The Syntax of Objects (revised)
The Syntax of Objects (revised)
The Syntax of Objects is an intimate book of prose that celebrates the nature of objects that touch us both externally and emotionally. Time becomes elastic as you dip into this book for a reminder of the profound influence a simple object can have on your senses and memory.   Tim McCreight | Brynmorgen Press | 2005 168 Pages | 4.5 x 6.75 Inches Duotone | Hard cover | Stitched Binding    
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Design Language: Interpretive Edition
Design Language: Interpretive Edition
Design Language Interpretive Edition is yet another richly illustrated guidebook produced by publisher, master goldsmith, and revered teacher, Tim McCreight. This full-color, soft cover book will be a constant and timeless resource for designers and artists of all disciplines. Tim McCreight | Brynmorgen Press | 2006 136 Pages | 8 x 8 Inches Full-color | Soft Cover | Stitched Binding
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dis/appear (signed catalogue)
dis/appear (signed catalogue)
From the Introduction… In dis/appear, Lissa Hunter addresses the often mysterious realms of gain and loss which we come to know and understand our lives. We notice when something disappears. We can lose mundane material items like car keys and eye glasses. We can forget last night’s dream when w were flying over the world at dusk, as if this were the most natural way to travel… –Stu Kestenbaum   Published by Nancy Margolis | Essay by Stu Kestenbaum | 2004 Soft Cover | Stapled Binding 38 Pages | Full-color | 8 x 8 Inches
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Lissa Hunter: Stories (signed catalogue)
Lissa Hunter: Stories (signed catalogue)
In other words, Hunter’s work provides the occasion for stories, the impetus to imagine or invent them. Faux or not, her different dialects almost beg for translation and in the process you find yourself looking for the words, the baskets, the rocks, the entire work, to mean something—to signify as well as be. It’s conceptual art at its best—not the illustration of an idea you can parse, but the suggestion that certain kinds of meaning are beyond words. -Dennis Jarret   Published by the Munson Gallery | Essay by Dennis Jarrett | 2000 Soft cover | Stapled Binding 38 Pages | Full-color | 8 x 8 Inches
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Lissa Hunter: Histories Real & Imagined
Lissa Hunter: Histories Real & Imagined
This ambitious volume is the most comprehensive collection of Lissa Hunter’s artwork to date, with a careful arrangement of over 200 color images, including never-before-published writings and drawings by the artist. Thoughtfully written and designed, this book captures Hunter’s process in a most sensitive, yet straightforward manner. From each page, Hunter’s work hums with powerful imagery that is at once life-affirming and thought-provoking.   Want to know even more about Lissa Hunter? Click here to visit her lovely website.
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Design in Mind: A Coloring Book for Kids of All Ages
Design in Mind: A Coloring Book for Kids of All Ages
Would you believe me if I told you that a coloring book can offer children a way to expand their vocabulary, learn the language of design, and create their own designs? Design in Mind: A coloring book for kids of all ages is a workbook that goes beyond conventional coloring books and presents a fun and interactive approach to learning basic design principles while developing vocabulary and confidence. This book is designed to be interactive and challenging. Presented with bold black and white designs and simple language, you can get started on:
  • Learning words that are used to talk about art and design
  • Discovering the surprising and ordinary places design can be found
  • Creating your own designs
  • Making connections between different kinds of art
Abby Johnston | Upala Press | 2010 Soft Cover | Layflat Coiled Binding 42 Pages | Black & White | 8.5 x 11 Inches
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