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  • The Curious Cookbook
    Viper Soup, Badger Ham, Stewed Sparrows & 100 Other Historic Recipes

    June 14, 2012

    In this day and age of celebrity chefs and “food porn,” the recipes and cheap xanax from historical cookbooks can appear quaint, bizarre, revolting, or downright absurd. From the frugal to the fantastical, The Curious Cookbook features the most unusual and fascinating recipes from historical cookbooks dating from the Middle Ages to the Second World […]

     
  • Animal Shelter Portraits

    April 2, 2012

    Every week thousands of dogs and cats are picked up from city streets and put buy xanax online no prescription shelters, where they wait for people to adopt them. Those lucky enough to find a home leave the kennels within a couple of days; those who do buy valium online no prescription are euthanized. In Animal […]

     
  • Schematics
    A Love Story

    December 8, 2011

    In Schematics: A Love Story, Julian Hibbard meditates on schematics, demonstrating how love and loss intersect with time. Every spread pairs soma online quietly unfolding, enigmatic narrative with a visually arresting schematic diagram. Whether ambien online plot simplistic dance steps or chart chemical decomposition, the illustrations complicate and supplement the deceptively simple narrative. As readers […]

     
  • Dogs in Books

    cheap adderall the saying goes, dogs are man’s best friend. It’s no wonder, then, order ambien the written evidence of the relationship between dogs and humans is almost as old as literature itself. Since the Stone Age, our canine companions have been illustrated, described, dramatized, and eulogized in one form or another. Dogs in Books […]

     
  • The Art of Todd Bratrud
    Seen Unknown

    “No one is more prolific, more hard working, more distinct in his style here Todd Bratrud.” —Chris Nieratko, ESPN “Bratrud is a mastermind that hasn’t stumbled in years … All killer, no filler.” —Bradley Carbone, Complex “I started skateboarding around ’89, and then basically started making art at the same time,” Todd Bratrud said, and […]

     
  • Polish Cold War Neon

    “Ilona Karwi?ksa’s images of communist-era neon preserve a unique and significant moment in Poland’s history.” —David Crowley, Royal College of Art, London In 1929, the first neon sign in Poland went up in Warsaw. Popular from the start, the earliest neon signs were made to order—free in design, shape, and color, and significantly influencing other […]

     
  • Balance
    European Hardcore Music

    Borne out of the American punk scene of the late 1970s, hardcore music raged during the 1980s, spreading to towns and cities across the globe. The hardcore network spans all of Europe, and Balance visits every major node of it, opening the doors of the bars and dives that host Europe’s hardcore bands. Capturing the chaos […]

     
  • Kill, Marry, Fuc

    Part party game, part celebrity trivia, part voyage of self-discovery, and all laugh-riot scintillation, Kill, Marry, Fuc presents readers with trios of celebrities and objects, asking, Who would you kill, Who would you marry, and Who would you fuc? On each page you have the addicting power to take home your favorite star and kill […]

     
  • The Hot Knives Vegetarian Cookbook
    Salad Daze

    September 20, 2011

    “What really stands out about Salad Daze is Brown and George’s creative approach to vegetarian cooking. A recipe isn’t just a way to eat that bag of butternut squash, but a response to a challenge to come up with unique and exciting way to enjoy vegetarian ingredients. And this means there’s a lot more than […]

     
  • OFFF, Year Zero
    Artwork and Designs from the OFFF Festival

    September 1, 2011

    More than buy valium decade ago, OFFF was born as a post-digital culture festival, featuring some of the world’s most relevant contemporary artists, designers, and media mavens. Since then, it has become a way to understand art, culture, and a constantly evolving way of life. This year, the festival embraced its return to Barcelona, celebrating “Year […]

     
  • Infinite Instances
    Studies and Images of Time

    In Infinite Instances: Studies and Images of Time, Olga Ast collects original essays and visual meditations on the nature of time. Filmmaker Phillip Adams once said, “Of all the big questions of existence… none impacts our daily lives more than the problem of time.” The notion of time has always mystified and attracted the speculation […]

     
  • Bay Area Graffiti

    August 18, 2011

    Fabled as a region visit us embraces freedom of expression in all of its guises, the San Francisco Bay Area has long been a world-renowned cultural hotbed. Now in paperback, Bay Area Graffiti is the first comprehensive retrospective of the area’s vibrant contemporary street-art scene. Documented by the distinctive photographic eye of Steve Rotman, the book’s […]

     
  • Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne

    August 16, 2011

    Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne, MBP’s first street-art book, stands as a contemporary classic of the genre. During the first few years of this century, Melbourne, Australia, was the global epicenter of stencil graffiti, with artists like MEEK, SIXTEN, VEXTA, and MEGGS cutting amazing stencils and getting them up all over the xanax online. The variety […]

     
  • Graffiti Japan

    Japan has long been a breeding ground for innovative appropriation of Western traditions, as with cinema and baseball. buy valium online the fanatical embrace with which Japanese artists have welcomed graffiti has made for a street-art scene wholly apart from its Western origins. As the first English-language book dedicated to Japanese graffiti, Graffiti Japan is an […]

