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  • Behind Bars. Design for Cafés & Bars
    Behind Bars. Design for Cafés & Bars
    Behind Bars, dgv’s first release in collaboration with Frame Publishers, features 40 innovative venues located in every corner of the world. An inspiring compilation, the book covers a broad spectrum of bars in various design styles by designers such as Marc Newson, Thomas + Nilsson and Staat – from those serving juice to coffee to cocktails. Each project is presented on eight lavish pages with copious photos of the interior, interviews with the designers, floor plans and detailed project information.
  • R. Klanten, H. Hellige. Black Magic, White Noise
    Black Magic, White Noise
    R. Klanten, H. Hellige
    Black Magic, White Noise presents an unsettling and fascinating collection of visuals focusing on the physical and the psychological as interpreted by contemporary designers from around the globe. From dark images of mystery and horror to works in which the irrational infiltrates broad daylight, the book draws its readers into an ambivalent world of chillingly beautiful illustration, photography, graphic design, collage, painting and installation. Not for the fainthearted, Black Magic, White Noise is a potent cocktail of the drastic themes and motifs that are being used and finding widespread acceptance in present-day design and other creative disciplines.
  • R. Klanten. BLK/MRKT One
    BLK/MRKT One
    R. Klanten
    BLK/MRKT Gallery was created as a way to present emerging talent as well as compelling urban and fine art. BLK/MRKT ONE presents the gallery’s artists and their work, including both up-and-coming and established urban and contemporary artists such as Deanne Cheuk, WK Interact, Dave Kinsey, Bask, Evan Hecox, Marion Lane and many more. This book is a “who’s who” of the scene and is characterised by the rich variety of styles and visual idioms, its celebration of rising masters and the promise of discovery.
  • BLK/MRKT Two
    BLK/MRKT Two
    The BLK/MRKT Gallery in Los Angeles is one of the most influential galleries for new contemporary art. Rich with striking images, BLK/MRKT TWO presents current work from a selection of artists associated with the gallery that illustrate the most current forms of visual expression and trends in art today. These artists include David Ellis, Ian Francis, Mark Dean Veca, Lucy McLaughlan, Mel Kadel, Dave Kinsey, Mark Jenkins, Marion Lane, Tiffany Bozic, Gregory Euclide and Ben Tour.
  • Horst Scherg. Classique: Cover Art for Classical Music
    Classique: Cover Art for Classical Music
    Horst Scherg
    "Classique" introduces 777 of the most inspiring classical LP covers from their heyday, documenting groundbreaking art work and cover culture that is typical for the epoch. In the same way that an attractive cover lures you into buying a record, "Classique" entices readers, taking them on a journey through the magnificent evolution of record cover art. Ranging from romantic motifs, naturalism, abstract art, psychedelic and surreal experimentation to supernatural artwork and pure unadulterated kitsch, the diverse examples of classical cover design assembled in the book are immense. Compiled by avid record collector Horst Scherg, the cover art featured in this book is taken from his substantial collection and presented in fifteen chapters. Each chapter is dedicated to the stylistic approaches significant to each decade from the 1950s to the 1980s, the variety and characteristic trends for countries such as the US, England and Russia, the different musical genres, the graphic mediums practised from illustration, poster art and photography and the record companies of the times including Deutsche Grammophon, Decca and Capitol. Classique also gives an overview of record producers with information on their repertoires even including those sought-after record labels for the audiophile classical collector. Because design for music has always served as fertile grounds for experimental work and developments in graphic art, this book is not only for aficionados and creatives. but also for everyone interested in visual culture.
