Featuring work by Georgia O'Keeffe, Horses Skull With White Rose, 1931.
She by Kate Spade. Published by Abrams in 2017.
Featuring work by Erich Heckel, Figure Sketch, 1927 & Max Beckmann, Sleeping Athlete, 1946.
Iggy Pop Life Class: A Project by Jeremy Deller. Published in 2016 by the Brooklyn Museum in association with Heni Publishing, London on the occasion of the exhibition Iggy Pop Life Class at the Brooklyn Museum, New York.
Feature work by Agnes Martin, Lee Krasner, Pablo Picasso, Giorgio de Chirico, Paul Klee, Hans (Jean) Arp, Andy Warhol, Giacomo Balla, Fernand Léger, Kurt Schwitters, Josef Müller-Brockmann, Henri Matisse & Barnett Newman.
The Quilt Design Coloring Workbook: 91 Modern Art–Inspired Designs and Exercisesby Thomas Knauer. Published by Storey Publishing in August 2016.
Featuring work by Jacob Lawrence, Brooklyn Stoop, 1967.
Gia Reader Vol. 29 No. 1, Winter 2018, by "Grantmakers in the Arts"
Featuring work by Henri Matisse, The Snail, 1953.
Snail Poems by Eric Sneathen. Published by Small Press Distribution in 2016.
featuring Jackson Pollock, The Moon Woman Cuts the Circle, 1942.
Cover from Wayne Peterson's "Transformations" album.
Featuring work by Alexander Calder, Mobile, 1941.
Designing for People: An Introduction to Human Factors Engineering 3rd Edition by John D. Lee, Chistopher D. Wickens , Yili Liu, Linda NG Boyle. Published by CreateSpace in 2017.
Featuring work by Andy Warhol.
Like Andy Warhol by Jonathan Flatley. Published by the University of Chicago Press in 2017.
Featuring work by Donald Judd.
A Dialogue ~ Donald Judd, Roy Lichtenstein & Kenneth Noland. Published by Castelli in the occasion of the "Donald Judd, Roy Lichtenstein, Kenneth Noland: A Dialogue" at the CASTELLI GALLERY.
Featuring work by Pablo Picasso.
Picasso Bull: A Flipbook by Fliptomania.
This flipbook shows an amazing sequence of Picasso bull lithographs.
A new facsimile of Fortunato Depero's monograph, Depero Futurista—also known as The Bolted Book by Fortunato Depero .
The Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero designed The Bolted Book as a kind of portable museum or calling card, a portfolio of his career to date—including paintings, sculptures, textile and architectural designs, theater and advertising work, wordplays, manifestoes, and reviews he received in many different languages. It is at the same time a showcase of his skills as a designer and typographical wizard.