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151. Benjamin, Walter.
Illuminations. - Frankfurt am Main : Pimlico, 2004.
The literary-philosophical works of Walter Benjamin (1892-1940) rank among the most quietly influential of the post-war era, though only since his death has Benjamin achieved the fame and critical currency outside his native Germany accorded him by a select few during his lifetime. Now he is widely held to have possessed one of the most acute and original minds of the Central European culture decimated by the Nazis.
152. O'Doherty, Brian.
Inside the White Cube: the Ideology of the Gallery Space. - London : University of California Press, 1999.
When these essays first appeared in Artforum in 1976, their impact was immediate. They were discussed, annotated, cited, collected, and translated—the three issues of Artforum in which they appeared have become nearly impossible to obtain. Having Brian O'Doherty's provocative essays available again is a signal event for the art world.
153. Jones, Amelia.
The Artist's Body. - London : Phaidon Inc Ltd, 2012.
Subject and object of artists' work, the artist's body represents the state of contemporary art and makes a wider comment on the human condition. Bound or beaten, naked or painted, still or spasmodic: the artist lives his or her art publicly in performance or privately in video and photography.
154. Batchen, Geoffrey.
Burning with Desire: Conception of Photography. - USA : MIT Press, 1999.
In this book, Geoffrey Batchen analyzes the desire to photograph as it emerged within the philosophical and scientific milieus that preceded the actual invention of photography. Recent accounts of photography's identity tend to divide between the postmodern view that all identity is determined by context and a formalist effort to define the fundamental characteristics of photography as a medium.
155. Barker, Emma.
The Changing Status of the Artist. – USA: Yale University Press, 1999.
This volume on the changing status of the artist in the early modern period draws on case studies to explore and question the notion that the later 15th and 16th centuries witnessed the emergence of the modern idea of the artist.
156. Robinson, Hilary.
Feminism-Art-Theory: An Anthology 1968-2000. - UK : Blackwell Publishers, 2001.
Charting over 30 years of debate on the significance of gender in the making and understanding of art, this anthology gathers together 99 representative texts from North America, Europe and Australasia.
157. Bourriaud, Nicolas.
Postproduction: Culture as Screenplay: How Art Reprograms the World. - New York : Lukas & Sternberg, 2000.
The author discusses how, since the early nineties, an ever increasing number of artworks have been created on the basis of preexisting works; more and more artists interpret, reproduce, re-exhibit, or use works made by others or available cultural products.
158. King, Catherine.
Views of Difference: different views of art. - New Haven : Yale University Press, 1999.
Using a series of case studies, this work looks at ways in which European colonizers interpreted the arts of the people they colonized, as well as the ways in which they have tended to view art produced by the colonized and their descendants in post-colonial times.
159. Frascina, Francis.
Art in modern culture: an anthology of critical texts. - New York : Phaidon Press, 1992.
The traditional discipline of art history has been expanded and challenged by new insights and alternative perspectives, resulting in a series of wide-ranging debates on the status of art and its role in culture and history. This reader for the Open University's course, 'Modern Art: Practices and Debates', presents a radical selection of key texts reflecting the intense debates on art and its social role influenced by feminism, Marxism, social and literary theory, linguistics and anthropology.
160. Jones, Amelia.
Body art: performing the subject. - Minneapolis; London : University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
"With great originality and scholarship, Amelia Jones maps out an extraordinary history of body art over the last three decades and embeds it in the theoretical terrain of postmoderism. The result is a wonderful and permissive space in which the viewer...can wander"...-Moira Roth, Trefethen professor of art history, Mills College.
161. Aguirre, Peio.
Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting. - London : Phaidon Press, 2011.
The first volume of Vitamin P, published in 2002, inaugurated a vibrant period for painting. Since its publication, a whole new generation of painters has emerged, some inspired by the artists who appeared in that book, others taking cues from new sources. Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting introduces this new wave of painters to the world.
162. Lois, George.
Damn Good Advice: how to unleash your creative potential by America's master communicator. - London; New York : Phaidon Press Ltd, 2012.
Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!) is a look into the mind of one of America's most legendary creative thinkers, George Lois. Offering indispensle lessons, practical advice, facts, anecdotes and inspiration, this book is a timeless creative bible for all those looking to succeed in life, business and creativity.
163. Harvey, Wilson.
1000 Type Treatments: from script to serif, letterforms used to perfection. - London; New York : Rockport Publishers, 2008.
The ability to wield typography is one of those things that is a clear indication of a talented designer. Being able to craft type well and thoughtfully takes a deep understanding of the inherent complexities and a keen eye for the minute and subtle details. This book contains a collection of 1,000 instances of thoughtful type usage along with credits that note what fonts were used in the design. Like its predecessor, 1,000 Graphic Elements, the photography in this book focuses in on the typography so readers can get an up-close look at the work.
164. Braun, Markus.
Atlas of World Interior Design. - London : Thames and Hudson , 2010.
This compedium is a detailed and comprehensive portrayal of the best and newest interior projects from accross the globe. From the pragmatism of North America and the minimalism of Northern Europe to the regionalism of Asian design and lavish Mediterranean interiors, a global diversity of styles are on show.
165. Murray, Janet H.
Inventing the Medium: principles of interaction design as a cultural practice. - London; Cambridge : MIT Press Ltd, 2012.
Digital artifacts from iPads to databases pervade our lives, and the design decisions that shape them affect how we think, act, communicate, and understand the world. But the pace of change has been so rapid that technical innovation is outstripping design. Interactors are often mystified and frustrated by their enticing but confusing new devices; meanwhile, product design teams struggle to articulate shared and enduring design goals. With Inventing the Medium, Janet Murray provides a unified vocabulary and a common methodology for the design of digital objects and environments.
166. Roitfeld, Carine.
Carine Roitfeld: irreverent Roitfeld. - New York : Rizzoli International Publications, Incorporated, 2011.
Karl Lagerfeld once said that if you close your eyes and imagine the ideal French woman, it would be Carine Roitfeld. She is a fashion visionary and a muse. Since the start of her career in the early 1990s, through her collaborations with the legendary photographer Mario Testino, Roitfeld has been credited with launching Tom Ford's career at Gucci, as well as turning French Vogue into one of the industry's most worshipped magazines.
