TSA Bookshelf

23 July 2011

  • Lyon_Architecture_Urbaine_01
  • Lyon_Architecture_Urbaine_02
  • Lyon_Architecture_Urbaine_04
  • Lyon_Architecture_Urbaine_12
  • Kieler_Woche_01
  • Kieler_Woche_02
  • Kieler_Woche_06
  • Kieler_Woche_07
  • Unit_Editions_01_03
  • Unit_Editions_01_05
  • Unit_Editions_01_06
  • Unit_Editions_01_08
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We’ve been hard at work stocking the TSA Bookshelf. There are lots of new titles in there from independently published zines to top selling design books. We’ll be adding new books often along with some sorting functionality, as the resource grows.

Thanks to everyone who has contributed. For details on how to add yours, click here.

Abby Hambleton

14 July 2011

Abby Hambleton is a recent grad from the Manchester School of Art with a first class honors in Design and Art Direction. Thanks for the email.

Forest

28 June 2011

Brooklyn based Joel Speasmaker.

Fabio Ongarato Design

31 May 2011

Fabio Ongarato Design out of Richmond, Australia.

Holger Huber

15 April 2011

Holger Huber from Berlin launches his new site.

FiZZZ BZZZZ!

14 April 2011

FiZZZ BZZZZ! is a Paris and Berlin based studio working in the field of book publishing, printed matters and industrial arts. Thanks for the email.

For her final project at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, Germany, Maria Fischer created Traumgedanken.

The book “Traumgedanken” (“Thoughts on dreams”) contains a collection of literary, philosophical, psychological and scientifical texts which provide an insight into different dream theories.

To ease the access to the elusive topic, the book is designed as a model of a dream about dreaming. Analogue to a dream, where pieces of reality are assembled to build a story, it brings different text excerpts together. They are connected by threads which tie in with certain key words. The threads visualise the confusion and fragileness of dreams.

Lukas Muellner

04 April 2011

Lukas Muellner from Austria updates. Thanks for the email.

A is a name

28 March 2011

Previously posted Atelier Aquarium, have changed their name to A is a name (Simon Renaud & Jérémie Nuel from Paris), and have updated their site with some fantastic new work.

Éditions 205

25 February 2011

Stumbled on this very cool publisher/font bureau (of sorts) from France, called Éditions 205. It took some effort to dissect who’s behind this, but after a little digging around sources point to Damien Gautier and likely a few other writers/designers. The books they create are beautiful; keep an eye out for one or two being added to our Bookshelf.