"Contemporary Follies" showcases outstanding examples of contemporary design that address our place in nature. Emerging from the Enlightenment spirit of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Thomas Jefferson, the English picturesque folly, and the forest retreats of Scandinavian modernists, th... read more
This large, beautiful book is the culmination of 30 years of research and work in beer advertising.
Michael Bannenberg worked on the CUB account and created many iconic Australian beer brands and their advertising campaigns. It was while exploring these brands that he was ... read more
Fashion takes the reader on a journey along the ever-changing road of what we wore, from the turn of the 20th century to the 1980s. Packed with over 400 images, the volume charts the contrasts and rapid evolution of style across the decades from the lush dance dresses of ... read more
Since its creation in 1996 by Jean-Marc Gaulier, Urbicus has developed ‘naturbanity’ , a landscape practice as a pertinent means of tackling urban questions and which treats landscape architecture as an ‘architecture of the land area’. Surrounded by a multi... read more
Harry Seidler, a stylish, decisive and highly opinionated man, was a key figure in international modern architecture and in the establishment of post-war modern design in Australia. He emerged as Australia's preeminent architect, the man who effectively shape... read more
This is the first book to celebrate the life and work of Grant Featherston (1922-1995), the Melbourne-based industrial designer best-known for his Contour chairs. This collection was designed and developed in the early 1950s and remains highly sought after by mid-century modern collecto... read more
The streets of Cuba are filled with a magnificent collection of unique cars which reflect the island's dramatic heritage and decades of isolation.
Cut off from the world of modern transportation, the Cubans have been forced to make the most of their lim... read more
In this book, the acclaimed designer David Mlinaric discusses with author Mirabel Cecil the buildings he has worked on and been inspired by during his long career, and takes an expert look at the creation and interpretation of historic interiors. The practice Mlinaric started for... read more
From the 1950s to the 1970s, the work of Lloyd Wright, Gropius and Mies Van Der Rohe strongly influenced a generation of young Australian architects, who adopted modernist principles in their work. In Iconic Australian Houses: Three Decades of Domestic Architecture,... read more
Thames & Hudson has enjoyed exceptional commercial success and critical acclaim in its collaborative ventures with Magnum Photos, notably with Magnum Magnum and Magnum Contact Sheets, which have combined sales of over 200,000 copies to date across eleven languages. Wi... read more
His name is less familiar than Vargas' and Elvgren's, but his brilliantly colored voluptuous pin-ups are well known. From 1944 to 1955 he painted the most popular magazine covers in America for Beauty Parade, Wink, Titter, Eyeful, Flirt and Whisper magazines. He was rediscover... read more