Milton Glaser’s posters—more than 450 since 1965—combine conceptual rigor and originality with a mastery of visual language and a high level of artistic expression. Some, like his 1967 Bob Dylan poster for Columbia Records, are icons; others, like his series celebrating “I Love New York,” evoke his best-known work. MILTON GLASER POSTERS includes them all, with Glaser’s own commentary describing his thought process and inspiration. The book is a delight for the art lover, an education in visual expression, and an entertaining journey through the cultural life of half a century, all rolled into a single compact, intense volume.
While the other works in the «Erlebnis Wissenschaft» series have concentrated on chemical substances in everyday life, this book brings to life a passionately debated physical phenomenon that has equally become an integral part of our lives – so-called electrosmog. The term itself is misleading from the start, such that an objective scientific treatment is urgently needed. The author is one of Europe's leading experts in the field.
Showcasing the most influential designs and designers from 1900 to the present, this outstanding collection illustrates how the best ideas perpetuate themselves over time, one great concept inspiring the next. More than one hundred seminal images - one from each year - are shown alongside the works that preceded their creation and the designs that were inspired or evolved from them. Examples include work from both famous and anonymous graphic artists - from Toulouse-Lautrec and Milton Glaser to Peter Saville and Michel Gondry - visually juxtaposing each example to reveal a theme or artistic device. Формат: 23 см x 30,5 см.
As an attempt to expose the functionality of academic research in management conducted in Divine Word College of Calapan, this research would explore the elements that have contributed to the utilization or non-utilization (in the context of this paper, the term functionality is used) of academic research in management namely relevance viewed from the lens of timeliness and the recipients’ needs in relation to policy or program concerns (Averch, 1975); communication by result dissemination (Glaser & Taylor, 1973); credibility in terms of comparison with research outputs and the quality of paper itself (Lincoln & Guba, 1985); and applicability in terms of transferability and fittingness (Merriam, 1998).
Written in a clear and understandable manner, this book provides a comprehensive, yet non-mathematical, treatment of the topic, covering the basic principles of symmetry and the important spectroscopic techniques used to probe molecular structure. The chapters are extensively illustrated and deal with such topics as symmetry elements, operations and descriptors, symmetry guidelines, high-fidelity pseudosymmetry, crystallographic symmetry, molecular gears, and experimental techniques, including X-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy. As an additional feature, 3D animations of most of the structures and molecules covered are available online at wiley.com. As a result, chemists learn how to understand and predict molecular structures and reactivity. Authored by a renowned expert with numerous publications and an excellent track record in research and teaching, this is a useful source for graduate students and researchers working in the field of organic synthesis, physical chemistry, biochemistry, and crystallography, while equally serving as supplementary reading for courses on stereochemistry, organic synthesis, or crystallography.
At War with War visualizes humanity's 5,000-year-long state of conflict, chaos, and violence on a continuous timeline. Seventy pages of stark black-and-white pen-and-ink drawings and woodcuts illustrate history's most notorious battles -- from 3300 BCE to the present day. Interspersed are contemplations on war from historic thinkers, including excerpts from "The Art of War" by Sun Tsu, "The Complaint of Peace" by Desiderius Erasmus, and "The State" by Randolph Bourne. Searing and sardonic, balancing anger and despair with wit and humanity, these raw illustrations follow in the tradition of great social satirists such as Honore Daumier, Frans Masereel, Felix Vallotton, and Otto Dix. Seymour Chwast is a design legend. As co-founder with Milton Glaser of Push Pin Studios, he led a revolution in graphic design in the 1960s and '70s, producing bold, vibrant work that pushed the limits of nearly every visual medium.Now, he turns his pen and sketchpad toward creating a new book on a subject that has been a personal obsession for nearly six decades: the fight against war, humankind's never-ending scourge.
The author examines if creativity concepts from Organization Studies are embedded in artistically-creative practice of music production in the genre rock music. Based upon ideas of postmodern thought, rock music is approached as a social practice of cultural production. The analysis is conducted as a qualitative in-depth case study on the rock group Queen. Empirical data is constructed by doing a ‘library study’ in Glaser/Strauss’s (1967/2010) sense, thus making use of all available text and audio-visual material about the band and its members since the 1970s. The author argues that Queen’s practices of cultural production organise Queen’s artistic creativity by giving form to Queen’s relations to self and others. By questioning her practice of researching artistic creativity, the author argues reflexivity to be an essential and natural element in any research. Thus, scientific projects already contain some form of reflexivity in the phase of study design and this reflexivity proceeds throughout the whole process of any research.
The purpose of this grounded theory study was to examine the process by which people with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) access information on the web. In 2007, the Centers for Disease Control estimated 3.8 million new MTBIs annually in the U.S. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 for accessible web development offer few that support the needs of users with cognitive disability, including MTBI and stroke. As WCAG progresses to 2.0 and beyond, this may change. In this study, nine MTBI survivors were interviewed and observed as they visited websites. Both the Glaser and Strauss and Strauss and Corbin models guided data analysis. The role of the user’s emotions, such as frustration or pleasure, to create a pleasing or dissatisfying experience, was a common theme from both models. The final visual matrix illustrates three stages during which the user accesses and processes information. User emotions and other elements inform success, or lack thereof, of the user choosing to remain on a page, move forward to a new page, or exit the site altogether. Implications are great for online education, industry, social networking, and other entities of interest to MTBI survivor.
At first called "Dylan's God-Awful Gospel" by his most loyal fans. Bob Dylan's Jesus Years are today regarded as among the best of his career. How did a Jewish folk singer from the Midwest come to Jesus? Finally, here is an insider's view of Bob Dylan's "Born Again" transformation, and its effect on his life and music. In late 1978, Bob Dylan fell into the Arms of the Lord through the Vineyard Christian Fellowship Church. In his first-ever interview, Dylan's Bible class teacher. Pastor Bill Dwyer, details Bob Dylan's embrace of Jesus Christ and Christianity. Dylan then made three Gospel albums,' winning a Grammy for Gofra Serve Somebody. However, Dylan's radical new direction alienated fans and enraged critics as he preached apocalyptic messages from the Book of Revelation. Director Joel Gilbert weaves the intimate story Inside Bob Dylan's Jesus Years through revealing interviews, including legendary Slow Train Coming producer Jerry Wexler, background singer Regina McCrary, keyboardist Spooner Oldham, iconic San Francisco Chronicle rock reporter Joel Selvin, award-winning songwriter Al Kasha, Jews for Jesus pioneer Mitch Glaser, and Dylanologist AJ Weberman. Included are rare photos and exclusive live concert footage from 1978-1981, while Bob Dylan himself explains the impact of Jesus on his art and soul in a recently unearthed interview from 1981. Visits to the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, the Vineyard Church, and the Fox Warfield Theatre all take us deep Inside Bob Dylan's JesusYears.