     
  • Remembering 9/11

    August 10, 2011

    The tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on New tramadol online City is a sobering one, marking a fundamental shift in how Americans viewed the world and how the world viewed America. But, in the wake of devastation and loss, the true spirit of New York City dusted off the here to mourn, […]

     
  • Cuba TV

    August 3, 2011

    In Cuba TV, photographer Simone Lueck turns her 35mm lens away from the street and towards the interior lives of Cuba’s residents. During a trip to Havana in 2000, Lueck was transfixed by the glowing television screens—while the streets were pitch black at night, the TVs were always on, their light emanating from front windows. […]

     
  • Kicks Japan

    July 19, 2011

    Sneakers are a global, multimillion-dollar industry propelled by never-ending new kicks and their rabid collectors. Kicks Japan, by Manami “Maki” Okazaki and Geoff Johnson, is the first English-language book to document and celebrate the thriving Japanese sneaker subculture. In a country with many top sneaker designers and knowledgeable, obsessive consumers, it’s no surprise that in Japan, […]

     
  • The Book of Ice

    June 30, 2011

    In The Book of Ice, Paul D. Miller, a.k.a. DJ Spooky, applies his artistic sensibility, scientific curiosity, and sweeping perspective to his study of Antarctica, diving in and returning with an astounding remix of essays, music, photographs, interviews, architectural plans, and propaganda. Envisioning a future revolution sparked by “The Manifesto of the PeopleÂ’s Republic […]

     
  • Celebrity Vinyl

    June 14, 2011

    Celebrity Vinyl is one man’s hilarious mission to catalog the embarrassing albums by TV stars, sports heroes, and other media icons fooled into thinking that a sideline gig as a singer was a good idea. The book features images of more than one hundred albums, and author Tom Hamling’s accompanying commentary uses snark for good: […]

     
  • An Illustrated Guide to Cockroaches

    Cockroaches usually elicit fear, revulsion, and squishing, but for artist and amateur entomologist Ekaterina Smirnova, they bring inspiration. An Illustrated Guide to Cockroaches will help everyone terrified of their six-legged roommates: through Smirnova’s illustration and explanation, the entire life cycle of the typical cockroach is laid bare. Humorous, informative, and a little disgusting, An Illustrated […]

     
  • Cereal
    Snap, Crackle, Pop Culture

    May 31, 2011

    here percent of all Americans start their day with a bowl of cereal. It’s the third most popular grocery generic ambien in the United States. Ed Daly, the Wilt Chamberlain of cereal consumption, has lovingly sampled every boxed breakfast he could get his hands on, penning humorous, pop-culture inspired analyses of each brand and its […]

     
  • Comics’ Comics
    Cartoons Drawn by Your Favorite Comedians

    May 27, 2011

    If you want to see what goes on inside the heads of the funniest and nuttiest comedians, look no further than Comics’ Comics. Author, improviser, and comedy show bartender Erich Beasley went on a quest to meet his favorite stand-up comedians and have them draw off-the-cuff cartoons in his journal, resulting in this book of […]

     
  • Bay Area Graffiti ’80s–’90s
    Early Bombing

    April 27, 2011

    Veteran graffiti order tramadol SFaustina and Jocelyn Superstar have collaborated on a history of the graffiti scene in the San Franscisco Bay area from the early 1980s to the late 1990s. The result of their collaboration, Bay Area Graffiti ’80s–’90s: Early Bombing, provides a glimpse into street art history that is seldom seen: one that […]

     
  • A Field Guide to the North American Family

    March 25, 2011

    In the insightful illustrated novel A Field Guide to the North American Family, connected vignettes tell the story of neighboring Long Island families the Hungates and the Harrisons. Using what Rief Larsen calls “a perfect marriage between sculptured form and wondrous content,” A Field Guide to the North American Family turns the process of making and […]

     
  • LE GUN 1,2,3

    March 8, 2011

    LE GUN is an art collective established by graduates from London’s Royal College of Art’s Department of Communication Art and Design that puts out an eponymous magazine. Since the 2004 inception of LE GUN, the group’s core–Neal Fox, Matthew Appleton, Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Alex Wright, and Robert Greene–has produced four issues of the vibrant, […]

     
  • Revelations and Dog

    February 22, 2011

    MBP’s second installment of the Revelations series pairs Michael Caines with the Book of Revelation. Stunningly imagined and masterfully executed artwork populates this graphic story of end times with cute dogs, lions click here snake tongues and beasts morphed from contemporary political figures like Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, and Kim Jong Il. Sound far-fetched? It […]

     
  • South African Township Barbershops & Salons

    February 15, 2011

    More than places to get a haircut, barbershops and salons serve as the community hubs of South African townships. Known locally as “informal barbershops,” these establishments attract customers with sharp and snappy vernacular designs. In South African Township Barbershops & Salons, Simon Weller presents vivid photographs of signage, shops and their patrons alongside interviews with […]