167. Sibbet, David.
Visual Teams: graphic tools for commitment, innovation & high performance. - New Jersey : John Wiley&Sons, 2011.
Visual Teams uses visual tools and methods to help teams—both face-to-face and virtual—reach high performance in today's work environment. As teams become more and more global and distributed, visualization provides an important channel of communication—one that opens up the group's mind to improving work systems and processes by understanding relationships, interconnections, and big picture contexts.
168. Sibbet, David.
Visual Meetings: how graphics, sticky notes & idea mapping can transform group productivity. - New Jersey : John Wiley&Sons, 2010.
Visual Meetings explains how anyone can implement powerful visual tools, and how these tools are being used in Silicon Valley and elsewhere to facilitate both face-to-face and virtual group work. This dynamic and richly illustrated resource gives meeting leaders, presenters, and consultants a slew of exciting tricks and tools.
169. Sibbet, David.
Visual Leaders: new tools for visioning, management & organization change. - New Jersey : John Wiley&Sons, 2012.
170. Herriott, Luke.
1000 Restaurant, Bar & Cafe Graphics: from signage to logos and everything in between. - Gloucester : Rockport Publishers Inc., 2007.
Restaurants, bars, and cafés are some of the most competitive businesses in the world. Getting the marketing and branding right is essential for survival. This book provides a catalog of creative ideas for getting restaurant graphics right. It offers designers hundreds of inspiring and innovative graphic options for identity, signage, installations, promotions, swag, menus, and more.
171. Doorley, Scott.
Make Space: how to set the stage for creative collaboration. - Stanford : John Wiley&Sons, 2012.
Based on the work at the Stanford University d.school and its Environments Collaborative Initiative, Make Space is a tool that shows how space can be intentionally manipulated to ignite creativity. Appropriate for designers charged with creating new spaces or anyone interested in revamping an existing space, this guide offers novel and non-obvious strategies for changing surroundings specifically to enhance the ways in which teams and individuals communicate, work, play--and innovate.
172. Gauntlett, David.
Creative Explorations: new approaches to identities and audiences. - London; New York : Routledge, 2007.
David Gauntlett explores the ways in which researchers can embrace people's everyday creativity in order to understand social experience. Seeking an alternative to traditional interviews and focus groups, he outlines studies in which people have been asked to make visual things – such as video, collage, and drawing – and then interpret them. This leads to an innovative project in which Gauntlett asked people to build metaphorical models of their identities in Lego. This creative reflective method provides insights into how individuals present themselves, understand their own life story, and connect with the social world.
173. Rohde, Mike.
The Sketchnote Handbook. - San Francisco : Peachpit Press Publications, 2012.
This gorgeous, fully illustrated handbook tells the story of sketchnotes--why and how you can use them to capture your thinking visually, remember key information more clearly, and share what you've captured with others. Author Mike Rohde shows you how to incorporate sketchnoting techniques into your note-taking process--regardless of your artistic abilities--to help you better process the information that you are hearing and seeing through drawing, and to actually have fun taking notes.
174. Kaner, Sam
Facilitator's guide to participatory decision-making. - San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2007.
Completely revised and updated, the second edition is loaded with new tools and techniques. Two powerful new chapters on agenda design, A full section devoted to reaching closure, More than twice as many tools for handling difficult dynamics, 70 brand-new pages and over 100 pages significantly improved.
175. Heller, Steven
The anatomy of design. – Gloucester, Rockport, 2007.
Anatomy of Design dissects fifty examples of graphic design piece by piece, revealing an array of influences and inspirations. These pieces represent contemporary artifacts that are well conceived, finely crafted, and filled with hidden treasures. Some are overtly complex. Others are so simple that it is hard to believe there’s a storehouse of inspiration hidden underneath. The selections include all kinds of design work including posters, packages, and more.
176. Gesimondo, Nancy
Materiality and interior construction. - Hoboken, N.J, John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
Materiality and Interior Construction imparts essential knowledge on how materials contribute to the construction and fabrication of floors, partitions, ceilings, and millwork, with thorough coverage of the important characteristics and properties of building materials and finishes. Individual coverage of the key characteristics of each material explores the advantages and disadvantages of using specific materials and construction assemblies, while helping readers discover how to make every building element count.
177. 1000 retail graphics: from signage to logos and everything in-store.
Gloucester, Rockport, 2007.
This book will provide a wealth of graphic design inspiration from a variety of retail businesses, offering designers, retail marketers, and business owners a vast collection of innovative options. Like the other books in Rockport's 1,000 series, the pages will pop with ideas for promotions, signage, tags, advertisements, flyers, bags, logos, and ad premiums such as novelties, giveaways, and more.
178. Eldridge, Kiki.
1000 bags, tags & labels: distinctive designs for every industry. – Gloucester, Rockport, 2006.
Finally, here is a book in which you can find 1,000 examples of brilliant bags, tags, and labels. Fresh ideas from a variety of industries are offered in a format that is as easy to read as any catalog. This book gives you the information you need to know in a quick-hit format, allowing the visuals to speak for themselves.
179. King, Peter.
1000 greetings: creative correspondence designed for all occasions. - Gloucester, Rockport, 2004.
All designers and design firms, whether in-house or freelance, create their own greeting cards which serve not only as a greeting card, but as an opportunity to show off their work in a totally unique and uninhibited light. In addition, they are the perfect project because they are small enough so they are not incredibly time consuming nor are they very expensive to produce -- even with unique materials or treatments.
180. Spencer, Scott.
ZBrush digital sculpting human anatomy. – Indianapolis, Wiley Pub, 2010
Taking into account that many of today's digital artists -- particularly 3D character animators -- lack foundational artistic instruction, this book teaches anatomy in a coherent and succinct style. A clear writing style explains how to sculpt an accurate human figure, starting with the skeleton and working out to muscle, fat, and skin. Insightful explanations enable you to quickly and easily create and design characters that can be used in film, game, or print, and allows you to gain a strong understanding of the foundational artistic concepts.
