This groundbreaking book from 1901 by Emily Noyes Vanderpool provided a prescient look at colour theory. An artist, collector, scholar, and historian, Vanderpool's wildly original approaches to colour analysis and interaction foreshadowed mid-century design and minimalism decades prior to those movements. Her approach to colour theory became ubiquitous in contemporary art departments and her illustrations 'compete with the best work of some of the most important twentieth-century artists'.
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With classic symbols from the great protest movements of the twentieth century, as well as new images reflecting contemporary concerns such as the environment and the economy, anyone can use this book to create unique and powerful protest graphics. The 46 die-cut stencils, plus a bespoke typeface,...
A Modernist icon, Le Corbusier's buildings and theories have influenced structures across the world. Using the art of kirigami (cutting and folding) ten of his most important works are yours to re-create at home. Each pull-out template includes step-by-step instructions, alongside a photo of the...
This double-sided 3m / 10 foot tape measure (metric on one side, imperial on the other) is filled with fascinating facts about lengths. For example, 34cm is the height of an Oscar; 9¾ inches is the length of a meerkat tail. Find out whether the...