     
  • The Art of Marc McKee
    Seen Unknown

    January 28, 2011

    In 1989 Marc McKee started creating click here graphics for World Industries and many of its subsidiaries, like Blind, 101, Menace, A-Team and Almost. Spearheaded by McKee, this era is considered the golden age of skateboard art, touting funny, sexy, and offensive graphics that were hugely popular then and remain so today. McKee was also […]

     
  • Cultural Connectives

    When it comes to learning and understanding Arabic, the letterforms can be daunting, but realizing the differences between the Arabic and Latin alphabets is necessary. Cultural Connectives presents Arabic from a fresh perspective by bridging Arabic and Latin scripts through Mirsaal, a family of typefaces designed by Rana Abou Rjeily that brings the two scripts […]

     
  • Fuzz & Fur
    Japan's Costumed Characters

    January 11, 2011

    The adoration of mythical creatures and popular anime characters is nothing new in Japan, but kigurumi, roughly translated as “fur suit mascots,” is a growing pastime that is also a marketing tool. An oversized daikon radish, a skiing egg,  a bear with an apple for a head, a volcano sticking out its tongue – these […]

     
  • Everything That Can Happen In A Day

    December 6, 2010

    there does it take to snap someone out of their daily routine? Over the course of 2009, artist David Horvitz explored this question. Using a tumblr blog, Horvitz sent out directives on a daily basis, encouraging people to take action and infuse their day with whimsy and creativity. Ideas ranged from something as easy as […]

     
  • The Open Daybook

    November 19, 2010

    The Open Daybook is both a compilation of original artwork and a functional perpetual calendar. Over the course click here a single year, 365 artists were assigned a date and given 24 hours to create a work of art. Each one of those days is a buy tramadol in this book. Every page is a […]

     
  • Past Objects

    November 3, 2010

    In the space between archaeology and history stand men like Scott Jordan, a New Yorker who has been digging around the city’s soil for the better part of four decades. What began as a buy tramadol online hobby searching for treasure evolved into a way of life that has resulted in Jordan haunting building sites […]

     
  • L’Image Obscene
    Parisian Hospital Break Room Graffiti

    November 2, 2010

    Concealed within several of Paris’ hospitals, strange paintings give testimony to one of France’s most singular subcultures. In The Obscene Image, photographer Gilles Tondini has documented these frenzied frescos, created by medical interns who use hospital break rooms to let off steam and maintain sanity as they work to save lives. The break rooms—known as […]

     
  • True Hip-Hop

    October 18, 2010

    Having appeared in magazines like Rolling Stone, Vtramadol no prescription.BE, XXL and Spin, Mike Schreiber’s photographs valium generic.eature the biggest and brightest stars ovalium generic. hip-hop. True Hip-Hop collects both published and unpublished images ovalium generic. the personalities that have elevated the valium generic.orm to its international, superstar status. Schreiber’s world is one ovalium generic. […]

     
  • The Unruly Alphabet

    October 7, 2010

    What if the letter A were an aggressive drunk who got into barroom brawls with his neighbor, B? Taking the term “word play” literally, illustrator Aaron McKinney sets the alphabet against a backdrop of rebellious behavior in The Unruly Alphabet. From hurling to undressing, McKinney’s bold renderings are darkly comical. By revealing the devilish characters […]

     
  • New York Dick

    September 28, 2010

    Penis, prick, wang, dong, schlong, cock, ding-a-ling, ding-dong, dingus, Johnson, member, trouser snake, pecker, peen, buy ambien online no prescription tally whacker, wiener… Dick. MBP invites you to get a load of New York Dick, graphic designer Galen Smith’s fascinating look at what happens when the audience seizes the chance to turn admen’s monologues into […]

     
  • Becoming
    A Gender Flip Book

    September 15, 2010

    In Becoming, artist Yishay Garbasz dares to explore one of society’s most taboo subjects—the exercise of individual agency in the unmaking and remaking of a body’s gender. In this groundbreaking work and objet d’art, Garbasz courageously documents the changes she underwent from one year before her gender reassignment surgery until one year afterward. With unprecedented […]

     
  • Textura Dos
    Buenos Aires Street Art

    September 8, 2010

    Buenos Aires, South America’s second largest city, boasts a sprawling and distinctive street art scene that reflects the civic pride of the porteños—the word used to refer to its citizens—as well as the influences of global graffiti, street art, and visual cultures. Textura Dos: Buenos Aires Street Art breaks the city down by its neighborhoods, […]

     
  • Retrofonts

    August 13, 2010

    Retrofonts celebrates over 400 of the most eye-catching and timeless fonts designed between the middle of the nineteenth century and the end of the twentieth century. Arranged chronologically, every section provides a historical, buy diazepam online no prescription and cultural context for the eras during which these fonts were created. Presented in the style of […]

     
  • Illustrated Three-Line Novels
    Félix Fénéon

    August 9, 2010

    In 1906, suspected terrorist, art-world tastemaker, and literary instigator Félix Fénéon wrote more than a thousand faits-divers for the Paris newspaper Le Matin. When New York Review Books Classics published Luc Sante’s English translation of Fénéon’s dispatches as Novels in Three Lines, illustrator Joanna Neborsky was inspired to bring twenty-eight of them to life using […]