181. Grimley, Chris.
Color, space, and style: all the details interior designers need to know but can never find. - Beverly, Mass.: Rockport Publishers, 2007.
A comprehensive handbook of all the crucial information interior designers need to know on a daily basis. In the world of interior design, thousands of bits of crucial information are scattered across a wide array of sources. Color, Space, and Style collects the information essential to planning and executing interiors projects of all shapes and sizes, and distills it in a format that is as easy to use as it is to carry.
182. Maurer, Terri L.
Interior design in practice: case studies of successful business models. - Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Son, 2010.
Whether you hope to own your own company, grow your company, or rise high in the managerial ranks of a larger practice, you must have a tight grasp of business basics in order to succeed as an interior designer. Interior Design in Practice provides the vital business education an interior designer needs. It describes in detail how to plan and launch an interior design business, and how to grow that business towards success.
183. Anderson, Robert.
Fifty bags that changed the world. - London : Conran Octopus, 2011
Fifty Bags That Changed the World focuses on one of the essential accessories that power the fashion world today - the handbag. From the original 1860 attaché case to Matthew Williamson's 2010 Pucci Bean clutch, the book explores the top 50 handbags and backpacks, examining each one's iconic status in design history.
184. Mitton, Maureen.
Interior design. Visual presentation: a guide to graphics, models, and presentation technique. - New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
From doing a quick sketch to producing a fully rendered model, the ability to create visual representations of designs is a critical skill for every designer. Interior Design Visual Presentation, Fourth Edition offers thorough coverage of interior design communication used throughout the design process, complete with a broad range of real-world examples.
185. Cullen, Cheryl Dangel.
Graphic design that works: secrets for successful logo, magazine, brochure, promotion, and identity design. - Gloucester, Mass.: Rockport Pub, 2006.
Graphic Design That Works looks at examples of logos, identities, promotions, brochures, and magazine design that have proven, successful track records. Quick-hit copy explores these designs from early conceptual stages to initial drafts and final execution, so whether you're a seasoned designer or a newcomer to the field, you can understand how and why the design came to be.
186. Grandori, Anna.
Organization and economic behavior. - London : Routledge, 2000.
Organization and Economic Behaviour presents all the basic elements of organizational theory and behaviour. Different approaches are analysed, with a strong focus on reintegrating sociological, psychological and economic contributions to the subject.
187. Sommers, Corey.
Whiteboard Selling: empowering sales through visuals. - New Jersey : Wiley & Sons, 2013.
Whiteboard Selling offers a step-by-step approach to transforming your message and selling style by using powerful visual stories that inspire and engage customers and prospects. Free your sales force from relying on slides and other static sales tools during the sales process.
188. Binggeli, Corky.
Building systems for interior designers. - Hoboken, N.J. ; [Great Britain]: John Wiley & Sons, 2010.
As integral members of the building design team, interior designers share an increasingly complex and crucial role. Now revised in its second edition, Building Systems for Interior Designers remains the one go-to resource that addresses the special concerns of the interior designer within the broader context of the rest of the building design team.
189. Williams, Robin.
The Non-Designer's Design Book: design and typographic principles for the visual novice. - San Francisco : Peachpit Press, 2008.
In The Non-Designer's Design Book, 3rd Editio n, Robin turns her attention to the basic principles that govern good design. Readers who follow her clearly explained concepts will produce more sophisticated and professional pages immediately.
190. Araki, Nobuyoshi.
Araki: Nobuyoshi Araki: self, life, death. - London: Phaidon, 2011.
Nobuyoshi Araki is arguably Japan's greatest living photographer, and certainly its most controversial. The more than 300 books he has published over the last four decades attest to his inexhaustible creative energy, while his work, which often challenges social taboos surrounding sex and death, has drawn critical attention both at home and abroad. This new abridged edition of Phaidon's highly acclaimed Self, Life, Death, includes the finest and most iconic images from throughout Araki's career, all presented in a beautiful, expanded format that allows the pictures room to breathe.
191. Alonso, Rodrigo.
Vitamin Ph: New Perspectives in Photography. - United Kingdom : Phaidon Press Ltd, 2009.
Now available in paperback, Vitamin Ph is a global, up-to-the-minute survey of new developments in contemporary photography, featuring the work of 121 living photographers who have made a fresh and innovative contribution to international art photography. Texts by significant critics, curators, art historians and creative writers representing a wide variety of perspectives comprise a book that is both a reference for the art world and an accessible guide for those with an interest in photography.
192. Gaboury, Paul.
ZBrush: professional tips + techniques. - United States : John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2012.
ZBrush is used by top artists in Hollywood to model and sculpt characters in such films as Avatar, Iron Man, and Pirates of the Caribbean. In addition, this amazing technology is also used in jewelry design, forensic science, aerospace, video games, toy creation, and the medical field. Written by Pixologic's in-house ZBrush expert Paul Gaboury, this full-color, beautifully illustrated guide provides you with the ultimate tips and tricks to maximize your use of all versions of ZBrush.
193. Meggs: making graphic design history. - New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2008.
Meggs: Making Graphic Design History is at once a retrospective of Phil Megg's achievements as a historian, educator, and artist in his own right, a deserved tribute to his lasting influence on the graphic arts, and a loving memoriam written by family, friends, and colleagues who were lucky enough to have known him.
194. Kunz, Willi.
Typography: formation + transformation. - Sulgen, Switzerland: Niggli, 2011; New York, NY: Willi Kunz Books [distributor], 2003.
A thorough understanding of how letters, words, lines, paragraphs and columns are formed, what makes them unique as design elements, and how they express character and emotion are the most essential tools in the designer's repertoire.
195. Hofmann, Armin.
Graphic design manual: principles. - London : Academy Editions, 2011 ; Heiden : Arthur Niggli.
This newly revised book was first published in 1965. Elements of image and form are analysed and examined with regard to their inherent laws. The lessons of methodical design are used today in computer monitor design as well. The desktop publishing technique requires very clear conceptual and methodical working processes. This book, which is divided into computer-system-friendly sections, will thus serve this new circle of users as a valuable introduction.
196. Hitchcock, Barbara.
The Polaroid Book: selection from the polaroid collections of photography. - Los Angeles : Taschen, 2008.
