Design Issues: Volume 20, Number 4 Autumn 2004
Mary Catharine Johnsen
Arend Bandsma and Robin Brandt. Flatweaves of
Turkey. New York: Phillip Wilson Publishers, distrib-
uted by Palgrave Global Publishing at St. Martin’s
Press, 2004. ISBN 0-85667-528-8 (hardcover); 164 pages;
color illustrations, index.
Information for collectors on kilim patterns,
dyes, and weaving techniques of the Turkic and
Kurdish nomadic groups.
Robert P. Bareikis and Daniel Piersol. Visions from the
Soul: the Woodcuts of Hans Friedrich Grohs. Seattle:
University of Washington Press for New Orleans
Museum of Art, 2003. ISBN 0-89494-088-0 (paperback);
112 pages, 81 illustrations.
Catalog for traveling exhibition of woodcuts
by German Expressionist who used the Dance of Death
theme to show the wars and strife that he experienced
“The Beauty of Life” William Morris & The Art of
Design” Edited by Diane Waggoner. New York: Thames
& Hudson, Inc. 2003. ISBN 0-500-28434-2 (paperback);
176 pages, 128 illustrations, index.
Catalog for exhibit at The Huntington Library,
Art Collections and Botanical Gardens and then at the
Yale Center for British Art. Essays by noted scholars on
Morris as designer, the legacy of Morris & Company,
and his influence on American Arts & Crafts. 80 color
Beverly Bundy. The Century in Food: America’s Fads
and Favorites. Portland, OR: Collectors Press, 2002.
ISBN 1-888054-67-0 (hardcover); 192 pages color +
black & white illustrations; index.
“A look at the inventions, innovations, and
ingenuity that fueled American appetites”—Intro. p. 4.
In addition to the above, this book is good for a study
of the logos and advertising for some of the 25,000 new
food products introduced each year.
Geoffrey Caban. World Graphic Design: Contemporary
Graphics from Africa, the Far East, Latin America
and the Middle East. London, New York: Merrell
Publishers Ltd, 2004. ISBN 1-85894-219-5 (hardcover);
160 pages, 250 color illustrations, index.
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