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253 pages : chiefly illustrations (mostly color) ; 26 cm
  • Welcome
  • Growing up
  • Leaving the nest
  • Gainful employment
  • Independence
  • Risky business
  • DDC merch
  • Fields notes
  • Rock-n-roll efforts
  • Logos, logos, logos
  • The open road
  • Rescue efforts
  • Multiple impressions
  • Sharing the mess
  • Thick lines
  • DDC factory floor
  • Tall tales world tour
  • Dad
  • Mom
  • Appreciation.
Esquire. Ford Motors. The Obama Administration. Burton Snowboards. While all of these brands are vastly different, they share at least one thing in common: Aaron Draplin. The man behind developing the aesthetic and identity of these brands, Aaron Draplin is one of the new school of influential graphic designers who combines the power of design, social media, entrepreneurship, and DIY aesthetic to create a successful business and way of life. Draplin Design Co. is a mid-career survey of work, case studies, inspiration, road stories, lists, maps, how-tos, and advice. It includes examples of his work--posters, record covers, logos--and presents the process behind his design with projects like Field Notes and the Things We Love "State" Posters. Draplin also offers valuable advice and hilarious commentary that illustrates how much more goes into design than just what appears on the page. With Draplin's humour and pointed observations on the contemporary design scene, Draplin Design Co. is the complete package for the new generation of designers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781419720178 20170109
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-805S-01
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320 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
  • How to be a graphic designer in the middle of nowhere : an introduction
  • How to think with your hands : four decades of notebooks
  • How to destroy the world with graphic design : American Institute of Graphic Arts
  • How to have an idea : The International Design Center, New York
  • How to transcend style : American Center for Design
  • How to create identity without a logo : Brooklyn Academy of Music
  • How to invent a town that was always there : Celebration, Florida
  • How to work for free : Parallax Theater
  • How to raise a billion dollars : Princeton University
  • How to win a close game : New York Jets
  • How to be good : The Good Diner
  • How to run a marathon : the Architectural League of New York
  • How to avoid the obvious : Minnesota Children's Museum
  • How to avoid doomsday : Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
  • How to be fashionably timeless : Saks Fifth Avenue
  • How to cross cultures : New York University Abu Dhabi
  • How to behave in church : the Cathedral Church of St.John the Divine
  • How to disorient an architect : Yale University School of Architecture
  • How to put a big sign on a glass building without blocking the view : the New York Times Building
  • How to make a museum mad : Museum of Arts and Design
  • How to judge a book : covers and jackets
  • How to make a mark : logotypes and symbols
  • How to squash a vote : the voting booth project
  • How to travel through time : Lever House
  • How to pack for a long flight : United Airlines
  • How to have fun with a brown cardboard box : Nuts.com
  • How to shut up and listen : New World Symphony
  • How to top the charts : Billboard
  • How to convince people : Ted
  • How to get where you want to be : New York City Department of Transportation
  • How to investigate a murder : a wilderness of error
  • How to be who you are : Mohawk Fine Papers
  • How to get the passion back : American Institute of Architects
  • How to make news : Charlie Rose
  • How to set a table : The restaurants of Bobby Flay
  • How to survive on an island : Governors Island
  • How to design two dozen logos at once : MIT Media Lab
  • How to save the world with graphic design : the Robin Hood Foundation's library initiative.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-805S-01
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247 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
  • Meet the artists
  • Part I: The Art of Law. Inside the world of court art
  • Charcoal and cameras : playing by the rules of law
  • Part II: Sensational Trials. Jack Ruby : a shot too far
  • The Black Panther 21 : fear rising
  • Charles Manson : helter skelter murders grip Hollywood
  • Watergate : dirty deeds in D.C.
  • Patty Hearst : heiress as urban guerilla
  • David Berkowitz : the Son of Sam murders
  • John DeLorean : "let's go to the videotape!"
  • The Mafia trials : bringing down the bosses
  • Preppie murderer Robert Chambers : putting victims on trial
  • Iran-Contra : the perils of the covert and clandestine
  • O. J. Simpson : an infamous "not guilty" verdict, a civil justice coda
  • Martha Stewart : domestic diva in hot water
  • Michael Jackson : troubled idol
  • Bernard Madoff : America's most vilified
  • Part III: All the World's a Stage. Terrorism in the homeland
  • Legal eagles : the power players
  • Dirty money : how the mighty insiders have fallen
  • Gunshots rang out
  • May it please the highest court in the land : the Supreme Court of the United States.
"The first collection of the work of five of the most celebrated courtroom artists: Howard Brodie, Aggie Kenny, Bill Robles, Richard Tomlinson and Elizabeth Williams"-- Back cover.