This survey features more than 400 works from the Polaroid Collection along with essays by Hitchcock, who illuminates the beginnings and history of the Polaroid Corporation.
197. Кейнер, Сэм.
Руководство фасилитатора: Как привести группу к принятию совместного решения. - Москва: Издательство Дмитрия Лазарева, 2014.
Как наилучшим образом организовать процесс группового обсуждения принимаемых решений? Для этого вам нужен фасилитатор - специально обученный человек, который помогает группе думать наилучшим образом.
"Руководство фасилитатора" выдержала более 20 переизданий, став бестселлером в США и Канаде. Одна из лучших в мире книг для консультантов и тренеров, которые хотят научиться применять фасилитационные подходы на практике.
198. Гейл, Колин.
Мода и текстиль: рождение новых тенденций. - Минск : Гревцов Паблишер, 2009.
В книге описан процесс создания современных материалов, который осуществляется под воздействием многих факторов: спроса, развития передовых технологий, а также процесс выбора тканей дизайнерами для коллекций одежды.
Авторы приводят многочисленные примеры, основанные на опыте различных участников отрасли дизайнеров, продавцов и производителей.Книга откроет для специалистов бизнеса моды и текстильной промышленности новые тенденции развития отрасли и поможет узнать, что ждут потенциальные клиенты от их союза.
199. Розенцвейг, Фил.
Эффект ореола: и другие восемь иллюзий вводящие менеджеров в заблуждение. - Санкт-Петербург : BestBusinessBooks, 2007.
Розенцвейг утверждает, что наиболее популярные идеи в бизнесе не что иное, как успокоительные банальности, обещающие обеспокоенным менеджерам быстрый успех. Эти "бизнес иллюзии": общепринятые и глубоко укоренившиеся убеждения являются результатом "эффекта ореола", или, говоря иначе, нашей потребности приписывать исключительно положительные качества любой компании, достигшей успеха. Вера в эти иллюзии служит менеджерам успокоением, помогающим обосновать решения, а также позволяет значительно упрощать реальность и игнорировать постоянные требования меняющихся технологий, рынков, и потребителей.
200. Хайнс, Тони.
Маркетинг в индустрии моды: комплексное исследование для специалистов отрасли. - Минск: Гревцов Букс, 2011.
В книге рассматривается весь комплекс маркетинговых инструментов в сфере fashion-бизнеса с точки зрения практического применения для оптимизации работы как производителей, так и предприятий розничной торговли в индустрии моды.
Уникальное исследование Тони Хайнса и Маргарет Брюс познакомит читателей с динамикой развития отрасли и результатами влияния рынка на модные бренды.
201. Patnaik, Dev.
Wired to Care: how companies prosper when they create widespread empathy. - San Mateo, California: FT Press, 2009.
In this essential and illuminating book, top business strategist Dev Patnaik tells the story of how organizations of all kinds prosper when they tap into a power each of us already has: empathy, the ability to reach outside of ourselves and connect with other people
202. Кумар, Нирмалия.
Маркетинг как стратегия: роль генерального директора в интенсивном развитии компании и внедрении инноваций. - Москва: Претекст, 2008.
Переход мировых компаний к корпоративному маркетингу, по мнению автора книги, требует осуществления ими основных преобразований в этой области. Эти преобразования, подробно рассмотренные в настоящей книге, особенно актуальны для российских компаний, которым они помогут разработать конкурентные стратегии.
203. Маклюэн, Маршалл.
Галактика Гутенберга: становление человека печатающего. - Москва: Академический Проект, 2013.
"Галактика Гутенберга" - легендарная работа знаменитого "пророка из Торонто", в которой он, прибегая к мозаичному, чресполосному подходу к современной цивилизации, утверждает, что решающим фактором процесса формирования конкретной социально-экономической системы, а по сути дела, двигателем исторического прогресса выступает смена технологий, влекущая за собой смену способа коммуникации.
204. Желязны, Джин.
Бизнес-презентация: руководство по подготовке и проведению. - Москва: Институт комплексных стратегических исследований, 2010.
Книга "Бизнес-презентация" предлагает практические подсказки и советы, которые помогут вам ответить на многие вопросы: начиная от того, как выбрать подходящую интонацию, до того, как наиболее убедительно представить слушателям ваши выводы. Джин Желязны наряду с отдельными приемами подготовки презентаций рассматривает общие вопросы и идеи, лежащие в основе успешных презентаций.
205. Ямпольский, Михаил.
Наблюдатель: очерки истории видения. - Санкт-Петербург : ООО "Мастерская СЕАНС", 2012 ; ООО "Порядок слов", 2012.
Книга Михаила Ямпольского "Наблюдатель. Очерки истории видения" представляет собой концептуальное исследование визуальной культуры от эпохи романтизма до начала прошлого века. Впервые она была издана более 10 лет и с тех пор стала почти что классикой российской visual culture - дисциплины, совмещающей в себе искусствоведческий, культурологический и философский подходы.
206. Williams, Robin.
The Non-Designer's Design & Type Book: design and typographic principles for the visual novice. - Berkeley: Peachpit Press, 2008.
This book offers decades of experience from one of the greatest computer book authors. Here in one volume, Robin Williams has joined together a new edition of her classic The Non-Designer’s Design Book—in glorious full color for the first time—and her best-selling The Non-Designer’s Type Book.
207. Дашкевич, Л. М.
Портной верхней мужской одежды. - Ростов-на-Дону: Феникс, 2005.
В пособии представлены традиционные способы обработки мужской одежды с учетом новых технологий, таких как применение метода термофиксации при обработке пиджака и другие. Основной акцент перенесен на технологическую последовательность обработки узлов изделия, весь материал хорошо проиллюстрирован.
208. Кириллова, Наталья.
Медиакультура: от модерна к постмодерну. – Москва: Академический Проект, 2006.
Медиакультура - явление сложное, неоднозначное. Автор дает возможность убедиться в этом, рассматривая его в исторической репрезентации и как знаковую систему, как феномен эпохи Модерна и в контексте мифотворчества XX века. Трансформация медиапространства и информационные «вызовы» постмодернистской цивилизации ставят человечество перед дилеммой поисков новой идентичности.
