Daniel Kruger: Schmuck 1974 - 2014 Jewellery: Between Nature and ArtificeVery rarely does a jewellery artist manage to find new pictorial worlds of such a personal nature during the course of their creative work so freely and unencumbered as Daniel Kruger (born 1951, South Africa). His experiments w..
David Bielander: Twenty Years. 2016-1996The first comprehensive review of a multi-award-winning artist renowned for his impact on contemporary art jewelryA selection of essays exploring the many facets of Bielander’s workAccompanies the exhibition Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains in..
David Watkins: Artist in JewelleryFor years David Watkins has been a primal force to be reckoned with in contemporary jewellery design, a mover and shaker in this new international medium. This book is just what the retrospective aficionados of art jewellery have been waiting for.Watkins is the meda..
Denver Art Museums: Collection Highlights Published to celebrate the opening of the Denver Art Museum’s newly renovated campusFeaturing highlights from a collection of over 70,000 worksPublished to celebrate the opening of the Denver Art Museum’s newly renovated campus, this stunning volume hig..
Design Engineering : Sustainable and HolisticThe book describes the potential of both design objects and concepts, as well as design as a process, with a strong focus on the process of design engineering in the past, present and future. The book makes a stance by referring to historic and current de..
Diamonds Across Time: Facets of MankindDiamonds Across Time features ten essays by scholars in love with the stoneThey present new discoveries, explore historic collections, investigate the trade in diamonds, explain the spectrum of colors, and, most important, discuss the human stories that underpi..
Eugène Atget. ParisA flâneur and photographer at once, Eugène Atget (1857–1927) was obsessed with walking the streets. After trying his hand at painting and acting, the native of Libourne turned to photography and moved to Paris. He supplied studies for painters, architects, and stage designers, but..
Explorers, First Collectors and Traders of Textiles : From Egypt of the 1st millennium ADIts dry climate means that Egypt boasts an exceptionally rich heritage of preserved ancient textiles. Since 1996, the international research group Textiles from the Nile Valley has been studying these Roman, Byz..
Fashioning KimonoFashioning Kimono focuses on 150 Japanese garments dating from the late 19th to the early 20th centuries, taken from the renowned Montgomery Collection, which includes informal kimonos for both women and men, haori jackets, under-garments, ceremonial and formal clothes, and children..
Film NoirWhether it’s Double Indemnity, Kiss Me Deadly, or The Big Sleep, roam a screen world of dark and brooding elegance with this essential handbook to Film Noir. From private eyes and perfect crimes to corrupt cops and doomed affairs, editors Paul Duncan and Jürgen Müller examine noir’s key the..
Fit for a Queen: Her Majesty Queen Sirikit s Creations by BalmainA tribute to a unique collaboration which led to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand being voted one of the world s most beautiful and best dressed womenThis beautiful book by well-known textile historian and conservateur Melissa Lev..
Food & Drink Infographics. A Visual Guide to Culinary PleasuresAmid our ever-growing consumption of data visualization, nothing makes for tastier morsels than the fine art of food and dining. Ushering the cookbook into the future, this volume gathers together the best infographics of all things ..