Fans of our Listography journals (over 120,000 copies sold) have told us how much they enjoy sharing and creating lists with their friends. So, here it is: Friends Listography the perfect journal for parties, school or the office! With list topics that range from the ever-popular (favorite movies) to the unexpected (predict your friend's fortune cookie), each page is organized for maximum friend-making, team-building, and list-making fun.
It's the sub-title - How Illustrators are ''Made'' - that gives the key to this unique book. The plates here are so beautiful that the book stands on its own for aficionados of cutting-edge illustration. But we've never seen a text like this, a collection of essays and dialogs teaching the art of illustration from the faculty of the esteemed Lucern School of Art & Design in Switzerland.
In a lifetime of work with farmers around the world, George Chan, the father of integrated farming, has been searching for a formula that would transform "waste into wealth". He brought together their ancient knowledge with new technologies and elaborated a theory based on circularity and sustainable recycling where farming can exist with zero input and zero emissions-the Integrated Farming and Waste Management System.
In 1988, Gerhard Richter created one of the most controversial and fascinating political painting-cycles of all time, with his Baader-Meinhof series. In 2002, he returned to the theme of media and political truth with his artist's book War Cut.
For almost a decade, Graham Parker has been making art from and about spam e-mails. Fair Use presents his ''notes from spam'' - five books, each written about a different time and place, collecting essays, artworks and fragments that arrived, unbidden, in the artist's Inbox.
Green Patriot Posters Bierut, Friedman et al
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This book brings together the strongest contemporary graphic design currently promoting sustainability and the fight against climate change. Collectively, essays by Michael Bierut, Steven Heller, Edward Morris and Dmitri Siegel look back in time to posters and ideas that set the stage for the current movement (World War Two posters, images of international cooperation, posters from the environmental movement in the 1960s and 1970s) and address the state of the poster: what is the efficacy and mode of distribution for purposeful, message-oriented graphic images today?