqn 28215 Hb 18x26cm 208pp col ills £46

Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake was born in Hiroshima and studied graphic design at the Tama Art University in Tokyo, graduating in 1964. Following that, he spent time in Paris and New York City before returning to Tokyo in 1970, where he founded the Miyake Design Studio, a high- end producer of women's fashion. Today he has become the kind of person who makes one wonder, "What kind of place could he possibly come from?" His creative energy seems like something from science fiction, perhaps even extraterrestrial. Part biography, part monograph, this volume dives into Miyake's extraordinary world of design, tracing his roots through the years.

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DESIGN & FASHION Utsuwa Katachi - Japanese Ceramics And Forms ADP 2018 ISBN 9784903348483 Acqn
DESIGN & FASHION Utsuwa Katachi - Japanese Ceramics And Forms ADP 2018 ISBN 9784903348483 Acqn

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Utsuwa Katachi - Japanese Ceramics And Forms ADP 2018 ISBN 9784903348483 Acqn 26682 Pb 22x27cm 160pp 110ills 100col £33.75

The Japanese world utsuwa literally means "vessel" or "container", and commonly refers to any kind of cup, plate, dish, or pot. Unlike mass-produced crockery, the spontaneous ceramic form is momentary and fleeting, with an unparalleled warmth and aesthetic pleasure. This art form emerges from the particular clay or raw material used, the thickness and flow of the glaze, and the condition of the kiln. An individual piece depends on the distinct balance between all of these factors, and each piece is one-of-a-kind; encounters with utsuwa are said to be once-in-a-lifetime experiences. This book features gorgeously photographed pieces by a selection of specialised ceramists.

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