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A Final Companion To Books From The Simpsonsis toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
French graphic designer Olivier Lebrun follows on his previous publications documenting the books that appear in the popular cartoon television series with this anthology of more than 330 images and titles. All have been captured with a black-and-white an
Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Trainis toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
On June 8, 1968, amidst a year wracked by division and violence, the casket of assassinated Senator and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was transported on a funeral train from New York City to Washington, DC.
Logos From Japanis toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
'Logos from Japan' contains a selection of symbols and logos from this beguiling country. The logos have been carefully selected by Counter-Print to help convey the richness, variety and vitality of Japan's graphic landscape.
From Scandinaviais toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
'From Scandinavia' is the latest book published by Counter-Print and is a celebration of graphic design from this area.The book is a collection of work from some of the most talented agencies in Scandinavia such as Snask, Stockholm Design Lab, Bielke & Ya
Book of Denim 2is toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
Denim is considered by many to be a mythical fabric, one of the few types of cloth that becomes only more beautiful with age, and with a symbolism that appeals to people across every class and culture.
MacGuffin #6 The Ballis toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
MacGuffin Nº 6 is dedicated to the perfectly shaped object that is the dream of every visionary architect, but a source of great distress to the unsporty among us: the ball.
I want it to be Soft - the journey of Bas Kostersis toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
Bas Kosters staat bekend als Nederlands meest uitgesproken ontwerper. Als geen ander in de Nederlandse modewereld stelt hij maatschappelijke en sociale kwesties aan de kaak.
Erik Kessels: Shitis toegevoegd aan uw winkelwagen
There is no dignity in war, no modesty either. Erik Kessels exposes a particularly shitty aspect of war, one that is usually left out of the history books. Despite the horror and chaos of conflict some aspects of daily life continue, even on the battlefie