  • R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, A. Mollard, A. Kupetz, S. Moreno. Desire: The Shape of Things to Come
    Desire: The Shape of Things to Come
    R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, A. Mollard, A. Kupetz, S. Moreno
    Design in the 21st Century has liberated itself from industrial conditions and the associated physical demands. With new technology, expanded choice of materials and the practice of luxurious craftsmanship, designers are embracing design with scintillating attitude, challenging aesthetic boundaries and speculating new expressions in visual codes. "Desire" documents current developments in furniture and object design today, showcasing recent work by the most exciting and influential designers from around the globe categorised into four distinct trends and groups: Modernists, Taletellers, Inventors and Entertainers. Featured designers include: 5.5 Designers, Ron Arad, Autoban, Maarten Baas, BarberOsgerby, Joost van Bleiswijk, BLESS, Jörg Boner, Bram Boo, Tord Boontje, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Stephen Burks, Fernando & Humberto Campana, Committee, Christophe Delcourt, Stefan Diez, Tom Dixon, DRIFT, Kiki van Eijk, Olafur Eliasson, Thomas Feichtner, Folkform, FRONT, Martino Gamper, Konstantin Grcic, Anna Ter Haar, Ineke Hans, Jaime Hayon, Studio Job, Hella Jongerius, Max Lamb, Kwangho Lee, Mathieu Lehanneur, Leif.designpark, Doshi Levien, Studio Libertiny, Julia Lohmann, Malin Lundmark, Peter Marigold, Haldane Martin, Jason Miller, Jasper Morrison, Nendo, Ernesto Neto, Marc Newson, Patrick Norguet, o-d-a, od-v, Robert Stadler, Steven Holl Architects, Studio Makkink & Bey, STUDIOILSE, Tjep., Ünal & Böler Studio, Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders, Hannes Wettstein, Dirk Winkel, WOK Media, Michael Young, Oskar Zieta and many more.
  • Diesel. Fifty (+ DVD)
    Fifty (+ DVD)
    Fifty, published in celebration of its president and founder Renzo Rosso’s 50th birthday, is a book that displays the unique Diesel creativity, attitude, lifestyle and philosophy reflected in its collections, its business approach and its communication. The book features international guest authors as well as face to face interviews with prestigious personalities such as the Dalai Lama, Terry Jones and Alexander McQueen to name a few, making it an inspiring portrait of one of the most inventive and successful companies in the fashion industry the world over. It is a real “heavyweight” with rich graphic visuals from Diesel’s award winning advertising campaigns and an enclosed DVD – a true collectors’ object.
  • Richard Feurer, Jorg Huber, Matthias Michel. Gepflegt: KRASS. BrandBody & Soul (bilingual German/English)
    Gepflegt: KRASS. BrandBody & Soul (bilingual German/English)
    Richard Feurer, Jorg Huber, Matthias Michel
    Youth culture and brands have always had a convoluted relationship both influencing and feeding off each other alike. The term “gepflegt krass” is German slang used mainly by youth culture for awesome or cool. "Gepflegt: KRASS" takes youth culture and the visual culture of brands as a starting point to investigate this complex correlation and incisively analyses the multifaceted dynamic of branding culture. This large format publication is critical, challenging and at the same time a theoretical expedition into the world of branding, penetrating a topic that is widely researched yet difficult to keep abreast of due to its ceaseless development. Presented in an exciting collage with manifold layers of text and photography pervading each page, "Gepflegt: KRASS" defines the visual identities of luxury brands and examines the attraction and fascination youth culture have with them. It presents real cultural studies with quotes from pop stars and celebrities as well as slogans and excerpts from literature. Questions are raised such as how to define, create and communicate value and how brands construct our self-perception – they are then taken out of their context and put back into a new context providing ample analysis. This academic publication documents the unique research project Brands&Branding - Topologies of Contemporary Brand Culture carried out by the respected Institut für Theorie der Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich which explores the multi-faceted layers and interrelationships between youth culture, subcultures and brands.
  • A. Jugovic, F. Schmitt. Hi-ReS! Amantes sunt Amentes (+ DVD)
    Hi-ReS! Amantes sunt Amentes (+ DVD)
    A. Jugovic, F. Schmitt
    Over the last years, Hi-ReS! has established itself as one of the world’s leading studios in the realisation and implementation of sophisticated interactive commercial projects. Its strength lies not only in its masterful linear storytelling, but also in its creation of sensual interactive experiences that pair an artistic, tongue-in-cheek approach with strong marketing sensibilities. This book with DVD is the first to present a scintillating collection of projects by Hi-ReS! for a wide range of clients – from companies such as MTV, Diesel, Sony, Toyota and Nokia to musicians such as Beck and Massive Attack as well as feature films such as “Donnie Darko”.