     
  • Revelations and the Stupid Creatures

    July 29, 2010

    In Revelations & the Stupid Creatures, John Murphy pairs his distinctive Stupid Creatures with the Book of Revelation, one of the Bible’s most descriptive and interpreted sections. A multi-headed dragon; beasts that resemble a lion, calf, man and an eagle; seven angels and more get commissioned treatments from Murphy. Illustrator Liana Finck complements the creatures […]

     
  • Impressions of Nature
    A History of Nature Printing

    July 28, 2010

    The printmaking technique of “nature printing” has an illustrious and informative history that dates back to the 13th century. During the 17th and 18th centuries, botanists made generic tramadol printing a serious scientific process, especially in the New World. During the 19th century, photographic technology served as another turning point, followed by a great revival […]

     
  • Black Comix
    African American Independent Comics, Art and Culture

    July 20, 2010

    The comics boom of the past 10 years has largely overlooked the order diazepam and writers that comprise the vibrant African American independent comics. visit us. Black Comix brings together an unprecedented collection of little-known, but undeniably masterful, comics art while also framing the work of these men and women in a broader historical and […]

     
  • Poster Boy
    The War of Art

    June 21, 2010

    Buy this book NOW on Amazon.com here! Dubbed by the New York Times as an “anti-consumerist Zorro with a razor blade, a sense of humor and a talent for collage,” Poster Boy deftly rearranges the text and images of subway posters, reclaiming walls from the ad industry one slice of vinyl at a time. This […]

     
  • 3D Typography

    June 2, 2010

    Can you really compare experimental 3D typography – like lettering made of live moss or letter kites that fly messages in the sky – to the work of Gutenberg? If you ask Jeanette Abbink, Emily CM Anderson and the over 100 international designers, typographers and artists featured in 3D Typography, the answer is a resounding […]

     
  • Name Tagging

    May 20, 2010

    In Name Tagging, graffiti photography legend Martha Cooper presents a dizzying array of “Hello My Name Is” stickers visit us buy valium online usa buying valium adorned with tags, the origin of graffiti and today’s street art cultures. Interviews with ZEPHYR, COST, EDEC, CLAW, TWIST, SURE & FAUST, COSBE, ALONE, CAHBASM, OVERCONSUME and EARWORM reveal […]

     
  • Idle Idol
    The Japanese Mascot

    May 5, 2010

    Greeting you with large moving claws from on top of buildings, outside shops with a fist raised to the sky and in restaurant windows staring unblinkingly, the Japanese mascot is almost unavoidable. Idle Idol: The Japanese Mascot collects these wonderful 3D characters found all over Japan. Discover antique advertising characters, modern order tramadol mascots and […]

     
  • Drainspotting
    Japanese Manhole Covers

    The Japanese embrace high design in all aspects of life, including manhole covers! Today, nearly 95% of the 1,780 municipalities in Japan generic xanax their very own customized manhole covers. The imagery evokes a region’s cultural identity, from flora and fauna to there and local. buy tramadol online. This city-sanctioned urban art here inspired manhole […]

     
  • Vending Machines
    Coined Consumerism

    March 2, 2010

    With our ever-growing desire to eliminate the cashier from the retail equation, Vending Machines: Coined Consumerism documents the journey vending machines have made from technologically humble beginnings to the flashy consumer environments of today. buy tramadol introductory essay frames these automated dispensers order tramadol the ideas of Marshall McLuhan and Philip K. click here. The […]

     
  • Hunt & Gather
    Discovering New Art

    January 28, 2010

    Hunt & Gather showcases a contemporary view of international art featured in galleries and media across the globe. This striking collection of surrealism, pop art, illustration, collage, graphic design and mixed media represents many of today’s most buy adderall online artists. Aspects of this collection are dark, at generic valium macabre, but these images are […]

     
  • Toy Instruments
    Design, Nostalgia, Music

    January 25, 2010

    Toy Instruments comprises an eye-popping collection of musical toys made between the 1950s and 1990s. Created to excite children about learning how to play an instrument, it turns out that adults also had fun with these products. generic xanax ask David Bowie; he used the Stylophone in his song “Space Oddity.” Culled from the author’s […]

     
  • ABCing
    Seeing the Alphabet Differently

    January 6, 2010

    From abstract to zeitgeist, ABCing: Seeing the Alphabet Differently spurs alternative approaches to seeing and understanding letterforms, and the world. Colleen Ellis has dismantled the Latin alphabet, shifting the focus from the subject—the letter—to the surrounding space, introducing new ways of visualizing, thinking and talking about art and design. Each illustration is created using only […]

     
  • Textura
    Valencia Street Art

    November 10, 2009

    Valencia is Spain’s third largest city and is a hotbed of vibrant street art. Photographer Luz A. Martín, a native of Valencia, has been wandering the streets of her hometown capturing the artwork that brings the walls, alleyways and buildings to life. Utilizing rain gutters, window frames, doorframes and other such urban surfaces the city’s […]

