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  • We Are Dandy – The Elegant Gentleman Around the World

    R400

    From America to Africa to Asia, dandyism is a way of life. We are Dandy throws open the doors of the wardrobe and explores the dandy as a global phenomenon.

  • Wiener Werkstatte 1903-1932

    R600

    The Vienna Workshop and the “total work of art” – Founded in 1903 by Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser, and Fritz Waemdorfer, the Wiener Werkstatte (“Vienna Workshop”) was a collective of architects and craftsmen which aimed at fusing architecture and interior design into a Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art. Experimenting with various materials (gold, precious stones, and papier mache, for example), the artists of the Wiener Werkstatte created buildings and objects which combined classical elegance with streamlined functionality. Though the workshop lasted only thirty years, its influence is still strong today.

  • X-Men: The Art and Making of The Animated Series

    R715

    This book gives a ?rsthand account of what it’s like to develop, pitch, design, write, draw, direct, and produce a hit animated series, and is jam-packed with never-before-seen concept sketches, storyboards, character models, background layouts, cels, and production and promotional materials.

  • 1000 Tattoos

    R220

    Trawl through centuries of tattooing in this eye-popping history of the art of body decoration. From modest, discreet symbols to astonishing full-body adornments, the wonders of 1000 Tattoos will entertain, amaze, and inspire. Whether you’re considering getting ink done yourself or are simply curious about what lengths others have gone: this is the guide you’ve been looking for.

  • 101 Things I Learned in Fashion School

    R150

    This indispensable resource provides essential advice to undergraduates, designers, and anyone interested in the fashion world.

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    20th-Century Fashion: 100 Years of Apparel Ads

    R220

    The 20th century saw fashion evolve from an exclusive Parisian salon business catering for the wealthy elite into a global industry employing millions, with new trends whisked into stores before the last model has even left the catwalk.

  • 70’s Style and Design

    R450

    The 1970s are experiencing a resurgence of cool. Rescuing the decade from parody, this study is sensationally illustrated, meticulously researched, and wittily written. Once dismissed as the decade of avocado suites, lava lamps and shag-pile carpets, the period is now being enthusiastically mined for trends from the fashion, music, literature and groove of the time….

  • Alphabet

    R550

    Lavish and full of fun, this book will appeal to adults and children alike. Alphabet is an extraordinary, multidimensional journey into the alphabet created by one of the world’s most celebrated illustrators, Kv?ta Pacovská. With a rich concoction of textures, reflections, windows, and pop-ups, Pacovská takes the art of the picture book to new levels, absorbing readers of all ages in a playful and imaginative new world.

  • American Fashion Menswear

    R500

    From the outset, America was settled by individualists and adventurers who severed ties with the old world to find their destiny in an unknown land, a separation that opened the way for change in a less stratified society. To survive the challenges of a new environment, the American man needed garments that were functional and…

  • Amy Butler’s Midwest Modern: A Fresh Design Spirit for the Modern Lifestyle

    R420

    A complete lifestyle book, encompassing fashion, interiors, and gardens. There’s a lot more to America than just the east and west coasts. Today, innovative American design, in clothing, home decor, even gardening, is emerging from the Midwest. So lay your bicoastal biases aside, and let Amy Butler show you what’s happening in the heartland. Helping…

  • Architecture Matters

    An illuminating introduction to the influence of architecture on the world, the environment, and human lives

  • Art in Latin America

    R345

    Despite the growing importance of contemporary art from Latin America in the last two decades, no book exists that thoroughly explore this phenomenon.

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    Beautiful Users: Designing for People

    Original price was: R330.Current price is: R150.

    In the mid-twentieth century, Henry Dreyfuss—widely considered the father of industrial design—pioneered a user-centered approach to design that focuses on studying people’s behaviors and attitudes as a key first step in developing successful products.

  • Beauty: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

    R500

    Beauty–the book, born out of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s 2015 Triennial of the same name, curated by Andrea Lipps and Ellen Lupton–showcases some of the most exciting and provocative design created around the globe during the past three years.

  • Beware Wet Paint

    R500

    A founder of the leading design firm Pentagram, Alan Fletcher is considered by many in the graphic design world to be a contemporary master, known for his sharp and unerring sense of style. From the initial brief to the often award-winning outcome, here are over 100 of Fletcher’s design solutions.

  • Bookshelf

    R230

    From the conceptual -Read-Unread Bookshelf (which weighs books read against those still to be started) to the multi-function Trick (a unit that transforms from shelf-space into a table and two chairs),Bookshelf presents over 200 inventive and experimental shelving designs in more than 300 colour illustrations. Specification details are provided for each bookcase, including materials and…