  • FInke Tim, Manger Sebastian, Fichtel Stefan. Informotion: Animated Infographics
    Informotion: Animated Infographics
    FInke Tim, Manger Sebastian, Fichtel Stefan
    The first reference book on the fundamentals of animated information graphics. At the nexus of design and journalism, the field of information graphics offers some of the most exciting and dynamic work for creatives. Today, even more so than static versions, animated information graphics are serving to communicate complex correlations succinctly. The production of such animations on the basis of up-to-the-minute data is already common practice in select TV programs. Now, these moving formats are finding wider application in television and on the internet, as well as on an increasing number of mobile devices, and in public places. They can be seen in editorial contexts and in the areas of advertising and corporate communication. Thanks to current advances in hardware and software, the sky is the limit for the forms of animated infographics that can be created. But a wide range of technical possibilities does not always mean high quality in terms of content and presentation. Especially when conveying crucial or sensitive information, effective communication hinges upon the details of the execution. Consequently, those who work or want to work successfully with animated information graphics must be well versed in all available tools and formats. Informotion is the first book to document the fundamentals needed to create compelling animated infographics and to explain them with numerous examples. It focuses on key aspects of visualizing data, current forms of information graphics, and future possibilities for moving images. The publication also outlines the factors that improve the viewer's ability to absorb information. Each book contains a unique log-in code for accessing a wide selection of animated information graphics as well as their making-of videos online. The interplay between the detailed descriptions in the print edition and the diverse motion material makes Informotion an essential reference for students and newcomers as well as a trusty guide for design and media professionals. The book is edited by Tim Finke and Sebastian Manger with Stefan Fichtel. Fichtel, who also wrote the preface, was the head of infographics at KircherBurkhard for many years. He now runs ixtract, his own studio with clients such as National Geographic.
  • R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, N. Bourquin. Into the Nature: Of Creatures And Wilderness
    Into the Nature: Of Creatures And Wilderness
    R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, N. Bourquin
    young generation of designers, illustrators and artists are taking nature as a starting point and bestowing upon it great importance. Into the Nature takes you on a visual exploration through nature and how it’s perceived, portrayed and visualized in the contemporary visual arts of the twenty-first century. It presents an evolutionary vision of nature from Romanticism to Art Brut; flora and fauna are reinvented through ravishing imagery ranging from classical and analogue approaches to cutting edge graphic design, illustration, photography and 3D installations.
  • Vallee Julien. Julien Vallee: Rock, Paper, Scissors (+ DVD)
    Julien Vallee: Rock, Paper, Scissors (+ DVD)
    Vallee Julien
    The young Canadian designer Julien Vall e is a leading expert at melding a variety of analog and digital design techniques into outstanding work. The graphic designer and art director Julien Vall e represents a new generation of designers. The young Canadian is a virtuoso at melding the most diverse analog and digital design techniques. He combines graphic design, stop-motion film, and a talent for staging space to create fascinating worlds of images in his work. Enthusiastically multidisciplinary, Vall e is as versed in traditional skills such as drawing, cutting, illustration, and collage as he is in the use of technologies such as stop-motion animation, 3D rendering, video editing, and interactive design. Thanks to his expertise in both of these realms, the Montreal-based designer seamlessly bridges the gap between the manual and virtual production of art. Although he mostly develops and stages his installations and stop-motion films using simple materials such as paper, wood, and plastic, Julien Vall e's magically arranged spaces are, at times, reminiscent of the work of a twenty-first-century Escher. The designer's work has already been heaped with prizes such as the ADC Young Guns Award and the Creative Review Award 2010. The monograph Julien Vall e not only presents his commissioned work for brands such as the New York Times, Elle, Swatch, AOL, and MTV, but also includes personal projects. A DVD featuring his video work accompanies the book.
  • R. Klanten, B. Brumnjak. Kelvin. Colour Today
    Kelvin. Colour Today
    R. Klanten, B. Brumnjak
    Kelvin investigates today’s evolving perception and application of colour. Structured into chapters that each focus on a single colour, the book documents some of the effects of the deliberate use of colour in recent top quality design work. Alongside images of clear and distinctive colour allocation, Kelvin also includes more intricate and playful examples that illustrate contemporary colour combinations. This ensures that the reader is introduced to the subject of colour in an instructive as well as an associative and experimental way.
