Thinking with Type
Lupton’s encyclopedic knowledge of typographic form and history endows her writing with a supreme readability. This book, written as a primer for design students, should be required reading for anyone with a personal computer.
A graphic-design-loving foodie's dream, this beautiful black-and-white book is part art book, part history book, part cookbook. The Geometry of Pasta, by Caz Hildebrand and Jacob Kenedy, is made up of an alphabetical presentation of pasta shapes, accompanied with recipes ideal for each type of noodle.
Poynor provides readers with a compre-hensive overview of the origins of graphic design, postmodernism, and deconstructionism in the digital age.
Using wide-ranging topics including business, art, economics, history, war, politics, film, and books, Bierut explores the relationship between graphic design and the
multiple facets of contemporary culture.