A new illustrated book by Rop van Mierlo looks set to be as successful as the Design Academy Eindhoven graduate's first. "Some Logic" presents a whole new set of animals to young and old readers alike using the same wet paper and paint technique introduced in "Wild Animals".
Where did all this storytelling come from? Why are so many professionals suddenly so eager to spread the storytelling gospel? And who blazed the trail for an Age of Storytelling in mainstream communication?
A new book just published explores where design will take us in the future: Design Transitions.
After weeks of waiting the very first edition of PUPMAG finally fell on our doormat this week, and it was no disappointment. With an abundance of young talent and interviews with established designers – not to mention great photography – this publication has set the bar high.
Design journalist Jeroen Junte follows up his earlier publication on Dutch design with a new book which observes the thin line between art and design. In This is Design? we look at the evolution of design into more than a functional object.
A delightful and feminist romp through the well-known tale of Coco Chanel’s iconoclastic rise to fashion prominence is the subject of Annemarie van Haeringen new children’s book.
Delft University of Technology has published its methodology on design in a new reader called the “Delft Design Guide”. An earlier version of the reader used to be available online – the new, expanded 2013 edition is in print only.
Graphic designer Anthon Beeke is celebrated with a glorious overview of his work: "It’s a miracle!" Various writers explore the provocations, eroticism, poetry as well as other aspects of his life and work.
If you want an overview of all the designers presenting at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, simply grab a free copy of Connecting the Dots and your every need will be met.
Trend forecaster Li Edelkoort takes us into the weird world of contemporary fetishism in her latest publication named Fetishism in Fashion.