209. Арнхейм, Рудольф.
Искусство и визуальное восприятие. - Москва : Архитектура-С, 2012.
Эта книга, переведенная на русский язык в 1960 году, является итогом многолетнего педагогического опыта автора.
В ней широко используются эмпирические данные: психологические эксперименты, достижения физиологии, психологии и педагогики.
Приводится большое количество рисунков, схем, диаграмм и т.д. Все это придает книге фундаментальность и фактологичность, поэтому этот труд до сих пор остается одним из основных исследований в области психологии искусства.
210. Бард, Александр.
Netократия: новая правящая элита и жизнь после капитализма. - Санкт-Петербург: Стокгольмская школа экономики в Санкт-Петербурге, 2004.
"Netoкратия" - единственный в своем роде труд, смело разрушающий границы академических наук, сводя в единое целое философию, социологию, историю, экономику, бизнес и теорию управления. Это воистину первая книга, столь глубоко исследующая революционные проявления продолжающихся перемен в сфере информационных технологий - в экономике, политике, культуре и средствах массовой коммуникации.
211. Сибрук, Джон.
Nobrow: Культура маркетинга. Маркетинг культуры. - Москва: ООО "Ад Марингем Пресс", 2013.
Как изменился культурный ландшафт после появления глобального супермаркета? Что произошло с современным искусством после Энди Уорхола, с поп-музыкой - после Нирваны и MTV, с кино - после "Звездных войн"? И так ли важны сегодня, когда лейбл на вашей майке ценнее ее фасона, старые понятия вкуса и стиля? Ответы на эти вопросы предлагает в своей книге Джон Сибрук, колумнист журнала New Yorker, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Village Voice.
212. Williams, Robin.
Design Workshop: second edition. - Berkeley : Peachpit Press, 2007.
Robin Williams introduced design and typographic principles to legions of readers with her best-selling Non-Designer's book series. Now she and designer/co-author John Tollett take you to the next level of creative design with practical advice and lessons in composition, visual impact, and design challenges.
213. Entwistle, Jill.
Detail in Contemporary Lighting Design. - London : Laurence King Publishing, 2012.
Lighting is a key feature of almost all interiors but it is often treated in a rather superficial manner in most books. This volume features more than 40 recent international projects where the lighting is the defining design feature. Each project includes detailed plans, diagrams, sketches, and CAD visuals to demonstrate the lighting techniques involved.
214. Rogers, Scott.
Level Up. - Chichester : Wiley&Sons, 2010.
If you want to design and build cutting-edge video games but aren’t sure where to start, then this is the book for you. Written by leading video game expert Scott Rogers, who has designed the hits Pac Man World, Maxim vs. Army of Zin, and SpongeBob Squarepants, this book is full of Rogers's wit and imaginative style that demonstrates everything you need to know about designing great video games.
215. Dawtry, Liz.
Investigating Modern Art. - New Haven : YALE University Press, 1996.
This text provides an accessible historical progression through the attempting to draw out more general issues and implications. The discussion of key figures such as Picasso, Matisse, Pollock and Warhol, and movements such as Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Minimal Art is animated by the most relevant concerns of contemporary art historical scholarship.
216. Osterwold, Tilman.
Pop Art. - Köln: Taschen America Llc, 2007.
The pop artists of the 1960s had a profound effect on the cloth of art history and their influence can be clearly seen in art today. Here, Tilman Osterwald explores the styles, themes, and sources of pop art around the world.
217. Bourriaud, Nicolas.
Relational Aesthetics. - Paris: Les Presse Du Reel, 1998.
Bourriaud attempts to renew our approach toward contemporary art by getting as close as possible to the artists works, and by revealing the principles that structure their thoughts: an aesthetic of the inter-human, of the encounter; of proximity, of resisting social formatting.
218. Losowsky, Andrew.
Visual Storytelling: inspiring a new visual language. - Berlin: Gestalten, 2011.
The main idea behind visual storytelling is to take familiar image contexts and use them in a new way. By penetrating meaning and creating associations, abstract correlations can be visualized in a manner that is both easy to understand and aesthetically innovative. Today, visual storytelling is being used intensively in newspapers, magazines, websites, advertising, business reports, and museums. With its collection of inspiring, insightful, interactive, and entertaining examples, the book Visual Storytelling reveals how the contextualization of information is pushing the envelope of today's design and aesthetics.
219. Pearce, Mallory.
Decorative Celtic Alphabets: seven complete alphabets. - New York: Dover Publications Inc.
Richly imaginative letters, elaborately patterned, filled with traditional Celtic motifs. 6 decorative Celtic alphabets, plus a basic alphabet of calligraphic Celtic letters. Some punctuation marks and decorative elements also featured. Clearly printed, easily reproducible. Add a distinctive touch to book illustration, textiles, posters — almost any graphic art. Royalty-free.
220. Madden, Matt.
99 ways to tell a story: exercises in style. - London: Jonathan Cape; Random House, 2006.
Matt Madden's "99 Ways to Tell a Story" is a series of one-page comics that tell the same story in a variety of ways.
221. Garcia, Nina.
Nina Garcia's Look Book: what to wear for every occasion. - New York : Hyperion, 2010.
Every woman, at one time or another, has contemplated an all-important job interview, first date, formal party, or important presentation and wailed to herself and to her closest girlfriends, "What should I wear" In Nina Garcia's Look Book, style guru Nina Garcia solves this universal quandary with an inspired and unbeatable combination of fashion knowledge and common sense
222. Rawsthorn, Alice.
Hello World: where design meets life. - USA: Hamish Hamilton Ltd, 2013.
Design is one of the most powerful forces in our lives. When deployed wisely, it can bring us pleasure, choice, strength, decency and more. But if its power is abused, the outcome can be wasteful, confusing, humiliating, even dangerous. This title explores design's influence on our lives.
223. Pullin, Graham.
Design Meets Disability. - Cambridge; London : The MIT Press, 2009.
