Booth-Clibborn Editions

Booth-Clibborn Editions
With its longstanding reputation for publishing and with an outstanding list on the fine, media and decorative arts and at the cutting edge, Booth-Clibborn Editions continues to be in demand internationally to produce diverse and exciting titles on a wide range of subjects. Each title is treated as an individual project, ensuring that the design complements the content. This search for excellence results in books that are admired around the world.

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  • Staging a Revolution: The Art of Persuasion in the Islamic Republic of Iran

    A visual survey of the public myths and collective symbols used in the making of the Islamic Revolution in Iran and the subsequent war with Iraq. The book traces a remarkable period of history in which the power of words and images successfully challenged the military might of an established state, setting forth an avalanche of public sentiment that led to revolution. Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Highflyers: Clubravepartyart

    This unique collection of radical club culture design forms an authoritative record of some of the most innovative flyers to come out of the UK's post-House Dance scene. Learn More

    Starting at: £16.95

  • Fax You: Urgent Images, the Graphic Language of the Fax

    A unique survey of a new graphic language, this was the world's first book of fax art. It examines the output and influence of the fax as a creative tool by collating the most inventive responses to a call for entries sent to hundreds of international artists, designers, architects, film-makers and musicians. Learn More

    Starting at: £16.95

  • Transit: Marco Brambilla

    Composed of colour photographs taken in and around national and international airports, this volume presents graphic design related to air travel. The film director Marco Brambilla has taken images from the highly coded systems and endless architectural stop-and-go points of the modern airport. These photographs celebrate the ordinary, offering insight into these often overlooked utilitarian places of transit. Learn More

    Starting at: £18.50

  • French Art at the Hermitage: Bouguereau to Matisse 1860-1950

    A comprehensive survey of the Hermitage Museum's collection of French art from 1860 to 1950. This collection comprises paintings, sculptures and drawings by many significant artists of this period, as well as works by early Salon artists who were highly regarded in their day but are now less well known. As well as the Monets, Renoirs and Cezannes which make the Hermitage famous, this survey features many works that are kept in storage at the museum, and little-known images from the backs of some of the works. Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Dazed and Confused

    London-based 'Dazed and Confused' magazine started life as a group voice for the capital's exploding creative scene. This volume combines the best of past 'Dazed' editorial and images with new commissions from fashion photographers, artists and documentary photographers. Contributors include Nick Night, Araki, Donna Trope, Rankin, Phil Poynter, Matt Collishaw, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Mike Kelly, Takashi Homma, Sam Taylor-Wood and Gillian Wearing. Learn More

    Starting at: £39.95

  • Why 2k?: Anthology for a New Era

    A visual and textual mosaic to celebrate and question the new millennium. Presenting a series of themes rather than giving any answers, it brings together found and commissioned images with writing from some of Britain's leading authors. Included are Derek Jarman, Michele Roberts, Steve Aylet, Louis de Bernieres, James Kelman and Robert Harris as well as historians Raphael Samuel and Eric Hobsbawn. Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Future Present: Millennium Products from the Design Council

    This volume documents a selection of items from the Millennium Products' chosen by the UK's Design Council as a showcase of ground-breaking work by Britain's leading designers, inventors, manufacturers and retailers. These products exemplify fantastical, futuristic or radically simple solutions to age-old problems and everyday needs. The book fuses visual documentation of the development and practice of these award-winning ideas with in-depth interviews and comments from the inventors, designers, manufacturers and, crucially, the end-users themselves' Learn More

    Starting at: £29.95

  • Dome: A Photographic Record of the Millennium Dome

    A photographic record of the architecture and engineering of the Millennium Dome. The book documents the building process of the dome at every stage, from its inspirational inception to its finished state. Specially-commissioned photographs, architectural drawings, maps, plans and computer models are included. Each image is captioned with a date and a brief explanation of the construction process featured. Learn More

    Starting at: £9.95

  • General Knowledge

    This volume gathers Stephen Bayley's collected writings on design. Since the late 1970s, Bayley has advised Sir Terence Conran, created the influential Boilerhouse Project at the Victoria and Albert Museum, directed London's Design Museum and advised the Labour government. His journalism, although best known for covering taste and design in the widest meaning of the words, has also delved into a much wider range of issues related to popular culture, car culture, art and society. The book groups early academic pieces, essays from exhibition catalogues and book extracts. Learn More

    Starting at: £19.95

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