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  • Atlas of the Invisible

    £25.00

    Atlas of the Invisible

    Our reality rests on an invisible world of information. The traces are all around us. Transforming enormous datasets into rich maps and visualizations, James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti explore these hidden patterns in human society. With their joyfully inquisitive approach, Cheshire and Uberti investigate happiness levels around the globe, track the undersea cables and cell towers that connect us, examine the concealed scars of geopolitics, and illustrate how a warming planet affects everything from hurricanes to the hajj. Filled with surprising facts and beautifully designed graphics, ‘Atlas of the Invisible’ invites readers to revel in the secrets of a newly visible world.

    £25.00
  • How To Draw Manga Made Easy

    £9.99

    How To Draw Manga Made Easy

    Manga styles have swept the internet, with comics, videos and imports flooding across Europe and America, inspiring a new generation of artists. Simple, accessible and using a range of artists the book covers How to Study and Copy the Top Artists, Character Design and Personality, Working with Body sizes and Head Counts, Drafting and Story Design.

    SKU: 9781783615926 Category: Tags: ,
    £9.99
  • John Mcconnell – Design

    £14.95

    John Mcconnell – Design

    Part biography, part showcase for some of McConnell’s most celebrated designs, this book gathers McConnell’s exclusive redesign for Faber & Faber – a revolutionary new approach to book covers from the early 1980s.

    £14.95
  • Paul Nash

    £35.00

    Paul Nash

    Exploring the ways in which painting, applied design and illustration intertwined over the course of the accomplished career of Paul Nash (1889-1946), this book provides a new perspective on one of the most gifted and celebrated English artists of the twentieth century.

    SKU: 9781848224452 Category: Tags: ,
    £35.00
  • Signs of Life

    £24.95

    Signs of Life

    A sweep across the history and culture of brands and branding, in the first in a series of collaborations between Stephen Bayley and Circa.

    £24.95