Eyeglasses have been transformed from medical necessity to fashion accessory. This revolution has come about through embracing the design culture of the fashion industry. Why shouldn't design sensibilities also be applied to hearing aids, prosthetic limbs, and communication aids? In return, disability can provoke radical new directions in mainstream design.
224. Bowles, Cennydd.
Undercover User Experience Design: learn how to do great UX work with tiny budgets, no time, and limited support. - USA : Pearson Education, 2011.
Once you catch the user experience bug, the world changes. Doors open the wrong way, websites don't work, and companies don't seem to care. And while anyone can learn the UX remedies usability testing, personas, prototyping and so on unless your organization 'gets it', putting them into practice is trickier. Undercover User Experience is a pragmatic guide from the front lines, giving frank advice on making UX work in real companies with real problems.
225. Cheung, Victor.
Hands On: interactive design in print. - Hong Kong: Victionary, 2012.
Hands On collects a captivating array of the best of today's interactive design in print - with projects incorporating magnets, stamps, stickers, stitching, pop-outs, scratch-away, paper folding, model building and more!
226. Gladwell, Malcolm.
The Tipping Point: how little things can make a big difference. - New York; Boston: Back Bay Books, 2000.
This celebrated New York Times bestseller -- now poised to reach an even wider audience in paperback -- is a book that is changing the way Americans think about selling products and disseminating ideas.
227. Braungart, Michael.
Cradle to Cradle: Re-making the way we make things. - London : Vintage Books, 2009.
'Reduce, reuse, and recycle' urge environmentalists; in other words, do more with less in order to minimize damage. But as architect William McDonough and chemist Michael Braungart point out in this provocative, visionary book, this approach only perpetuates the one-way, 'cradle to grave' manufacturing model, dating to the Industrial Revolution, that creates such fantastic amounts of waste and pollution in the first place.
228. Хилл, Пол.
Диалог с фотографией. - Санкт-Петербург: Лимбус Пресс, 2010 ; ООО "Издательство К. Тублина".
Книга представляет собой интервью с известнейшими фотографами XX века, с людьми, создавшими современную фотографию. Они рассказывают о своих победах и о своих неудачах, о том, как история влияла на их работу и как их работа влияла на историю, вспоминают, как они начинали свой путь в мире фотографии, и дают советы начинающим фотографам.
229. Колесникова, Анна.
Trend watching: Как вести бизнес с русле новейших трендов. - Москва : Вершина, 2008.
Трендовые продукты молниеносно становятся лидерами, ведь потребители голосуют за них своим кошельком. Мониторинг рынка и изучение мнений трендсеттеров позволяет компаниям вовремя скорректировать свою рыночную стратегию а, возможно и сформировать новый рынок, поймав спрос на стадии его зарождения. Trendwatching уже поставлен на поток, но обходится он организациям недешево, да и не каждый руководитель рискует внедрять его идеи в производство. В этой книге вы найдете кейсы и рассказы тех, кто рискнул воспользоваться методиками трендвотчинга, а также тех, кто добился успеха, поступая вопреки им.
230. Sacco, Joe.
Footnotes in Gaza. - New York : Metropolitan Books, 2010.
Rafah, a town at the bottommost tip of the Gaza Strip, has long been a notorious flashpoint in the bitter Middle East conflict. Buried deep in the archives is one bloody incident, in 1956, that left 111 Palestinians shot dead by Israeli soldiers. Seemingly a footnote to a long history of killing, that day in Rafah—cold-blooded massacre or dreadful mistake—reveals the competing truths that have come to define an intractable war. In a quest to get to the heart of what happened, Joe Sacco immerses himself in the daily life of Rafah and the neighboring town of Khan Younis, uncovering Gaza past and present. As in Palestine and Safe Area Goražde, his unique visual journalism renders a contested landscape in brilliant, meticulous detail. Spanning fifty years, moving fluidly between one war and the next, Footnotes in Gaza—Sacco's most ambitious work to date—transforms a critical conflict of our age into intimate and immediate experience.
231. Cavanagh, John Albert.
Lettering and alphabets: 85 complete alphabets. - New York, Dover publications, 2013.
Not only teaches a full course in professional lettering but contains 85 hand-lettered alphabets. The author discusses such fundamentals as correct pencil grip and how to condense lettering, work with brushes, and more. Many lettering styles including
Garamond, Caslon, Bodoni, Formal Script, Barnum, and more.
232. Livingston, Alan.
Dictionary of graphic design and designers. – London, Thames & Hudson, 2012.
This comprehensive reference work provides indispensable information about typographers, journals, movements and styles, organizations and schools, printers, art directors, technological advances, design studios, graphic illustrators and poster artists.
233. Scratchmann, Max.
Illustration 101: Streetwise tactics for surviving as a freelance illustrator. – USA, Poison Pixie Publishing, 2009.
Do you yearn to illustrate? Do you dream of being the star of the commercial art world? Then this is the book for you! In this fun-to-read manual you will quickly learn how to land Dream Commissions and wow Art Directors; get past the Scariest Secretaries; get loads of FREE Publicity; speed up Slow Payers; create killer newsletters and do a hundred other cool things to put your freelance illustration career straight into the fast-lane.
234. Agerbeck, Brandy.
The Graphic Facilitator's Guide: How to use your listening, thinking & drawing skills to make meaning. – USA, Loosetooth.com Library, 2012.
Graphic facilitation is serving a group by writing and drawing their conversation live and large to help them do their work. It is a powerful tool to help people feel heard, to develop a shared understanding as a group, and to be able to see and touch their work in a way they couldn’t access before. Through the 25 guiding principles in this book, you will develop your ability to listen deeply, think critically and draw swiftly to make great work happen.
235. Weinschenk, Susan M.
100 things every designer needs to know about people. – USA, New Riders, 2011.
Provides information and examples to help designers create products, applications, Web sites, and print materials that match the way people think and feel.
236. American illustration 29.
USA, Amilus, 2011.
