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History of pictures worth reading

History of pictures worth reading

Richard Hollis

Benoît Buquet, a teacher of the theory and history of contemporary art, sees no…
 
Living, breathing picturebooks

Living, breathing picturebooks

Clare Walters

Starting from 1910 and ending in 2014, this large-format book shows illustrations…
 
A Dutch battle that still rattles

A Dutch battle that still rattles

Adrian Shaughnessy

Fiery debates on the ethical, political and cultural ramifications of graphic design…
 
Love songs for Piano

Love songs for Piano

Steven Heller

In her photographs and brief text for Office Romance (Aperture, $29.95, £19.95…
 
Concrete canvas

Concrete canvas

Martin Colyer

When a Banksy original turns up (usually prised off a wall) and sells for £300,000…
 
Elegantly nerdish

Elegantly nerdish

Robert Hanks

Cuneiform (the name means ‘wedge-shaped’) was, as far as these things can be…
 
A Roman legacy

A Roman legacy

James Clough

The Eternal Letter is the first in a series of books dedicated to letterforms to grow…
 
Master of the minimal

Master of the minimal

Michael Evamy

When did logos begin? The wordmarks and symbols of Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s…
 
California is a state of mind

California is a state of mind

Abbott Miller

Rendered, on the cover of Metropolis’s American edition, in iridescent foil and set…
 
Learning from Ladybird

Learning from Ladybird

Clare Walters

For any member of the generations who grew up with Ladybird Books, the mini-hardback…
 
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