Gingko Press (120)

Punk Is Dead Punk Is Everything

ISBN: 9783943330625

Author: Bryan Ray Turcotte    Publisher: Gingko Press

Back by popular demand in a new paperback edition, Punk is Dead exposes the lasting impact of punk on visual culture worldwide. Hundreds of flyers, photos, set ...


Back by popular demand in a new paperback edition, Punk is Dead exposes the lasting impact of punk on visual culture worldwide. Hundreds of flyers, photos, set lists, vintage fashions and other ephemera from all of your favorite bands are jammed into this menacing volume. Punk is Dead is massive, featuring a wide spectrum of bands that initially ignited the scene, and later fueled its global expansion. Contributing writers such as Wayne Kramer, Arturo Vega, Kid Congo, David Yow, Annie Anxiety, Duane Peters, Marc McCoy, Tony Alva, Don Bolles, Trudie and Pat Smear flesh out the visual assault. It also features hard hitting interviews with Ian Mackaye, one of the most respected voices of the DIY music underground, and Malcolm McLaren, likely the most impactful promoter of the early punk movement.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 288


Dimensions: 235 x 290 mm


Publication Date: 27-08-2020


$100.00
DUE > 30th Oct 2020
Plant Kingdom

ISBN: 9789881383440

Publisher: Gingko Press

Plants are age-old symbols of vitality, health and wholesomeness. Untamed Graphics – Plant Kingdom taps into the power of this symbolism by presenting iconic ...


Plants are age-old symbols of vitality, health and wholesomeness. Untamed Graphics – Plant Kingdom taps into the power of this symbolism by presenting iconic botanical forms as seen in the best contemporary design. The featured projects involve plant forms as used in branding campaigns, packaging, advertising, in-store displays and marketing collateral, to name only a few examples. The diversity and universality of plant-inspired designs are represented by inspired work from designers and firms such as Aridna Vilalta Creative, Bel Epok, Big Fish, T sushima Design, Leta Sobieraiski, AMKK and Str.mme Throndsen Design, from all corners of the globe. For artists and designers seeking inspiration, the verdant colors and organic forms from the Plant Kingdom, this untamed collection is a great place to draw inspiration.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 256


Dimensions: 217 x 280 mm


Publication Date: 01-05-2015


$79.99
Mix & Match - Exploring Creative Collage

ISBN: 9781584236924

Publisher: Gingko Press

Escape into an innovative world of contemporary photomontage art with Mix and Match: Exploring Creative Collage Art. Featuring selected works from over 30 leadi...


Escape into an innovative world of contemporary photomontage art with Mix and Match: Exploring Creative Collage Art. Featuring selected works from over 30 leading artists in the field, including Lola Dupre, Boris Peianov, Kris Tate, Eugenia Loli, Helena Pinillos, Jesse Treece, and Ashkan Honarvar, Mix and Match showcases projects ranging from artistic pieces and editorial design to book covers and inspired advertising. The pieces within experiment with landscapes, abstract shapes, and the human form; sometimes surreal, sometimes unsettling, and sometimes humorous, they all represent the best of new collage work, revealing how creatives are re-thinking printed and digital media to encourage viewers to re-imagine their own worlds.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 350


Dimensions: 215 x 295 x 26 mm


Publication Date: 01-01-2018


$100.00
Amazing Layout Design

ISBN: 9781908175496

Publisher: Gingko Press

The role of layout design is simply stated. It operates with design elements such as font, color and graphs to deliver visual aesthetic presentation without com...


The role of layout design is simply stated. It operates with design elements such as font, color and graphs to deliver visual aesthetic presentation without comprising proper content layout. Layout design in the information age has demonstrated more and more diversified forms and features based on traditional aesthetic principles. The design work showcased in Amazing Layout Design, organized in accordance with different graphic mediums such as albums, publications, commercial brochures, flyers, posters, advertisements, newspaper and periodicals, embodies amazing layout designs devised by outstanding design teams from across the globe. The audacious and original tactics employed throughout mirror the latest design trends and fashions. They will certainly bring readers the most abundant and innovative inspiration. Then it is up to your own originality.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 256


Dimensions: 217 x 286 mm


Publication Date: 01-05-2015


$79.99
Behind The Album

ISBN: 9783943330533

Publisher: Gingko Press

While the golden age of records may never be recreated, the importance of album art has never diminished. Capturing a musician's talent visually is an essential...


While the golden age of records may never be recreated, the importance of album art has never diminished. Capturing a musician's talent visually is an essential part of their branding success. Behind the Album features 18 designers and their process for creating covers, posters, lyric books, and all the packaging essentials for top musicians. Each designer discusses their sources of inspiration, their interaction with the musicians and producers, and how their own love of music influenced their art.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 190 x 250 mm


Publication Date: 20-06-2020


$100.00
Skin & Ink

ISBN: 9781584236887

Publisher: Gingko Press

Traditional tattoo art is rapidly changing, moving away from time worn or played out motifs and instead experimenting with new styles, motifs and subject matter...


