• Author: Hunter Grant, Burkhart Jon

    Peter Hyde As the media landscape becomes fragmented, the traditional advertising creative department is changing, and agencies are finding new ways to articulate clear, relevant, innovative, and memorable advertising. They are newsjacking―using topicality, social media, and viral techniques to create fresh and effective advertising.

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    Peter Hyde The first colouring book to take its inspiration from the most creative images imaginable: the world’s greatest artworks.

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  • Author: Guilbert Nicolas

    Peter Hyde This book captures every aspect of Paris and its inhabitants: urban acrobats take to the streets, a sandaled nun crosses the capital on a city bike, extravagant partygoers strike memorable silhouettes during gay pride, children frolic in city fountains on a steamy summer day, and aging friends enjoy an aperitif at Les Deux Magots.

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    Author: Various

    Peter Hyde This project is also a sort of mental outburst." Each issue of the magazine features full spreads of surrealistic color photographs, shot in the slick style and eye-popping hues of commercial photography, unencumbered and unmediated by text. Despite Cattelan's alleged retirement from art, Toilet Paper has shown no signs of slowing down.

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    Author: Greenfield Lois

    Peter Hyde Over the past 40 years, Lois Greenfield has earned a reputation as one of the world’s most accomplished and respected photographers of human motion. Her images of dancers in mid-flight or mid-movement are astonishingly beautiful and capture the magic of dance in a unique way. 

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  • Author: Roberts Hilary

    Peter Hyde The first in-depth look at Lee Miller's perspective on women in the Second World War, as seen through her photography and commentary from experts in the field. 

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    Author: Various

    Peter Hyde how art is designed the visual language of art; how art is made the media and processes, covering everything from painting and sculpture to graphic design, digital media, film and installations; the history of art, from prehistoric times to the twenty-first century and including art from all parts of the world; and major themes that recur...

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    Author: Ractliffe Jo

    Peter Hyde Since 2007, South African photographer Jo Ractcliffe (born 1961) has focused on the aftermath of the war in Angola, particularly in Pomfret, Kimberley and Riemvasmaak, examining the intersection of the apartheid era with today's democracy. This volume gathers her documentation.

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    South African This book is written as an attempt to understand what psychological factors played a dominant role and undoubtedly contributed to Afrikaners creating apartheid in 1948 – a fatal choice of radical and humiliating race segregation. The book follows their tracks from 1795 to 1948.

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    South African  The First Graphic Autobiography by a black South African.

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    Art Tseng has worked with some of today’s most genre-defying visual artists and designers whose work extends well beyond skateboard culture. From sneaker and apparel design to product packaging, posters, high-profile ad campaigns and fine art galleries, the work of these artists is often recognizable, though their creators’ names remain unknown, until now. 

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    BIB WOODSTOCK: SOUTH AFRICAN

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    Dvd In this hilarious and heart warming animated adventure, Horton is a fun loving  elephant who hears a cru for help coming from a speck of dust floating  through the air. He soon discovers the speck is home to Who-ville, a city inhabited by tiny people in big trouble...

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    DVD The boundless imagination of the man behind "Peter Pan" and the poignancy of his journey … 

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    South African This book celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1956 women’s march on the Union Buildings. It provides a dramatic and unprecedented showcase of photographic talent, from the early pioneers of social documentary, including Anne Fischer and Constance Stuart Larrabee, to the challenging images created by women in South Africa today. 75...

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    Music The life and times of singer/songwriter George Michael, a study of fame, power and insecurity.

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    Design This is the first career monograph from graphic Designer Bierut. Using examples from a portfolio spanning five decades, he provides the answers, describing three dozen projects from start to finish, with insights into the creative process, his working life, his relationship with clients and the challenges that any creative person faces in bringing...

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    Art Watercolour - Equipment - Washes - Masking - Approaches - Oils - Making the most of your paints - Basic techniques - Light and shade - Broken paint - Texture - Human figure - Acrylics - Hue - Further techniques.

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