by Ellen Lupton (Editor), J. Abbott Miller (Editor)
The Bauhaus, the illustrious school in Dessau, Germany, revolutionised architecture and design worldwide. When it was first published in 1991, this book broke new ground by incorporating psychoanalysis, geometry, early childhood education, and popular culture into the conventional political history of the Bauhaus. Additionally, The ABC’s of Triangle, Square, Circle introduced two young designers, Ellen Lupton and J. Abbott Miller, whose multidisciplinary approach revolutionised design writing and research. This collection of visually and intellectually stimulating essays, with a new preface by Lupton and Miller, is a must-read for educators and students.
You may also be interested in
by Ellen Lupton As with good storytelling, good design brings ideas to life. Ellen Lupton’s latest book is a creative thinking playbook showing designers how to use storytelling techniques to create satisfying graphics, products, services, and experiences. Whether they’re making a digital application or a data-rich publication, designers invite users to enter a scene and discover what’s there.
Posturing is a celebration of haphazard, surreal and aesthetically odd contemporary fashion photography – Encyclopedia of Design
By Shonagh Marshall Beginning with the exhibition Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion, the duo later commissioned Coco Capitán to respond to the theme resulting in the film Filming the Body in Fashion, now finally landing on the release of this book: Posturing: Writing the Body in Fashion.