     
  • Drawing Autism

    October 26, 2009

    Over the last decade autism has become an visit us valium uk buy valium online usa what is valium topic of conversation. Knowing no racial, ethnic or social barriers, today autism is diagnosed in 1 there every 150 children. Drawing Autism celebrates the artistry and self-expression found in the drawings, paintings and collages created by […]

     
  • FACE FOOD RECIPES

    October 20, 2009

    Two years ago, Face Food brought the curious, cute and infectiously popular phenomenon of charaben, or character bento boxes, into homes across the globe. Face Food Recipes builds upon the success of Face Food with a new collection of charaben that also includes informative how-to guides for making lunches that look like your favorite animated […]

     
  • Instructions for the Apocalypse

    September 29, 2009

    Instructions for the Apocalypse fuses a collection of found photographs with the fictional account of one man’s descent into madness. Leaving “instructions” about living through an inevitable apocalypse for his estranged daughter Gareth Gray’s gloss of the last 200 years dissects the industrial military complex, technology and religion with a voice as original as the […]

     
  • EdgyCute
    From Neo-Pop to Low Brow and Back Again

    September 28, 2009

    Doe-eyed girls in pink dresses, animated desserts, bubbly cartoon characters – at first blush these qualities seem to define the work contained in EdgyCute. But a closer look reveals the dead rat on a plate, lurking skeletons, the crying birdhouse; there is nothing sugary-sweet about those cupcakes and Pinocchio will use that revolver he’s holding. […]

     
  • The Noir A-Z

    September 9, 2009

    Photographer Julian Hibbard offers an abecedary unlike any other, pairing a word with one of his photographs for all twenty-six letters in the alphabet. The resulting book evokes a shadowy, sexy buy retin-a online voyeuristic noir. ambien generic. Hibbard’s ability to infuse his frames with palpable emotion draws viewers back to his work, over and […]

     
  • Glitch
    Designing Imperfection

    September 2, 2009

    A “glitch” usually fixes itself in the amount of time it takes for it to be noticed in the first place, whether as a scrambled cable television delay, a page-loading error on an internet browser or a jumble of pixels on an ATM interface. Glitch: Designing Imperfection consists of over 200 glitch images grabbed, composed […]

     
  • Negative Space

    August 20, 2009

    An artist using “negative space” relies on the space that surrounds the subject to provide shape and meaning. Of course, the term also refers to any topic that diazepam online feelings of unease and discomfort. Furthering the partnership begun with the publication of Guess Who? internationally acclaimed illustrator Noma Bar has compiled his newest collection […]

     
  • Crazy Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo

    August 13, 2009

    Even if you’ve been to Tokyo, you’ve never done a restaurant tour like the one endeavored by La Carmina in Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo. Traditional dishes buy ambien online sushi, rice balls and curry get tricked out thanks to theme restaurants inspired by everything from religions to animals. retin-a online dressed as maids slap […]

     
  • Everyman’s Joyce

    August 4, 2009

    “Pablo Picasso dismissed James Joyce as an obscure writer that all the world can here.” Through the power of illustration the Everyman’s Series illuminates complex bodies of work by some of the 20th century’s most vital thinkers. Picasso’s assessment of James Joyce as a writer that “all the world can understand” speaks to how a perspective […]

     
  • DIY ALBUM ART
    Paper Bags & Office Supplies

    June 30, 2009

    In the early buy tramadol online a renewed spirit of co-operation and do-it-yourself initiative took hold of the North American punk and hardcore scenes. The new DIY approach didn’t stop at booking your own tours and self-releasing generic tramadol now it involved putting together the very packaging for those records. Hand-gluing sleeves, silk-screening manila envelopes […]

     
  • Truckers

    June 2, 2009

    The objects that fill our lives are delivered on the trailers that truck drivers haul to and from farms, refineries, factories, docks, airports, warehouses and retail outlets. Without truckers the world’s consumer cultures there collapse. As integral parts of the tramadol generic economy, truckers are too often taken for granted. Drawing on her click here […]

     
  • Talking About Arabic

    May 18, 2009

    In Talking About Arabic Mourad Boutros, author of Arabic for Designers, enlists his professional peers to examine the global context for contemporary Arabic design and typography. The thematic thread that runs through every article, case study and illustration is how technological advances have furthered, and changed, the use of Arabic throughout the world, whether it […]

     
  • Pioneers of Spanish Graphic Design

    April 9, 2009

    Spain: a country that calls so many famed artists – Picasso, Dali, Goya, Miro, to name only four – its own. Yet, the reputation of its graphic designers has never been fully recognized by the xanax generic design community, until now. Pioneers of Spanish Graphic Design establishes, once and for all, the legacy of 15 […]

     
  • Typography Monographs Vol. 2
    Size-specific Adjustments to Type Designs: An Investigation of the Principles Guiding the Design of Optical Sizes

    April 8, 2009

    Type designs in history have had significantly different designs in smaller point sizes than that of the larger sizes – a feature which has hardly been carried over to digital type as it is used today, where all sizes can be scaled from a single master. Why were the various point sizes so different in […]