This issue showcases 354 of the year's best images from a submission of over 8,000 by more than 1,100 illustrators, art directors, designers, animators, magazines, agencies and schools. This year's distinguished panel of art and design professionals included Rodrigo Corral, Principal at Rodgigo Corral Design; Irene Gallo, Art Director at Tor, Forge & Starscape Books; Rob Hewitt, Principal, Curious Outsider Design Studio; Kory Kennedy, Design Director, Runner's World; Grammy-award winning designer Gail Marowitz, Creative Director, Roadrunner Records; Siung Tjia, Creative Director, ESPN The Magazine and Jason Treat, Art Director, The Atlantic.
237. Penn, Irving.
Still life. – Boston, Little, Brown, 2001.
A compendium of the influential Vogue photographer's still life works includes examples of his innovative earlier pieces as well as his personal productions of later years.
238. Morse, Simon.
Zbrush Character Sculpting: projects, tips & techniques from the masters. Vol. 1. - Worcester [U.K.], 3DTotal Pub., 2012.
Featuring industry experts including Rafael Grassetti and Cédric Seaut, ZBrush Character Sculpting: Volume 1 is brimming with detailed character-based tutorials covering topics such as monsters, manimals, and fantasy creatures. This book also boasts a substantial series of inspirational galleries, ranging from turn-table shots of finished sculpts to a breakdown of subdivisions that show how detail can be steadily built into a model. Capped by a traditional image gallery, ZBrush Character Sculpting: Volume 1 contains a wealth of advice and knowledge that will benefit aspiring and veteran modelers alike.
239. Almond, David.
The Savage. – London, Walker books Ltd, 2008.
Imagine you wrote a story and that story came true. This is exactly what happens to Blue Baker when he writes about a savage living alone in the woods near his home.
240. Cooper, Brant.
The entrepreneur's guide to customer development. – Sacramento, The Authors, 2010.
“This is a must read for all startups and stakeholders.” — Steve Blank, author of The 4 Steps to the Epiphany, creator of Customer Development methodology “The Entrepreneur’s Guide is an easy read. It is written in a conversational tone, doesn’t take itself too seriously, and avoids extraneous fluff.” — Eric Ries, Author & Creator of the Lean Startup methodology “Get the CustDev book to dive deep into customer interviews and understand how your product can be developed to meet your customers' needs.” — Dan Martell, Founder of Flowtown, angel investor Customer Development is a four-step framework for helping startups discover and validate their customers, product, and go-to-market strategy, developed by Steve Blank and an integral part of Eric Ries' Lean Startup methodology. Focused on the Customer Discovery step, The Entrepreneur's Guide to Customer Development is an easy to follow guide for finding early adopters, building a Minimum Viable Product, finding Product-Market fit, and establishing a sales and marketing roadmap.
241. Slovinsky, Louis J.
On branding and clear communications. - New York, Jorge Pinto Books, 2006.
Over the past three decades, Alan Siegel has become one of the best-known figures in the branding business. He has achieved the stature of both pillar of the establishment and provocative iconoclast, while building a leading brand consultancy, Siegel & Gale, devoted to positioning global companies for competitive success. As consultant, author, and commentator, Alan's influence extends from advising organizations such as Xerox, American Express, the National Basketball Association, Caterpillar, The Girl Scouts, and Carnegie Mellon University, to creating guides for the Wall Street Journal on understanding financial markets, to board-level service at American Institute of Graphic Arts, Design Management Institute, Paul Taylor Dance Company, Girls, Inc., and the Authors Guild Foundation and the American Theater Wing, where he is a TONY voter.
242. Liedtka, Jeanne.
Designing for growth: a design thinking tool kit for managers. - New York, Columbia Business School Pub, 2011.
The authors of this volume educate readers in design thinking, or the ability to turn abstract ideas into practical applications for maximal business growth.
243. Katz, Steven D.
Film directing shot by shot: visualizing from concept to screen. – California, Focal Press, 1991.
A complete catalogue of motion picture techniques for filmmakers. It concentrates on the 'storytelling' school of filmmaking, utilizing the work of the great stylists who established the versatile vocabulary of technique that has dominated the movies
since 1915. This graphic approach includes comparisons of style by interpreting a 'model script', created for the book, in storyboard form.
244. Pepperman, Richard D.
The eye is quicker. Film editing : making a good film better. – California, Michael Wiese, 2004.
The most comprehensive book on the principles, methods, and strategies vital to the creative art of film editing.
245. Castle, Bryan.
Color Grading With Media Composer And Symphony 6. – USA, Avid Technology Inc., 2013.
Top film editors know Avid Media Composer and Symphony inside and out, giving them the confidence to pursue Hollywood-style productions and earn top wages. To join their ranks, you need the technical skills and knowledge to distinguish yourself as a pro. Color Grading With Media Composer And Symphony is here to help you on your way toward expertise in color grading with these two industry-standard video and film editing suites.
246. Lasn, Kalle.
Design anarchy. – Vancouver, Adbusters Media Foundation, 2006.
Adbusters' Design Anarchy is a visual call to arms to resist the commercialization of everything from motherhood to masochism, and has spawned a new genre of "Reactionary Advertising." Each of the hundreds of images in this volume, many paired with notes, commentary and poetry, provokes thought and feeling. It is this feeling, this emotional "conversation" with the page that fuels Adbusters' vision: to prevent the deadening of society, everyman, us, me. You.
247. Goodwin, Kim.
Designing for the digital age. – Indianopolis, Wiley Publishing, 2009.
Whether you're designing consumer electronics, medical devices, enterprise Web apps, or new ways to check out at the supermarket, today's digitally-enabled products and services provide both great opportunities to deliver compelling user experiences and great risks of driving your customers crazy with complicated, confusing technology. Designing successful products and services in the digital age requires a multi-disciplinary team with expertise in interaction design, visual design, industrial design, and other disciplines. It also takes the ability to come up with the big ideas that make a desirable product or service, as well as the skill and perseverance to execute on the thousand small ideas that get your design into the hands of users.
248. Watson, Richard.
Future files: a brief history of the next 50 years. - London; Boston, Nicholas Brealey Pub., 2009.
Wlliam Gladwell meets Alvin Toffler in this lively, provocative and witty look at our possible futures. Filled with provocative forecasts about how the world might change in the next half century, "Future Files" examines emerging patterns and developments in society, technology, economy, and business, and makes educated speculations as to where they might take us.