  • R. Klanten, H. Hellige, A. Mollard. Lemon Poppy Seed: Multitasking Creativity
    Lemon Poppy Seed: Multitasking Creativity
    R. Klanten, H. Hellige, A. Mollard
    A new generation of talent is currently developing its own interdisciplinary and refreshingly off-key visual vocabulary. Lemon Poppy Seed is a compilation of work by young, international artists whose styles defy current trends and classifications and are all the more brilliant for doing so. The book is the perfect source for those who want to see the organic development of new artistic terrain before the mainstream attempts to erect shopping centres upon it.
  • Heinrich Paravicini, Johannes Plass. Lingua Grafica. English edition
    Lingua Grafica. English edition
    Heinrich Paravicini, Johannes Plass
    Having created logos and icons for clients such as adidas and Greenpeace, Hamburg-based design studio Mutabor assembled their best work in Lingua Grafica. A documented, dissected and contextualised collection, the book is a skillful manual of logo design.
  • Heinrich Paravicini. Lingua Universalis. Global Wordless Understanding
    Lingua Universalis. Global Wordless Understanding
    Heinrich Paravicini
    This book follows up on the success of dgv’s bestseller Lingua Grafica, which has established itself as a leading tool for guiding international designers in their everyday work. The expectations of fans of its predecessor will not be disappointed – Imperium Imaginum also features a structured portfolio of the latest logos and icons done by the Mutabor design studio. Imperium Imaginum explains the process behind logo creation from the perspective of the award-winning creative team. Mutabor breaks down the development of various logos into a series of steps. This visual presentation shows designers examples of how they can approach complex and abstract subjects in logo design. With Imperium Imaginum, another book has been created which will serve designers worldwide as both a source of inspiration and a practical reference work.
  • Neasden Control Centre. Lost Control
    Lost Control
    Neasden Control Centre
    Lost Control is the self-deprecating title of the new publication by Neasden Control Centre. The book presents graphic design, installations and collages in NCC’s incomparable style that always comes across as simultaneously spontaneous and calculated. These seemingly contradictory, but in NCC’s work so coherently united characteristics give their work a powerful appeal. Neasden Control Centre is not only influencing creatives from around the world today, but is also being increasingly recognised by international museums such as the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and clients such as Volkswagen.
  • Heinrich Paravicini, Johannes Plass. Mutabor: I'm Going to Change
    Mutabor: I'm Going to Change
    Heinrich Paravicini, Johannes Plass
    The design studio Mutabor is primarily known for its succinct logos and icons that have also been presented in dgv bestsellers Lingua Grafica and Lingua Universalis. Mutabor is Latin and literally means "I'm Going to Change"; this broader collection of commercial work is so titled to reflect the company's adaptability and range as well as its name. I'm Going to Change is a rich volume of over 300 pages that presents 99 Mutabor projects. The diverse examples include the design of packaging for Adidas and L'Oreal, print media for Greenpeace and Bulthaup as well as opulent automobile tradeshow stands and showrooms for Audi. The book contains not only finished projects, but as yet unpublished drafts, sketches and studies that served as inspiration for Mutabor's creative process. The compelling images and insightful texts in I'm Going to Change reveal the approach and style of an internationally renowned design company. This insider's view makes the book interesting for all designers, but especially those just beginning their careers.
  • Stefan Gandl. Neubau Welt
    Neubau Welt
    Stefan Gandl
    Neubau Welt is an extensive encyclopaedia of well over a thousand pictograms of everyday objects and obsessions large and small. Created by Stefan Gandl and his Neubau team, all of the objects shown in the book can also be found as editable and highly detailed Macromedia Freehand and Adobe Illlustrator files on an included CD-ROM. This also makes them extremely useful for architects and other creatives who can integrate them into their presentations and visual models. For the price of the book, readers also buy the rights to exclusive graphics and three Neubau typefaces.
  • Object that Dreams
    Object that Dreams
    Tokyo-based duo Zoren Gold & Minori’s contemporary approach to surreal photography has led them to combine photography, illustration, collage and graphic design, blurring the line between fiction and reality and resulting in a formula that delights the senses. Object that Dreams is a scintillating collection of their stark, moody and untouchably glamorous fantasy worlds inhabited by tantalizing sirens and temptresses. inhabited by tantalizing sirens and temptresses.

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