Traditional tattoo art is rapidly changing, moving away from time worn or played out motifs and instead experimenting with new styles, motifs and subject matter. Driven both by the artists themselves and their clients needs, the work is original and surprising, running the gamut from fine line illustration and pointillism to blackout tattoos that take the place of clothing. The themes vary from personal mantras or interests to meaningful portraits and memorials. Others are simply fantastic art, whether wholly created by the tattooist or as homage to a favorite artist. Combining pages of beautiful tattoos on skin, flash art and stories from the artists to create a snapshot of the evolution of a new iconography, Skin & Ink delivers.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 256


Dimensions: 210 x 285 mm


Publication Date: 01-04-2018


$89.99
Flipping Pages

ISBN: 9781584236795

Publisher: Gingko Press

Exploring layout design from the inside out, Flipping Pages offers an insightful look at what makes book design really sing. This useful book opens with its mos...


Exploring layout design from the inside out, Flipping Pages offers an insightful look at what makes book design really sing. This useful book opens with its most practical chapter - Laid Out for all to See. Herein, the elements of an optimal layout design; from symmetry to composition, the use grids and paragraph rules, and best practices for production ready files are explained in great detail. The book then moves on to provide ample material designers can draw on for inspiration. These showcase sections of top-notch layout examples are offered both with and without overlaying grid systems. Finally, the book offers a glossary of terms followed by binding, folding and paper size resources.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 320


Dimensions: 210 x 340 mm


Publication Date: 01-01-2018


$110.00
Sketch City

ISBN: 9781584235927

Publisher: Gingko Press

Tips and Inspiration for Drawing on Location is the perfect companion for any creative traveler, urban explorer, or budding artist. 50 artists scattered around ...


Tips and Inspiration for Drawing on Location is the perfect companion for any creative traveler, urban explorer, or budding artist. 50 artists scattered around the globe have been brought together to share tips about their favorite urban settings, including locations in South America, Europe, Canada, Asia, and beyond. Citified sketchers will be guided through techniques for capturing frenetic street scenes as well as the rare moments of peace found in metropolitan centers with the aid of sections that include basic sketching knowledge, architecture and landscape sketching, common tools and materials, and FAQs about landscape sketching. In addition to this practical knowledge, artists’ profiles featuring samples of their work, descriptions of their methods, advice on composition and proper material use, and philosophical views on the art of urban sketching provide ample encouragement to inspire any artist to take to the streets.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 210 x 280 mm


Publication Date: 15-04-2015


$59.99
The Art of the Sketchbook

ISBN: 9781584237037

Publisher: Gingko Press

For every commercial work released by an artist, countless doodles and sketches remain in sketchbooks, unseen by all but a select few. It is a rare treat to see...


For every commercial work released by an artist, countless doodles and sketches remain in sketchbooks, unseen by all but a select few. It is a rare treat to see an artist’s looser, more playful experiments. These early drafts and creative diversions can reveal new facets of the artist’s process, and often constitute a body of work just as valuable as what the artist deems worthy of the public eye. The Art of the Sketchbook cracks opens the covers of more than thirty private sketchbooks and reveals the personal work of artists in their leisure. Travel diaries, life studies, and wildly imaginative cartoons are just a few of the styles represented here, and the materials and subjects are just as varied. Double-page presentations show the sketchbooks in their raw form, and artist interviews provide both context for the images and glimpses into the role sketching plays in each artist’s larger body of work.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 240


Dimensions: 260 x 210 mm


Publication Date: 02-07-2018


$79.99
The Swimmers

ISBN: 9781584237167

Author: Ms Bianchi    Publisher: Gingko Press

In the later part of his life, wheelchair-bound and unable to fully take care of himself, Henri Matisse began to experiment with collage and paper cutouts as a ...


In the later part of his life, wheelchair-bound and unable to fully take care of himself, Henri Matisse began to experiment with collage and paper cutouts as a way of continuing to make art. Sometimes representational and sometimes abstract, his bold, simple shapes became iconic of his style, and his collages remain some of his best-loved work. In Ana Bianchi’s latest children’s book – part biographical vignette, part activity guide – kids will read first of Matisse’s life and the circumstances that led to his paper cut-outs, then get a step-by-step guide to creating their own Matisse-style collages. Bianchi’s versatile illustrations capture the fierce color and compositional nuances of Matisse’s work, and her simple, engaging text teaches useful art terms like composition, palette, crop and sketch while outlining the artist’s methods in a way that’s sure to inspire young artists to create their own collage masterpieces.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 32


Dimensions: 178 x 242 mm


Publication Date: 01-10-2018


$34.00
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