This volume on eco-architecture highlights the most creative examples of sustainable dwellings that span some of the most striking and remote locations across the globe, from modernist shacks in Australia to tree houses nestled in Patagonia. The Bauhaus school was founded years ago, and this book features facsimiles of the school journal where many of the soon-to-be icons of modern art and architecture — Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Gerrit Rietveld, and more — were forging their perspectives and debating the future of design. The resulting cookbook, with over 75 recipes and dozens of bright, full-page photographs, is as bold as the recipes themselves, like kumquat custard, mulberry granita, and pear, myrtle, and ginger sorbet.
Leanne Shapton is an artist and graphic novelist, whose debut work, Was She Pretty?
Shapton has produced consistently great work ever since, and her new title, Guestbook , is no exception. Here, she offers over two-dozen unsettling stories — of ghosts, hauntings, and loss — all with a touch of humor. During the second Harlem Renaissance, Brathwaite and his brother Elombe Brath founded the African Jazz Arts Society and Studios and the Grandassa Models, a modeling agency for black women founded to challenge white beauty standards. And weighing in on the merits of each dish on the highly debatable list are a slew of food writers, chefs, and other personalities, including Eric Ripert, Yotam Ottolenghi, Gail Simmons, and even Dr.
Art historian, Picasso biographer, and bon vivant John Richardson invites readers into his homes.
Think palak paneer made with feta cheese and roti pizza. Fifty years after the Stonewall Riots, the works of many key artists who sparked the LGBT movement for equality remain relatively unknown. This book seeks to put those works and the artists who made them on center stage. The Atlas of Rare and Familiar Colour , through its meticulously photographed jars of powders, herbs, and minerals, tells the story behind a large selection of the most impressive pigments in the collection and how they were used to create world famous artworks. A chronological exploration of the life of the famous Vogue fashion director, from her time as a special assistant to Diana Vreeland at The Costume Institute at the Met, to the first fashion picture she did for The New York Times with Helmut Newton, of a model in a bathing suit at the University of Miami Olympic swimming pool.
Here, founder Erica Feldmann brings her wisdom to the masses with a guide to housewarming with a touch of magic you might find the ancient home-healing spells useful for breaking ground in a new place.
The best coffee-table books provide some much-needed respite from computer and phone screens, and this one is no exception. Most restaurateurs and chefs put as much thought into the plates and bowls a meal is served on as into the food itself, and Delicious Places is a celebration of these little design details that make a restaurant feel extraordinary. Rather than focus on menus, this book highlights the varied and sumptuous interiors of restaurants around the world that also happen to make world-class food. With mid-century modern furniture plastered all over Instagram and Pinterest, consider studying up on Herman Miller, the furniture company that produced some of the most iconic designs of that era.
This book features over images of installations and video works belonging to the mercurial artist and musician Brian Eno. And in addition to the interviews, essays, and photographs, Eno has composed an accompanying piece of downloadable music. Eno is the master of ambient music.
Coffee table books are a bit like ambient literature. This is a match made in heaven. Joel Grey made his career acting, singing, dancing, and starring in Broadway classics like Cabaret , Chicago , Wicked , and Anything Goes. But in this book , Grey wants to show us his quieter passion: flowers. Mary Ellen Mark spent decades training her unflinching gaze upon the vulnerable and destitute subjects in her black-and-white portraits.
Following her death in , this new anthology of her work turns the lens on her. Thousands of contact sheets and millions of frames were pored over and whittled down to this stunning collection of over images, lovingly pieced together by her husband, director Martin Bell, and padded with anecdotes from friends and collaborators.
Alex Katz has exhibited paintings in hundreds of solo and group exhibitions over the span of his year-long career. Each essay or interview sheds light on his inspirations, his painterly technique and his influence on contemporary artists. Long before cats won the internet , photographer Walter Chandoha spent decades snapping portraits of felines, capturing all of their lovable, elegant, and at times mischievous energy.
Though Donald Judd is very much an American artist, he owned a house near Lucerne and regularly worked and exhibited in Switzerland from the s until his death in This Journal is unlike all our others because it includes a daily "picture study" and more opportunities for blooming writers to develop writing skills. This journal would be a good choice for an older student who enjoys storytelling and can read and write on a 4th grade level or higher.
Homeschooling for Girls - Winter Homeschooling Journal. Ages 9 to 17 Homeschooling Girls Volume 3. Ages 9 to 12 - Fun-Schooling Journal. The Hyper-Active Homeschool Journal. This homeschooling method is designed for hyper-active learners! Isn't that wonderful news? Mom can relax and the kids can have a ton of fun learning! This workbook provides 4 hours of active homeschooling activities every day for 6 weeks! This beautiful workbook allows your creative student to have a customized education without creating a lot of extra work for parents.
Ages Fun-Schooling Journal. Homeschooling should be fun!
Learning should be delightful! Our Homeschooling Journals are designed to ignite a passion for books, creativity and delight directed learning. Ages 3 to 7 Fun-Schooling Journal. Prepare your youngest homeschoolers for learning while giving them freedom and flexibility to learn what they enjoy.
Grades 6 to 8 - Fun-Schooling Journal. Kitty Doodle's Homeschooling Curriculum. Homeschooling for Cat Lovers!
Study up to 9 subjects, while having fun. Playful and artistic students will love the chance to doodle and draw cats all over their schoolwork. A Homeschooling Journal for 2! It has over pages, but it can easily fit in a small purse or travel bag. It is on 5. This fat little journal is very compact and is easy to travel with! The word "Dyslexia" is not referred to in the actual journal because it can be used for all students, not just people with Dyslexia.
This book may be too small for people with vision problems. This Teen Journal will give your son the freedom to pick and choose his own schoolbooks, give him the guidance he needs and minimal help from an adult. This Teen Journal will give your son or daughter the freedom to pick and choose their own schoolbooks, give them the guidance they need and minimal help from an adult. This is a book for children who are getting ready to learn how to read and write. The poetry, art and logic activities are designed to prepare the child with the skills necessary for reading, writing, spelling and symbolic learning.
Do It Yourself Homeschool Journal 3. Now your child can turn any stack of books into a homeschooling curriculum. This unschooling handbook is an activity book and daily journal that allows your student to have a customized education without creating a lot of extra work for parents.
All About Horses - Homeschooling Journal. Your child can color the cover! A Delight Directed Learning Guide to inspire your child to take learning seriously, and develop reading, writing, spelling, and drawing skills. For Age 8 to Do It Yourself Homeschool Journal. This handbook is an activity book and daily journal that allows your student to have a customized education without creating a lot of extra work for parents.
A Homeschooling Journal for Horse Lovers! This Journal has a special focus on learning through logic and creativity!! It also covers every required subject! This is a Fun-Schooling Curriculum Core Journal that covers almost every required subject while the child learns about space!
Homeschooling Boys - Library Based Journal.
Our Homeschooling Journals are designed to ignite a passion for learning. This curriculum is designed for curious and active children who learn through play and discovery.
Children who are not interested in traditional schoolwork will love this method of learning, because it's fun! This is a fun-spelling journal for kindergarten to 1st grade, or for children of all ages who have dyslexia and are learning how to read and write. Christian Family Homeschooling Curriculum. Volume 2.