For many people the greatest artist, and the quintessential Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci was a painter, architect, theatre designer, engineer, sculptor, anatomist, geometer, naturalist, poet and musician.
While certain photographs have become world-famous images indelibly printed on the cultural consciousness, the stories on the other side of the lens have been all too often distorted, obfuscated or overlooked. This book focuses on the lives and backgrounds of nearly forty great photographers, and also sheds light on their work.
Soft meadows, birdsong, the brilliant blue of an open sky: Soak up all the restorative wonders of the countryside with this gorgeous collection of rural retreats across Europe. From a cottage in Kilkenny, Ireland, to a rolling estate in the Tuscan hills, 400 pages of photographs, details, and descriptions offer a wealth of interior ideas and a...
This sweeping compendium gathers diverse brand markers from around the world to explore the irrepressible power of graphic representation. Organized into chapters by theme, the catalog explores how text, image, and ideas distil into a logo across events, fashion, media, music, and retailers.
Provides graphic designers with an indispensable reference source for logo design. This title includes the work of past masters, such as Paul Rand and Saul Bass, alongside some of the most exciting work from contemporary and emerging designers.