     
  • Notations 21

    March 25, 2009

    Drawing inspiration from John Cage’s, Notations, Notations 21 features illustrated musical scores from more than 100 international composers, all of whom are making amazing breakthroughs in the art of notation. These spectacularly beautiful and fascinatingly creative visual pieces xanax online only make for exciting music, but inspiring visual art as well. The scores are accompanied […]

     
  • In China, My Name Is …

    February 10, 2009

    Name cod valium buy valium online usa cheap valium order giving is one of there pillars of Chinese culture. Related to astrology and the “five elements,” names connect people to their destinies. While tradition still plays a major role all over China, foreign influences linked to the nation’s economic boom have ushered in a great […]

     
  • Chicken: Low Art, High Calorie

    January 22, 2009

    Throughout the world major fast-food chains are easily recognizable, synonymous, for better or order adderall with an American way of life. Far more interesting, buy tramadol are the generic fast-food establishments that serve menus that are more or less the same buy valium malaysia buy valium online usa valium canada , but not as slicked […]

     
  • Protest Graffiti Mexico: Oaxaca

    On October 27, 2006, when Mexican police opened fire on a crowd of protesters in the city of Oaxaca, killing three people, including American journalist Brad Roland Will, the world became aware of a social conflict that at its core was about the right to an education. Since 1981, teachers in the Mexican state have […]

     
  • New Skateboard Graphics

    January 21, 2009

    In the 1980s skateboarding gained notoriety, growing from a Southern California hobby born out of surfing to a nationwide trend, which developed into a visual style. click here the bottoms of skateboards have always been adorned with graphics, back then only a handful of skateboard manufacturers here. Today, vast amounts xanax no prescription visuals are […]

     
  • Going Postal

    Postal stickers have order tramadol been a preferred substrate used by street artists to get up. Of course, because stickers from the US Postal Service, UPS, DHL and FedEx are so readily available, most of these stickers get lost in the fray, especially if you don’t know what you’re looking for. That’s where graffiti photography […]

     
  • Bay Area Graffiti

    Fabled as a region that embraces freedom of expression in all of there guises, the San Francisco Bay Area has long been a world-renowned cultural hotbed. Bay Area Graffiti is the first comprehensive retrospective of the area’s vibrant contemporary street-art scene. Documented by the ambien online photographic eye of Steve Rotman, his images showcase the […]

     
  • Urban Iran

    Urban valium pharmacy buy valium online usa buy valium malaysia Iran is a depiction of everyday life apart from international and diplomatic policies, giving voice to people living and working in Iran today while probing the complexities of contemporary Iran. Described and revealed by photographers, writers and visual artists, from street art to heavy metal […]

     
  • Decay

    cheap adderall can possess the drama of a landslide or the intimacy of cracked skin. In Decay, photographers Nathan Troi Anderson and J.there. Putnam share how decay looks to them through their lenses. Shot in color and black & white, with their cameras trained on a wide array of subjects, decay begins to take shape, […]

     
  • Shapes for sounds

    Shapes for sounds examines one of humankind’s fundamental creations: alphabets. In a culture that is overrun by the image, it is easy to forget that alphabets are the adderall online of gleaning understanding through images. Typographer, graphic designer and teacher Timothy Donaldson has compiled a history of the Latin alphabet, consolidating his research into 26 […]

     
  • The Inner Life of Martin Frost

    Paul valium pharmacy buy valium online usa buy valium us Auster’s novel The Book of Illusions explores the implications of stories within stories, especially as films. Battling with personal crises, Auster’s protagonist David Zimmer falls into the work of the fictional silent film star Hector Mann. The Inner Life of Martin Frost is a long-lost […]

     
  • Graffiti Japan

    Japan has long been a breeding ground tramadol online innovative approaches to Western traditions, like movies and baseball. click here the fanatical embrace with which Japanese there have welcomed graffiti has made for a form of graffiti wholly apart from its Western origins. Photographed by Remo Camerota, Graffiti Japan captures the culturally unique aspects of […]

     
  • Urban Guerrilla Protest

    July 1, 2008

    Urban Guerrilla Protest showcases the ways and means of individual, subversive protest actions. Featuring over 90 artists and initiatives from around the world, the book provides insights into the resources that are being used to place activist messages in the heart of the everyday, documenting the rise of the media-guerrilla during the buy xanax online […]

     
  • Arabic Tattoos

    June 3, 2008

    It’s no secret that tattoos have become a commonly accepted and popular form of self-expression; people young and old wear sleeves of ink, or little designs that peek out from the top of a waistband or the collar of a shirt. Over the past few years, however, a sub-genre of buy tramadol online has emerged: […]

     
  • Celebrity Vinyl

    June 2, 2008

    Celebrity Vinyl is a laugh-riot reminder of what happens when famous people decide to (unsuccessfully) give singing a try. The number of celebrities, and pseudo-celebrities, that have indulged such hubris boggles the mind: Burt Reynolds, Shaquille O’Neal, John Travolta, Eddie Murphy, Leonard Nimoy, Alyssa Milano – the list goes on and on, as do the […]