249. Neumeier, Marty.
The designful company: how to build a culture of nonstop innovation. – California, New Riders, 2009.
In The Designful Company, Marty explores design and explains how to use design to transform a business, a brand, and the way a company operates. If innovation drives differentiation, what drives innovation? The answer, hidden in plain sight, is design. Design contains the skills to identify possible futures, invent exciting products, build bridges to customers, and crack wicked problems, and more. As Marty argues, 'if you wanna innovate, you gotta design.'
250. Frank, Robert.
The Americans. – Göttingen, Steidl, 2008.
Armed with a camera and a fresh cache of film and bankrolled by a Guggenheim Foundation grant, Robert Frank crisscrossed the United States during 1955 and 1956. The photographs he brought back form a portrait of the country at the time and hint at its future. He saw the hope of the future in the faces of a couple at city hall in Reno, Nevada, and the despair of the present in a grimy roofscape. He saw the roiling racial tension, glamour, and beauty, and, perhaps because Frank himself was on the road, he was particularly attuned to Americans' love for cars.
251. Raymond, Martin.
The Trend Forecaster's Handbook. – London, Laurence King Publishing, 2010.
The Trend Forecaster's Handbook is a sharp, in-depth and highly visual textbook and teaching aid forstudents and academics keen to know more about the world of trends, trend forecasting, and consumer-insight techniques. This "how to" book provides design students with skills to understand and track trends and use them to inform their research, design, and product development. With quotes, interviews, and case studies of key players.
252. Piotrowski, Christine M.
Professional Practice for Interior Designers. – New York, John Wiley & Sons, 2013.
This updated edition of the most comprehensive business guide for designers covers the interior design profession in a clear and well-organized style. From establishing a practice to managing a project, the reader progresses through all aspects of the business, whether in a small or large firm. The new edition includes additional information on ethics, as well as a companion website containing sample forms and other resources. This book is recommended by the NCIDQ as preparation for their professional registration examination.
253. Aragones, Miguel Angel.
Aragones. - New York, Rizzoli, 2013.
This beautiful monograph is the first book in English on Miguel Ángel Aragonés, a prolific architect known for his modernist sensibilities and artistic and creative use of lighting, with built work throughout Mexico, much of it in Mexico City. Considered an important member of the Mexican and Latin American architectural vanguard, Aragonés has gained international attention. Here beautiful photographs of Aragonés’s work are paired with his academic writings on his work and on architecture in general. Covering all of Aragonés work to date, this volume is sure to appeal to those interested in such greats of Mexican Modernism as Legorreta and Barragan, as well as the Latin American school of Modernism.
254. Gautier, Jerome.
Chanel: the vocabulary of style. – Yale, Yale University Press, 2011.
Through these dazzling photographs, Chanel: The Vocabulary of Style identifies key elements that have defined Chanel's style for generations, such as jersey and tweed, formerly considered menswear fabrics, and the little black dress, which transformed a hue previously reserved for mourning into a statement of elegance. Pearls were her staple, and she often embellished outfits with her signature camellia. Eleven chapters compare the original forms of these enduring trademarks with their later expressions over the years and to the present day, letting the vocabulary of Chanel's style speak for itself.
255. Sabin, Roger.
Comics, Comix & Graphic Novels. – London, Phaidon Press Limited, 2001.
Comics, Comix & Graphic Novels is as energetic as a jolt of double espresso - and as simultaneously appealing to both sophisticated and street sensibilities … under Sabin's fluid hand, images and text come together like an expert cartoonist's frame-by-frame assemblage of drawings and dialogue balloons.
256. Amin, Ash.
Cities reimagining the urban. – Cambridge, Polity, 2002.
This book develops a fresh and challenging perspective on the city. Drawing on a wide and diverse range of material and texts, it argues that too much contemporary urban theory is based on nostalgia for a humane, face-to-face and bounded city. Amin and Thrift maintain that the traditional divide between the city and the rest of the world has been perforated through urban encroachment, the thickening of the links between the two, and urbanization as a way of life.
257. Allen, Edward.
Form and Forces. – USA, John Wiley & Sons, 2009.
Here, in one volume, is all the architect needs to know to participate in the entire process of designing structures. Emphasizing bestselling author Edward Allen's graphical approach, the book enables you to quickly determine the desired form of a building or other structure and easily design it without the need for complex mathematics. This unique text teaches the whole process of structural design for architects, including selection of suitable materials, finding a suitable configuration, finding forces and size members, designing appropriate connections, and proposing a feasible method of erection. Chapters are centered on the design of a whole structure, from conception through construction planning.
258. Lynch, Kevin.
The Image of the City. – Cambridge, The MIT Press, 1960.
What does the city's form actually mean to the people who live there? What can the city planner do to make the city's image more vivid and memorable to the city dweller? To answer these questions, Mr. Lynch, supported by studies of Los Angeles, Boston, and Jersey City, formulates a new criterion--imageability--and shows its potential value as a guide for the building and rebuilding of cities.
259. Banham, Reyner.
The Architecture of the Well-tempered Environment. – Chicago, The Architectural Press, 1984.
Reyner Banham was a pioneer in arguing that technology, human needs, and environmental concerns must be considered an integral part of architecture. No historian before him had so systematically explored the impact of environmental engineering on the design of buildings and on the minds of architects. In this revision of his classic work, Banham has added considerable new material on the use of energy, particularly solar energy, in human environments. Included in the new material are discussions of Indian pueblos and solar architecture, the Centre Pompidou and other high-tech buildings, and the environmental wisdom of many current architectural vernaculars.
260. Lynch, Kevin.
City Sense and City Design. - Cambridge; London, The MIT Press, 1990.
Kevin Lynch's books are the classic underpinnings of modern urban planning and design, yet they are only a part of his rich legacy of ideas about human purposes and values in built form. City Sense and City Design brings together Lynch's remaining work, including professional design and planning projects that show how he translated many of his ideas and theories into practice. An invaluable sourcebook of design knowledge, City Sense and City Design completes the record of one of the foremost environmental design theorists of our time and leads to a deeper understanding of his distinctively humanistic philosophy.