Law Library (Crown)
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125 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Foreword / by Tim Kevan
  • Introduction
  • The characters
  • Law school
  • Pupillage
  • Junior bar
  • Queen's Counsel
  • Law firm associates
  • Law firm partners
  • In the courts
  • Clients
  • Lawyers at home
  • Lawyers on holiday
  • Life beyond law.
Law Library (Crown)
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171 p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 28 cm
  • Binyam Mohamed
  • David Hicks / by Jane Sutton
  • Omar Khadr / by Michelle Shephard
  • On Janet Hamlin / by Lt. Col. Jon Jackson, J.A.G. Defense
  • Salim Hamdan
  • Courtroom 2 : the expeditionary legal complex
  • Ali Hamza al Bahlul
  • Al Qosi
  • Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and "the nose"
  • 9/11 co-conspirators
  • Obama takes office
  • A multimedia journalist's viewpoint / by Muna Shikaki
  • 9/11 trial : the second time around
  • Al Nashiri
  • Majid Khan and the four-hour sit-in
  • From the outside in : sketchbook and photos
  • Afterword / Karen J. Greenberg
Law Library (Crown)
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20 leaves : colored illustrations ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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xiv, 195 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction. The making of the vigilante viewer
  • Execution broadsides
  • Slave notices
  • Pinkerton posters
  • The FBI's most wanted
  • America's most wanted
  • Conclusion. The vigilante viewer rides again.
Assembling a rich archive of images and texts from the eighteenth century to the present, Rachel Hall offers a history of the 'wanted' poster, examining its uses, patterns of circulation, and formal development as an iconic print genre. Her narrative covers a wide range of images: execution broadsides, runaway slave notices, private detective posters, FBI posters, artists' approximations, and the depiction of key figures in the 'war on terror'. Hall's cultural analysis has profound implications for our understanding of contemporary American fantasies of vulnerability, projection of enemies around the world, and adoption of security measures in domestic and foreign policy. "Wanted" will appeal not only to students and scholars in literary studies, cultural studies, and art history but also to readers more generally interested in society's outlaws and in the test of wills between law enforcement and criminal evasion.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813928562 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
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62 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
72 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 32 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. ; 23 cm.
Innocent, Your Honor delivers colorful characters and twisted tales from "Lawyer of Arabia" to aspiring attorneys ("I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die. After that, law school was pretty much a given."), and from a mythical past (the contract Hercules signed to be unchained: "...she gets the house, the chariot, and custody of the kids. You get to keep the lion skin."), to a terrifying future (in which "everyone will be an attorney for fifteen minutes.") Shanahan's new book featuring 125 catoons on lawyers and legal matters is the perfect gift for anyone involved in the legal profession or with an upcoming day in court.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810959026 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
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197 p. : chiefly ill. ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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128 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 32 cm.
Contains 100 caricatures of English lawyers and judges, drawn between 1873 and 1909 by Leslie Ward for Vanity Fair magazine, and accompanied by brief biographical sketches.
Law Library (Crown)
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ix, 229 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
  • Part 1 A cross-cultural portrait: essay - chameleons and spam sushi-- iconography-- typography symbolism-- split imagery-- ideography. Part 2 A cross-cultural anthology: focusing on the work of 39 companies or individuals including - Saul Bass, Cato Design, Seymour Chwast, the Duffy Design Group, Milton Glaser, International Herald Tribune, Eiko Ishioka, James Miho, Helmut Schmid, Wang Min, Wei Yew, Maxim Zhukov. Appendix 1: when visisting a foreign country. Appendix 2: contributor directory.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780500974230 20160527
"Business is global; people are different; communication means survival" - Henry Steiner. The credo of Hong Kong-based designer Henry Steiner articulates the international character of the visual communications business. Thriving on an interplay of ideas from culture to culture, country to country, some of the most dynamic work today is produced by companies for cultures outside their own. This book examines the challenges and rewards experienced by communications professionals in working beyond the constraints of their own culture. Examples by some of the world's most successful graphic designers and advertising agencies are shown in colour along with their creator's insights and solutions. Among the international contributors are Saul Bass, Ken Cato, Alan Fletcher, Milton Glaser, Eiko Ishioka, Tibor Kalman and Clement Mok. Henry Steiner is director of the Hong Kong company Graphic Communication Ltd. His work has had a major impact on design in the Pacific and has recieved worldwide recognition. This book provides an overview and visual portrait of his work in an introductory essay which establishes the framework for the exploration.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780500974230 20160527
Law Library (Crown)
Book
86 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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147 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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126 p. : col. ports. ; 34 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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224 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Ida Libby Dengrove adds her own personal reflections to some of her courtroom sketches in a unique and fascinating commentary on some of the most famous trials and criminals from 1972 to 1987, when she was chief court illustrator for NBC. 44 black-and-white illustrations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780688087067 20160527
Law Library (Crown)
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xviii, 216 p. : chiefly ill. ; 32 cm.
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1 v. ; 22 x 28 cm.
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