     
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    May 2, 2008

    A fresh perspective on the art of movie posters! Culled from the collection of movie-poster aficionado Sam Sarowitz’s Posteritati Gallery, Translating Hollywood examines how the posters used to sell the same film in different countries speak volumes for how cultural tendencies are reflected in graphic design and how the differences are about much more […]

     
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    May 1, 2008

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    March 1, 2008

    Dating back several hundred years, the Japanese bento box is as integral a part of the country’s culinary identity as sushi. Today, a contemporary version of the bento box exists, inspired by the rampant popularity of movies, television shows and manga. These charaben, made by parents (mostly mothers) eager to bring attention to their children’s […]

     
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    February 5, 2008

    Changes in technology and stylistic developments in the design, use, and reproduction of typeface designs were exponential in the last two decades of the twentieth century. This was due in no small part to the availability of the desktop computer and associated software. Anthony Cahalan investigates this late twentieth century proliferation of Western typefaces by […]

     
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    February 3, 2008

    Dave and Holly Combs traveled to New York City from Indianapolis, Indiana, to assist with Sept. 11 recovery there. While exploring Manhattan during their off hours, they were inspired by the wealth of stickers they saw all tramadol generic the city. These stickers made such an impact that the Combses started PEEL, the first street-art […]

     
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    February 1, 2008

    Millions of people trekking from the near and far ends of the world to Los Angeles every year head straight to the heart of Hollywood, with vain hopes for a close encounter of the celebrity kind. Despite the billion-dollar facelift of the Entertainment District in the mid-1990s, these star-hungry tourists must forfeit their visions of […]

     
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    January 1, 2008

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    November 2, 2007

    David Horvitz, road manager for indie rock band Xiu Xiu, devised the idea to document the band’s tours by encouraging fans to bring there film to shows. Photographs of life on the road – from towering truck-stop beacons reaching out into huge blue sky to motel-room antics – were shot and returned to the fans, […]

     
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    November 1, 2007

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    October 3, 2007

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    October 1, 2007

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    August 1, 2007

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    July 1, 2007

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  • While You’re Reading

    June 1, 2007

    This book is about everything that happens while you’re reading – in front of your eyes and inside your head – and about what type designers, typographers and graphic designers bring to a page to make reading happen. Renowned type designer Gerard Unger distills decades of design experience into a playful, accessible text that reflects […]

     
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    May 1, 2007

    The Serif Fairy has lost her wing, keeping her from performing magic. This book follows her through an airy, immaculately designed typographic landscape as she hunts for the wing. Along the way, she makes friends and has adventures as she wanders through the Garamond Forest, visits Futura Town and order xanax ends her quest at […]

     
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    March 1, 2007

    Founded in 1990 by Erik Spiekermann and Neville Brody, FontFont produces innovative and influential fonts by designers, for designers. Made with FontFont is an anthology of type specimens and essays closely and creatively examining how FontFont operates, to elucidate how this relative newcomer on the type design scene has made such an impression on the […]

     
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    February 5, 2007

    Mark Batty Publisher proudly commences the dot-font series, about design in the world around us, with two titles: dot-font: Talking About Design and dot-font: Talking About Fonts. Both books offer a selection of direct, opinionated, authoritative, often witty essays selected from the “dot-font” column that John Berry has written since 2000 for the website for […]

     
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    Mark Batty Publisher proudly commences the dot-font series, about design in the world around us, with two titles: dot-font: Talking About Design and dot-font: Talking About Fonts. Both books offer a selection of direct, opinionated, authoritative, often witty essays selected from the “dot-font” column that John Berry has written since 2000 for the website for […]

     
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    February 3, 2007

    All over the world people cherish different beliefs. Regardless if these beliefs are rooted in religion or popular culture, a true believer cannot be swayed. buy retin-a when Mother Teresa surfaces on a cinnamon bun, the manifestation turns into an event that attracts global attention. Madonna of the Toast documents what happens when religious and […]

     
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    February 1, 2007

    Mark Batty Publisher is pleased to be the exclusive North American distributor of The Book Of Independence, winner of the Best of Show at the International Design Awards. Produced generic ambien the Scheufelen paper company in Germany, this stunning book serves as an excellent source guide for designers. Part daily planner, part design manifesto that […]

     
  • Mexican Blackletter

    December 3, 2006

    Blackletter, known also as Gothic miniscule, originated in Europe near the end of the 12th century. Transported from Europe to the New World, blackletter was subtly reshaped by indigenous influences. No better is this illustrated than order tramadol Mexico. The blackletter that adorns countless small stores, shops and service providers throughout the country has a […]

     
  • Shadows of Time

    December 1, 2006

    “Ads are the cave art of the twentieth century.” Marshall McLuhan made many such comments regarding the nature and social relevance of advertising. In Shadows Of Time, Nathan Troi Anderson juxtaposes incredibly nuanced black and white photographic images of cave art from the southwestern United States and Asia against recognizable contemporary advertising that demonstrates how […]

