Book Recommendations by: Ivan Ong
Hello, Ivan! Can you recommend us some books?
1. Rosa, Simone Gooch & Derek Henderson
Rosa, to me, is an amalgamation of what I love to do, floristry with set styling. Not to mention, this is probably just a snippet of the variety of roses that exist in this world! Apart from the lovely imagery, there is a glossary of the species of roses used and there is an interview with a nursery that dedicated their lives to roses.Read more →
Book Recommendations by: ila
Hello, ila! Can you recommend us some books?
1. rules for photographing a scoliotic patient, Woong Soak Teng
rules for photographing a scoliotic patient is a wonderful mix of archival materials, personal encounters and playful design. Definitely something I can return to again and again...Read more →
Book Recommendations by: Lai Yu Tong
Hello, Yu Tong! Can you recommend us some books?
1. An unreliable guidebook to jewellery, Lisa Walker
I like when artists do not take themselves too seriously when they talk about their work and Lisa Walker is very good at that. I like that the fonts in the book are super big and she often doesn't say much. I haven't thought much about jewellery before but was amazed…Read more →
Book Recommendations by: Liu Liling
Hello, Liling! Can you recommend us some books?
1. Pig 05049, Christien Meindertsma
I was first drawn to this because of the plug on the book’s spine. It is a very informative compilation of consumables and oddities (sandpaper, bone china figurines...) made from a pig's body parts.Read more →
Book Recommendations by: Berny Tan
Hello, Berny! Can you recommend us three titles?
1. Science of the Secondary: Bin + Rubbish Bundle, Atelier HOKO
The latest in Atelier HOKO's long-running Science of the Secondary series, these are companion publications that unfold the forms, gestures, and intents of what we throw away, making us conscious of…Read more →
Book Recommendations by: Aki Hassan
Hello, Aki! Can you recommend us three titles?
1. Flavour of the Day, Tae Parvit
This book by Tae Parvit is beautifully put together. I love it when drawings feel like they are fleeting on their own but are also able to ground themselves in a collective.Read more →
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