VIP Vision in Design
A Guidebook for Innovators
Paperback ISBN: 9063693710
A guidebook for innovators. The authors, design practitioners and educators bringing together 15 years of knowledge in this publication have produced the first book on how designers can formulate a vision for new and appropriate products. They call this approach Vision in Product Design ViP.
Aart Van Asseldonk - Designer of the Miraculous
Hardcover ISBN: 9402601406
Every now and then, the design world needs a creative madman who stirs things up and helps redefine the cultural agenda. In that sence, this book about Aart van Asseldonk's work arrives exactly the right moment. He is famous from the Duch design week to the Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Inside the Machine
Art and Invention in the Electronic Age
Hardcover ISBN: 0393083594
In a visual history of the electronic age, the brilliant innovations of the 20th century are brought to life through art and images of electronics, tracing the advances and practical revolutions in automation, bionics, computer language and cybernetics.
100 Designs for a Modern World
Hardcover ISBN: 0847848329
The first book on one of the leading collections of modern industrial design. A must-have for lovers of modernism, this is an accessible but authoritative introduction to the field. From the second industrial revolution to the start of the digital revolution, industrial design has played a major role in shaping society and the everyday objects used for living, working, and traveling. As factories transitioned from manufacturing machines for war to mass-produced goods, industrial design evolved to meet the needs of a quickly growing consumer economy. 100 Designs for a Modern World is a curated overview of the most influential pieces of modern industrial design from 1900 to the present day. George R. Kravis II has collected some of the most innovative and memorable products—including, for example, the Silver Streak glass iron—that contributed to this radical transformation of global culture. This book presents one hundred exceptionally designed objects: chairs, radios, irons, electric clocks, ceramic tableware, textiles, posters, and other graphic designs. The chronological organization generates a history of industrial design since the turn of the twentieth century. With an introduction by design historian Penny Sparke, this book is an authoritative reference on industrial design in the twentieth and early-twentyfirst centuries. Meticulously selected and beautifully photographed, this elegant book is both an informative guide and a source of inspiration for collectors and enthusiasts of modern industrial design.
3D Printer Projects for Makerspaces
Paperback ISBN: 1259860388
Learn To Model and Print 3D Designs?No Experience Required! This easy-to-follow guide features twenty 3D printing projects for makers of all skill levels to enjoy. Written in a tutorial, step-by-step manner, 3D Printer Projects for Makerspaces shows how to use Fusion 360, SketchUp, Meshmixer, Remake, and Inkscape to create fun and useful things. Scanning, slicers, silicone molds, settings, and build plate orientation are also covered, as well as post-processing methods that will make your prints really pop! Inside, you’ll learn to model, analyze and print a: • Phone case • Coin bank • Art stencil • Cookie cutter • Cookie dunker • Personalized key fob • Lens cap holder • Lithophane night light • Pencil cup with applied sketch • Business card with QR code • Bronze pendant • Soap mold • Hanging lamp shade • Scanned Buddha charm • And more!