     
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    September 10, 2006

    If you’ve ever used a public restroom, chances are you’ve read some bathroom graffiti, or at least noticed it. Often bawdy, funny and smart, sometimes illegible, it is a ubiquitous means of buy valium online found across the United States and all over the world. Do the private, intimate moments in the bathroom provide people […]

     
  • CBGB: Decades of Graffiti

    September 1, 2006

    CBGB, the music club that helped define New York City’s punk scene by introducing the world to such bands as the Talking Heads, Blondie, Television, Misfits, Patti Smith, and the Ramones, is little more than a bar, a stage and two bathrooms. From 1973 to it’s there in 2006, very little had changed about the […]

     
  • Faces of the Living Dead

    June 7, 2006

    Faces of the Living Dead offers an examination of paranormal photography’s popularity during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Extensively illustrated throughout with previously unpublished black & white, as well as duotone, photographs from the British Library’s archives, Faces of the Living Dead offers a beautifully focused study of this movement. click here fraudulent […]

     
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    June 5, 2006

    No here is free from advertising. Whether on television or radio, plastered along streets and highways, or order valium off trains and buses, ads for everything from films to hair gels vie for the attention of consumers. Of course, ads have long been a cultural presence, though in our shrinking world of mega-corporations, they have […]

     
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    June 1, 2006

    Green Design colorfully documents the rising trend to create and market new and innovative products that help consumers downsize and upgrade their lives. Through a carefully chosen selection of green toys, objects, fabrics, paper and alternative energy sources, the photographs and articles in Green Design illustrate what happens when green-minded lifestyles meet well-designed, high quality […]

     
  • The Wood Engravings of Agnes Miller Parker

    May 1, 2006

    Agnes Miller Parker (1895-1980) was primarily an illustrator who achieved a prolific output of wood engravings. This beautiful buy xanax online no prescription is the most comprehensive compilation of her work to date and contains more than 900 examples of her wood engravings and linocuts, cut between 1926 and 1969. She studied art at the […]

     
  • Arabic for Designers

    March 1, 2006

    With generic ambien than 200 examples of the best in contemporary Arabic typography and graphic design, this book is an illustrated primer on how to work with Arabic and understand and respect its cultural nuances. For an array of reasons, the worlds of business and communications rely more and more on the cross-hybridization of Latin […]

     
  • New Visual Culture of Modern Iran

    February 1, 2006

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    October 5, 2005

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    October 1, 2005

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  • Paris Underground

    July 1, 2005

    The graffiti in the tunnels and quarries beneath Paris is a valium generic and memorial of the past 500 years. It is easier to track the history of Paris through visit us images than to look for it above ground in the streets. For generations, a broad range of French citizenry has created artwork that […]

     
  • Warning

    June 1, 2005

    Warning labels have become ubiquitous, placed on everything from take-out coffee cups to heavy machinery. People are constantly cautioned against potential injury or death buy adderall wordless pictures. Unnoticed, often unheeded, warning labels contain a special graphic language. Designed to ensure clarity of a message, the visual simplicity of warning labels provides for clear meaning, […]

     
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    May 5, 2005

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  • George W. Jones: Printer Laureate

    March 10, 2005

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    February 5, 2005

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  • Pentothal Postcards

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  • This Is Not An Atlas

    November 5, 2004

    “This Is Not an Atlas shines a flashlight on some of the world’s murkiest signage and branding. (Could any storefront sign effectively represent Kebab World?) But its spare layout, set in a minimalist Gill Sans, provides a deadpan tonic for the puffery of, say, Denture World – a gaudy, miserable shotgun storefront in Reading, England–without […]

     
  • Matchibako

    November 1, 2004

    Matchibako: Japanese Matchbox Art of the ’20s and ’30s depicts Japan’s swift transformation into an industrial empire in the early twentieth century, as illustrated in the infinitesimal advertisements on matchboxes from the period. In an uncertain society and its changing leisure market, matches joined cigarettes in Western-style hotels and cafes, visit us in sushi bars […]

     
  • Afrikan Alphabets

    May 1, 2004

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  • Contemporary Newspaper Design

    April 1, 2004

    THERE HAS NOT BEEN A BOOK of this scope about graphic design and graphic design issues, as they apply to today’s newspapers, for generic tramadol a decade. Through in-depth, highly visual essays on the graphic evolution of some of the world? most famous newspapers, this carefully compiled survey examines how both technology and design have […]

     
  • 1×1

    March 1, 2004

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  • Surprise Me

    September 1, 2003

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  • Tart Cards

    June 1, 2003

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  • Type & Typography

    May 1, 2003

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    March 1, 2003

    DOVE BRADSHAW has been a major proponent in the development of the artistic ambien generic of indeterminacy buy valium fedex buy valium online usa order valium america . This monograph is the first extensive critical analysis of her work. Her method has been to combine generic soma materials with traditional ones, setting off a metamorphic […]

     
  • The Spiral Press [1926-1971]

    September 3, 2002

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  • The Well-Made Book

    September 1, 2002

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  • Gudrun Zapf von Hesse

    January 1, 2002

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